Dr. Joseph Rosado
Dr. Joseph Rosado was born in New York City and raised in the Bronx.
After spending several years in central Florida working as an EMT/P, Dr. Rosado realized his passion for the medical profession. He started chiropractic school at Life College in Marietta, GA where he graduated with a BS degree in Clinical Nutrition and a doctor of chiropractic degree.
After practicing for several years, he went on to Universidad Central del Este, in San Pedro de Macoris where in 2001 he graduated with his medical degree. After working as physician and clinic Director in Salt Lake City, UT, team physician for the Costa Rican Institute of Recreation and Sports, and staff physician at Hospital Metropolitano in San Juan, PR; Dr. Rosado relocated back to Florida. In 2005 Dr. Rosado completed his MBA in Health Care Management from University of Phoenix.
Once back in Florida, he worked as the Director of the Communicable Disease Division/ Epidemiology and immunization departments as well as the Sr. Lead Physician at ST. Johns County Health Department. Dr. Rosado then moved on to Tricounty Hospital in Williston, FL to be the medical director, and also worked in a private practice with the Institute of Medical and Cardiovascular Excellence (IME/ICE) in Williston and The Villages providing primary and functional/regenerative care. Upon resigning from both Tricounty Hospital and ICE, he has worked as a physician at the North FL Evaluation and Treatment Center in Gainesville, FL, Pinellas County Jail in Clearwater, FL, Escambia County Jail in Pensacola, FL, North East Family Health Source in Pierson, Deltona and Deland, FL, Genesis Family Practice in Orange City, FL and Comprehensive Health Center in Orlando, FL.
In 2015 Dr. Rosado took both the Florida Physicians Cannabis Course and the Florida Cannabis Medical Directors Course.
Presently, he is practicing in Ormond Beach, FL (East Volusia County), providing General Medicine services, Suboxone Therapy and Medical Cannabis recommendations in a high volume pain management clinic to patients that have been and/or are on opiates and want to be “weaned off of” opiates; and, on a monthly basis volunteers at Shepherd’s Hope Community Clinics in Central Florida.