Tim Ioannides is based in Port St. Lucie, Florida in the United States and the doctor earned his medical degree in dermatology from the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami. After completing his residency, he took a position working for the practice of another dermatologist. While he was at this job, Dr. Tim Ioannides was spending most of his days doing cosmetic procedures on patients and he realized that he preferred the medical side of dermatology instead. He felt that he wanted to be able to help patients on a level and started considering where he was going to take his career next.
When thinking about where he wanted his career to go next, Tim Ioannides thought about opening his own practice where he would be able to treat the issues that he wanted to. This is when he decided to open the first Treasure Coast Dermatology and today his practice has grown to include 5 different locations in Florida. He admits that when he first started his practice he was performing a lot of cosmetic procedures before being able to focus on the medicine that he wanted.
One thing that sets Tim Ioannides apart from other dermatologists is that he does not prefer to work with electronic medical records. He insists that medical professionals spend too much time looking at a computer screen instead of paying attention to the patients themselves. He also refuses to speak to representatives for different drug companies. He believes that they don’t have the best interest of his patients in mind and that they are a distraction from the other responsibilities that need to take place in his offices. The ideal for medicine of Dr. Tim Ioannides does not include taking money from drug companies that are pushing their products.
About Tim Ioannides: angel.co/tim-ioannides
Grace Farms recently created a space for a renown artist to deal with some of the uglier parts of the human race. Those involved believe those attending will have more understanding and will gain healing from the experience.
It was the hard elements of history, such as injustice, inequality, violence and race that were the topics of a performance of Past Tense. Influential American artist Carrie Mae Weems brought the passion of these issues to life in her performance at Grace Farms.
Sharon Prince Grace Farms, Grace Farms Foundation Chair and President, said the performance added a new way of looking at the dark spaces in the world and offers much hope. Ms. Prince said Ms. Weems interdisciplinary work adds a new dimension to the Farm’s mission “to create more grace and peace in the world.”
Grace Farms opened in 2015 with a mission to promote peace and grace. It is a one-of-a-kind public space where anyone can enjoy its beauty and learn of its causes to stop ongoing problems like violence and exploitation. It is free to the public and is open six days a week.
Ms. Prince, once president of the Icelandic technical outwear company 66North, now focuses her attention on battling human trafficking, child exploitation and violence against women through The Foundation. She also led the creation effort for Grace Farms, which has received acclaim for its efforts to improve social good, environmental sustainability and its contributions to architecture. Ms. Prince is a member of the board for the charity Next Generation Nepal and was appointed in 2018 to the AIA Institute Honor Awards for Architecture Jury.
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