Pete Killcommons, MD, currently presides as CEO and owner of Medweb, a teleradiology, telemedicine, and medical imaging company based in San Francisco, California. Serving in this capacity since he started the company in 1992, Peter Killcommons directs all aspects of the organization, including its telemedicine, radiology, disaster response, and charitable operations. Noted for successfully delivering medical imagining applications to the Internet, Medweb was featured on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle's business section in 1994. In his free time, Pete Killcommons enjoys an array of recreational interests that include sailing, flying, SCUBA diving, and traveling. At the same time, he engages in a variety of philanthropic initiatives. In addition to his extensive volunteer work, Peter Killcommons supports such organization as The American National Red Cross, the Fisher House Foundation, the World Cares Center, Catholic Charities, and Rotary International.
Pete Killcommons holds an MD and a BA from the New York Medical College, from which he graduated cum laude from the school's accelerated BS-MD program. Prior to this, he attended the City College of New York, where he served as the Vice President of Student Affairs in the student government and participated in the varsity swim team. Today, he maintains affiliations with an array of professional organizations, including the American Medical Association and the American Telemedicine Association, as well as Experimental Aircraft Association, the American Owners and Pilots Association, the Alameda Flying Club City, and the South Beach Yacht Club. At the same time, Peter Killcommons belongs to the UCSF Alumni Association, the Chaminade Alumni Association, and the New York Medical College Alumni.
San Francisco, CA, US