What is your patient care philosophy?
My patient philosophy is to provide OB/GYN care to the best of my abilities. When a patient comes back for a follow up appointment expressing her gratitude and letting you know the positive impact you had in improving her quality of life, that is the best reward in this profession you can have.
What would you like people to know about you as a physician/provider?
I received my Medical Doctor’s degree at the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine in 1989. I trained in OB/GYN at Hospital Eduardo Garrido in Caguas PR, affiliated to University of Puerto Rico OB/GYN Residency program in 1993. I was Assistant Professor at the UPR School of Medicine for the OB/GYN resident program for 15 years. I was also in private practice in Puerto Rico for 8 years and have experience working in a federally qualified health center.
How does your work improve lives?
My work improves lives by providing dedicated care to my patients
What else would you like to share about yourself?
I moved to Florida in 2016 to make a change in my career, leave the hospital life and the night shifts behind to dedicate more quality time with my family, for myself and keep working at what I do best. I wanted to have more balance. Hobbies include cars, learning how to play electric guitar. My favorite sports are baseball and hockey.