Sudip Bose, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
Areas of Expertise: Emergency Medicine, Wounded Warrior Rehabilitation, U.S. Veteran Health Care Issues
Emergency Room Physician
Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine
Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Texas, Division of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Texas A&M, College of Medicine
Board of Directors Consumer Advocate, American Occupational Therapy Association
Location: Odessa, TX
Currently, Bose treats patients at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa, Texas, and serves as the Medical Director of Ector County and the City of Odessa. He was listed in America’s Guide to Top Emergency Physicians for the last several years.
Bose is an associate professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and holds faculty positions at Texas A&M and the University of Texas.
Bose is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and a Fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. As part of his teaching endeavors, Bose founded several top-ranked medical education companies that educate medical providers at leading hospitals and universities across the nation on the health care needs of Americans. Bose earned the National Teaching Award and was selected by the American College of Emergency Physicians as one of the “Heroes of Emergency Medicine” of the last 40 years for his contributions in the field.
Bose is a former major in the U.S. Army, serving as a military officer from 1995 to 2007. His 15-month tour on the front lines of Iraq marked one of the longest combat tours by a physician since World War II. During his deployment, Bose cared for thousands of wounded soldiers and Iraqi civilians. He provided front line emergency care during the peak of insurgencies in Baghdad and Najaf. In addition, Bose was one of the only front line physicians in Fallujah during the U.S. seizure of the city, and he treated Saddam Hussein shortly after his capture. For his service, Bose received presidential recognition and earned several awards, including the Bronze Star, the Combat Medical Badge, and the Army Commendation Medal.
Bose is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.