A philanthropist and expert in integrated medical technology, Peter Killcommons, MD, has helped bring medical technology to needy areas in countries around the world, including Afghanistan and Kuwait. A graduate of the New York Medical College, Dr. Peter Killcommons founded and currently serves as CEO of Medweb, a leading medical imaging company.

Soon after Dr. Killcommons founded Medweb in 1992, his firm's success in bringing medical imagining to the Internet earned him a front-page feature in the San Francisco Chronicle's business section. Dr. Killcommons continues to serve as Medweb's CEO, and to direct the company's radiology, telemedicine, and disaster response divisions. He also oversees Medweb's philanthropy program, which has helped bring medical equipment to needy areas in countries worldwide. Personally traveling to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait to ensure soldiers' needs were being met, Dr. Killcommons represented the only CEO of a medical company to travel to such war zones.

In addition to his work with Medweb, Dr. Peter Killcommons has served as a volunteer pilot with the National Institute of Urban Search and Rescue, and has provided medical aid in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Haiti, Peru, and Honduras. He also donates to the Fisher House Foundation, the American Red Cross, and Rotary International.

A graduate of the City College of New York and later the New York Medical College, he holds membership in the American Telemedicine Association and the American Medical Association. In his spare time, Peter Killcommons, MD, enjoys flying, sailing, scuba diving, and traveling.