Dr. Myrdalis Diaz-Ramirez is a board-certified interventional pain physician in anesthesiology and pain medicine in private practice in Sarasota, Fl. She is a clinical professor at Florida State University College of Medicine and has co-authored and edited multiple book chapters related to anesthesiology and pain medicine. Dr. Diaz-Ramirez serves in the NANS Diversity and Outreach Committee and represented NANS at the 2020 Latino Medical Student Association yearly meeting, introducing students to the world of pain management and neuromodulation.
She graduated from medical school and finished her Internship in Anesthesiology at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus. Then, she completed her Residency in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine Fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University, where she was Chief Resident and, later, faculty. She has lead in the design of multiple pain programs and worked as medical director of the Comprehensive Pain Program for Sarasota Memorial Hospital and her clinic, the Comprehensive Pain Center of Sarasota, which is now part of the Sarasota Pain Relief Centers. Dr. Diaz-Ramirez has focused her practice on a comprehensive approach to her patients' care and led her private clinic to receive the honor of Centers of Excellence from the American Pain Society.
Dr. Diaz-Ramirez has an entrepreneurial spirit, most recently focusing on helping students in all stages to design fruitful and successful careers as physicians. As a sign of peer recognition, she is for many years included in the lists of Top Doctors in Sarasota, FL. She also enjoys helping her community. Has been recognized at the Unity Awards – Hurricane Heroes Awarded by Sarasota Magazine and received a Physician Advocate Award for the Drug-Free Sarasota Initiative.