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Point-Of-Care Ultrasound in Primary Care

About Our Guest  Dr. James Wilcox is originally from Indiana. He earned his MD from Indiana University in 2014, and completed his Family Medicine Residency at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in 2017. He then completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Western Michigan University in 2018. He first served in the rural community of Austin, Indiana, […]


About Our Guest 

Dr. James Wilcox is originally from Indiana. He earned his MD from Indiana University in 2014, and completed his Family Medicine Residency at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in 2017. He then completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Western Michigan University in 2018. He first served in the
rural community of Austin, Indiana, practicing the breadth of family medicine: inpatient, outpatient primary care, emergency medicine, sports medicine, and substance use treatment. He recently relocated to Indianapolis in 2020, and he is now working at Eskenazi Health in outpatient primary care. In 2021, he accepted a grant-funded position at Indiana University School of Medicine teaching Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) and coordinating POCUS integration into the 4-year curriculum as the HRSA PRIME POCUS Thread Director, and Indiana University School of Medicine Assistant POCUS Director. His clinical interests include sports medicine, point-of-care ultrasound, hepatitis treatment, and substance use disorder management.

 

Additional Resources

  • Discover how using POCUS to manage deep vein thrombosis can prove to be lifesaving in a resource-limited setting.
  • Read more about how integrating POCUS into the primary care setting ensures the quality of care and the safety of patients.
  • Understand how POCUS can support primary care physicians assessing SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia.
  • View this opinion on family physicians’ responsibility to ensure the effective and proper use of POCUS in primary care settings.

 

Questions? Email POCUS@Inteleos.org

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