Updated: Sep 4, 2022
COL Dr. Jeremy Pamplin is the Commander of the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research unit (TATRC). He is critical care trained internal medicine physician who has had two deployments to busy combat support hospitals in Ibn Sina Hospital in Baghdad and Camp Bastion in Helmand, Afghanistan. He has served as a critical care physician at Madigan hospital and in San Antonio at the US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Burn Center, and worked in intensive care units of Brooke Army Medical Center.
In this episode, Dr. Pamplin discusses how his career as an intensive care physician enabled him to identify the essential areas of critical care necessary for patient care delivery. He describes how this care delivery can significantly improve and augment care delivered on the battlefield from the point of injury through all levels and in the setting of rural medicine, both of which have resource-constrained environments. As the commander of the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research unit, he works to build teams and collaboration to expand the delivery of healthcare and support medical providers. He also describes the changes in the training paradigm necessary to fully develop medical providers who can unleash the potential of telemedicine and advanced technology.
Dr. Pamplin shares many insights and lessons learned over his distinguished career and provides some insight and sage advice for all listeners. You don’t want to miss this episode.
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