Carlos Ramos, MD

“I am a devout believer that compassionately educating patients and their loved ones about their health is the most powerful form of medicine. I am committed to the thought that once a patient understands their disease process and that professionalism need not preclude a deeply-rooted sense of compassion, that the road to healing has been paved. The rest is simply guidance, support, and faith in my patients.”

Get to know Me

“I have healed with compassion in multiple hospitals along the East Coast from New York down to Puerto Rico, including major hospitals in Tampa Bay such as Tampa General, St. Joseph’s, multiple Florida Hospital Campuses, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, and James A. Haley VA Hospital.

I completed my Medical Degree at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, where I also completed my Internal Medicine residency with a focus in acute care medicine. I have written multiple editorials in the area of narcotic overdose management, and have even been featured in multiple publications, including The Rolling Stone for my work regarding management guidelines in acetyl-fentanyl overdose.

I live with my domestic partner and together we are the proud parents of four pit bulls known for their aggressive licking, lap-sitting, and snuggling. My oldest son and pack alpha (a French bulldog named Draco) makes the fifth of our dogs, making me jokingly nick-named by my family, Dr. Doolittle!

In my spare time, I can be found engaging in a variety of pastimes, most notably martial arts, cooking, and fine arts. I am very dedicated to multiple community causes, including eco-preservation, humane animal treatment, and cancer support.

It would be my privilege to heal you with compassion.”

Words I Live By

“You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice.”