About WarDocs

WarDocs was created by 3 Army surgeons at various stages of our careers.  We've all had many unique experiences as military physicians and our paths have crossed with many medical heroes with great stories to tell. WarDocs will introduce you these remarkable current and former military physicians from all branches and different specialties to regale with you with insights and stories .  If you like a good war story and/or a good medical story, WarDocs has you covered!

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Doug is a Urologist who retired from the Army in JUN 21 after 38 years in uniform (30 on Active Duty). He attended Wheaton College and then graduated from Northwestern University Medical School  He completed urology training at Madigan AMC and an Endourology Fellowship at EVMS.  He has deployed twice and has held various titles in his career including Commander, Program Director, Surgeon in Chief, and Army Urology Consultant to the Army Surgeon General.  He's been married for 31 years and has 4 adult children that are out of the house and nearly all off the college payroll.  He is new to podcasting and enjoys the outdoors, his 2 rescue dogs,  roasting coffee, and trying to injure himself on a mountain bike.  He is also new to retirement and trying to figure out the local Early Bird Specials and advanced Pickleball strategy. 

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Kevin is a vascular surgeon at Brooke Army Medical Center. He started two popular surgical podcasts; Behind The Knife - The Surgery Podcast, and Audible Bleeding - The Vascular Surgery Podcast.  He is an avid podcast listener, endurance sport enthusiast, and father. He went to the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, for his undergraduate degree and Tulane for his MD and MPH. He completed his general surgery residency training at Madigan AMC and his vascular fellowship at a combined program between Cornell and Columbia in New York City.  

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Wayne is a vascular surgeon at Brooke Army Medical Center.  He is the current Army consultant for vascular surgery. In addition to being a father of four, he enjoys playing the piano and mentoring the youth at his church.  He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY and completed his medical school at the Medical College of Georgia.  He finished his general surgery residency at Madigan and his fellowship in vascular surgery at the University of California at San Francisco.