Dr. McGoff recently retired from his medical practice. He is a 1984 graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine and completed a residency in emergency medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. He returned to Indiana to begin practicing emergency medicine in 1987 at Community Hospitals of Indiana, where he served in a number of different roles, including Chairman of the Emergency Department and Quality Assurance Committee, as well as its Board of Directors.
Brig Gen McGoff retired after 34 years of service in the Indiana Air National Guard. In his last role as Assistant Adjutant General, he served on the Strategic Planning Steering Committee for the Air National Guard. He deployed to Iraq in 2008-2009 and served as the Chief of Emergency Services at the 332nd EMDG, Joint Base Balad, Iraq. He was the 181st Fighter Wing’s Medical Group Commander for many years and holds the aeronautical rating of Chief Flight Surgeon, where he has logged over 600 hours, including three combat sorties in many different military aircraft, including the F-4 and F-16 fighters. He is a graduate of the Air War College.
Three years ago, he was appointed by President Trump as a Commissioner to the American Battle Monument Commission overseeing all United States cemeteries and monuments around the world.
Dr. McGoff resides with his wife Karen in Indianapolis.
Civic Activities (Current and Past)
- President – Columbia Club Board of Directors
- Board of Directors – Volunteers of America
- Past President of the Indiana State Medical Association
- Past Board Member and Finance Chair of the Indiana Donor Network
- Appointed by Gov Daniels to the Indiana Medial Licensing Board 2012-16
- Elected Marion County Coroner and served from 1997-2004