Juan G. Arroyo Rosas, M.D.

Education

Residency in Pediatrics, Jul. 1982 – May1985

San Juan City Hospital

Doctor in Medicine

University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
Medical Sciences Campus, San Juan, PR

B.S. Biology

Universidad de Puerto Rico. Río Piedras, PR, Aug. 1972 – May 1976

Magna cum laude

USA Citizen

Working experience

Pediatric Medical Director of all Primary Care Centers and Pediatrician, May 2017 – Present40 hours per week

Florida Family Primary Care Center (FLFPCC)
Administrative duties: Provide supervision and evaluation to all pediatric providers, organize pediatric providers clinical and on-duty schedules. Approval of pediatric referrals.

Clinical duties: Provide direct outpatient clinical care to newborns, infants, children and adolescents. Maintain consistent level of quality of care offered to patients.

Medical Director Riverview Center

Florida Family Primary Care Center (FLFPCC)

Administrative duties: Provide supervision and evaluation to all pediatric providers, organize pediatric providers clinical and on-duty schedules.

Approval of pediatric referrals.

Pediatrician

Florida Family Primary Care Center

Duties: Provide direct outpatient clinical care to newborns, infants, children and adolescents. Maintain consistent level of quality of care offered to patients. Responsible of interviewing new candidates for job positions and training of newly employed providers.Administrative and clinical contributions: developed pediatric templates for the medical electronic record for FLFPCC, developed the guide to accomplish HEDIS requirements, developed and implementation of effective techniques for organizing patient’s appointment list in the front desk, and developed of ADHA protocol for FLFPCC

Emergency Department Medical Director

Puerto Rico Children’s Hospital
Duties: Direct and supervise ER personnel. Mentoring and supervision of medical students. Monitor the pediatric team to ensure compliance with policies and regulatory Joint Commission requirements. Maintain consistent level of quality of care offered to patients. Oct. 2012 – Feb. 2015 40 hours per week

Pediatric Private Practice

Child and Adolescent Specialist
San Jorge St. #253 Suite 2-A, Santurce, PR
Duties: Provide direct inpatient and outpatient clinical care tone w borns, infants, children and adolescents. Oct. 2012 – Feb. 2015 20 hours per week

Pediatric Medical Director

COSSMA (330 Federally Qualified Health Center)
Cidra, P.R.
Duties: Provide direct outpatient clinical care to newborns, infants, children and adolescents. Monitor the pediatric team to ensure compliance with policies and regulatory requirements. Maintain consistent level of quality of care offered to patients. Nov. 2010 – Oct. 2012 40 hour per week

Committee President

For the accreditation of the Patient Centered Medical Home –COSSMA. Nov. 2011 – Oct. 2014 4 hours per week

Medical Claims Consultant

SSS and CCC Health Insurance
Duties: Review and approve/disapprove pediatric claims (PICU andNICU hospitalizations). 2010 5 hours per week

Pediatric Private Practice

Child and Adolescent Specialist
San Jorge St. #253 Suite 2-A, Santurce, PR
Duties: Provide direct inpatient and outpatient clinical care tonewborns, infants, children and adolescents. Mar. 1988 – Nov. 2010 ~56 hours per week

Assistant Professor

University of Puerto Rico - School of Medicine
San Juan, PR
Duties: Participate in the education of residents and medical students. Feb. 2005 – Present

Assistant Professor

Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine
PO Box 60327, Bayamón, P.R 00960-6032.
Duties: Participate in the education of residents and medical students. Dec. 2012 – Present

Member Credential Committee

MAPFRE Health Insurance Company, San Juan, PR
Duties: Evaluate and determine eligibility of medical providers. Aug. 2006 – Nov. 2010

Sub-Director of the Department of Pediatrics

Hospital del Maestro, San Juan, P.R.
Duties: Assist Medical Director - Ensures compliance with policies and regulatory requirements and maintains consistent level of quality of care offered to patients. Aug. 1994 – Apr. 1998.

Medical Director

Adolescent Program, Naranjito, PR
National Public Health Service
Duties: Clinical leader of the medical facility, monitor the working team to ensure compliance with policies and regulatory requirements and maintains consistent level of quality of care offered to patients. Provide direct outpatient clinical care to adolescents. Jul. 1986 – Aug. 1988 40 hours per week.

Pediatrician

Center for Family Medicine, Naranjito, PR
National Public Health Service
Duties: Provide direct outpatient clinical care to newborns, infants, children and adolescents. Jun. 1985 – Nov. 1985 40 hours per week