Maj Gen Kimberly A. Siniscalchi was Assistant Air Force Surgeon General, Medical Force Development, and Assistant Air Force Surgeon General, Nursing Services, Office of the Surgeon General, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Falls Church, Virginia. As Assistant Air Force Surgeon General, Medical Force Development, she established new and appraises existing personnel policy and staffing requirements for over 44 thousand active-duty, officer, enlisted and civilian personnel. Her directorate was responsible for all medical education and training. As Assistant Air Force Surgeon General, Nursing Services, she created and evaluated nursing policies and programs for 19,000 active-duty, Guard and Reserve nursing personnel. She interacted with Air Staff, Joint Staff, DOD, VA and civilian healthcare organizations to ensure the highest caliber of nursing care and personnel.
General Siniscalchi received her commission in 1979 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at the University of Pittsburgh, Pa. Her leadership experience includes commanding eight consecutive years at squadron and group levels, and serving Presidents George H.W. Bush and William J. Clinton as the Air Force nurse assigned to the White House Medical Unit.