In his spare time, Dr. Alejandro Alvarado enjoys going outdoors and spending time with his family, tasting different flavors of food, listening to music and taking in the fresh air. After his formal training, he worked for the Ministry of Health in Venezuela for eight years. In addition to providing free dental care through the Healing Hands Outreach Program, he also dedicates hundreds of hours of volunteer work in the community, such as volunteering at a local pantry or volunteering at his local church.
After leaving Venezuela, Dr. Alvarado moved to the United States, where he completed his postgraduate studies with a stint in orthodontics at the John Hopkins University School of Medicine. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Dentistry from Louisiana State University in New Orleans and became a diplomat of the American Board of Orthodontics for his ability to provide high quality patient care. After eight years of service to the Costa Rican government in the Department of Health in his home country, he graduated from the University of California, San Diego, with a bachelor's degree and moved to Connecticut with his wife. During his three years in Connecticut, Dr. Porras forgot his profession as a dentist and his passion for dental care and volunteering.
He felt honoured to work in the cat hospital St. Petersberg, where he improved his knowledge and his handling. Dr. Guia moved back to Florida in 2014 and has been working as an orthodontist in a private practice ever since. When he is not caring for his patients, he enjoys spending time with his family, his wife and their three children, and his pets.
Michelle can't wait to continue helping to save lives and promote pet welfare. She is looking forward to her next days at work and to changing the lives of our pets!
ENT doctors in South Florida will continue to monitor the current challenges and prepare to ensure that all of our patients receive the quality care they deserve.
SFENTA (tm) also works with referral providers to ask that patients who are known to have COVID-19 should not be sent to our practice. If you have flu - such as symptoms such as fever, cough, headache or sore throat - please call your healthcare provider and ask to speak to a member of staff who will advise you on further information and treatment suggestions. This protocol is mentioned in the call centre reception flyer and is followed when a patient informs staff that he has travelled outside the country within the last 14 days, is in contact with someone known or suspected of having the COID 19 virus and infects patients in a country to which he has travelled to the affected area. If you have experienced symptoms similar to flu or other respiratory disease in your local area, if you have not had fluorescence, Like symptoms that have occurred in the last 14 days in one or another country, contact one of our staff to decide whether or not you should visit one of these centres.
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You can receive separate bills from other health care providers, and they may or may not participate in the same health insurance plan as your institution. You should contact the health care provider that provides your services and the insurance plans in which you participate. Click here for a list of services your healthcare provider or medical practice can provide during your visit to Baptist Health facilities. During your visit to our facilities, you may have received services from your doctor, your medical practice or any other medical service provider who is not your own doctor.
Patients' bills can vary depending on the severity of the illness and individual care needs, with the average cost for an individual being $1,000 to $2,500 and for a family of four $3,200. Some patients require special treatment, and allergy sufferers at Soffer Health can offer personalized allergy treatment so you don't have to travel to Doral.
Your legs won't look better in a dress or skirt, but you'll enjoy the personalized care you'll get faster, and then there's no reason to hide out on the Doral golf course to go out with friends in fear because you'll be able to wear shorts again.
Our goal is to keep you healthy, reduce the spread of infections and ensure that you have accurate information. If you have flu - like symptoms - please come to our office and ask for an appointment with Dr. Carolina Guia at 305 - 574 - 9526. Call us at (305) 574-9526, or make an appointment for Dr. CarolinaGuia today.