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Published on October 30, 2020

Surgeons Bowling, Marshall Join Bryan Trauma

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Jordan
Bowling, MD

Bryan Physician Network welcomes Jordan Bowling, MD and Ryne Marshall, MD to our Bryan Trauma practice. Both are general surgeons who also specialize in trauma and surgical critical care.

Dr. Bowling, a Lincoln native, received his medical degree at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C. He completed his general surgery residency at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, in New York, and his fellowship in surgical critical care at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, California.

Dr. Marshall, an Indiana native, received his medical degree at the University of Indiana Medical Center in Indianapolis. He completed his general surgery residency at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, and his fellowship in surgical critical care at the University of Louisville in Kentucky.

The dedicated team behind the Bryan Trauma Program – which houses the first Trauma Center in Nebraska verified by the American College of Surgeons – is ready for whenever tragedy strikes. Seriously injured patients need immediate care

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Ryne
Marshall, MD

delivered by a team of trained professionals for the best chance of survival. At the Bryan Trauma Center, 97% of all trauma patients who arrive with a sign of life survive, and 99% of all pediatric trauma patients with a sign of life survive.

To learn more about the Bryan Trauma Center, visit bryanhealth.org/trauma.

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