Fernanda Mercadé, MD has been named Medical Director of the South Broward Community Health Services, overseeing the system’s six neighborhood clinics and physicians.
Most recently, Dr. Mercadé was the Chief Medical Officer of Camillus Health Concern and former Medical Director of Camillus House in Miami.
Dr. Mercadé is a boardcertified doctor of internal medicine who specializes in geriatrics. She earned her medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires in Buenos Aires City, Argentina, in 1996. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Tornu Hospital, Buenos Aires, where she served as Chief Medical Resident from 2001 to 2002.
She completed her internal medicine residency at the New York Medical College/Metropolitan Hospital Center in New York in 2007.
South Broward Community Health Services (SBCHS) is dedicated to providing quality healthcare to Medicaid, Medicaid HMO and Health Exchange recipients. Patients have the choice of receiving primary care in one of multiple clinics conveniently located throughout the community. Each clinic serves as a patient-centered medical home, where a highly skilled team of physicians, nurses, disease managers, health coaches, support staff and social workers collaborate together to meet each patient’s healthcare needs in a friendly and culturally sensitive environment.