Aimee Cabo Nikolov starts her talk radio show “The Cure” on Radio The Biz 880AM, 880thebiz.com

Aimee

Aimed Cabo Nikolov

Aimee Cabo Nikolov uses her experiences to help others through a radio talk show The Cure

Unconditional love conquers all”

— Aimee Cabo Nikolov

MIAMI, FL, USA, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — For Immediate Release
Aimee Cabo Nikolov
aimee@godisthecure.com
www.godisthecure.com
305-338-0568

Aimee Cabo Nikolov starts her talk radio show “The Cure” on Radio The Biz 880AM, Miami, available online on 880thebiz.com

Aimee Cabo Nikolov wants to stand against domestic violence, child abuse, unnecessary custody battles and be there for people who have suffered that or are going through these things now.

Growing up, Nikolov was at the center of a high-profile court case which the media in Miami dubbed “The Case from Hell.” This case was about the long-term sexual abuse Nikolov endured as a child.

Nikolov states, “The suffering that I experienced has shaped the person that I have become.”

Of her journey, Nikolov comments, “I want people to know that if they let God into their life, they can begin to appreciate life more. There is hope. It’s not just suffering, and everything truly does pass.”

With her bachelors in science and nursing, Nikolov and her husband went on to found both a tight-knit family and a successful company together.

“I felt that I could help others by sharing my story,” adds Nikolov, who is now releasing a book about her life’s experiences. “I was praying and I knew it was time to write this book.”

“I look at my life, and in spite of the adversity that I have overcome, my life is a success because I am happy to go to work and I am happy to come home,” says Nikolov. “For me, prayer has been a source of strength and I now see that suffering is not necessarily a bad thing.”

Nikolov wants to share her bitter experience and offer help and advise to anybody who needs it. The talk show will accept callers phoning in. As it is available online anybody can call in.

Nikolov’s newly released memoir offers an important message of hope and resilience for readers, recounting how she overcame great adversity to ultimately live a fulfilling life. “Love is the Answer, God is the Cure” is a presentation of her triumph.

Radio The Biz 880 AM Miami, online at 880thebiz.com, every Friday at 2 pm.

Boris Nikolov
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Artist Finding Inspiration at Aztec Ruins During September Residency

As an artist, it was an invaluable experience to be exposed to Japan — Any visual person will be influenced by time there.”

— Nancy Silvia, NPAF September Resident Aztec Ruins

AZTEC, NEW MEXICO, USA, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nancy Silvia, a plein air artist currently working in pastels, is spending the month of September at Aztec Ruins National Monument. With a Bachelor’s degree from Rhode Island School of Design and a Master’s degree from Yale, plus several decades of making art under her belt, she is looking forward to new interpretations of a landscape she has already come to love, since moving to Santa Fe in 2003.

Aztec Ruins’ Chief of Interpretation, Nathan Hatfield, is excited to host Ms. Silvia, and has arranged for her to present a slideshow and discussion of her work and a brief history of Artists in the National Parks at the Visitors Center at Aztec Ruins National Monument, on September 22nd, 2018 at 11:15 AM

Though she is currently working in pastels, one notices right away that the works look like paintings. As a painter first and foremost, she believes that whatever tool they’re using, a painter will naturally create a painterly product.

One of her first memories was as a small child in Connecticut, when she noticed the horizon – where the sky meets the ocean. What is interesting to note is that even in her depictions of mountains and mountain ranges, the horizon is still very present.

Ms. Silvia has also lived several years in Japan, having married her college sweetheart who hails from there, and their oldest daughter was born there. They married in 1964, not so long after the end of World War II, and while there were a few members of each family who did not approve the union at that time, she is very close to her Japanese family and made sure her children were able to visit multiples times, so that they learned both their American and Japanese heritage. This time shows in the spareness of some of her work, as well. Though she never formally studied Japanese art, “as an artist, it was an invaluable experience to be exposed to Japan,” she says. “Any visual person will be influenced by time there.”

“In Japan the importance of craft, both in life and in dedicating yourself to your art, is more prevalent than here,” and has shaped the careers of both herself and her husband, also an artist.
What Ms. Silvia enjoys about working in pastels is that they are almost broader than paint. She can make very tight photorealistic art with them, or a looser impression. As many artists agree, the freedom to interpret draws her to her craft. She can choose what to emphasize or what struck her about the subject at hand. While she has not done a planned series, she does enjoy returning to beloved subjects and seeing how they change in the light, or under different weather conditions.

