John Francis Eisold
He graduated from Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College and did his postgraduate training at the National Naval Medical Center Program specializing in general internal medicine and geriatric medicine.
Admiral Eisold and the Attending Physician's office played a central role in the 2001 anthrax attacks on Senator Tom Daschle's U.S. Senate office, taking nasal swabs from the nearly 6,000 staff, employees, and visitors that were potentially exposed to the harmful bacteria. Admiral Eisold and his staff also provided initial treatment to Senator Tim Johnson when he suffered from an intracerebral bleed caused by a cerebral arteriovenous malformation, prior to Johnson's admission to George Washington University Hospital.
- Eisold, John Francis. Maryland Board of Physicians Practitioner Profile System. Available by searching "Eisold" at: https://www.mbp.state.md.us/bpqapp/. Accessed on: December 19, 2006.
- Statement of Senator Tom Daschle, Congressional Record, October 25, 2001
- Statement of Admiral John Eisold regarding Senator Johnson
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