DOYLESTOWN, PA — The White House physician tasked with monitoring and giving updates on President Trump’s condition since he tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday was born and raised in Doylestown.
Conley graduated from Central Bucks High School East in 1998, a school district official confirmed Monday. In 2002, he went on to enlist in the ROTC at the University of Notre Dame. The Navy veteran then enrolled at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, obtaining his professional doctoral degree in 2006, according to healthgrades.com.
Conley was named acting White House physician in March 2018 and officially appointed to the position by President Trump three months later.
Since Trump tested positive Thursday, Conley and his team of physicians have monitored the president’s condition closely. Before being taken to Walter Reed Medical Center Friday, the president was given an experimental antibody cocktail developed by biotech company Regeneron.
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