Dr. Ali Roboubiat is a Physician and a Medical Advisor in implementing and training electronic medical devices and sensors. He completed his MD in medicine in 2001 From Gilan University of Medical Sciences, Iran. He also completed his residency in Forensic Medicine and Clinical Toxicology From Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran, in 2014. He has 21 Years of Clinical and Hospital Experience Performing Medical Procedures and Minor Surgeries. He Is Also Instructing at a Higher Education Level in the U.S. He Is Well-Versed in Medical Device Implementation, Patient Training, and Physiologic Patient Monitoring. He worked as Blood Sugar Control Program Assistant, Patient Monitoring Coordinator, and Advisor at East Alabama Endocrinology Clinics in Opelika and Columbus. Remote Patient Monitoring Trainer at Columbus (August 2020 to February 2021). Remote Physiologic Patient Monitoring (Through Electronic Medical Devices, Apps, Auto-Calls) And Chronic Care Management. Remote Patient Monitoring Coach at Athens Heart Center and Health Wealth Safe, LLC - Columbus, GA (March 2019 to July 2020). Adjunct Instructor at Virginia College - Columbus, GA (June 2018 to December 2018), He Has Instructed Medical Sciences, Legal Medicine, Medical Ethics, Environmental Sciences, and Current USA Regulatory Rules Regarding Medical Professionals to the Certified Medical Assistant and Surgical Technologist Programs Students, Performing and Directing In-Class, Semi Semester and Final Exams, and Also Conducting the Other Students’ Evaluations and Also the College Dean. Medical Volunteer at Mercy Medical Clinic - Auburn, Al (October 2017 to July 2018)- He Has Helped the Clinic Physician in visiting patients daily and During Medical Procedures.
General Practitioner and Physician at Dr.Sepir Hospital - Tehran (2012 to 2015). Primary Physician of Emergency Department. He was also a member of the cardio-vascular resuscitation team, responsible for keeping cardiovascular circulation. General Practitioner (G.P) at self-owned medical office - Astaneh Ashrafieh (2003 to 2012). General Medical Practice, Consulting and Treating Drug-Abuse Cases, Performing Minor Surgeries, and Dermatology. General Practitioner (G.P) At the Health and Treatment Ministry of Iran - Khalkhal (2001 to 2003) Head of Rural Health Centers. Pharmacy Department Supervisor at the Health Center. Active in Participating in Infectious Disease Control, Including Malaria, Tuberculosis, and Lyme Disease, According to the Country Guidelines. Active in Participating in Non-infectious Disease Control, Such as Diabetes and Hypertension, and Supervising the Related Health Houses’ Performance and Vaccination Programs.