Dr. Bejar completed his medical training at Northeastern Ohio University. College of Medicine in Canton, Ohio. He then did his fellowship in Nephrology and Internal Medicine at Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio. Subsequently, he was offered a position as attending in Nephrology at Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Cleveland Clinic Florida. He is board certified in Nephrology and Internal Medicine, in addition, is certified as a specialist in Hypertension by the American Society of Hypertension.
Dr. Bejar’s areas of interest include diabetic nephropathy and autoimmune disorders of the kidney. He also completed a special fellowship in renal stone management at Duke University and mini fellowship in renal sonography at Emory University. He has been honored with the “Top Doc” award for many years and “Top Nephrologist” in Boca Raton as well. Recently was recognized as a “Best Doctor” by both the New York Times and U.S. News and World Report.
Dr. Bejar is on the faculty at Nova Southeastern University School of Medicine and adjunct faculty at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine where he lectures medical students and residents in medicine. He has been vice chief of staff and Chief of Medicine at Broward Health Imperial Point. He has been named “Most Valuable Physician” of the quarter.
Gold Standard Certification
Dr. Bejar is recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), a non-profit organization, which assists 24 approved medical specialty boards in the development and use of standards in the ongoing evaluation and certification of physicians. ABMS, recognized as the “gold standard” in physician certification, believes higher standards for physicians means better care for patients.
Key Opinion Leader
Dr. Bejar has been a KOL (Key Opinion Leader) and has lectured nationally. He also sits on the Medical Review Board for chronic kidney disease in the State of Florida Network 7.