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Former Global Medical Director, ExxonMobil Corporation
Clarion E. Johnson is the former global medical director of the Medicine and Occupational Health Department for ExxonMobil Corporation. The department delivers services to more than 88,000 ExxonMobil and affiliate employees worldwide. In addition to traditional work-related health services, the department delivers travel medicine to the many ExxonMobil employees who are engaged in exploration and production in a number of challenging environments in Africa, the CIS, China, and Southeast Asia. Dr. Johnson is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiology, and occupational medicine. He did his undergraduate work at Sarah Lawrence College and studied medicine at the Yale University School of Medicine. He has published numerous articles in various fields and is the 2012 recipient of the Society of Petroleum Engineers’ Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility Award.
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