Dr. Komal Lawrence, MD, FACP
After receiving her medical degree from the University of the West Indies in 2000, Dr. Lawrence worked at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in Montego Bay, Jamaica before coming to the Cayman Islands in 2003.
Following a successful year as a GP at the Chrissie Tomlinson Memorial Hospital, Dr. Lawrence left Cayman in 2004 to complete a 3-year residency in Internal Medicine at the prestigious Johns Hopkins / Sinai Hospital residency program, Baltimore, USA. At her graduation from JHU in June 2007, Dr. Lawrence received the award for Outstanding Performance in the Area of Ambulatory Internal Medicine.
Dr. Lawrence is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. Her special interests include diabetes, hypertension, arthritis, heart disease, and headaches.
Dr. Bella Beraha, MD
Dr Bella Beraha received her medical degree from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, and completed her residency in Internal medicine at the renowned Cleveland Clinic, Florida in 2006. During her five years at the Memorial Healthcare Systems’ regional 700+ bed referral center, Dr. Beraha gained experience in treating patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer management, preoperative management, gastro-intestinal disorders among others.
After extensive research into weight loss methods, Dr. Beraha offers a unique medical weight-loss programme to help her patients achieve a healthier lifestyle.
Dr. Beraha moved to the Cayman Islands in 2011. She has been a director (and is now Vice Chair) for the Cayman Heart Fund, as well as being on the Board of Directors for the HSA.
A graduate of the Chelsea School of Podiatric Medicine (UK), Ray is a member of the College of Podiatry (UK), a Fellow of the College of Podiatric Surgery (UK), and a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association.
With over 30-years clinical experience, Ray specializes in medicine and surgery of the foot, clinical biomechanics and foot orthotic therapy, sports medicine, paediatric (children's) lower-limb disorders, and wound care.
Before joining CTMH in 2004, Ray spent 10-years as a paediatric (children's) foot specialist at Bromfield Hospital, Chelmsford, England where he also completed his surgical residency. For four years, Ray directed the Sports Injury Clinic at Haringey Athletics Club in London, England where he treated a number of world-class athletes including Olympians.
Ray is also director of Cayman Orthotics, a full-service foot orthotics laboratory. Custom-made foot supports are made on-island and can be fitted within 48-hours.