Scott Giberson, RPh, MPH, D.Sc., President of AMI

Scott Giberson, RPh, MPH, D.Sc. | President

Rear Admiral (retired) Scott Giberson came to AMI as a uniquely experienced public health leader. He retired as an Assistant U.S. Surgeon General and two-star admiral with the U.S. Public Health Service. He is well versed in the delivery of healthcare solutions in under-resourced and vulnerable populations and has successfully led organizations through global and domestic health crises. At AMI, he continues as part of the executive team to help lead strategy, culture, and global client relations.

Prior to AMI, RADM (ret.) Giberson held executive positions as the acting Deputy U.S. Surgeon General, Director of Commissioned Corps Headquarters, Director of the Indian Health Service (IHS) National HIV/AIDS Program, and Senior Public Health Advisor for Pacific Command’s Center of Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance. He also served as overall Commander of the Commissioned Corps’ Ebola Response in West Africa. RADM (ret.) Giberson held dual licensure as a pharmacist and clinician, providing care in the pharmacy and as an IHS mid-level provider in family medicine.

He is a graduate of Temple and U. of Massachusetts/Amherst, holds a BSPharm, MPH, and graduate certificate in Health Emergencies in Large Populations. He has received three honorary Doctoral degrees and is a Wharton School Executive Leadership Program Fellow.

RADM (ret) Giberson has received numerous awards including USAID’s Humanitarian Group Award. In 2015, he received the Presidential Unit Citation from President Obama in the Oval Office. In 2018, the Military Officers Association of America selected him as one of the “Top 100 Veterans in the Last 100 Years You Need to Know”


The AMI Vaccination program is adaptable, flexible, scalable and can be quickly implemented across large geographic areas. Given our service to states, sovereign governments, the private sector and international organizations AMI is arguably the globe’s leading private sector provider of comprehensive vaccine efforts. AMI has a modular approach to vaccination clinic set up consisting of community-based, drive-thru and mobile clinics.

  • Independent or embedded staff to deliver testing and vaccinations as desired
  • Robust documentation and reporting
  • Complete procurement, cold chain transport and compliance solutions

Surgical Services

AMI has the capability to provide a range of surgical services in mobile facilities or using existing infrastructure. Surgical specialty services are available but the focus is Damage Control Surgery (DCS) and Damage Control Resuscitation (DCR).

  • Forward Surgical Teams: independent fixed facility or mobile emergency surgical units to save life, limb, and eyesight
  • Surgical teams to augment existing capabilities and support or relieve the existing surgical workforce
  • Mass casualty support

Refugee Health Services

AMI is dedicated to addressing the full-spectrum of healthcare needs for displaced people by augmenting the existing healthcare workforce or independently providing:

  • Infectious Disease Screenings, including COVID-19, HIV and TB
  • Mental Health Wellness and Counseling
  • Vaccination updates as well as per host country requirements
  • Preventative Care 
  • Medical examinations, including tracking and monitoring physical health
  • Medical History Review
  • Lab Services as well as augmenting existing on-site lab skills & equipment

Emergency Medical Services

AMI provides medical solutions and services to some of the most remote and challenging environments in the world. To date, the company has delivered healthcare solutions to over 140 clinical settings on 5 continents involving in excess of 10,000 providers.

  • Comprehensive solutions involving governance, personnel, facilities and supplies based on desired healthcare outcomes
  • First responder systems and fully staffed ambulance services
  • Aeromedical evacuation via AMI’s own fleet or established network
  • AMI has provided medical support in conflict areas by delivering 3 trauma and maternity hospitals in an area of heightened conflict