Army Physician Who Treated Captured Saddam Hussein Discusses Leadership and Service, Oct. 19

October 03, 2011 Dr. Sudip Bose

Dr. Sudip Bose, the physician who treated Saddam Hussein after his capture in December 2003, will discuss “The Battle Continues: Lessons Learned in Combat and How to Apply Them to Everyday Life,” Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 5 p.m. in the Hariri Building’s Fisher Colloquium as part of the Georgetown McDonough School of Business Distinguished Leaders Series.

As a former U.S. Army major and member of a medical platoon at a forward base in Kadhimiya, Dr. Bose cared for wounded soldiers and Iraqi civilians and was the only board-certified physician in emergency medicine for 135,000 Americans. Dr. Bose also served in Baghdad, Najaf, and Fallujah, and earned the Bronze Star.

The son of Indian immigrants from Calcutta, Dr. Bose currently is an emergency medicine physician with a breadth of clinical experience, from the busiest urban emergency rooms in the nation to underserved community hospitals. He currently treats patients at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa, Texas, and serves as the medical director for Ector County and the City of Odessa. Dr. Bose was listed in the Consumers’ Research Council of America’s Guide to America’s Top Emergency Medicine Physicians.

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