Brooke Albright has the unique perspective of military and combat trauma medicine, having served four years in the Air Force as an Anesthesiologist and Critical Care Air Transport Physician. After graduating medical school from the University of Miami in Florida and completing her anesthesia residency at Yale University, she went on to serve our country in Germany at the only level 1 trauma hospital outside of the US. She deployed 3 times as a critical care physician, flying wounded soldiers out of Afghanistan to Germany and back to the US.
After her tour in Germany, Dr. Albright became Medical Director for the Department of Anesthesia at Langley Air Force Base, a busy practice that provides coverage for regional anesthesia, pediatric outpatient anesthesia, and a high volume labor and delivery service. Currently, she continues to serve military veterans as at the Hunter Homes McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center, where she developed and runs the Acute Pain Service.
In addition to her contributions in military medicine, Dr. Albright is committed to research and academics. She has authored over 16 chapters in more than 7 well-known anesthesia textbooks, developed 3 ongoing research protocols, and traveled across the globe presenting lectures on critical care air transport and acute pain management. Her breadth of experience and expertise enables her to examine on a wide range of Oral Board topics. She has been among our most highly rated examiners for her ability to clear communication, constructive criticism, and incisive, inspiring feedback.