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MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio emergency department physician has been commissioned into the Army reserves as a lieutenant colonel.
Dr. Mark Gebhart has been a physician for 21 years and hopes that his experience will help him care for wounded soldiers in the field, the Journal-News reported.
Gebhart, 53, was commissioned by U.S. Air Force Capt. Dr. Eric Mozeleski, a close friend, in an emergency department bay last week.
Gebhart will be assigned to the 311th Forward Resuscitative Surgical Team based in Sharonville.
Gebhart said entering the military after a career as a civilian will be challenging, but he has a desire to provide “superb” care to those injured serving their country.
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Gebhart is not the first in his family to serve, his son Johnathan enlisted several months ago and his son Jackson may enlist as well.
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