Joseph W. Brown, D.P.M. - Brandywine Podiatry 2015
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PRESENT POSITION
Podiatrist, Brandywine Podiatry: 8/2020

EDUCATION
Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine: 05/2017
New York College of Podiatric Medicine - New York, NY
Bachelor of Science: Biology, 05/2013
Dominican College of Blauvelt - Orangeburg, NY
  • Minored in History

CERTIFICATIONS
  • Delaware State Licence E1-0000263
  • ABFAS Board Qualified

AWARDS
  • United Health Services Hospitals Chief Resident Award
  • Arthur Steinhart memorial award for Excellence in Podiatric Medicine
  • Beta Beta Beta Honor Society
  • Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society
  • Dominican College Dean's List (2011) (2012) (2013)
  • Second place in poster session of the regional Beta Beta Beta Honor Society conference
  • Dominican College Leadership Award (2012) and (2013)
  • Stanley F. Nowicki Memorial Award
  • SS Seward Alumni Scholarship
  • American Legion Scholarship
  • Provident Bank Scholarship
  • Presidential Award for Academic Excellence

MINI-FELLOWSHIPS
  • Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics (2019)
  • Podiatric Dermatology Fellowship (Bako) (2018)

EXPERIENCE

Podiatrist, 8/2020-Current | Brandywine Podiatry – Wilmington Delaware
  • Provided exceptional care for patient’s physical ailments
  • Practiced Podiatric medicine in the clinic setting.
  • Diagnosis and treatment for all types of patients and podiatric pathologies
  • Applied most up to date conservative and surgical care to meet patients needs
  • Teamed with other physicians, specialists and health care providers to provide well-rounded care for all patients.

Chief Resident, 07/2019 to 6/2020 | United Health Services – Johnson City, NY
  • Educated junior residents and students on equipment functionality and diagnostic testing interpretation and results, addressing inquiries regarding interpretation and testing.
  • Led diverse team of residents and administrative professionals in day-to-day clinic and hospital activities such as patient care, new education development and patient relations.
  • Educated and mentored medical students.
  • Applied continuous process improvement strategies to enhance case management, programs and clinical management.
  • Practiced Podiatric medicine in clinic and hospital facility, providing diagnosis and treatment for all types of patients.
  • Teamed with other physicians, specialists and health care providers to provide well-rounded care for complex cases.
  • Met with patients to discuss medical histories and current complaints.

Resident, 07/2017 to 6/2020 | United Health Services – Johnson City, NY
  • Ordered and executed diagnostic tests and analyzed diagnostic images to further investigate patient conditions.
  • Established collaborative and constructive relationships with patients and families by effectively and sympathetically discussing serious, sensitive and difficult topics.
  • Integrated findings from history and physical examinations into reasonably ordered differential diagnoses.
  • Provided patient education and counseling, covering health status, test results, disease processes and discharge planning.
  • Participated in assigned educational activities, including conferences, rotations, period testing and advisory meetings.
  • Anticipated patients' needs, conducted discharge planning and created individualized disease management and prevention plans, including patient self-management and behavior change.
  • Performed initial and ongoing assessments of patients' medical, physical and psychosocial status.
  • Educated patients on preventive measures, healthy lifestyle and procedures to achieve optimum patient outcomes.

Laboratory Technician, 01/2011 to 01/2012 | Nathan Kline Institute, Emotional Brain Institute – Orangeburg, NY
  • Ensured purity of specimens collected through laboratory protocols and requirements
  • Kept laboratory in compliance with all applicable guidelines and laws.
  • Set up, maintained and verified sterility of lab equipment and tools.
  • Collect tissue samples with focus on accuracy and adherence to aseptic techniques.
  • Executed corrective actions when test controls were outside specified limits.

AFFILIATIONS
  • Member, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, 2013 to Current