INGRID S. LEON, APRN
Ingrid S. Leon has been employed as a full-time Nurse Practitioner by Mario Magcalas, M.D., P.A. since December 2016. Ms. Leon completed her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) at FloridaInternationalUniversity, earning the title of Advanced Family Nurse Practitioner. While at FIU, Ms. Leon was a Jonas Scholar.
Prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner, Ms. Leon worked as a Registered Nurse for ﬁve years, ﬁrst at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida, and later at West Kendall Baptist Hospital in Miami, Florida.
Ms. Leon is a member of the Florida Nurses Association and American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She has been Chemotherapy Biotherapy Certiﬁed by the Oncology Nursing Society. Ms. Leon is also ACLS and BLS certiﬁed, and ﬂuent in Spanish.
ADAYIBA M. ZAMORA, APRN
Adayiba M. Zamora has been employed by Mario Magcalas, M.D., P.A. from 2007 to 2019 as a Medical Assistant and on July 2018 to present as a full time Nurse Practitioner. Prior to joining the practice as a Nurse Practitioner, Adayiba worked in Mt. Sinai Hospital, Memorial Hospital Pembroke and Florida Medical Center in South Florida.
Adayiba finished her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2011 at the Nova Southeastern University, Royal Palm Beach, Florida. She pursued her studies finishing her Master of Science of Nursing at the Nova Southeastern University, Royal Palm Beach, Florida in 2018.
She has active Florida State license, ACLS and BLS certified
MITCHELL J. GUANZON, APRN
Mitchell J. Guanzon has been employed by Mario Magcalas, M.D., P.A. from February 2019 to the present.
Mitchell finished his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the James Madison University at Harrisonburg, Virginia in 1995. He went for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the Florida International University at Miami, Florida and finished in 2018.
He has active Florida State License, ACLS and BLS certified.
Some of Mitchell’s publications that he co-authored are the following:
- Intestinal-Specific TNFα Overexpression Induces Crohn’s-like Ileitis in Mice..
- Tregs are dysfunctional in vivo in a spontatneous murine model of Crohn’s disease.