LIEUTENANT COLONEL Timothy G. O’Haver
LTC Timothy G. O’Haver reported to his first unit at Fort Carson in
May 1992, after receiving his commission through ROTC at Texas State
His first five years in the Army were spent at Fort Carson,
Colorado. He was first assigned to
2-12 Infantry Battalion where
he served as the Medical Platoon Leader.
He was then assigned to Evans Army Community Hospital where
he served first as the Adjutant then as the MEDDAC Company
completion of Company Command, he was then assigned to Fort Sam
Houston, Texas where he served as OIC, Combat Casualty Care Course,
S-3/HHD Commander, 232nd Medical Battalion and then MEDCOM Staff
Officer within the TRICARE Division. While assigned to Fort Sam
Houston then CPT O’Haver deployed with a Combined Arms Assessment
Team to Bosnia is support of Operation Joint Endeavor.
Following his assignment to Fort Sam Houston, he was transferred to
Walter Reed Army Medical Center where he served as the
Administrator, Department of Surgery and then Secretary of the
General Staff and Executive Officer to the Commander, North Atlantic
Regional Medical Command. Additional assignments include Chief,
Business Operations, Colorado Springs Multi-Service Market and
Chief, Clinical Operations Division Evans Army Community Hospital.
Before arriving at Evans Army Community Hospital, LTC O’Haver served
as the Deputy Commander for Administration at Raymond W. Bliss Army
Health Clinic at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.
His education includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare
Administration from Texas State University, the AMEDD Officer’s
Basic Course, AMEDD Officer’s Advanced Course, a Master’s in
Healthcare Administration from Baylor University, and the Command
and General Staff College.
His awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal,
Army Commendation Medal, and the Army Achievement Medal. LTC O’Haver
is a recipient of the Expert Field Medical Badge, Parachutist Badge
and Air Assault Badge. He is a Board Certified Healthcare Executive
and a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.