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Intern Physician

Hosptal Metropolitano Tito Mattei, Yauco, Puerto Rico, US

Jul 2012Jun 2013

Responsible for: 
-Daily clinical activities and rounds in the Emergency Room, General Surgery, Internal medicine, Pediatrics Obgyn, Psychiatry, Critical Care and Internal Medicine services. 
 
-Actively engaged in the daily clinical care of patients performing History taking and physical examination.-Presenting cases to the attending physician and participate in the diagnosis, analysis of laboratory results, discussion and implementation of the appropriate treatments. 
 
-Performing several clinic surgical procedures like Orotracheal intubation, central lines placements, chest tube placement, wound suturing, immobilization of fractures, attention vaginal deliveries and participation in surgery procedures. 
 
-Run Reanimation codes fallowing ACLS, PALS and ATLS guidelines. 
 
-Participation with medical students and attending Physicians in different academic activities including case discussions presentations and medical conferences. 
 
-Overnight shifts responsible of the new admissions and intensive care unit. 
 
Reason for leaving: Finished Medical intership in Program. 
 
Supervisor: Dr. Angel M. Loyola Rivera.

Allied Health Instructor

Virginia College School of Business and Health, Tennessee,

Apr 2009Jun 2012

Responsible for: 
- Teaching several medical courses to 150-200 American students per term enrolled in Allied Health programs, including: Medical Ethics and Law, Biology, Pathophysiology Pharmacology and Drug Administration, Anatomy & Physiology, First Aid and CPR, Clinical Office Procedures Medical Lab Procedures Medical Terminology, Medical Math and calculations. 
- Teach and evaluate students in variety of clinical skills to prepare them for the performance of initial clinical assessments in various practice settings and health care work environment. 
- Help prepare students to work as allied health care professionals serving the needs of physician employers in delivering quality health care services to a client population. 
-Participation in curriculum planning and evaluation, program budgeting, preparation and maintenance of accreditation materials, and commitment to strategies for professional development 
Supervisor: Dr. Linda Peoples. 
Reason for leaving: Start Medical intership in Puerto rico.

Monroy JE, Birmingham, AL

Feb 2012Feb 2012

Submitted to Southeastern Surgical Congress for poster presentation Birmingham, AL, February 2012. - Manuscripts to be submitted: 
2. Rare postoperative life threatening hemorrhagic complication of drain removal and its management. Naseer S, Idress S, Monroy JE, Stanley JD. To be submitted to The American Surgeon for Brief Reports September 2011.

Clinician Assistant General Medicine

Virginia College School of Business and Health, Tennessee,

May 2010Feb 2012

Under direct supervision of a licensed and board certified family physicians Responsible to perform: 
- Initial clinical assessments of an estimated 25 patients daily. 
-History taking and physical examination of the patients. 
-Present cases to the attending physician and participate in the diagnosis, analysis of laboratory results and discussion of appropriate treatment. 
-Assist in translations and transcription of the management, laboratory examinations and fallow up. 
-Actively engaged in the clinical care of patients, writing prescriptions for signature by the licensed physicians. 
-Participation in the academic activities of the pre-residency program for medical students, residents, fellows and international physicians. 
Supervisor: Dr. William MacMillan Rodney. 
Reason for leaving: Finished pre-residency program

Research Intern, Dr

Erlanger Medical Center,

2010Dec 2011

Participate and collaborate with some attending physicians in scholarly activity/poster presentations and research projects of the department of surgery including: - Abstracts submitted and presented: (see Publications) - Abstracts submitted:

Nuts and Bolts Research Methods Symposium The University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Chattanooga, TN

2010Jan 2010

August 27,2010 2. Southeastern Surgical Congress February 12,2011. 
2. 2011 Nuts and Bolts Research Methods Symposium The University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Chattanooga TN, August 26,2011

Instructor

American Red Cross, California,

Aug 2008Mar 2009

Responsible for: 
-Teaching under the Red Cross Instructor standards courses in CPR and First Aid to allied health care professionals and community members. 
Supervisor: Eric Rodas. 
Reason for leaving: Moving to Tennessee.

