Alamogordo, NM – Monica Jill Wilkins, M.D., is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Top Administrator in the field of Medicine as an Associate Program Director at Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center.
Owned and operated by the Otero County Hospital Association, Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center was the first military/civilian shared medical facility in the U.S. They are one of South Central New Mexico’s top providers of affordable healthcare. With over nine years of experience, Dr. Wilkins offers patients a holistic approach to healthcare.
Throughout her career, Dr. Wilkins has amassed vast knowledge and clinical experience, as well as strong leadership skills. A California native, she previously worked as a vet tech for ten years. As an active member of her community, she continues to be devoted to animal rights.
Dr. Wilkins prepared for her career by earning a Doctor of Medicine degree from Ross University School of Medicine in Miramar, Florida. Then, she worked as an intern and resident in family medicine at Mercy health Family Medicine Residency Program in Janesville, WI.
Board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, Dr. Wilkins remains at the forefront of her field through her affiliations with the American Academy of Family Physicians and Physicians for Human Rights. A noted humanitarian during her time in Undergraduate school at University of California, Irvine she was hands on with the Armenian Eye Care Project. Today she is working on getting her Obesity Medicine Certificate and a member of the Obesity Medicine Association.
In recognition of Dr. Wilkin’s awards and recognitions, Mercyhealth Family Medicine Residency Program honored her as chief resident from 2013 to 2014. For her philanthropic work, she was awarded the Humanitarian Award.
Dr. Wilkens dedicates this recognition to Dr. James Horton and Dr. Arthur Altbuch.