Asklepios (latin: Asclepius), the god of healing, was an important deity to our medicus Gaius Petreius Ruso (Medicus: A Novel of the Roman Empire, by Ruth Downie). A statue of the god was kept at the entrance of the base hospital, and Ruso paid his respect daily.
The image, at Wikimedia Commons, represents a Colossal head of Asclepios wearing a metal crown (now lost), from a cult statue. Marble, Hellenistic artwork, 325-300 BC. from Melos. At the Blacas Collection.