Clinician

Sleep Experts Center,

Sep 2007Feb 2009

Assistant Polysomnography. 
Work under direct supervision of Neurologist and board certified Sleep Medicine Physicians. 
Responsible for performing: 
- Medical history assessment and pre-sleep testing physical exams including vital signs, neurologic exam and cardiorespiratory evaluation. - Laboratory test samples. 
- Prepared patients for sleep studies under standardized 10/20 systems. 
- Performed sleep studies using the "ALICE" system and monitored patients during studies. 
-Performed overnight polysomnography of CPAP, BPAP titration to treat sleep apnea disorders. 
- Recorded and scored the sleep test result. 
- Performed MSLT studies to diagnose, or rule out, many types of sleep disorders including narcolepsy and periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD), REM behavior disorder, parasomnias, and sleep apnea. 
- Provided medical interpretation (Spanish-English) for patients with language barriers. 
Supervisor: Dr. Joel Younger. 
Reason for leaving: Moving to Tennessee.

Clinician Assistant General Medicine

Family, San Jose, CA

Jan 2005Feb 2009

Responsible for performing under direct supervision of a licensed and board certified family physician: 
-Initial clinical assesment of an estimated 2000 patients a year 
-History taking and physical examination of patients. 
-Presented cases to the attending physician and participated in the diagnosis, analysis of laboratory results and discussion of appropriate treatment. 
-Assisted in transcription of the management, laboratory examinations and follow up. 
-Actively engaged in the clinical care of patients. 
-Assisted also with blood drawing, routine laboratory tests and x-rays. -Wrote prescriptions for signature by the licensed physician. 
-Participation in the academic activities and conferences at Valley Medical Center. 
Supervisor: Dr. Juan E Posada. 
Reason for leaving: Moving to Tennessee.

Assistant Clinician Polysomnography

Sleep Apnea Center, Fremont, CA

Oct 2003Jan 2006

Work under direct supervision of Neurologist and board certified Sleep Medicine Physicians. 
Responsible for performing: 
- Medical history assessment and pre-sleep testing physical exam including vital signs, neurologic exam and cardiorespiratory evaluation. 
-Laboratory test samples. 
- Prepared patients for sleep studies under standardized 10/20 systems. 
- Performed sleep studies using the "Alice" system and monitored patients during studies. 
-Performed overnight polysomnography of CPAP, BPAP titration to treat sleep apnea disorders, recorded and scored the result. 
- Performed MSLT studies to diagnose, or rule out, many types of sleep disorders including narcolepsy and periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD), REM behavior disorder, parasomnias, and sleep apnea 
- Provided medical interpretation (Spanish-English) for patients with language barriers. 
Supervisor Dr. Sarb Dhesi. 
Reason for leaving: Change job to other Sleep center. 
 
Sleep Medicine Services, San Jose California 
Assistant Clinician Polysomnography. 
Work under direct supervision of Neurologist and board certified Sleep Medicine Physician. 
Responsible for performing: 
- Medical history assessment and pre-sleep testing physical exam including vital signs, neurologic exam and cardiorespiratory evaluation. 
-Laboratory test samples. 
- Prepared patients for sleep studies under standardized 10/20 system. 
- Performed sleep studies using the "SANDMAN" system and monitored patients during studies. 
-Performed overnight polysomnography of CPAP, BPAP titration to treat sleep apnea disorders, recorded and scored the result. 
- Performed MSLT studies to diagnose, or rule out, many types of sleep disorders including narcolepsy and periodic limb movement disorder ( PLMD), REM behavior disorder, parasomnias, and sleep apnea 
- Provided medical interpretation (Spanish-English) for patients with language barriers. 
Supervisor: Dr Alex Clerk. 
Reason for leaving: Change job to other Sleep center.

