The Battle Continues was founded to promote healthy living and awareness of health care issues, as well as to support veterans. Our health is our most valuable possession, without which we cannot fight our everyday battles. Dr. Sudip Bose is frequently featured in television, radio and print media to share his expertise and experience for the purpose of promoting the mission of The Battle Continues. Use this page to stay educated and make better informed decisions about your health and that of your loved ones. Good luck with your battles and thank you for your support!
Dr. Sudip Bose, a well-known
Medical Correspondent, now serving as Medical Director for Midland Fire Department. Dr. Bose is an emergency medicine physician with a breadth of clinical experience, from the busiest urban emergency rooms in the nation to underserved community hospitals. Currently Dr. Bose treats patients at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa, Texas. This Medical Correspondent is an associate professor at University of Illinois College of Medicine and also holds faculty positions at Texas A&M, and University of Texas.
Motivated by duty and honor to his country, this medical correspondent, a former Major in the U.S. Army, served as military officer from 1995-2007. His 15 month tour on the front lines of Iraq marked one of the longest combat tours by a
medical correspondent since World War II.
The Medical Correspondent for News West 9
Dr. Sudip Bose is the well known medical correspondent for News West 9.
Dr. Bose, a war veteran speaker and medical correspondent, plays an
integral role in the reporting on health and medical news for Midland
Reporter, Talk Radio, CBS 7 and lots of other media houses. Sudip Bose
also contributes as a medical correspondent to Odessa American and
Health Radio. His military, emergency physician, and professorial
experience distinguish his reporting on a range of medical topics
disaster recovery, health care reform, fitness, military medicine, and
Correspondent from Iraq
Motivated by duty and honor to his country, Sudip, a former Major in the
U.S. Army, served as military officer and medical correspondent from
1995-2007. His 15 month tour on the front lines of Iraq marked him as a
very popular medical correspondent from Iraq. During his deployment Dr.
Bose cared for thousands of wounded soldiers and Iraqi civilians as well
reported regularly as a medical correspondent to CNN Heros. He provided
front line emergency care during the peak of insurgencies in Baghdad and
Najaf. In addition Dr. Bose was one of the only front line physicians
and medical correspondent in Fallujah during the U.S. seizure of the
city. Dr. Bose treated Saddam Hussein shortly after his capture.