About Hub City Access
To promote accessibility to community resources for people with disabilities by unifying efforts to strengthen individual independence and social awareness.
Lester E. Wolcott
Hub City Access is a non-profit agency established July 2, 2007 by the Lester E. Wolcott Memorial Foundation. Lester E. Wolcott graduated from the University of Iowa. He received his Doctrine of Medicine at the University of Buffalo. He then spent 10 years in general practice in Okemas, Michigan. before completing a newly founded residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Michigan. He originated and served as chairman of the residency program of PM&R at the University of Missouri – Columbia.
In 1972, he was recruited by Texas Tech University as associate dean serving an integral role in establishing the Tech Medical School in Lubbock, as well as, their affiliated campuses. While in Lubbock, he also established the first inpatient rehabilitation program in West Texas and served as chief of rehabilitation at St. Mary’s Hospital.