SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, June 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Francisco J. Orobitg is recognized byContinental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the field of Radiology.
Dr. Orobitg serves as a Radiologist at CT Radiology Complex and MRI Center. His expertise lies with all facets of radiology, especially mammography and
"We provide the most comprehensive diagnostic imaging services to the entire community," the complex's website states, translated from Spanish. "We provide the most comprehensive diagnostic imaging services to the entire community. Radiologists and physicians experienced and specialized in the different areas of radiology to meet the needs of all our patients. We offer the most advanced and modern tests of diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine and cardiology."
Dr. Orobitg earned his Medical degree at the Escuela de Medicina at the Universidad Central del Caribe, and completed his radiology residency at the University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus.
In recognition of his professional accomplishments, Dr. Orobitg was named to the International Association of Healthcare Professionals. When not working, he enjoys swimming and plays professional water polo, and competed in the Montreal World Water Polo Championship in 2016.
Dr. Orobitg cites Dr. Edgar Colon, Dr. Roberto Pagan and Dr. Jose T. Medina, who has worked in medicine for 63 years, as his professional mentors. He dedicates this recognition to the loving memory of his father, also named Francisco Orobitg, and is also a doctor.
For more information, visit www.ctradiologycomplex.com.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, firstname.lastname@example.org
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SOURCE Continental Who's Who
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