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Kelly Edward Wilson: Inpatient vs. Outpatient

Kelly Edward Wilson

· Kelly Edward Wilson

Kelly Edward Wilson is an experienced internal medicine physician, and has served as Chief of Inpatient Internal Medicine at Fort Bragg’s Womack Army Medical Center since 2016. As someone with years of medical experience and training under his belt, Wilson has had the opportunity to treat numerous patients of varying conditions and illnesses, primarily within a hospital setting.

As an inpatient physician, Kelly Edward Wilson focuses on providing ongoing care to those requiring hospital admission; those patients that, generally at least, require close monitoring both during and following a given procedure or treatment, particularly during the recovery process.

Whereas inpatient medicine involves both short- and long-term hospital stays, outpatient medicine is often used when referring to types of diagnostic or therapeutic procedures; those which don’t require extensive patient observation during the procedure or recovery phases, and that can generally be done on a same-day basis. For the most part, hospital admission is not required as part of the outpatient process.

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