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Dr. Rosa has dedicated his career to listening to his patients and finding ways he can help them, going so far as tailoring their medications to meet their lifestyles.
TRUMBULL, CT, May 15, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Joseph A. Rosa, MD, FACE, has been recognized for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in medical practice.
Dr. Rosa specializes in endocrinology in metabolism and diabetes care. He earned a Bachelor of Science from Fordham University before obtaining an MD from Universidad Del Noreste, Escuela De Medicina in Tampico, Mexico. Following that, he completed a residency program at St. Vincent's Hospital and went on to complete a fellowship in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. Dr. Rosa is certified in internal medicine, endocrine, diabetes and metabolism.
A member of the American Diabetes Association, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and a fellow at the American College of Endocrinology, Dr. Rosa is also affiliated with the American College of Physicians and is the past president of the American Diabetes Association for the Connecticut area. In his 29 years of practice, Dr. Rosa has been the recipient of numerous accolades, including recognition as a Top Doctor in Greenwich Magazine, Top Doctors in Fairfield County, New York Metro Area's Top Doctors, Vitals.com Top 10 Doctor by State, a Compassionate Doctor Award, inclusion in the American Diabetes Association Hall of Merit, St. Vincent Medical Center's De Paul Award, Castle Connolly Top Doctor, a Patients' Choice Award, and Bridges to Excellence Recognition for Diabetes Care.
Dr. Rosa attributes his success to his mentor, Dr. Carl Malchoff. Inspired to pursue medicine by his father, mother, and grandmother - who were diabetics - he wanted to learn as much as he could to help make a difference in people's lives, as such disorders disrupt their quality of life. Dr. Rosa has dedicated his career to listening to his patients and finding ways he can help them, going so far as tailoring their medications to meet their lifestyles.
The highlight of his career has been reducing the amputation rate in people with diabetes in Bridgeport. In the coming years, Dr. Rosa hopes to delve further into academics to teach medical students what he has learned. He also intends to write a book on diabetes for patients using layman's terminology, continue to work to give back, and make a difference in the lives of his patients.
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