Professional Experience:

Hospital Punta Pacifica
Fifth floor outpatient section, office # 507
November 2006 to Present Primary Care and Occupational Medicine

Panama Canal Authority
2007 to 2011
Occupational Medicine

Royal Center Medical Clinic
Panama, Rep of Panama (1995 to 2006) General Medicine and Primary Care.

Aseguradora Mundial / Mundi – Health and Pensions (1999 to 2012) Medical Consultant – Quality Assurance Program.

Universidad Latina Panama, Rep of Panama ( May 1997 to January 2006) Academic Coordinator of the Medical Pharmacology Professorship, Titular Professor in the School of Medicine, Medical School Branch.

ASSA – Insurance Company
Panama, Rep of Panama (1996 to 2006)
Primary Care Doctor for patients of the insurance group “Onix Health Plan”.

Columbus University School of Medicine
(August 1996 to September 2005)
Assistant Professor of Medical Pharmacology.

National Oncology Institute
(September 2001 to January 2004)
Attending Physician Emergency Department.

Petroleos Delta
(November 2003 to Present)
Medical Consultant General and Occupational Medicine.

POLYMER GROUP (January 1999 to December 2001) Coordinator of General Medicine and Occupational Medicine.

Vicfran Company, Colon Free Zone, Rep of Panama (January 1999 to December 2002) General and Occupational Medicine.

PROMED, S.A. (November 1995 to August 2000) Medical Consultant ( Intrahospitalary Pharmacy San Fernando Hospital Project).

Hospital Aquilino Tejeira, Cocle Province, Rep of Panama (October 1994 to September 1995) Medical Internee – Second Year of Rotating Internship – Medical Interns Coordinator (April to September 1996).

Hospital Santo Tomas Panama , Rep of Panama (August 1993 to August 1994) first year of rotating internship.

St. Joseph Hospital Pharmacy Department, Tampa, Florida USA (January 1990 to June 1993) Duties: to present to the rest of pharmacy personnel the medical point of view relating to therapy against cancer; to give specific information to doctors and nurses regarding the stability of the products mixed; to keep exact reports on the daily use protocols and on the investigation of different types of cancer.

Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, Puebla México (January 1987 to December 1987) rotatory intership.

Health and Assistance Secretary, Puebla Mexico (March 1988 to February 1989) second year rural rotatory internship

Continuing Medical Education:

Participation in Conferences and Seminars:


XXVI Interamerican Conference on Cardiology and National Conference on Cardiology, Panama 2017 34 credit hours.

Certificate in Depression and Anxiety Disorders,
Autonomous National University of Mexico, May 2017.

American College of Physicians, Panamanian Society of Internal Medicine, Panama College of Medicine
Scientific Conference of the Central American Chapter, Febrero 26th and 27th, 2016. 14 credit hours

XIV Central American Conference on Endrocrinology
March 11th and 12th, 2016, Panama City, Panama, 18 credit hours.

Accreditation: Certificate Nº 003004421  (ICH-GCP ) December 6th, 2016. 
The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal College of Physician of the United Kingdom 6CPD points. Examination  covering all aspects of Good Clinical Practice as laid down in the International Conference on Harmonisation Guidelines, US regulations (21 CFR) 2001 / 2005 the EU GCP Directives and the UK Clinical Trials Regulations 2004

XVIII National Conference on Cardiology - Panamanian Society of Cardiology
July 30th to August 2nd, 2014, Panama, 26 credit hours

XI Panamanian Oncology Assembly Cancer in Primary Care Practice (June 25-27, 2007)

Annual Conference of American College of Physician (January 26-28, 2006)

Nacional and Latinoamerican Conference in Psichiatry (October 19-21, 2006)

Annual Conference of the American College of Physicians in Panama (January 28-29, 2005)

International Oncological Conference Mexico – Panamá (February 16-19, 2005)

Panamanian Cardiology Society, XII National Cardiology Conference and Second Cardiovascular Surgery Conference (June 17-18, 2005)

Panamanian Diabetes and Nutrition Society, Seminars on Diabetes Mellitus (May 22, 2004)

Training Workshop Seminars for Primary Care Attention on Dementias, “Pontificia Universidad Javeriana” – Institute of Aging and Social Security Old Age Program ( May 27-28, 2004)

National Oncological Institute, U.S.M.A. – Marie Curie Hospital – Argentina , First Journey on Psico-Oncology (Mental Health) Nov 17-21, 2003

QSI PANAMA (Quality Service International) Principles of OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), Security System and Occupational Health – 8 hours course in Panama Lectures and Workshops (October 27, 2003)

Oncological National Institute, Conference in Palliative Care (October 25-26, 2002)

Panamanian Society of General Medicine , “Journeys on General Medicine” Updating on General Medicine (May 15-17, 2002)

University of Panama, Education Faculty, Superior Teaching Course, 40 hours, (Dec 1 – 22, 2001 )

Maritime Authority of Panama, General Directory of the People of the Sea, “Seminars on Medical Regulations, Rules, Specification Standards For The Acknowledgements / Recognition of the People of the Sea”, Authorized Examining Doctor, 8 hours ( January 30, 2001 )

Presentation Of Scientific Work

National and International Conference on General Medicine, General Medicine and Cancer from Primary Care Point of View, “The Patient with Oncological Diagnosis” Panama, Rep of Panama ( May 2003 )

Conference on Pharmaceutical Science of Central America and Caribbean, The use of Orphan Drugs in Panama . Panama , Rep of Panama (November 1996)

Bolivarian Conference on Dermatology, Presentation of Clinical Case “Cromomicosis of Queloidean Aspect” Panama , Rep of Panama (November 1995)

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