A Physician’s Experience In Front-Line Field Hospital In Libya To Help In Future Humanitarian Emergencies

Wednesday, Aug. 1st 2012 9:17 AM

Adam Levine, M.D., an emergency medicine physician with Rhode Island Hospital and a volunteer physician with International Medical Corps, was deployed to a field hospital near Misurata, Libya, during the conflict there. He and his colleagues cared for over 1,300 patients from both sides of the conflict between June and August 2011.

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