Major General (Dr.) Telita Crosland: Medical Corps Leadership from the Korean Peninsula to the Pentagon and beyond
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Dr. Crosland is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician and serves as the Army Deputy Surgeon General and Chief of the Army Medical Corps


In this episode she describes the role of Army Deputy Surgeon General and what value military medicine brings to the warfighters both in support and strategy development.  She provides insights into how military medicine can build on the successes from previous conflicts to prepare for whatever the military will face in the future.  All the members of the military medical team are critical and making sure they are individually ready and can function effectively together as a large or small unit is a priority.  Learn how a little 5- year old girl from New York with a dream about becoming a doctor embarked on her journey to a storied career in Army Medicine.



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