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Physician Assistant Medical

Location:
Jacksonville, FL
Salary:
Negotiable
Posted:
October 11, 2018

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RAFAEL A. PALACIOS, MPAS, PA-C

**** ** ** ****, *** 1704

Ocala, FL 34471

352-***-**** (C)

EDUCATION

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), Department of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, San Antonio, TX. Dates: 09/05 to 8/06. Degree: Post Graduate PA Emergency Medicine Residency Certificate.

University of Florida College of Medicine Physician Assistant Program, Gainesville, FL. Dates: 06/02 to 06/04. Degree: Masters in Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS).

University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky. Dates: 01/93 to 08/96. Degree: Major: BA, Psychology with concentration in Natural Sciences. Minor: Military Sciences, Army ROTC.

SPECIAL TRAINING

Tactical Combat Casualty Care Provider, DOT Medical Examiner, BLS/CPR, ACLS (Experienced Provider), Expert Field Medical Badge (US Army), Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS), Critical Care Paramedic Course (CCPC), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Basic Disaster Life Support (BDLS), Advanced Trauma Life Support Provider (ATLS), Emergency Vehicle Operational Course (EVOC), National Registry EMT-Paramedic, Field Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualty Course (US Army), Emergency War Surgery Course (US Air Force), Medical Response to Biological Warfare and Terrorism Course (US Army), Phlebotomy Technician.

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

1.Five Star Urgent Care. Position: Travel Physician Assistant.

Dates: 02-16-2018 to 07-31-2018. Employment status: Full-time.

Duties: One of six members of the travel team covering the Central New York region. Examines, diagnoses, and treats patients of all ages with acute illnesses and injuries or exacerbations of chronic disease. Orders evidence-based testing, prescribes medications and refers to outside specialist as required. Provides occupational medicine services, including DOT exams and the treatment of Worker’s Compensation injuries (I will become DOT certified in July 2018). Performs pre-participation physicals for camps, sports and employment. Utilizes telemedicine platform to evaluate and treat patients off-site in addition to providing in person care. Maintains patient charts accurately and comprehensively. Documents patient information in Electronic Medical Record (EMR).

2. US Air Force Reserves, 927th Aeromedical Staging Squadron, MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL.

Position: Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant. Rank: Lieutenant Colonel.

Dates: 02-02-2018 to Present. Employment Status: Part-time.

Duties: Responsible for the medical readiness of an Expeditionary, highly deployable medical squadron of approximately 120 members to include immunizations, physical exams, combat/trauma-lifesaving skills training, disaster preparedness, and risk management.

3. Ocala Regional Medical Center/ West Marion Community Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine. Position: Lead Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant.

Dates: 08-01-10 to 02-15-18. Employment status: Full-time.

Duties: Lead Physician Assistant out of 13 midlevel providers. Execute emergency medical care, under Physician supervision, for residents and guest of Marion County, FL. ORMC is a level II Trauma Center. Perform advanced medical procedures to include endotracheal intubation, chest thoracotomy, central line placement, lumbar puncture, joint injections, I&D’s, dental blocks, procedural sedation and analgesia, joint reduction, and others at the discretion of attending physician. Patient yearly census is approximately 60,000, with 60 percent of the time spent in main ED, 20 percent in triage, and 20 percent fast track.

4. Munroe Regional Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine. Position: Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant.

Dates: 08-01-06 until 07-31-10. Employment status: Full-time.

Duties: Provide emergency medical care, under Physician supervision, for residents and guest of Marion County, FL. Perform advanced medical procedures to include endotracheal intubation, chest thoracotomy, central line placement, lumbar puncture, joint injections, I&D’s, dental blocks, procedural sedation and analgesia, joint reduction, and others. Engaged in training Physician Assistant students from the University of Florida College of Medicine. Critical Patients are mostly seen by emergency Physicians. Occasionally, PA’s may have to provide initial rescue measures until physician is available. Patient yearly census is approximately 90,000, with 70 percent of the time spent in main ED, and 20 percent in fast track clinic, and 10 percent Pediatric Clinic.

5. Florida Hospital Flagler, Department of Emergency Medicine. Position: Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant.

Dates: 05-27-2008 until 05-01-2010. Employment status: Part-time.

Duties: Provided emergent and non-emergent services for citizens and visitors in Flagler County. Main duties were performed in Urgent Care capacity. Patient yearly census is approximately 24,000 visits.

