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Episode 061: Healthcare in the Line of Duty - Part 2

May 10, 2019

Dr. Missy Givens returns with host J. Baugh to continue her discussion on advancements in military medicine. Dr. Givens explores the latest innovative methods for prehospital care such as stabilizing, resuscitating, and treating pain in patients.


Show Notes

Don't miss the first part of our discussion with Dr. Missy Givens here. 

The contents of this Podcast are intended for educational/informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Policyholders are urged to consult with their personal attorney for legal advice, as specific legal requirements may vary from state to state and/or change over time. All names have been changed to protect privacy.

About our Guest

Dr. Missy Givens

Colonel Melissa (Missy) Givens MD, MPH earned her BS at the United States Military Academy, her MD at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and her MPH at the University of Texas. She is board certified in Emergency Medicine with subspecialty training in Clinical Toxicology and Sports Medicine and certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She has held various academic and operational assignments throughout her 30 year Army career and completed several combat tours and deployments with both conventional and Special Operations Forces. COL Givens is an Associate Professor in the Department of Military and Emergency Medicine at USUHS.

About our Host

J. Baugh is a Senior Claims Attorney for SVMIC. Mr. Baugh graduated from Lipscomb University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and from the Nashville School of Law with a J.D. degree. He is currently licensed to practice as a Certified Public Accountant and as an Attorney in the State of Tennessee. He has been a member of the Claims Department of SVMIC since 2000.

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