These include the extensive practical experience gained in the emergency and tertiary medical care of pediatric patients while completing i the 3 year residency-training program in Pediatrics at Universidad del Valle in Cali, Colombia in 1996. The 3 year residency-training program in Pediatrics at Maimonides Medical Center was completed in 2000. The program at Maimonides has included rotations at the following primary care institutions, all located in Brooklyn, New York: Maimonides Medical Center, Lutheran Medical Center (trauma center), and Coney Island Hospital. After finishing his residency in New York he worked as a staff pediatrician for the following Health Care Centers: Clinica Santa Maria, Brownsville, TX, September 2000-April 2001; Pediatrics of Dallas, Dallas, TX, May 2001- December 2006; South East Dallas Health Center- Parkland Hospital COPC, December 2006 – October 2010.
In addition, Doctor Gomez has passed the general Pediatrics Certifying Examination given by the American Board of Pediatrics. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is currently a Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and a staff member in the Clinical Department of Pediatrics at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. He is also a fully bilingual pediatric medical doctor with excellent skills in written and spoken English and with native proficiency in Spanish. The combination of his extensive training and pediatric experience distinguishes him as a qualified primary care pediatrician.