"I was glad to be able to assist!"
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams was on the right plane at the right time. Neither the doctor nor the airline revealed what the passenger's medical issue was.
That doctor happened to be U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, Fox News reported.
The Delta cabin crew called out for help the passed out passenger and Adams, who was standing outside the flight along with two nurses, answered to the help call and stepped in to help the passenger.
The patient woke up, and Adams determined it was best for the plane to return to the gate and for the patient to go to a hospital for further evaluation.
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Adams, who was appointed by President Donald Trump, reportedly was on a flight to Jackson, Mississippi, when flight attendants began asking passengers if their was a doctor on board.
Adams, who has served as surgeon general since September of a year ago, is an anesthesiologist, according to his official biography. Among the many things that the Surgeon General has been prioritizing since taking office is the ongoing opioid epidemic which continues to cause addiction, drug overdoses, and claim many lives.
The #USPHS to which he referred is the United States Public Health Services Commissioned Corps.