Todd Belok

Todd Belok

Mental Health Technician, Temple University Hospital Episcopal Campus

Currently employed at Temple University Hospital Episcopal Campus

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    Todd Belok is a mental health technician at Temple University Hospital, where he works in the Episcopal Campus assisting patients throughout three acute and two extended-stay units. Todd Belok's responsibilities include providing patients with guidance through daily activities and group sessions, and responding to events in the Crisis Response Center. Previously, Mr. Belok lived and worked in the Washington, D.C. metro area for several years, most recently serving as a patient care technician at the Children’s National Medical Center. Over the course of two years, he assisted in routine medical procedures and led a pilot quality improvement program for newborn metabolic screenings. His professional background also includes experience as an emergency medical technician with American Medical Response and the Capitol Heights Volunteer Fire Department. In addition to his professional activities, Todd Belok is in the process of earning his MS in biomedical science from Drexel University, with a projected graduation date of 2016. He earned BA in political science from George Washington University in 2012. An active traveler, he enjoys backpacking through national parks, and has visited the mountains of Patagonia, Chile as well as parts of the Appalachian Trail.



Mental Health Technician

At Temple University Hospital Episcopal Campus

From June 2015 to Present

Mental Health Technician

At Temple University Hospital Episcopal Campus

From 2015 to Present

Drexel University, Philadelphia

Master of Science, Drexel University

From August 2014 to May 2015

Patient Care Technician

At Children's National Medical Center

From May 2012 to July 2014

Psychiatric Technician

At Psychiatric Institute of Washington

From April 2011 to December 2012