Dr. Yael Myers is a Board Certified physician who specializes in Internal Medicine. She started her medical career as an undergraduate at prestigious Princeton University where she was a pre-medical student and graduated with honors in Psychology. She then attended medical school in Manhattan at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and went on to complete her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2001.
Dr. Myers has been practicing Internal Medicine in South Florida since completing her training at the University of Miami. She has divided her time between office practice, Hospitalist work and teaching medical students because she believes that the combination of all three realms makes the best, most well-rounded physician for her patients.
Dr. Myers is currently an Associate Clinical Professor at FIU Medical School where she teaches students during their clinical rotations at her office and on campus. She has served on the Peer Review Committee at North Shore Medical Center and has been a prior Vice Chairman at the Miami Jewish Federation’s Maimonides Society. She served on the Advisory Board of St. Catherine’s Rehabilitation Center/Catholic Health Services for many years. Dr. Myers was also a prior Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at Nova Southeastern University’s Medical and DO Programs and at Barry University where she taught PA students. She has also appeared on South Florida’s local television stations discussing contemporary medical topics such as cardiovascular health, bone health, diet concepts and the affects of stress on longevity.
Dr. Yael Myers is a self-proclaimed people lover. She is thoroughly patient oriented and does not belong to a hospital corporation nor to a business center, thereby affording her patients with the most neutral ability to refer to whomever is the best match for their needs, should they need a specialist or procedure. She welcomes her long-standing and new patients to her practice in Aventura or by tele-visit.