Dedicated to serving the physicians and the people of Charlotte County.
Harol Valenzuela, MD, completed medical school at the Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic in 2010. During his Internal Medicine Residency at St. John's Episcopal Hospital, he was chosen by his peers to be Chief Resident working to improve patient care and providing support as well as leadership for the residents. He then moved to Charleston, South Carolina completing Nephrology Fellowship at The Medical University of South Carolina. He is bilingual in both Spanish and English. Dr. Valenzuela strives to provide exceptional, patient-centered medical care for the communities of Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Venice, and the surrounding areas. He is an avid reader, who enjoys studying history, watching baseball, running and spending time with his family.
Since 1959, the Charlotte County Medical Society has served as the local voice for organized medicine and is dedicated to preserving your profession. As you care for your patients in this ever changing healthcare environment, we care for you. The CCMS is here working for your best interests and that of your patients.
The Charlotte County Medical Society strives to advocate for physicians on issues that affect their ability to practice medicine which impacts all patients. We are committed to helping your physician provide the quality of care you and your family deserve.
When choosing your physician, the CCMS can assist by providing his or her educational background, including specialty training and other pertinent information. The service is offered at no cost by calling 941-625-6229.