Dr. Wilcox is a Board Certified Family Practice Physician, who has practiced in rural Minnesota for nearly 40 years. His post graduate training was at HCMC in Minneapolis, Minn. and he completed his Bush Medical Fellowship in Critical & Emergency Care in 1985. Dr. Wilcox serves multiple roles as the Clinical Associate Professor in the Department Emergency & Family Medicine University of Minnesota, Medical Director for the Community Paramedic Program at Hennepin Technical College and South Central Technical College, Medical Advisor for MNSCU EMS Programs, and the Medical Director for 82 Rural EMS Services (First Responder, BLS, ALS). He also recently retired as the Coordinator of the Emergency Care Plus Program for North Memorial Medical Center after 25 years of service.
Join Dr. Wilcox as he discusses the role of the community paramedic as a member of the healthcare team. During this session, you will learn the types of patients encountered within community clinics and Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), and the benefits of an integrated community paramedicine program. Dr. Wilcox will discuss protocol development for plans […]