Dermatologist Tim Ioannides Puts His Patients Above All Else

Dermatologist Dr. Tim Ioannides received his medical education from the University of Miami School of Medicine. He interned at the University of Florida School of Medicine Health Science Center. He satisfied his residency requirements in dermatology and cutaneous surgery at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital. Dr. Ioannides has been practicing for 15 years. He founded Treasure Coast Dermatology and teaches at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology.

Medicine First

After completing his schooling Dr. Tim Ioannides joined the practice of a cosmetic dermatologist. Upon deciding that treating serious skin diseases like cancer was a better use of his skills and research Dr. Ioannides left that practice and founded Treasure Coast Dermatology.

Patients Before Tech

During an exam have you ever felt the doctor was paying more attention to the computer than to you? That feeling is why Dr. Tim Ioannides doesn’t use electronic medical records. He feels that during an examination the practitioner’s attention should be solely on the patient instead of a screen so important details of the patient’s condition aren’t overlooked. Giving his patients his full attention also enables Dr. Ioannides to build a rapport with the patients.

Patients Before Reps

As Dr. Tim Ioannides sees it he and drug company representatives are at cross purposes. While Dr. Ioannides is concerned with caring for patients reps are only there to sell medication. When the drug reps visit Treasure Coast Dermatology they don’t get a second of Dr. Ioannides time. If he attends a conference financed by a pharmaceutical company Dr. Ioannides imposes a fine of sorts on himself and donates $150.00 to a no-kill animal shelter. Get Related Information Here.

Harmony Before Discord

Treasure Coast Dermatology has five offices. Dr. Tim Ioannides knows that to run a large practice efficiently the staff must function as a cohesive unit. For that reason, Dr. Ioannides will not tolerate staff members who cause trouble. He admits that keeping an agitator on staff if they were competent was once his biggest mistake as a practitioner and businessman. Non-team players are no longer tolerated at Treasure Coast.


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