Emergency Medicine Physician

"Foundation Cardio Infantile", Bogota'- Colombia,

Nov 1998May 2002

Responsible for: 
- Provided emergency care to an estimated 8000 patients a year with a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries (sometimes life-threatening conditions), which required immediate medical attention. 
- Provided immediate diagnosis and resuscitation care for life-threatening conditions, and directed the provision of such care in the pre-hospital setting in the areas of Surgery, Trauma, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cardiology etc. 
-Provided stabilization and supportive care to patients with serious medical and surgical conditions until the care of that patient could be assumed by the appropriate specialist for the condition. 
-Requested a consult by a specialist (such as cardiology or general surgery) in appropriate cases. 
- Trained medical students and residents of different specialties in Emergency Medicine and best practices. 
Supervisor: Dr. Carlos Arteta. 
Reason for leaving: Moving to the USA.

Emergency Medicine Physician

"Foundation Cardio Infantile", Bogota'- Colombia,

Dec 1998Jun 1999

Responsible for: 
- Provided emergency care to over 4000 patients with a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries (sometimes life-threatening conditions), which required immediate medical attention. 
- Provided immediate diagnosis and resuscitation care for life-threatening conditions, and directed the provision of such care in the pre-hospital setting in the areas of Surgery, Trauma, Internal medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cardiology etc. 
-Provide stabilization and supportive care to patients with serous medical and surgical conditions until the care of that patient could be assumed by the appropriate specialist for the condition. 
-Requested a consult by a specialist (such as cardiology or general surgery) in appropriate cases. 
-Trained medical students and residents of different specialties in Emergency Medicine and best practices. 
Supervisor: Dr. Carlos Gomez. 
Reason for leaving: Started postgraduate studies in Emergency Medicine.

Emergency Medicine Physician

"Hospital infantile Colsubsidio",

Jul 1998Jun 1999

Responsible for: 
- Provided Pediatric Emergency care to approximately 4000 pediatric patients with a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries (sometimes life-threatening conditions), which required immediate medical attention. 
-Provided immediate diagnosis and resuscitation care for life-threatening conditions on pediatric population, providing diagnosis and care on the basis of medical history, physical examination, and diagnostic tests. 
-Provided supportive care to patients with serious medical and surgical conditions until the care of that patient could be assumed by the appropriate specialist for that condition. 
- Provided definitive or interim care for conditions that, while not life-threatening, caused discomfort or risk for the pediatric patient including infants, children and adolescents. 
- Educated parents and care-givers in preventive care of pediatric patients. 
Supervisor: Dr. Angela Areas. 
Reason for leaving: Started postgraduate studies in Emergency Medicine.

Emergency Medicine Physician

Universidad el Bosque,

Jun 1998May 1999

Responsible for: 
- Triage and provide emergency care to an estimated 4000 patients with a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries sometimes life-threatening conditions, which required immediate medical attention. 
- Provided immediate diagnosis and resuscitation care for life-threatening conditions, and directed the provision of such care in the pre-hospital setting in the areas of Surgery, Trauma, Internal medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Cardiology etc. 
-Provided stabilization and supportive care to patients with serious medical and surgical conditions until the care of that patient could be assumed by the appropriate specialist for the condition. 
-Requested a consult by a specialist (such as cardiology or general surgery) in appropriate cases. 
- Trained medical students and residents of different specialties in Emergency Medicine and best practices. 
Supervisor: Dr Ricardo Gonzalez 
Reason for leaving: Started postgraduate studies in Emergency Medicine

General Practitioner MD. Staff

Hospital clinic San Rafael, Bogota - Colombia,

Mar 1998Dec 1998

member of the General Surgery Department 
Responsible for: 
- Assisted General Surgeons and sub-specialist surgeons; examined, diagnosed and treated over 3000 patients by surgical means. 
- Prepared and presented cases to the specialist physicians after reviewed case histories, physical exam and laboratory test participating in the patient care from the initial assessment in ED. until the postoperative evaluation and release from the hospital. 
- Participated every day in applied surgical procedures and assisted specialists in performing surgery including thoracic, cardiac, abdominal, orthopedics and plastic surgical procedures. 
- Examined postoperative patients and determines x-ray examinations, clinical laboratory test required and prescribed such conservative measures of treatment as antibiotics, drugs and compresses. 
- Interpreted test results and evaluated examination findings, applied central lines, inserted chest tubes, did casting and post operatory wound care. 
- Participated in all the academic activities of the Surgery department. 
Supervisor: Dr Jaime Aguirre. 
Reason for leaving: Change work to Emergency medicine.

