Ailyn Rivero, MD

Ailyn Rivero, MD
Ailyn Rivero, MD
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Memorial Division of General Endocrinology

1951 SW 172nd Avenue Suite 405
Miramar, FL 33029



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Memorial Division of General Endocrinology

1150 North 35th Avenue Suite 205A
Hollywood, FL 33021



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Memorial Division of General Endocrinology

8649 NW 186th Street
Hialeah, FL 33015-2553



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About Me

I am an endocrinologist at Memorial Healthcare System. I care for patients living with a variety of diseases and chronic illnesses including diabetes, thyroid, pituitary, bone and adrenal disorders. I treat patient’s immediate health challenges and manage their long-term care.

I enjoy helping solve health problems through science and technology while being a part of the continuity of care, working with patients over time and helping them become healthier.
At Memorial, we work in an interdisciplinary environment, meaning we work as a cohesive team to help patients have the best quality of life within the context of their condition.

Endocrinology is a fascinating and intricate field, which is often integrated with other fields of medicine due to the overlapping nature of disease. I enjoy talking to patients, figuring out what management options will best work for them, and tailoring care to their individualized needs.
To provide comprehensive care, I work with a variety of specialists including cardiologists, obstetrician-gynecologists, endocrine surgeons, neurosurgeons and the cardiac and renal transplant team.

I believe it is important for patients to be involved in their care. If patients are in on the plan, they are more likely to stick to it. It’s just as important for us as medical providers to learn who each patient is as a person. I believe this is the best way to build lasting rapport and positive outcomes.

I have an undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering from Florida International University, where I also earned my medical degree. I completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach and fellowship training in endocrinology at University of Florida Health in Jacksonville. I am board certified in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Policies and am a member of the American Medical Association.

Hospital Affiliations


  • Female



FIU engineering department_biomedical Engineering, 2011
FIU Herbert Wertheim COM, 2017


Mount Sinai Medical Center, 2020, Internal Medicine


University of Florida Jacksonville, 2022, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism


American Board of Internal Medicine-Endocrinology Diabetes and Metabolism
American Board of Internal Medicine-Internal Medicine

Awards, Achievements, and More


Please view Dr. Ailyn Rivero’s publications on PubMed.


I earned a degree in biomedical engineering and love to be involved in clinical research to help bring technology and science together to improve patient care. One of my research interests includes the management and treatment of osteoporosis.

Recent projects include:

  • Recently submitted for publication 6/2023 to Nutrition Research: manuscript on review of immunomodulatory effects of vitamin D as it pertains to cardiovascular risk reduction.
  • Abstract accepted for publication in a supplement to AACE's journal, Endocrine Practice: March 2021. "Acute, rapid-onset, severe and protracted denosumab-induced hypocalcemia in a patient with intact kidney function, skeletal metastasis and high bone turnover."
  • Case report published 2020: PTC with cystic changes development in patient with history of autonomous nodule:
    • Fortuna GMG, Rios P, Rivero A, et al. Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma With Cystic Changes in a Patient With Prior History of Toxic Nodule. Journal of Investigative Medicine High Impact Case Reports. 2020;8. doi:10.1177/2324709620942672
  • Abstract accepted at ENDO 2020: A Case of Type 2 Anaplastic Spindle Cell Squamous Cancer, 2019. Case abstract of type 2 anaplastic SCSC accepted at ENDO 2020 for presentation.
  • Case report to ACP Florida Chapter, 2019. Submission of abstract for poster presentation of a case of late onset congenital adrenal hyperplasia in a patient diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome to ACP Florida Chapter.