Dr. Vicki Wooll
Dr. Wooll received her Bachelor’s of Science in Biochemistry and Master’s of Public Health, Epidemiology degrees from the University of California in Los Angeles. She then completed an additional two years of advanced infectious disease and epidemiology training prior to moving to Venezuela with the intention of finishing a PhD. Instead, Dr. Wooll obtained a medical doctorate from the Central University of Venezuela in 1996 after a decade of turbulent times during the communistic takeover. After returning to the United States, she trained at Corpus Christi Family Practice Residency Program run through the University of Texas San Antonio. She was awarded the Harry F. Harren MD Award of Excellence in Family Practice and obtained and has maintained national certification from the American Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Wooll has been in independent medical practice since 2006. She remains committed to staying involved in multiple advocacy activities at national, state and local levels focusing on health care access and reform. Dr. Wooll serves as a team leader for the National Healthcare Coalition. In the past, she served on the Board of Directors for the Independent Practice Association of Idaho (IPAID) and as a Co-Vice Chair Family Medicine and Secretary for the National Physician's Council for Healthcare Policy based in Washington DC. From 2011-2016, she served on the Board of Trustees of the Idaho Medical Association as the Alternate Delegate to the American Medical Association and also served as Medical Director for Stanton Healthcare, life-affirming medical clinics specializing in unexpected pregnancy care.
She has thoroughly enjoyed multiple medical missions to Africa, India, Mexico, Central and South America. She is fluent in Spanish and dearly loves her family, traveling, camping and cooking.