6. United States Air Force (FLANG), 202nd RED HORSE Squadron, Camp Blanding, FL. Position: Medical Liaison Officer. Rank: Lieutenant Colonel.

Dates: 03-21-06 to 02-01-2018. Employment Status: Part-time. AFSC: 42G3E (Emergency Medicine PA-C)

Duties: Responsible for the medical readiness of an Expeditionary, highly deployable engineering Squadron of approximately 225 members to include immunizations, physical exams, combat lifesaving skills training, disaster preparedness, and risk management.

7. University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio. Department of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, University Hospital. Position: Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Resident.

Dates: 09-01-05 to 08-31-06. Employment status: Full-time.

Duties: Honor graduate of an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Residency Program in a level I trauma center.

8. American Medical Response, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Position: Paramedic.

Dates: 11/04 to 08/05. Employment status: Part-time.

Duties: Attend to acute, sub-acute, and non-emergent calls for the citizens and visitors of Broward County and adjacent counties. Additional duties include preceptor of EMS students.

9. United States Army Reserve, 478th Civil Affairs Battalion (FID/UW) Perrine, Florida. Position: Chief Medical Training Officer. Rank: 0-3 (Captain). MOS: 70B (Medical Service Corps)

Dates: 05/00 to 03/03. Employment status: Part-time.

Duties: Responsible for the planning, organization, supervision, and execution of all medical training pertinent to the Special Operations Battalion to include field combat emergency medical training, medical evacuation, and mass casualty triage operations to assigned Combat Medics. Additional duties included Medical Records Coordinator, Medical Intelligence, and Medical Database Manager.

10. United States Army Reserve, 333rd Med. Company (Dental Services) Savannah, Georgia. Position: Executive Officer. Rank: 0-1 (Second Lieutenant). MOS: 70B (Medical Service Corps)

Dates: 09/96 to 04/00. Employment status: Part-time.

Duties: Responsible for the planning, organization, execution, and supervision of all administrative actions pertinent to the dental company. Served as the principal advisor to the Company Commander on matters non-clinical and clinical in scope to include unit personnel, survival training, and management of weight control program. Additional duties included Physical Security Officer, Mobilization Officer, and Publications Officer.

11. Pinellas County EMS/ Sunstar, Largo, Florida. Position: Nationally Registered EMT-Paramedic.

Dates: 01/90 to 12/92. Employment status: Full-time.

Duties: Attended to medical, traumatic, behavioral, gynecological, and environmental emergencies for residents and visitors of Pinellas County, Florida through the activation of the local 911 system. Performed advanced airway management procedures, IV therapy, and pharmacological interventions.

12. Baptist Hospital of Miami, Miami, Florida. Position: Emergency Department Technician III.

Dates: 01/89 to 12/89. Employment status: Full-time.

Assisted professional ED staff in daily operational events to include patient assessment, triage, application of orthopedic appliances, and management of medical supplies. Additional duties included phlebotomy procedures, as needed.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

American Academy of PA’s-Fellow

Society of US Air Force PA’s-Fellow

Society of Army PA’s- Fellow

Society of Emergency Medicine PA’s-Fellow

Florida Academy of PA’s-Fellow

Florida Medical Association-Fellow

CURRENT LICENSURE

NCCPA Emergency Medicine Board Certified

Current in the following Certifications:

ACLS, BLS, ATLS, and PALS

Physician Assistant, State of Florida, PA 9103290

Expiration Date: 01-31-2020

Physician Assistant, State of Texas, PA 04573

Expiration Date: 02-28-2019

Physician Assistant, State of New York, PA 021744

Expiration Date: 12/31/2020

NCCPA Board Certified: 1064288

Expiration Date: 12-31-2018

DEA : MP4232601 (FL),(NY),(TX)

NPI: 119*******

Medicare B Provider: 8G0420; UPIN: Q53593

Blue Cross/Blue Shield: 8R7807

Florida Medicaid: 292595800

Florida Medicare: AA069Z

Tricare Provider-Active

Florida prescribing License: PAX0005651

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Speak, write, and read fluently in Spanish

REFERENCES

1. Reginald Sanon, DO. Ocala Regional Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, 1431 SW 1st Ave., Ocala, FL 34471. Phone: 352-***-****.

2. Steven Pollard, MD, Munroe Regional Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, 1431 SW 1st Ave, Ocala, FL 34474. Phone: 352-***-****

3. Paresh Savani, MD. West Marion Community Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine, 1431 SW 1st Ave., Ocala, FL 34471. Phone: 352-***-****.



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