Nancy’s work has been exhibited in galleries and museums and is held in public and private collections in both the USA and Japan, and recently had shows at Gallery Tokyo Eizo in Tokyo and The Coryell Gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey. Nancy has been active in the Pastel Society of New Mexico and Plein Air Painters of New Mexico and is a member of the American Society of Marine Artists, Pastel Society of America, Pastel Society of New Mexico, and Plein Air Painters of New Mexico.

Founded as an Antiquities Monument in 1923, the Monument’s buildings date from the 11th to 13th centuries, and while the misnomer attributing them to the Aztec civilization can be traced back to early American settlers, the actual construction was by Ancestral Puebloans. Pueblo history notes that the Aztec Settlement was an important waypost on the migration south and east to the Rio Grande.

Programs like Aztec Ruins artist-in-residence series, in which artists seek inspiration in the beauty and history of our national parks and agree to share their ideas with park patrons, represent some of the highest aspirations of the National Park Service, an arm of the US Department of the Interior.

The National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF), a 501(c)3 non-profit, is the only nationwide organization working with the NPS to promote arts programs, and is continually expanding its Artist-in-Residence opportunities to NPS locations nationwide. 

The NPAF encourages all types of artists to apply for these residencies, from traditional landscape painters, photographers, to performers, installations, films/video, as well as writers, poets, sound artists, and new arts media. For more information on how you can support the Aztec Ruins National Monument Artist in Residence or for more information about this and other programs, visit www.nationalparksartsfoundation.org.


John Cargill
National Parks Arts Foundation
505 715-6492
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Menadena Introduces Client Dashboards for Online Analytics

Executive discusses Menadena's marketing analytics reports

Menadena marketing analytics reports

Menadena has partnered with Agency Analytics to bring an innovative client dashboard to clients to support their clients' exposure, growth, and brand loyalty.

We looked around for months before finally coming up with the right solution. Marketing reporting is changing fast, and we wanted to find the best solution at the best price.”

— Ben Robertson

KEENE, NH, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Business analytics are notoriously difficult to track, especially when relying on multiple digital streams such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and platforms that utilize machine learning and automation.

For businesses looking to gather essential customer data, it can simply be overwhelming.

However, a company's ability to gather, synthesize and apply information in this "big data" format is becoming increasingly important to keep a competitive edge.

That’s why so many businesses are turning to business intelligence software to help them gather and comprehend the massive amounts of data at their disposal today.

Menadena is a leader in digital marketing and knows how important it is to provide business analytics tracking in an all-in-one reporting solution. The client dashboards are expected to strengthen client relationships by providing clients with a better understanding of their marketing return on investment in terms of conversions, exposure, and lead generation.

At Menadena, we know that marketing reports may come from all kinds of different sources. But how is a business manager to know which is which?

Dashboards can help clients understand the ins and outs of a variety of digital marketing strategies, including:

Search engine optimization (SEO)
● Pay per click (PPC)
● Social media
● Email marketing
● Call tracking

With this particular dashboard setup, clients will find it simple to pull analytics data from multiple sources, including Google, Bing, LinkedIn, Facebook, Yext, CallRail, MailChimp, Instagram, and Twitter. The data is quickly gathered and integrated, then sent to the client via easy-to-read marketing reports that come complete with actionable insights.

"We looked around for months before finally coming up with the right solution. Marketing reporting is changing fast, and we wanted to find the best solution at the best price. It paid for itself in the first month in terms of client satisfaction. Our customers gained immediate insights that impacted not only marketing but operations." – Ben Robertson, owner, Menadena

About Menadena

Over 10 years ago, Ben Robertson of Keene, New Hampshire, decided that he wanted to help companies experience unprecedented growth, so he came up with Menadena.

At Menadena, we have a passion for storytelling. And we know that great storytelling leads to exceptional connections.

We’re happy to connect with leaders in this arena and find innovative strategies that bring you the marketing ROI that you deserve.

Menadena welcomes new clients from all industries and from anywhere around the world. Moreover, we're ready to welcome new clients today.

Want to know more about Menadena, or this partnership? Schedule a free consult now. The best way to get started is via our website, where you can schedule an appointment or submit an inquiry immediately.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Benjamin Robertson
Menadena LLC
603-499-4590
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Caridia Capital Group Announces New Hire Jonathan Iseson

Caridia Capital is a national private commercial mortgage lender. We are very enthusiastic to announce we are welcoming a highly reputable member to our team.

