Dr. Errol Campbell is an Internal Medicine Physician who is committed to the idea that every patient has a need to be heard and fully understood. He is committed to careful listening, mutual respect and the delivery of compassionate healthcare which is of the highest standard.
In 1985, Dr. Campbell graduated from Medical School at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica. After internship, he worked as a Family Physician for seven years. He also volunteered at Homes for the Aged and founded a free Community Health Clinic. Additionally he has been on three volunteer medical missions to the Caribbean with Nova University. Between 1996 and 1999, he was trained as an Internal Medicine Physician at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine affiliated North General Hospital, in New York. He has extensive experience in Primary Care, Hospital and Correctional Medicine. He has held medical positions in Iowa City, New York and Florida. He enjoys academia and has served as a preceptor for many medical students from Nova University in their final year rotation in Internal Medicine and electives in Correctional Medicine. He last worked at Northwest medical Center as a Hospitalist and also served as the Medical Director for a Correctional Company in Broward County. He is a true Generalist who provides medical care directed at helping families lead healthier lives.
Committed to the idea that every patient has a need to be heard and fully understood. Committed to careful listening, mutual respect and the delivery of compassionate healthcare whish is of the highest standard