Medicina Moderna Tribunal

Medicina Moderna Tribunal

Host of “Medicina Moderna”

Luis Sosa is the host of the first-ever, healthcare-oriented, Spanish language reality TV show, “Medicina Moderna” (Modern Medicine). The new medical reality TV show serves as a platform to present the different facets of a state-of-the art medical practice and immerse Spanish language viewers in the fascinating world of modern medicine. Throughout the series, Mr. Sosa will provide instructions to the contestants on the task at hand and serve as the moderator between the contestants and the judges.
Mr. Sosa is an accomplished anchor-reporter with more than 11 years of experience in television writing and producing a variety of television shows. The Venezuelan native began his career at age 25 as a copy writer for advertising agencies in Venezuela.
A natural on air personality, Mr. Sosa has hosted numerous shows for many TV networks such as Gol TV, Galavision-Yare Films, AmericaTeve and Gentv. In addition, he is a life-coach and motivational speaker.

 

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Marlow B. Hernandez Cano, D.O., M.P.H., M.B.A., C.P.H. C.E.O.
& Director of Internal Medicine at Cano Health

Executive Producer of and Judge on “Medicina Moderna”

Dr. Marlow B. Hernandez is a Board Certified physician, specializing in Internal Medicine. Dr. Hernandez’s main areas of expertise are: preventative medicine, cardiovascular health, metabolic syndrome (hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, obesity), and diagnostic medicine.
Dr. Hernandez is also the executive producer of the first-ever, healthcare-oriented, Spanish language reality TV show, “Medicina Moderna” (Modern Medicine). The new medical reality TV show serves as a platform to present the different facets of a state-of-the art medical practice and immerse Spanish language viewers in the fascinating world of modern medicine. Dr. Hernandez will serve as the Chairman of the Medical Board for the show.
In addition, he is the author of more than 15 published medical studies. He was principal investigator at the Cleveland Clinic Florida for the prospective research study titled, “Model for Heart Failure Exacerbation Reduction (Model HEART) Trial,” a study aimed at reducing heart failure related to re-admission and mortality. He has also written numerous articles in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, including “Predictors of 30-day Readmission in Patients Hospitalized with Decompensated Heart Failure” and “African-American Race and Prevalence of Atrial fibrillation: a Meta-Analysis of a Million Subjects.” His latest publication explored the therapeutic potential of Metronidazole in the prevention of Clostridium difficile among high risk hospitalized patients.
Dr. Hernandez has received many awards, including the Public Health Research Award by Nova Southeastern University. He has been recognized by the American College of Physicians and Cleveland Clinic Florida with clinical and research awards. In 2012, he was recognized by the Miramar Pembroke Pines Regional Chamber of Commerce with the 16th Annual Pinnacle Award.
Dr. Hernandez, a South Florida native, received his medical degree from Nova Southeastern University and his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami. He has also earned Master degrees in Public Health and Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University. He completed his medical residency in Internal Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Florida (part of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation).

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David Hernandez Cano, D.M.D., F.I.C.O.I.

Dentist at Cano Health – Judge on “Medicina Moderna”

Dr. David Hernandez is a dentist, specializing in dental implants. Dr. Hernandez is also a judge on the first-ever, healthcare-oriented, Spanish language reality TV show, “Medicina
Moderna” (Modern Medicine). The new medical reality TV show serves as a platform to present the different facets of a state-of-the art medical practice and immerse Spanish language viewers
in the fascinating world of modern medicine.
He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantogology and is a member of several professional dental organizations. Dr. Hernandez has served underprivileged communities in Latin America by performing free surgical procedures.
Dr. Hernandez is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine.

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Arnaldo Villafranca III, M.D.

Edocrinologist at Cano Health – Judge on “Medicina Moderna”

Dr. Arnaldo Villafranca III is an endocrinologist – a physician specializing in diabetes mellitus, thyroid conditions, low testosterone, pituitary gland disorders, adrenal gland conditions, osteoporosis, metabolic bone diseases, and other related disorders.
Dr. Villafranca III also serves as a judge for the first-ever, healthcare-oriented, Spanish language reality TV show, “Medicina Moderna” (Modern Medicine). The new medical reality TV show serves as a platform to present the different facets of a state-of-the art medical practice and immerse Spanish language viewers in the fascinating world of modern medicine.
In addition, he is the author of several published medical and research studies: “U-500 Insulin
Use in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients with High Insulin Resistance” (The Endocrine Society
95th Annual Meeting & Expo, June 2013); “Insulin-Induced Lipoatrophy in a Patient Using
Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion (CSII): A Case Report and Literature Review” (2012
USF Health Research Day) and “Inpatient Blood Glucose Control Before and After Implementation of an Insulin Order Set to the Electronic Medical Record” (Cleveland Clinic Florida 6th Annual Research Week, May 2011). Also, he functioned as head editor during the revision process of James A. Haley Veteran’s Hospital Outpatient Insulin Pump Policy and Tampa General Hospital Inpatient Insulin Pump Policy.
Dr. Villafranca, a South Florida native, received his medical degree from Ponce School of Medicine, a private medical school located in the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico, and his undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida. In addition, he completed a fellowship in Endocrinology at the University of South Florida.