The healthcare world has lost another life due to complications of COVID-19.
Dr. Luis Caldera-Nevis, a gynecologist who has died for more than 25 years has died at UHealth Kendall.
Health systems at UHealth University and Jackson said in a statement, our esteemed and beloved colleague, who survived his wife and six adult children, lost.
These are very difficult times and UHealth and Jackson remain grateful to all healthcare and frontline workers during this epidemic.
Caldera Nevis served in the Air Force before joining the UM and “leads the department service in South Miami Dade and becomes a obstetrician who provides a full range of care in women’s health, according to the hospital.
He trained generations – not just a generation, but generations – of OB-GYN doctors,” said Dr. Dalal Eldak, now a gynecologist and obstetrician.
She said that Caldera Nevis not only studied how to be a good doctor, but also how to be a good person.
Payamon, Puerto Rico, enrolled in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Puerto Rico and resided at the San Juan Bautista Medical Center in Caguas.
Another doctor who knows the caldera-neves described the news as devastating and described him as “a wonderful man – always happy, helpful and loyal Loved by everyone.”