BRONX, NEW YORK, USA, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jonathan has joined forces with us at Caridia Capital to increase our tri-state lending presence. He has an extensive background in financial services and has demonstrated the ability to build and develop long-term relationships. Jonathan will be responsible to help expand Caridia’s lending presence in both the Tri-State area and nationwide.

Caridia is a national private commercial mortgage lender. Located in the Bronx and previously serving the Tri-State area exclusively, Caridia Capital has opened its lending base to include most other states. We are committed to providing unbiased advice and prudent strategies for your commercial lending needs. Our Loan programs are tailored to fit any borrowing needs. Programs range from 1-30 year terms, fixed or variable rates and those with or without credit. We provide construction funding, fix and flip as well as bridge loans. Loan to value up to 90% for our best clients. Fast responsive turnaround time and quick closings to address all time sensitive matters allow us to serve anyone’s borrowing needs.

Caridia Capital is located on 4419 White Plains Rd Bronx NY 10470. You can visit our website http://caridiacapital.com/ to check out our loan programs. Have any questions? You can contact Jonathan Iseson for more information at (516) 675-1752 or email him at jiseson@caridiacapital.com. Or you could give us a call directly at (212) 461-4575 or email us at info@caridiacapital.com.

Dennis Mihalatos
Caridia Capital Group
9174107050
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Immigration Attorney Magdalena Cuprys obtains bond for client accused of domestic violence where facts are in dispute

Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Lawyer in Florida

Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Lawyer in Florida

Website Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Attorney in Florida

Website Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Attorney in Florida

Office of Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Attorney in Florida

Office of Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Attorney in Florida

Attorney profile of Magdalena Cuprys at www.solomonlawguild.com

Attorney profile of Magdalena Cuprys at www.solomonlawguild.com

Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Lawyer in Florida

Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Lawyer in Florida

South African citizen was accused of domestic violence, but he claims that he was in fact the victim; Immigration Court granted bond and release from custody

Cuprys & Associates (N/A:N/A)

this is an unfortunate case, as is every case of domestic discord. Here, the facts are contradictory as to who mistreated whom. Thus, the Immigration Court did the right thing by granting bond”

— Magdalena Cuprys, Immigration Lawyer

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cuprys and Associates announced today that immigration Lawyer Magdalena Cuprys obtained a bond and release for client Mr. C.W.M., a citizen of South Africa. C.W.M. arrived in the U.S. in 2015 and got married in 2017.

C.W.M. is now in removal (deportation) proceedings after a domestic violence incident in April 2018 when he was arrested. The facts are in dispute. His wife claims that C.W.M. acted violently and she called police. C.W.M. claims that he was the victim of manipulation and violence. C.W.M. has an asylum petition pending, and has lived peacefully in his community since 2015.

Attorney Magdalena Cuprys notes that “this is an unfortunate case, as is every case of domestic discord. Here, the facts are contradictory as to who mistreated whom. Thus, the Immigration Court did the right thing by granting bond and releasing my client from custody so that he can get his life back on track.”

The underlying case is “In the Matter of: C.W.M." (Executive Office for Immigration Review, Immigration Court, Florida).

About Magdalena Cuprys

Magdalena Cuprys received her Juris Doctor from the University of Washington School of Law. Before law school, she completed two bachelor’s degrees, one in Political Science and one in Latin American Studies, at the University of Chicago. (AB Degrees Political Science & Latin American Studies from the University of Chicago).

Magdalena Cuprys is the principal attorney of Serving Immigrants (Cuprys and Associates), a full-service immigration law firm offering a complete range of immigration services to both businesses and individuals. The law firm is uniquely qualified to manage the most contentious and unusual immigration needs.

Ms. Cuprys’ website is http://www.servingimmigrants.com

She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), see http://www.ailalawyer.com/english/AttorneyDetail.aspx?P=19738&A=40169

Her professional LinkedIn profile is at https://www.linkedin.com/in/magdalena-cuprys-61619b4/

Tiffany Ramirez
Cuprys and Associates, Serving Immigrants
305-924-1133
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Local Health Departments Work to Protect Communities During the Opioid Crisis

The National Association of County and City Health Officials Supports the Surgeon General’s Call to Erase Stigma
Associated with Opioid Addiction

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams has released the report Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Spotlight on Opioids, calling for a cultural shift in the way Americans talk about the opioid crisis, and recommending actions that can prevent and treat opioid misuse and promote recovery.

