Kelly Edward Wilson is a physician at the Womack Army Medical Center in North Carolina. He is trained in general internal medicine. Kelly Edward Wilson earned his medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine and he has been practicing at Womack since July of 2015.
When it comes to medical procedures, patients can be placed into two categories; inpatient and outpatient. Whether you are an inpatient or an outpatient is dependent on the medical procedures you need and your doctor’s recommendation. For example, if you need major surgery, you will be an inpatient. If you are ill, and your doctor believes that you will be okay at home, then you are an outpatient.
Internal medicine is a broad field that encompasses many different illnesses and diseases. If you are seeing an internist, you may need to stay in the hospital based the illness you have. Internal medicine encompasses subspecialties such as cardiology, immunology, nephrology, infectious diseases, and endocrinology. If you are suffering from heart disease, a severe kidney infection, or a serious disease you may become an inpatient in the internal medicine ward. Your doctor will be able to observe you while providing you with treatment. As an inpatient, you will have access to medical staff in case of an emergency as well.
Kelly Edward Wilson works with inpatients and helps his patients overcome illnesses and diseases. Kelly Edward Wilson worked hard to earn his medical degree and achieve his position at Womack.
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