The American Health Council has warmly welcomed Dr. Tatiana Falcone, MD as Best in Medicine. Amassing over 21 years working within the healthcare industry, Dr. Falcone has been recognized for her contributions to child psychiatry and in her role as Director of Project Impact.
Dr. Falcone first became involved in her profession due to a natural passion for helping others. With this is mind she decided to focus her studies in Child Psychiatry and Epilepsy which would see her graduate from Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana with her MD / FAPA in 2008.
Dr. Falcone gained impressive medical experience through completing her Residency in Psychiatry and her Fellowship in Child, and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Also, Dr. Falcone contributed to Clinical Trials at Case Western Reserve University and attended Pontifical Bolivarian University Medical School.
In her current capacity, Dr. Falcone fulfils the role of Director of Project Impact at Cleveland Clinic where she demonstrates expertise in Child Psychiatry and Epilepsy. Daily responsibilities include managing care co-ordination, directing her team and providing pediatric care.
Cleveland Clinic health system includes eight regional hospitals, 16 family health centers, a children’s hospital for rehabilitation and one affiliate hospital. Cleveland Clinic is accredited by The Joint Commission, the nation’s largest accreditor of healthcare organizations. Their mission is to provide better care of the sick, investigation into their problems, and further education of those who serve.
Reflecting on her accomplishments to date, Dr. Falcone attributes her success to her ability to connect with her patients. Throughout the course of her career she is proud to have become a member of the Diversity Council and the American Psychiatrist Association. She is also recognized as a member of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology and is Certified in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
Looking to the future, Dr. Falcone aspires to grow in the field of Child Psychology. Outside of work, the esteemed doctor dedicates her time to supporting charities as a Committee Member of the Diversity Council and the Physically Ill Child Committee.
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Staff Physician and director of Project Impact at the Cleveland Clinic
- Cleveland Clinic health system includes eight regional hospitals, 16 family health centers, a children’s hospital for rehabilitation and one affiliate hospital.
Professional Awards and Honors
- APA public and Community Psychiatry Fellow from 2005–2007
- Member, APA Board of Trustees, 2006
- Child Intervention Prevention Service Fellow in child psychiatry research from 2005–2007
- Member of the APA committee in Hispanic Psychiatrist, 2007–2010
- 40 Most Successful Hispanic leaders by Kaleidoscope Magazine
- APA Transformational Leadership Award 2009–2011