Board-certified in dermatology, Dr. Raymond Ramirez earned a medical degree from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine. During his family medicine residency, he discovered an interest in dermatology.
In pursuit of this passion, Dr. Ramirez worked as a malignant melanoma research fellow for three years at the University of California at San Francisco’s Mount Zion Cancer Center, followed by a year of dermatology medication research at Northwestern University. Dr. Ramirez completed his dermatology residency at Lutheran Medical Center in New York. He has lectured at the UCF College of Medicine and is an adjunct professor with Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Ramirez has regularly trained medical students, interns and physician assistants, focusing on the art of the differential diagnosis. He educates the public and medical professionals about sun protection, skin cancers and malignant melanoma.
Dr. Ramirez’s main hobby is just being “Taxi Cab Ray,” shuttling his kids to their activities. Nevertheless, he cherishes the time he gets to spend with his wife and family. Beyond his daily parental obligations, Dr. Ramirez and his family love planning family trips and dressing up in funny costumes for 5K and mud runs.