TWO ARMY DOCTORS TO SPEAK AT EVANSVILLE WARTIME MUSEUM THIS SUNDAY! Husband and Wife Team Served Together in Desert Shield and War on Terror

Evansville – (NNDC) Area veterans, currently serving, or if your just interested in history and military this Sunday you have a chance to see the Evansville Wartime Museum and what sounds like a great program and its free and opened to the public.

Colonel Thomas R. Burklow, MD, US Army retired, a pediatric cardiologist with a career in Army medicine, now serving at the National Institutes of Health as the Medical Research Scholars program and Colonel Carolyn A. Sullivan Burklow, MD, US Army retired, a pediatric gastroenterologist with a career in Army medicine, now practicing at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.  Two career Army physicians begin a series of Evansville appearances with a Sunday afternoon program about their practice of medicine during their careers in the US Army, including serving in hot zones during Operation Desert Storm and the War on Terror.

The program, called One on One, will happen at Evansville Wartime Museum, located at 7503 Petersburg Road on Evansville Regional Airport grounds and accessed by turning east onto Petersburg Road from Highway 41.  The program is this  Sunday, October 13, at 1:30 p.m. Evansville time. The program will last approximately one hour. Doors open at Noon.   Admission is free and open to the public.

Enter the Museum’s parking area through the last gated driveway on the right side of Petersburg Road.

Dr. Thomas Burklow and Dr. Carolyn Sullivan Burklow are both highly regarded and decorated retired members of the US Army, with long careers of service in the United States and overseas. They are at Evansville Wartime Museum to share their experiences in battlefield medicine, as medical educators and as physicians contributing to the advancement of care for members of the armed services and US allies the world over.

For more information on the Evansville Wartime Museum visit them on Facebook or their website

CONTACTS Mark Browning, MD, US Navy retired, EWM director, 812-480-9178  and Stephen Witte, EWM director, 812-457-1297.

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