“Addiction is a brain disease that touches families across America – even my own,” said Dr. Adams. “We need to work together to put an end to stigma.”

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), representing nearly 3,000 local health departments, wholeheartedly supports Dr. Adam’s approach. Local health departments are on the front lines of this national public health crisis, working to protect and support communities across the country.

The Surgeon General is calling on all individuals to do the following:

• Talk about opioid misuse. Have a conversation about preventing drug misuse and overdose.

• Be safe. Only take opioid medications as prescribed, ensure that medication is stored in a secure place, and dispose of unused medication properly.

• Understand pain and talk with your healthcare provider. Treatments other than opioids can be effective in managing pain.

• Understand that addiction is a chronic disease. With the right treatment and supports, people do recover.

• Be prepared. Get and learn how to use naloxone, an opioid overdose-reversing drug.

“Local health departments can play a crucial role in raising awareness and educating their communities about opioid addiction, effectiveness of medication-assisted treatment, access to care and resources for those struggling,” said NACCHO Chief Executive Officer Lori Tremmel Freeman. “They are also important community partners, working across other sectors within the community, including hospital systems, healthcare delivery, mental health and substance abuse, social services, emergency services, and law enforcement, to address this epidemic.”
To learn more about NACCHO’s position on the opioid epidemic, click here.

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About NACCHO
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) represents the nation's nearly 3,000 local health departments. These city, county, metropolitan, district, and tribal departments work every day to protect and promote health and well-being for all people in their communities. For more information about NACCHO, please visit www.naccho.org.

Theresa Spinner
National Association of County and City Health Officials
2027835551
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NJ-Based Empanada Guy Celebrates Rebranding with Popular Food Trucks & Restaurants Going Nationwide

FREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY , USA, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ —
Gourmet food trucks are something that more and more people appreciate every day.
One of the East Coast's leaders in the space since 2012 has been Founder Carlos Serrano and CEO Gigi Serrano of Empanada Guy, who specializes in delicious traditional Latin dishes served with incredibly positive energy and a smile. In exciting news, and in a celebration of all that's good about the American Dream, Empanada Guy recently announced their rebranding and expansion nationwide, spreading the love with their much-more-than-addictive and fun menu and service. Building Empanada Guy from the ground up, it is now considered one of the fastest growing food truck companies in the tri-state area.

“I am so proud and excited to embark on this new chapter with my Empanada Guy staff, family, fans
and customers to reveal the exciting growth, expansion plans, and rebranding to bring our company to
the next level” commented Gigi. “Carlos always promised our girls and me when he was making
them in our home, hustling part time to sell them after his full-time job one day he would make
Empanadas mainstream by bringing them to all homes in America and it’s amazing to see it all
happening.”

Along with the official rebranding they are now fully USDA approved and will be able to distribute
their empanadas throughout the United States, news sure to excite Latino food enthusiasts near and
far.

Carlos remarked, “Back in 2012 with no marketing or branding experience I put myself in an awkward
position, but I knew my product needed transparency and connection to the consumer. By default, I
became the brand, and it was surreal to see my face on the trucks. I am fully aware I am not Brad Pitt
so now after 5 years and heading into another phase of my business I had to recreate the image in a
more relatable fashion to connect with a national audience. I want to personally thank my corporate
staff and my family for spending countless hours to help to create this new image. It’s always an
adventure in the EG World so stay tuned because it’s only the beginning."

The Empanada Guy menu offers many different highlights including beef, chicken, pork, cheese, and
chorizo empanadas; specialty sandwiches; deserts; and a wide selection of sides. Their truck, mall,
and restaurant menus all offer various choices making Empanada Guy a great decision for a day or
a night out, no matter if it's a quick bite or a full meal.

The company is happy to offer their trucks for hire for special events and in the past have frequently
served festivals of all kinds, sporting events, street fairs, parties, and much more. Reaching out to
Empanada Guy for details is simple on a special section of their website devoted to this aspect of the
business.

For more information be sure to visit http://empanadaguy.com.

About Empanada Guy:

Empanada Guy is one of the fastest growing gourmet food trucks and restaurants in the United
States. We specialize in empanadas and other traditional Latin dishes. Today, our red trucks can be
seen at events all over New Jersey, where the business began in 2012. At Empanada Guy, our passion,
values, and goals are based on one thing, the drive to succeed! We are passionate about delivering our
guests the highest quality Latin food, food, all the while, developing our people.

