From Mississippi — Rural Medicine to the World Medical Association
October 29, 2012•15 min
Hosted by: Gary Epstein Guest: J. Edward Hill Dr. J. Edward Hill has participated in both practice and policy. He began in family practice in the rural Mississippi Delta, and started an extremely successful maternal child health program that was instrumental in lowering fetal mortality. Dr. Hill also served as the president of the American Medical Association and was president of the World Medical Association for four years. Dr. Hill and host Gary Epstein discuss policy, practice and the future of medicine. This week's guest was nominated by theMississippi State Medical Association — an advocate for its 4,600-plus members, their patients, and the public health.