'My job isn't to judge': Doctor speaks of saving shooting suspect's life

Watch the viral interview with the doctor who treated the man alleged to have killed 11 people

A Jewish emergency doctor who saved the life of the man alleged to have killed 11 people attending a US synagogue says his job is not to "judge ... but to care".

Dr Jeff Cohen is president of Allegheny General Hospital and also attends the Tree of Life Congregation Synagogue in Pittsburgh.

He led the medical team who treated Robert Bowers, after he was shot multiple times by police taking him into custody on Saturday.

Bowers was arrested after he allegedly burst into the synagogue and opened fire on worshippers.

In an interview with Channel 4 News in the UK that has gone viral, Dr Cohen said Bowers was severely injured, scared and confused when he arrived at the hospital.

Dr Cohen said Bowers was not evil, he was just "some guy, some mother's son, and how did he get from that to where he is today?".

"That's going to be a