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Launch of the Empanada Guy Rebrand


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What I Wish People Told Me Before I decided to be an Actor with Dalyboy Hyppolite

Danny Hyppolite

Many actors beat themselves up about failing to secure a role, or blowing an audition, or even not attending a party and missing out on the chance to network.

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Everyone wants to be an actor at some or other point in their lives. And why not? After watching countless blockbusters at an early age, there aren’t many people who don’t want the glamour, fame, wealth and lifestyle that comes with being a successful actor. However, according to Dalyboy Hyppolite, an actor and director who has been on the scene for years, it’s not quite the party that everyone envisions it to be. Oftentimes, it’s hard, thankless work which sees you on set for days or weeks at a time. So with that in mind, here are a number of things that Dalyboy wishes he was told before he chose acting as a career.

-So much of acting is out of your control

What these new actors need to keep in mind is that much of being successful in acting (and many other things in life) is out of your control and in the hands of other people. “You don’t have to keep putting yourself down just because you didn’t get a call back.” Says Dalyboy Hyppolite. “Your performance might have been perfect, but someone else’s might have been slightly better. That doesn’t mean you did badly, just that someone else made the call not to hire you this time.”

-Let the movies be your school

This doesn’t mean to skip acting school entirely – acting lessons are of extreme importance, especially the basics – but one of the best ways of learning is by mimicking others, in particular those who are masters at the craft. By watching films and other media, you can take note of what the experts do and apply it to your own acting. The best part about this is the diversity that you can encounter simply by going to the cinema. And you don’t have to limit yourself to just the acting either. Films present the opportunity for studying writing, acting, direction, set design and every other discipline attached to film.

-Don’t avoid networking

“You might be slightly awkward at parties and you might not feel like going out all the time,” Says Dalyboy Hyppolite. “But networking is of vital importance if you’re going to make it in the acting game.” It’s important to meet other people in the industry, to get them asking, “who is this person?” Oftentimes, in many industries all over the world, it’s about who you know and not what you know.

Eric Ash
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Women Veterans Shine Light On Homelessness

The Women Beyond the Uniform

Maj. Jas Boothe, Founder and President, Final Salute Inc.

Skye Marshall, Black Lighning and Grey’s Anatomy

Ms. Veteran America 2018 Set for October 7th at Hollywood American Legion Post 43

It's always been women who've brought about change for other women; women veteran issues will take such an approach. These women are the epitome of what it means to ‘never leave a fallen comrade.”

— Maj. Jas Boothe, Founder and President, Final Salute Inc.

HOLLYWOOD, CA, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — An estimated 55,000 women veterans are homeless at any given time in the United States. These women take an oath to defend our country, only to return home to not have suitable assistance to help them make the transition from combat to civilian life. The Ms. Veteran America competition has changed the discussion around homeless women veterans and will shine a light on the fastest growing segment of the homeless population on October 7th.

The 25 finalists for Ms. Veteran America 2018, Presented by CACI, represent every branch of the United States military, will take the stage on Sunday, October 7th at 6:00pm at the Hollywood American Legion Post 43 in Hollywood, CA. One lucky woman veteran will accept the title of Ms. Veteran America 2018 and will travel the country advocating for homeless women veterans and their children.

Not only does Ms. Veteran America advocate for homeless women veterans and their children, but she serves as a role model, teaching and empowering young women to support, inspire and lift-up one another. Proceeds from the Ms. Veteran America competition supports the national nonprofit, Final Salute Inc. (www.finalsaluteinc.org), provide housing for homeless women veterans and their children. To date, Final Salute Inc. has supported over 5,000 Women Veterans and their children in over 30 states and territories, provided over 12,600 housing days and raised over $3 million to support homeless women veterans and their children.

Maj. Jas Boothe (CNN Hero and Oprah Winfrey Standing Ovation Recipient) is the founder of Ms. Veteran America and Final Salute Inc. She was prompted to start Final Salute Inc. and bring attention to the fastest growing segment of the homeless demographic in America, women veterans, when she was made aware that no other resources existed for them and their children. Jas was homeless during 2005-2006, due to Hurricane Katrina and her battle with head, throat and neck cancer. No resources existed to help her during that challenging time. Boothe set out to make changes.

