The Future of Rural Healthcare | Dr. Harry Wilkins III | TEDxQuincy

Dr. Harry Wilkins III explores exciting and titanic shifts in medicine and technology that will shape the future of rural healthcare delivery.

Dr. Harry Wilkins III is a native of Illinois and a practicing trauma surgeon on staff at Blessing Hospital in Quincy. He completed his medical school and surgical residency training at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and completed a trauma fellowship at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, MD.
After practicing for several years in Texas, Kansas and Missouri, Dr. Wilkins then completed a Master’s Degree in Health Care Management from Harvard University’s T. H. Chan school of public health before joining Quincy Medical Group in 2010. Dr. Wilkins has received the HRSA medal of honor for his role as co-faculty of the HRSA-sponsored Organ Donation and Transplant Breakthrough collaboratives and serves as the current administrative medical director for Midwest Transplant Network in Kansas City. Dr. Wilkins is also the medical advisor-elect for AOPO, is widely published in medical literature and is a member of numerous medical societies. Dr. Harry Wilkins III is a native of Illinois and a practicing trauma surgeon on staff at Blessing Hospital here in Quincy. He completed his medical school and surgical residency training at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and completed a trauma fellowship at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, MD.
After practicing for several years in Texas, Kansas and Missouri, Dr. Wilkins then completed a Master’s Degree in Health Care Management from Harvard University’s T. H. Chan school of public health before joining Quincy Medical Group in 2010. Dr. Wilkins has received the HRSA medal of honor for his role as co-faculty of the HRSA-sponsored Organ Donation and Transplant Breakthrough collaboratives and serves as the current administrative medical director for Midwest Transplant Network in Kansas City. Dr. Wilkins is also the medical advisor-elect for AOPO, is widely published in medical literature and is a member of numerous medical societies. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx