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Alan Diaz, M.D.

The son of a minister and a school teacher, a native Bronxite. Alan Diaz, MD attended Hunter College to which he obtained his associate on applied science on medical technology. His professors at school encouraged him to continue his education towards the medical field, while obtaining his Bachelor of Science on Chemistry and Mathematics. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and was accepted in Mount Sinai Medical School. While in school, he also worked as an Assistant professor in Microbiology.

Alan Diaz, MD performed his residency training at Montefiore Medical Center. He has been practicing medicine for the past 27 years and has held positions with Health and Hospitals, Our Lady of Mercy and Montefiore Medical Center.

Furthermore, Alan Diaz, MD always had a passion for teaching, in which he trained many residents while he was an attending for more than 10 years at Montefiore Medical Center. He never limited himself to students, but to patients as well. While Alan Diaz, MD loved to teach, he has always been a student and intrigued by medicine and started treating patients in Bariatric Medicine. Today, he has established a weight loss program to teach his patients about healthy ways to lose weight.

Currently, Alan Diaz, MD is a past President of the Bronx County Medical Society, now serving as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees. He is also the President Elect of the First District Branch of the Medical Society of the State of New York. He advocates for a healthier Bronx and hopes to increase resources to treat his patients.

Realba Rodriguez-Iglesias, M.D.

Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Doctor Rodriguez has an associate degree in Technical Medicine. She studied in the University of Puerto Rico where she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in General Science - Cum Laude.

She graduated from Ross University School of Medicine in 2008 and subsequently entered the residency training at Montefiore Medical Center which she fulfilled in 2011.

During training, Doctor Rodriguez was involved with the Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR). She was an advocate for residents and patients with language disparities. Also, she has been part of the Bronx CAN (CHANGE ATTITUDES NOW) Initiative for a healthier Bronx. At CAN, she was involved in teaching her patients about better and healthier food choices.

Now, she has joined forces with Doctor Alan Diaz to bring you clinical and scientific knowledge to make you healthy and to make you look good too!

Currently, Dr. Rodriguez-Iglesias is the past President Elect at the Bronx County Medical Society.