DR. Adriene MiLLer
Internal Medicine Specialist
Dr. Adriene Miller Hails From Boston, Massachusetts, Where She Was Born And Raised Until Relocating To South Florida In April Of 1990.
In December of 1991, she graduated Florida Atlantic University with a B.S. in Nursing (with honors). During her years of ICU nursing at University Hospital in Tamarac, Florida, she obtained her Masters of Science in nursing – Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner – at Florida Atlantic University. After graduating (again, with honors) in August of 1996, she worked with Dr. Charles Herrera, M.D., an internist with privileges at University Hospital in Tamarac, Florida and Coral Springs Medical Center in Coral Springs, Florida. She also worked as the on-site medical practitioner for an additional four years at the Renfrew Center, a residential treatment center for eating disordered women, located in Coconut Creek, Florida.
It was during her years at Renfrew that she began to feel a calling to apply to medical school. “It was clearly God speaking to me through my spirit that told me this was the path to follow.” She entered medical school at Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine in August of 2001 and graduated in October of 2005, followed by an internal medicine residency at St. John Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan.
She switched residency programs and relocated to south Florida where she finished her final year of residency at Wellington Regional Medical Center, where she had the honor of being appointed chief resident. She graduated from residency in June of 2010.
Since that time, her career includes work as a hospitalist in adult internal medicine, work as an urgent care physician, and the opening of a private practice in Lake Worth, Florida in 2014. She also serves as the medical director for MedPro Urgent Care in Dania Beach, Florida, where she is in charge of all medical activities that are performed at the facility.
As the main staff physician for EDTMax, she devotes her energies toward sexual health and erectile dysfunction of the male adult patient. She looks forward to helping her patients achieve success in this area.