Today we have the honor to hear from Dr. Wilson, the President of ACPHealth. In this position he leads the strategic growth and development of ACPHealth’s existing service line and novel acute care innovative pathways. Prior to ACPHealth, Dr. Wilson founded, led as the CEO, and after 5 years exited CapRock Health and CapRock Physicians Group (a niche acute care health system focused on Micro-Hospitals and other “front door” models with development in 3 Western States) where to date he led the first and full accreditation of an independent acute care hospital in Texas under the new 2017 CMS regulations. Prior to CapRock Health Dr. Wilson founded and led the first Direct Primary Care Clinic in the Brazos Valley.

Dr. Wilson also serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine in the Texas A&M College of Medicine, as an Advisory Board Member in the Texas A&M Mays School of Management, and as the Medical Director for a SWAT Team in the Brazos Valley.

Dr. Wilson has served as a Medical Director for Traditional Hospital and Freestanding Emergency Departments and The TEEX Paramedic Academy. Dr. Wilson has worked in more than 16 Rural/Critical Access to Level 1 Trauma Centers in Texas, Florida, and Georgia.

Dr. Wilson completed his Emergency Medicine Residency Training at the Texas A&M Scott and White Emergency Medicine Program in Temple, Texas, where he served as the Chief Resident in his final year of residency.
Prior to his residency training, Dr. Wilson attended medical school at the University of Iowa College of Medicine where he graduated with Research Distinction, received the Distinguished Student Service Award, developed the now 2nd longest running philanthropic event in the college to benefit domestic violence victims, developed an innovative scholarship fund for the
University, and served as the Student Body President of the College in his Senior Year of Medical School. While attending the University of Iowa, Dr. Wilson was nominated for the AMA National Scholar (one of 150 in the nation out of nearly 16,000 medical students), and the Hancher-Finkbine
Medallion, The University of Iowa’s most coveted student award given to only one student annually at the University.
Originally from South Carolina, and after living in 11 states from Coast to Coast, Dr. Wilson says, "I have never felt more at home than in the Great State of Texas where we currently reside. Outside of work I enjoy working with local law enforcement as a Reserve Brazos County Precinct One
Deputy Constable where I’m proud to serve under Constable Jeff Reeves, and as the Physician for the Bryan SWAT Team. My greatest joy is spending time with my family. I have been married to my wife Heidi for over 23 years, and we have been richly blessed with three beautiful daughters. The Ladies of the Wilson household enjoy doing just about anything outside including camping and hiking, and I participate, sometimes willingly."