Dr. Michael Wilcox
Michael Wilcox, MD is a Board-Certified Family Practice Physician who has practiced in rural Minnesota for 38 years. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Minnesota and his Doctor of Medicine Degree at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Dr. Wilcox took his post graduate training at Hennepin County Medical Center, in Minneapolis and completed his Bush Medical Fellowship in Critical & Emergency Care in 1985.
Dr. Wilcox offers to serve in a contract medical director capacity for clients launching their own community paramedic programs.
Dr. Wilcox is the former Coordinator at the Emergency Care Plus Program for North Memorial Health Care in Minneapolis, and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency & Family Medicine, University of Minnesota. Dr. Wilcox is the Medical Director for Rural EMS Services, as well as Medical Director at the Community Paramedic Program at Hennepin Technical College in addition to being a CALS instructor.
An early architect of community paramedicine, Dr. Wilcox offers clinical skills training and oversight, CME/curriculum development, the development of policy and protocol, outcome analysis and quality assurance initiatives. Also a national conference speaker, he is a gifted ambassador of community paramedicine.
Tireless community advocate, program innovator, and health strategist Kenzie Wilcox is WGH Group’s executive director with oversight of Scott County’s testing and vaccination clinics, MIH programs, Paving the Way, as well as EMS life coaching. Kenzie is a certified life coach and a graduate of Carthage College. Her passion is identifying opportunities and putting people together to help solve them. She is the mother of four and resides in Hennepin County.
In addition to the leadership team, the WGH Group is made up of a large team of community paramedics, community EMTs, RNs, and other professionals who are employed on a contractual basis.