Dr. Ariel Moses grew up in Miami from a young age after his family moved from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Following graduation from Gulliver Preparatory School, he chose from the top 5 public Universities, attending the University of Michigan (Go Blue!). There he earned a Bachelor in Science, majoring in Neuroscience with a sub-concentration in Music. He then returned to Miami to become part of the first class of the highly anticipated new medical school at FIU, Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. Once he earned his Medical Degree, Dr. Moses was adamant about treating an expansive range and severity of diseases, which led him to choose Internal Medicine residency at Tulane University in New Orleans. While there, he was chosen to participate in the Global Health Track, spending several months abroad and domestically. Here he honed his skills in treating patients from the field, to their homes, to the office, to the hospital wards and even intensive care as the only physician in the community. Dr. Moses then returned again to his hometown, working as a hospitalist at South Miami Hospital, where he was a finalist for Physician of the Year within the first year. In addition, he serves as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at FIU HWCOM. In that role he coordinates rotations and teaches medical students real world clinical medicine while on the wards, as well as in campus classrooms and simulation centers – earning various recognitions from students and faculty. He also developed an academic program at South Miami Hospital, instituting Internal Medicine Journal Club and Grand Rounds for all physicians in the community, facilitating an active engagement with medicine and updates in practices for physicians. When away from the hospital he spends as much time as possible outdoors: snowboarding, bicycling, paddle boarding, sailing, or just going for long walks with his wife, son, and pup. When he is inside, he’s likely exploring new music, playing classical guitar, or jamming with a friend. He is excited to practice medicine the way it was meant to be, dedicating time and energy to each and every patient, while creating stronger ties in his community.