Commander Andrew Baldwin, M.D., board-certified in Family Medicine, is a U.S. Navy physician, humanitarian, media-personality, 9-time Ironman finisher, marathoner, and triathlete. Baldwin earned a Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, from Duke University, his M.D. from UCSF, and will earn a Masters in Global Health from Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Baldwin currently serves as Family Medicine Staff and Faculty at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in the Washington, D.C. area. He previously completed a deployment on the Amphibious Assault Ship, USS Makin Island as Senior Medical Officer. Prior to this leadership position, Baldwin served as a spokesperson for Navy medicine at the Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery in Washington, D.C. where he assisted the U.S. Surgeon General with Healthy-Youth-for-a-Healthy-Future. Baldwin is an advocate for the First Lady’s Let's Move Campaign and serves as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for Nutrisystem, helping Americans lose weight and live healthier lifestyles.