After the 2020 pandemic i believe that everyone agrees that healthcare professionals are more important than ever. That’s why today i want to discuss about someone who impressed the local community with his dedication to helping others while improving himself as a medical professional.
Get to know Timothy Argeroplos and some of his health management expert achievements: Not afraid of challenges he took on many leadership positions and volunteer positions, including Orientation Advisor, Anatomy Teaching Assistant, and on the board for the medical honor society. He received several rewards for research poster presentations and was responsible for initiating a clinical trial during residency.
Timothy Argeroplos also does a lot of volunteer activity, helping communities and the ones in need. Educated and screened the local community for HIV. Used clinical interviewing skills to determine risk factors. Volunteer with local church at Grace Care Mobile Soup Kitchen, to serve the impoverished community of Long Island, providing hot meals and basic groceries.
Managed new account acquisition and implementation for a small business, improving customer experiences for sustainability. Developed an effective sales process with focus on in person marketing of business to business accounts. Served as a primary point of contact for new customer concerns. Completed a general surgery, internal medicine combined internship, directing medical care under the supervision of an attending physician. Handled initial and ongoing diagnostic evaluations, follow up and post acute care treatment. Worked as a junior and senior resident in the intra-operative setting and intensive care unit as an anesthesiology resident.
About Timothy Argeroplos : As a young physician, seeking a new non clinical career path, I can bring highly effective interpersonal communication skills from my time as a resident physician to any field. Have a proven track record in leadership positions from medical school to present. Incredibly resilient and determined to make a difference in the healthcare sector. Have proven performance in the medical research field, developing early stage clinical trial protocols through IRB approval.