Podiatrist who contributed to a successful and growing private practice from 2010 to present. Specialties include the diagnosis and treatment of common podiatric ailments and disorders. Experience and interest in diabetic footcare and management.
West Virginia: 2010-present
Ohio: Application pending approval
Drug Enforcement License: West Virginia and Virginia
ABPS Board qualified in forefoot surgery2010-present
Examined and treated 50 or more patients per day in a busy private practice setting. Carefully analyzed test results and information gathered during examinations to properly diagnose illnesses and diseases. Regularly referred patients to medical specialists or other practitioners for more specialized courses of treatment. Expertly managed all surgery services, including planning, scheduling and coordination, determination of procedures and procurement of supplies and equipment. Patiently explained prescribed procedures and discussed test results with patients and their families. Also aided in office staffing/hiring and inventory maintenance in various outpatient settings.
PSR-36 residency with excellent clinical exposure as well as competitive surgical case load and well rounded education/training in multiple departments within the hospital.
Volunteered monthly for free clinic at Bluestone West Virginia Family Healthcare Clinic. Performed basic podiatry services for underserved/underprivileged patients in rural West Virginia. (2010-present)
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