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Dr. Nunez was born in Colombia, South America. He received his Medical Doctor Degree from “La Universidad Nacional De Colombia” in Bogota in 1978. He practiced different fields of Medicine and Surgery in Colombia and then completed his residency program in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the New York Medical College, School Of Medicine at the Metropolitan Hospital Center in Manhattan in 1998 . Before Founding Soma Medical Center, P.A., he practiced in different facilities in NY, NJ and Florida.

Since year 2000 he has been working as Medical Director in Soma Medical Center, P.A. and he has been certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is an ACLS certified and licensed to practice Medicine in the State of Florida.


Dr. Mandelblum, husband and father of 4 children, now entering his 27th year in medical practice was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. Where, in 1988 he received his Medical Doctor degree from the “Universidad de los Andes”. After several years of rural practice where he served primarily the underprivileged population, and conducted research in cornea transplant and glaucoma, he decided to pursue postgraduate training in the United States. Once he fulfilled the requirements of the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, Dr. Mandelblum completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the prestigious Albert Einstein School of Medicine in Long Island, New York. Before joining SOMA in 2013, he practiced private medicine in Bradenton, Florida where he also was the Medical Director for a rehabilitation center for patients with dementia and brain injuries.

In addition, Dr. Mandelblum has served as a board member and chairman on several different hospital committees in the East and West coasts of Florida. He was also the physician for the athletic youth program conducted by the Bradenton Police. In 2008, Dr and Mrs. David Mandelblum were honored with the “Tree of Life” award from the Jewish National fund in recognition for their outstanding commitment to their community and the country of Israel. Dr. Mandelblum has also been a guest speaker for several pharmaceutical companies and Azteca TV 48 on topics such as hypertension, lipid disorders, osteoporosis, and other health related topics. He also participated as a co-investigator for pharmaceutical trials. He is a part of FIU’s faculty as a clinical instructor.

Homeland security also appointed him as a civil surgeon for immigration medical exams. Dr. Mandelblum is committed to provide the best care possible for his patients with compassion and respect. As said in the Hippocratic Oath, “I experience the joy of healing those who seek my help.”


Angela Ayrosa is a Board-Certified Adult-Geriatric Nurse Practitioner. She began her career in health care working in a community hospital in Boynton Beach, Fl. Since that time, she has logged nearly 15 years of experience in various areas of patient care, from emergency room and postoperative care to gastroenterology nursing. She has extensive training in infection control and prevention and quality assurance which focuses on high quality patient care.

In addition to her extensive clinical experience, Angela has an outstanding academic background. She completed her baccalaureate degree of Science in Nursing from Florida Atlantic University, Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, Summa Cum Laude. She was then accepted into the prestigious caring-based Nurse Practitioner program there and then earned a Master of Science in Nursing, Adult-Geriatric Practitioner in 2018. Prior to graduation she was honored with the College of Nursing Caring Award, as a student who best exemplifies living the philosophy of caring. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and holds National Board certification with the American Nurses Credentialing Center.