- Board certified emergency physician
- Accomplished military physician and serves in the US Army Reserve where he is assigned to the 100th Training Division as the Medical Director
- As a military physician, he has served all over the globe including service in Korea, Kosovo and two tours of duty in Iraq
Dr. Dodson is an accomplished military physician and board certified emergency physician. He enlisted in the Army in 1987 and served for three years as a Combat Engineer before transitioning to Officer Candidate School and medical school at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Dodson completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. As a military physician, he has served all over the globe including service in Korea, Kosovo and two tours of duty in Iraq. During his career he has cared for over 6000 combat related injured soldiers and patients.
Dr. Dodson also served as the Director of Education for the Special Forces Medic Program at Ft. Sill. He currently serves in the US Army Reserve where he is assigned to the 100th Training Division as the Medical Director. As Medical Director, he is responsible for the instruction of EMT recertification and the Advanced Leadership Course Phase II and III for US Army Combat Medics.
Dr. Dodson also has extensive experience as a civilian emergency physician working for various emergency departments during his career and serving as an Assistant Professor at Saint Louis University Emergency Medicine Program.