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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Pablo Tirado is a family physician with specialties in crucial areas like anemia, diabetes, and hypertension. Serving the Port Saint Lucie area in a private practice setting, Dr. Tirado treats family members of all ages. He is a gentle physician, with an eye toward quick healing and ensuring that patients feel comfortable and respected. Dr. Tirado completed the combined undergrad and medical school program from University of Para School of Medicine in Belem, Brazil in 1987. He earned his MD with a class placement of 10th of 125, and completed his internship at the Santa Case de Misericordia Hospital of University of Para School of Medicine in Belem, Brazil. He came to Pennsylvania for his residency in family practice at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in McKeesport. After becoming a practicing physician, Dr. Tirado continued to faithfully pursue studies. His further training includes sessions in immunology, rheumatology, cardiology, and more. Dr. Tirado is board certified in Family Medicine, and he is certified in Neonatal Resuscitation. His publications include “Vaginal Agenesis, Presentation of Two Cases, McIndoe’s Vaginoplasty” in the Journal of the 1987 Medical Grand Round. In the past he also served as a Research Associate at the Autoimmune Clinic University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s Transplant Institute. Dr. Tirado’s awards include the prestigious Brazil – Venezuela Cultural and Scientific Exchange Scholarship. He stays plugged in with professional associations like the American Medical Association, and American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Tirado is proud to welcome patients in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Verified Patient Reviews
belongs to a great hospital will reschedule again in future1
He was very thorough and patient. I would highly recommend him.
Was excellent !!!
Seems like nice person but appointment felt rushed.
The appointment felt absentminded, I didn't feel like I actually got to voice my concerns or was taken seriously. It was rushed and unsatisfying.
Great like always.