General Practitioner MD

Hospital San,

Mar 1997Mar 1998

obligatory social service required for Medical License in Colombia) 
-Provided medical attention to an estimated 6000 patients with a broad spectrum of illnesses in general medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Preventive Medicine. This included delivering around 700 babies during the year. 
-Acted as a medical examiner assigned to the countryside territory including 200 autopsies for legal purposes. -Improved health conditions in the countryside areas through health missions and facilitated medical access for the poor and farm population. 
-Lead health education campaigns for the general population. 
Supervisor: Dr. Pablo Andres Escobar Toro. 
Reason for leaving: Finished obligatory social service

General Practitioner MD

"Hospital San Jose", San Jose, CA

Jan 1997Mar 1997

Obligatory social service required for Medical License in Colombia) 
-Provided Medical attention to a variety of patients with a broad spectrum of illnesses in the areas of general medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Psychiatry, Pediatrics Obstetrics, Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Preventive Medicine. This included delivering around 100 babies during the 3 months I had been working there. 
-Improved health conditions in the countryside areas through health missions and facilitated medical access for the poor and agricultural population. 
-Lead health education campaigns for the general population. 
Dr. Jose Arevalo 
Reason for leaving: Move to other region of the country.

Clinical-Rotatory Internship

Caldas Hospital de and Red,

Jan 1996Dec 1996

Under supervision of the attending professors of school of Medicine in the associate Hospitals at all principal areas of Medicine such as: Emergency Medicine General Surgery Internal Medicine Psychiatry Obstetrics and Gynecology Pediatrics Pediatric Surgery Anesthesiology Plastic Surgery General Ambulatory Medicine. Responsible for: 
- Participated in all the academic and clinical activities of each department. 
- Prepared and presented cases to the attending physicians after reviewing case histories, physical exam and laboratory tests. 
- participating in the patient care from the initial assessment in ED. until the release from the hospital. 
- Interpreted test results and applied central lines, inserted chest tubes, did casting and post operatory wound care. 
-Responsible for examining hospitalized patients and determined tests required, prescribed medical treatments such as antibiotics and drugs during daily clinical rounds and assisted specialists in performing surgery. 
Supervisor: Dr. Oscar gomez Mejia. 
Reason for leaving: Finished Clinical rotatory Internship.

Member of the Medical Staff in Operative Smile Mission at Manizales Colombia in 1996

Operation Smile, Colombia,

Sep 1996Sep 1996

09/1996 - 09/1996 Average Hours/Week: 120 
 
Member of the Medical Staff in Operative Smile Mission at Manizales Colombia in 1996 
-Participated as a medical intern in the Plastic Surgery medical team of Operation Smile missions. 
-During two weeks we performed medical assessments and evaluation of more than 500 patients with oral, facial and orthopedic congenital defects. 
-Participated in more than 200 surgical procedures with the plastic surgery medical team from Operation Smile including local members and 20 US medical volunteers whom traveled to make possible the Manizales Operation Smile Mission in 1996. 
Supervisor: Dr. Colombia Quintero.

Staff in Operative Smile Mission at Manizales Colombia. Dr. William P Magee

Medical School,

1986Dec 1986

Honors / Awards 
I. "National Pedagogic University" Honor award list as best student of Physical Education Program. Bogota, Colombia December 1986. 
II. Operation Smile Recognition as member of the Medical Staff in Operative Smile Mission at Manizales Colombia. Dr. William P Magee, Jr. 1996. II. Designate Representative from Universidad de Caldas School of Medicine to the "World Conference of Medical Education" in 
III. Bogota, Colombia October 1995.Foundation Cardio-infantile Excellence as Emergency Room Physician. Bogota, Colombia June 1999. 
 
Congress and Symposiums.

Education

Intensive English Program

Mission College, Santa Clara, CA

20022003

Intensive English Program

Gadsden State Community College, Gadsden, AL

20022002

Diploma in Education

School of Medicine,

19991999

M.D. in Medical Education

"Universidad de Caldas", School of Medicine,

19891996

Bachelor's in Physical Education

"National pedagogic University",

19861989

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