"Historically, it has always been women who have brought about change for other women; women veteran issues will also take such an approach. All of these women have stepped forward to become a voice for a population of forgotten veterans who feel as if America isn’t listening to them. These women are the epitome of what it means to ‘never leave a fallen comrade,’” said Major Boothe.

The 2018 Ms. Veteran America competition Master of Ceremonies and Celebrity Co-Host is actor Lamman Rucker of the hit series “Greenleaf” on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). The Mistress of Ceremonies is Marissa Strock, Purple Heart Recipient, Combat Disabled Veteran, Glamputee and comedian.

Other special and celebrity guests include Catherine Bach (Daisy Duke from Dukes of Hazzard); Skye Marshall (Black Lightening and Grey’s Anatomy); Gina Monreal (NCIS Co-Executive Producer); Dr. Jen Welter (the First Female NFL Coach) and performances by Cowboy Jax (Army Veteran and Singer) and Willa Amai (We Are Hear).

The 2018 Ms. Veteran America competition will be held October 7th at 6:00pm at the Hollywood American Legion Post 43 in Hollywood, CA. Event tickets may be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-ms-veteran-america-competition-tickets-48624111025

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About Ms. Veteran America
The Ms. Veteran American competition highlights more than the strength, courage and sacrifice of our nation’s military women – it also reminds us that these women are mothers, daughter, sisters and wives. Ms. Veteran America is also a role model, teaching and empowering young women and girls to support, inspire and uplift one another. The Ms. Veteran America competition has assisted Final Salute Inc. in raising over $370,000 to combat homelessness among women veterans. www.ms.veteranamerica.org

Rusty Foster
Bow Tie Strategies
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Dr. David Anthony Miranda reflects on medical career highlights

Dr David Anthony Miranda

During three decades in medicine, Dr. David Anthony Miranda has traveled the length and breadth of the U.S.

WESTLAKE HILLS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — An experienced medical professional with a drive to care for underserved, predominantly rural populations, it was this desire which led to Dr. David Anthony Miranda's expertise as an emergency locum tenens physician. In almost 30 years, the doctor has spent time in California, New York, Mississippi, Texas, and elsewhere across the U.S.

"As an undergraduate at UCLA, the University of California, Los Angeles, I used to volunteer tutoring science and math to disadvantaged high school students in the, then turbulent South-Central district of the city, exasperated by the recent Rodney King shooting and subsequent riots and looting," reveals Dr. Miranda. “During my summers I volunteered at San Francisco General Hospital working in the Emergency Department, helping its large homeless and indigent population. That’s where I first felt a desire to become an emergency room doctor,” he adds. Later attending medical school in New York City at Cornell University Medical College, followed by a residency at North Shore University Hospital, the doctor then chose to complete his trauma rotations at Lincoln Hospital, the large county hospital in the South Bronx district of New York.

"Located in the crime-ridden South Bronx of the 1990s," says the emergency locum physician, "I found enrichment in taking care of people from economically stressed and medically underserved communities."

Dr. Miranda then took his first job out of residency in South Mississippi, working within rural populations and with strictly limited specialty back-up. "Here, I honed my ability to become independent in practice, and thus a highly self-reliant emergency medical physician," he adds.

In 2008, he was chosen by his employer, a Texas-based provider of Emergency Medicine services that he’d already been working with for two years, to help start their locums division. “Because I was efficient with patient management, dependable with my assignments, and flexible with my schedule, I was the ideal candidate for them to choose to help make the locums division a success,” Dr. Miranda adds.

Having already worked at over ten different emergency departments throughout Central, North, and East Texas, Dr. Miranda went on to further hone his ability to rapidly adapt and overcome, by either starting up new contracts or turning around existing, distressed agreements. Says Dr. Miranda, wrapping up, "this is exactly why I was selected by my prior employer to run their locums division, as it's very much what I do best."

Dr. Miranda’s prior employer has been bought out by a larger emergency medicine group, a pattern of consolidation that’s trending in the industry of Emergency Medicine. He now continues to work part-time traveling to help out small rural emergency departments. “ That’s where the real need is for coverage, the
big cities already have enough doctors wanting to work. It’s the rural communities that are suffering because of Emergency Physician shortage,“ he says.

In addition to practicing Medicine, Dr. David Miranda is also a partner of Fit-Life MD, a physician-owned medical wellness and fitness clinic in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Miranda's other interests include taking care of his own personal health with daily exercise, investing in the stock market, as well as the clinical teaching of medical students and residents.

Eric Ash
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