From the first time a colleague allowed him to scrub in on a neurological surgery, Dr. Poffenbarger courageously served his country for 22 years in the United States Army, acting as the Chief of Neurosurgery at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, as well as Theatre Chief of Neurosurgery in Baghdad, Iraq.
Poffenbarger knew he wanted to become a neurosurgeon. Having earned his medical degree from Georgetown University Medical School in Washington, D. Poffenbarger then completed his Internship at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington and his Residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D. Along with many other military decorations, the United States of America awarded Dr.
The alcove's roof is about 50 feet (15 m) above the river, with the rock floor of the alcove at about 4 feet (1.2 m) above the river.
Poffenbarger feels he is “equally blessed from the equation.” “I’m just as benefitted because I’m lucky to be here. “On the east coast, I worked in a huge trauma patient center. Jeff Poffenbarger is the only neurosurgeon in the Big Horn Basin.He joined Bighorn Medical Center and began treating patients in August of 2014.Mummy Cave is a rock shelter and archeological site in Park County, Wyoming, United States, near the eastern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The site includes unusual amounts of perishable materials such as hide, feathers and wood, as well as the buried and mummified remains of an inhabitant, named by researchers "Mummy Joe," and dated to about AD 800. Routes 14/16/20, it was first studied in 1962 and excavated by the Buffalo Bill Historical Center.