Mayra Rivera, MD

Internal Medicine
17417 Bridge Hill Court
Tampa, FL 33647 Get Directions
Mayra Rivera, MD
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Annual Membership Fee

537.50 every 3 months
1,075.00 every 6 months
2,150.00 each year

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

I believe that listening to my patients is one of the most important parts of my primary care practice. It allows me the opportunity to know my patients better and build close relationships as their personal physician. Listening also allows me to better identify medical problems and help find individualized solutions that can help patients achieve their wellness goals.

I have been practicing in the Tampa Bay area for over 20 years. My internal medicine practice includes care for hypertension, diabetes, COPD and cardiovascular disease in addition to women’s health. 

My MDVIP-affiliated practice offers services, including comprehensive, advanced health screenings and diagnostic tests, that go far beyond those found in concierge medicine practices. I offer conveniences like same- or next-day appointments. I also speak Spanish.


 It is important, now more than ever, to have a primary care doctor who has the time and resources to care for you personally and proactively. Watch this video to hear more.

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Dr. Rivera's Credentials

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University of South Florida
Tampa, FL
Internal Medicine 1998-2000
Chief Resident 2000

University of South Florida
Tampa, FL

Medical School:
Michigan State University
Lansing, MI
Doctorate of Medicine 1997

Tulane University
New Orleans, LA
Bachelor of Science, Biology 1992

American Board of Internal Medicine
English and Spanish 
Equal Opportunity Program Fellowship 1992-1997
Honors letter for Family Practice clerkship 1996
Honors letter for Medical Microbiology 1994
Member, Residency Recruitment Committee, University of South Florida, Department of Internal Medicine 1997-2001
Rivera M, Adelman H, Lezama J. A student with Renal Failure and Intestinal Perforation. Hospital Practice 2000:35 
Flannery MT, Chapman V, Cruz-Gonzalez I, Rivera M, Messina JL. Lleal Perforation Secondary to Histoplasmosis. Am J Medical Science. December 2000 
ACP-ASIM Florida Chapter Associates Meeting An Unusual Cause of Intestinal Perforation May 25, 2000 
American Medical Association
American College of Physicians
Traveling, Yoga and Spending time with my Family