Tatyana Aliyeva, M.D.

Dr. Aliyeva is a board certified internist and the leading provider at Personal Physician Care of Pompano team. Dr. Aliyeva is a native Russian speaker, born in Belarus, who grew up in Bethesda, Maryland. She spent a decade as a volunteer EMT at the Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue Squad advancing her comfort with the treatment of complex time-sensitive diseases long before obtaining her M.D. During her undergraduate training at the University of Maryland, Dr. Aliyeva also lived in Madrid, Spain, lending to her fluency in Spanish. Dr. Aliyeva is trilingual (English, Spanish, Russian).

Dr. Aliyeva obtained her Medical Doctorate from the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Having been trained in the hub of quality, outcome driven healthcare in the nation’s capital, she is dedicated to delivering preventative care that is evidenced-based and at the forefront of current medical practice. After graduating, she completed her residency training in Internal Medicine here in south Florida at the University of Miami in which she gained extensive experience treating a wide array of patients; from those hospitalized in the ICU to ambulatory health in the outpatient clinical setting.

In addition to Internal Medicine, Dr. Aliyeva has a special interest in Cardiology and has presented and published at the national American Heart Association conference. In this complex healthcare environment, she focuses on patient-centered care by striving to both simplify a patient’s needs and improving communication with specialists to help coordinate care and quality of life. Her expertise extends to women’s health, geriatric medicine, atrial fibrillation, management of heart failure and coronary artery disease, exercise physiology, diabetes, and hypertension. In her free time, Dr. Aliyeva enjoys practicing yoga, playing tennis and exploring south Florida.

If you are looking for a Russian doctor in the Hallandale Beach area, Dr. Aliyeva is currently accepting patients and will be happy to serve your health care needs.

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