Robert ( Bob) Williams Carr MD, MPH, FACPM
Robert Carr, MD, MPH, FACPM is President–elect of the American College of Preventive Medicine, retired Corporate Medical Director with GSK, and runs a family foundation focused on population health. Dr. Carr is also Associate Professor at Georgetown University's newly established Executive Master’s program in Health Systems Administration.
Dr. Carr was most recently the Senior Vice President & Corporate Medical Director at GlaxoSmithKline and retired in 2014 after a career spanning 25 years. At GSK he provided strategic direction and leadership in all areas of employee health and performance, heading a global professional team covering 24 international sites. His primary focus was to advance the health and sustainable performance of a workforce of over 100,000 employees who generated annual revenues of almost $40 billion in 2013. Prior to GSK Bob worked in the US Air Force in the Surgeon General Office of Disease Surveillance & Health Promotion.
Dr. Carr received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Miami School of Medicine and his Masters of Public Health and Preventive Medicine Residency from The John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Hygiene & Public Health.
Dr. Carr chairs the Occupational Residency Advisory Committee at the University of Pennsylvania, is on the Health Advisory Board at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Dean’s Advisory Board at the Drexel School of Public Health.