Dr. Bejar completed his medical training and
        Fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Ohio and is a former Director
        of Nephrology at the Cleveland Clinic Florida. He is Board
        Certified in both Internal Medicine and Nephrology. Dr. Bejar’s
        areas of interest include diabetic nephropathy and kidney
        disease in autoimmune disorders. He also completed a special
        Fellowship in renal stone management and has been honored with
        the “Top Doc” award for many years. This year, Dr. Bejar was
        recognized as a “Best Doctor” by both the New York Times and U.
        S. News and World Report. He was also named as a “Top
        Nephrologist” in Boca Raton. Dr. Bejar is on the faculty of Nova
        Southeastern University School of Medicine where he lectures
        students in Nephrology and also monitors residents as well. Dr.
        Bejar is the Vice Chief of Staff at Imperial Point Medical
        Center, managing this busy department as the hospital undergoes
        tremendous expansion. He was previously Chairman of Credentials
        (for which he was honored for his service) and Vice Chief of
        Medicine at IPMC. He continues to lecture nationally,
        particularly on the topic of Refractory Hypertension and
        Pharmacology as it pertains to hypertension. Dr. Carlos Bejar is
        honored by the North Broward Hospital districtDr. Bejar is
        recognized by The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS),
        a non-profit organization, which assists 24 approved medical
        specialty boards in the development and use of standards in the
        ongoing evaluation and certification of physicians. ABMS,
        recognized as the “gold standard” in physician certification,
        believes higher standards for physicians means better care for
        patients. Dr. Bejar is a KOL (Key Opinion Leader) for a
        pharmaceutical company and is an active lecturer. He also sits
        on the Medical Review Board for chronic kidney disease patients
        in the State of Florida Network 7.