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During yesterday’s Lunch-n-Learn presentation at Scenic Mountain Medical Center, Dr. Brian Nelson, Emergency Doctor, for the hospital, spoke to attendees about sepsis – what it is, and how to prevent it, and partnership with the community.

He also took time to talk about the new service lines that are being brought to the community. "We're doing some big things - expanding the E.R., peripheral vascular, wound care, interventional cardiologist. So we've got a lot big changes coming up," said Dr. Nelson.

Dr. Nelson specializes in Emergency Medicine. He has an undergraduate degree in Bio-Chemistry from University of North Texas, and earned a masters in Advanced Biology and Molecular Biology at Abilene Christian University. His training was completed at the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center, and Cook County Hospital in Chicago.

He’s been practicing Emergency Medicine for 12 years, and some of the other areas he’s practiced include Dallas, East Texas, San Angelo, St. Louis, Hendricks Medical Center in Abilene, and now full-time in Big Spring. Dr. Nelson stated that he had part-time at Scenic Mountain Medical Center for 2 years, and has been with them full time with them for a year.


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