Media AppearancesAs a trained medical correspondent, I’ve acted as a resource for many local and national media outlets. Check out my past appearances here—you might just gain a new perspective.
I love finding new ways to increase healthcare knowledge and agency, and my businesses do just that. Thinking on my feet and performing under pressure have lent well to my entrepreneurial initiatives, as I’ve been involved in all aspects of executing the business model and marketing plan for each of my seven companies.
There is never a dull moment in the ER. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into treating COVID patients, creating new protocols, and staying safe on the job.
Practicing good health is a lifestyle. I loved covering the latest healthcare trends and tips for keeping you and your family healthy and whole. These articles share perspectives on how to improve the quality, access, and cost of healthcare in the United States.
Learn more about my time at war. My 15-month deployment was one of the longest front line combat tours by a physician since World War II.
The gunman had begun his rampage near Midland, Texas – opening fire through the rear window of his car. He then sped toward Odessa, firing randomly at vehicles in over 20 different locations. I was called in to help manage the moment, doing countless live shots from the crisis center ‘war room’ while simultaneously overseeing the city’s crisis response as the medical director of the City of Odessa.
My vision is to use my battlefield tested experience to increase access, improve quality and educate families who are fighting for their health. My mission is to teach American families how to keep their inner army strong.
My goal is to use my experience to help you lead a healthier life.
Ten people were killed when a state prison transport skidded on an icy patch on Interstate 20, veered down an embankment and struck a moving Union Pacific train. Providing medical support involved adapting to this chaos and crisis situation, and still keep our cool.
My experiences taught me one of the most important lessons of my life: how to gracefully face the extreme and the unprecedented-events that no textbook, checklist, or protocol could ever fully prepare you for. In these circumstances, I refined my ability to motivate teams and manage crises. I have reached millions of audience members with a message that helps people not just survive, but thrive under pressure.
A veterans parade float carrying 26 injured veterans and their spouses, was hit by an incoming train on Nov. 15 in Midland, Texas. Providing front-line medical support for this incident involved reacting quickly, setting clear priorities, and making tough decisions.
My last episode of Untold Stories of the ER aired on Discovery Health Channel and TLC. View Season 14, Episode 2 on iTunes and get a behind-the-scenes look at my wildest ER moments.
Veterans wrote a blank check on their lives when they went to war and risked not coming home to their families. The least we can do in return is help our fellow veteran with any financial burdens they may have upon return from combat. This is why I founded www.TheBattleContinues.org where 100% of your donations go directly to injured veterans.