Chris Wolcott, MD FACEP
Urgent Care of Louisiana
About Dr. Wolcott
Dr. Christopher Wolcott is the co-owner and operator of Urgent Care of Louisiana-a locally owned and operated walk-in clinic run by emergency room physicians tailored to treating acute illness and injury for all ages. Dr. Wolcott was born and raised in Shreveport and did his medical training at LSUHSC in Shreveport as well. He is board certified in emergency medicine, attained Fellow status in the field, and is an Associate Professor of emergency medicine at LSU. He has over 13 years of emergency room experience. He has been the Co-medical Director of Shreveport Fire Department since 2007 and Medical Director of Life Air Rescue since 2009. He is the medical manager for Louisiana Task Force 3, a group of firefighters and paramedics who are highly trained for Urban Search and Rescue during disaster situations. This group of volunteers is available to respond to any type of disaster, missing persons, or rescue situations locally, statewide and nationally. Dr. Wolcott serves on the EMS committee for the Shreveport Medical Society and is a member of several different local and national medical and EMS organizations. In 2012, he was honored as one of the 40 Under 40 for Shreveport/Bossier. He has been married to his wife Paige for 15 years and has two daughters, Riley and Sarah.
Paul Bracey, MD FACEP
Urgent Care of Louisiana
About Dr. Bracey
A Shreveport native, Dr. Bracey graduated medical school from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. After an internship in Internal Medicine at LSUHSC, he completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi, the state's only Level I trauma center.
He was honored with the position of Chief Resident of Emergency Medicine and also became Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. While at UMC, he served as medical co-director for American Medical Response (AMR) ambulance service, was appointed the assistant clinical director of the Emergency Department, helped design the chest pain observation unit, and received teaching honors 2 years in a row. He later served on the medical staff at a Jackson private hospital in an ER which served 45,000 patient visits per year. While there he actively participated in the Chest Pain Observation Unit, and the Sepsis subcommittee.
With the birth of their four children, returning home to Shreveport became a priority, and he and his wife returned to raise their family in their hometown and care for fellow Shreveporters through Urgent Care of Louisiana.