Andy Wilson, MD, FACEP, FAEEM
Originally from South Carolina, Dr. Andy Wilson has never felt more at home than in the Great State of Texas where he currently resides. Before founding CapRock Health, Dr. Wilson has served as a Medical Director for Traditional Hospital and Freestanding Emergency Departments, The TEEX Paramedic Academy Medical Director, and is the Co-Medical Director for a SWAT Team in Texas. Dr. Wilson also serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine in the Texas A&M College of Medicine.
Dr. Wilson completed his Emergency Medicine Residency Training at the Texas A&M Scott and White Emergency Medicine Program in Temple, Texas, where he served as the Chief Resident.
Prior to his residency training, Dr. Wilson attended medical school at the University of Iowa College of Medicine, where he graduated with Research Distinction. While attending the University of Iowa, Dr. Wilson was the Student Body President, was nominated for the AMA National Scholar (one of 150 in the nation out of nearly 16,000 medical students), and the Hancher-Finkbine Medallion, The University of Iowa’s most coveted student award given to only one student annually at the University.
When Dr. Wilson is not in his role as a physician and CEO of CapRock Health, he enjoys working with local law enforcement as a Reserve Brazos County Precinct One Deputy Constable where he is proud to serve under Constable Jeff Reeves.
Dr. Wilson’s greatest joy, however, is spending time with his family. Dr. Wilson has been married to his wife Heidi for over 20 years, and they have been richly blessed with three beautiful daughters. The Ladies of the Wilson Household enjoy doing just about anything outside including camping and hiking, and Dr. Wilson participates, sometimes willingly.