The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Jerome Adams, jumped in Wednesday, when a passenger aboard a Delta flight lost consciousness.
The #USPHS to which he referred is the United States Public Health Services Commissioned Corps. He says the patient is doing well.
After tweeting about the incident, Adams added in a Facebook post that he was one of three medical professionals on board the flight who helped the patient.
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 spokesperson said that the passenger regained consciousness, but Adams recommended the individual still be taken to a hospital.
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According to local news station WAPT, Adams was headed to speak at the University of Mississippi Medical Center on Thursday to address the Trump administration's fight against the opioid epidemic.
Delta Air Lines has reached out to thank him for volunteering his services.
Delta also released a statement confirming that Adams intervened when a passenger became ill.
Sworn into office by Vice President Mike Pence in 2017, he also is a certified anesthesiologist and served Indiana State Health Commissioner from 2014 to 2017.