Alma Mas-Ramirez M.D.
A native of Puerto Rico, Alma Mas-Ramirez, M.D., graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Biology from the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaquez Campus. Dr. Ramirez completed her medical degree at the University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences Campus, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Chapter. In 2011 she became a clinical research fellow at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami. Upon completion of her research fellowship, Dr. Ramirez returned to the University of Puerto Rico where she completed her Ophthalmology Residency while providing care to the island’s most under-served populations. Dr. Ramirez returned to the U.S. to pursue a fellowship in Glaucoma at renowned Kresge Eye Institute at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. After completing her fellowship, Dr. Ramirez remained at the Kresge Eye Institute as an Associate Professor, where she supervised and trained residents in clinical and surgical procedures. Dr. Ramirez was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award in 2018 for her efforts.
Dr. Ramirez relocated to south Florida in 2018 where, as a Board Certified, Glaucoma Fellowship-trained Ophthalmologist she provides the services of diagnosis, treatment, laser therapy and surgical management of glaucoma and other related eye disease. Dr. Ramirez also masters the latest innovative technologies for cataract surgery.
The eldest of three, Dr. Ramirez is the daughter of Luis Mas, an agronomist, and Alma Ramirez, a nurse. Her younger sisters are also accomplished in their fields of industrial engineering and medical technology. Dr. Mas Ramirez and her husband, Dr. Juancarlo Martinez, pulmonologist, interests include cooking, watching and participating in sports, traveling, enjoying the beach, while spending time with their family and their cat and dog.