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Dr. Edward Hill, a board-certified family physician whose medical practice spans more than 45 years, is the third person to host 60 Second Housecall since 1992. Ken Davis, M.D., who served as chief medical officer for North Mississippi Health Services before his departure in April 2008, hosted the segment for six years. Dr. Davis took over hosting duties from "Dr. Bob" Lanier, who retired from the program in 2002 after more than 10 years as host.
Dr. Hill served as president of the American Medical Association from 2005-06 and also served as chairman of the board for the World Medical Association. He earned his medical degree at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine. Dr. Hill serves on the faculty of North Mississippi Medical Center's Family Medicine Residency Center and maintains an active practice.
In addition to his duties with the AMA and WMA, Dr. Hill has served in a variety of leadership positions in other medical organizations, including chairman of the board of trustees and president of the Mississippi State Medical Association, president of the Mississippi Academy of Family Physicians and president of the Southern Medical Association.