Dr. Brian Wilbur hails from San Rafael, CA, but sacrificed his Northern California status when he moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA as an undergrad. He completed his BA in History, travelled around the world and then returned to LA for medical school at Keck USC. After completing a residency in Emergency Medicine at LAC-USC Medical Center, he has worked in various emergency rooms in the region – most recently as director of a very busy community ER near Long Beach. He has also volunteered in Haiti, was the NBC doctor for the Olympics, acted as script consultant for TV and started a line of surf-related men’s grooming products.
In between shifts, Dr. Wilbur acts a medical manager for the local FEMA Urban Search and Rescue team, surfs southwest swells, causes unintentional damage to golf courses, and reads voraciously. He is also volunteer faculty at Keck USC where he teaches clinical skills to medical students.
Dr. Wilbur lives in Venice with his filmmaker wife and troublemaker twin boys.