Kyrmarie M. Dávila Torres M.D.
Endocrinologist Arecibo and Mayagüez.
Dr. Kyrmarie M. Dávila Torres is an endocrinologist specializing in elderly treatment for conditions like diabetes as well as other endocrine disoders.
Endocrinology Wellness Center prides itself in giving the best patient treatment in order to achieve for our patients hormonal balance, ending in a better quality of life.
As an active member for the American Society of Endocrinology, Dr. Dávila Torres offers innovative services for the treatment of patients with endocrine system conditions like: diabetes, thyroid gland, osteoporosis, among others.
Dr. Dávila Torres graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with a Bachelors Degree in Sciences and a Biology Mayor focused in investigation through a Howard Hughs Program-RISE funded by the NIH.
She continued her studies in health sciences achieving a professional degree in Medical Technician from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico where she was awarded an Academic Excellence Award.
Dr. Kyrmarie Dávila Torres graduated with high honors as a Medical Doctor at the Ibero-american University of Santo Domingo.
Dr. Dávila Torres completed her annual transitional residency and Internal Medicine at the San Juan Municipal Hospital (Centro Médico).
Dr. Kyrmarie Dávila Torres completed her sub-specialty in Geriatrics at the University of Puerto Rico´s Medical Sciences campus. She then returned to her second home for a second Sub-specialty in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at San Juan´s Municipal Hospital.
Dr. Dávila Torres is certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine and also achieved her certification by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists
Dr. Kyrmarie Dávila Torres has published and presented at multiple important societies at a national level like the American Society of Endocrinology, The Puertorican Society of Endocrinology and Diabetes, Thyroid American Association and American Association of Clinical Endocrinology.
As a diabetes patient, her love for this medical branch extends far more than others because of her empathy for diabetes patients and others thtat suffer conditions that affect metabolism.
We know that diabetes incidence is high in Puerto Rico. For that reason, I knew that by entering this medical branch I could make a difference and great positive changes in puerto rican society by planting a firm seed.