Alexis A. Vazquez, D.O. is a board certified physician and founder of Cisca Pulmonary and Critical Care. The son of Cuban immigrants, Dr. Vazquez was born and raised in Miami and communicates fluently in both English and Spanish.

Dr. Vazquez grew up playing professional tennis before deciding that serving others – not a tennis ball - was his destiny. He excelled as a medical student at Nova Southeastern University and surpassed his peers by graduating in the top ten percent of his class. After becoming a physician, Dr. Vazquez was chosen to be an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UF & Shands Jacksonville and successfully completed his Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship at the renowned Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida.

He is well-known for his enthusiasm and passion for medicine, and has been invited to speak to medical groups on the topics of asthma, pulmonary hypertension, and pulmonary rehabilitation as well as being listed as one of Jacksonville Magazine’s “2013 Top Docs.” Well-loved and praised by patients and colleagues, Dr. Vazquez remains on the forefront of research in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, providing research-based treatment and superior care for his patients. He has two convenient practice locations and maintains medical privileges at numerous hospitals in Northeast Florida.
 
Dr. P. Andrew Coley, Jr. M.D. is a board-certified physician in Internal Medicine and completed his pre-medical studies at Emory University in Atlanta, GA in 1967. He subsequently moved to Miami, FL where he continued his education at the University of Miami College of Medicine, attaining his M.D. in 1971. Dr. Coley continued his medical education with post graduate training in both Pulmonary Medicine and Infectious Diseases with the Jacksonville Health Education Programs at University Hospital (now Shands Hospital) in 1976.

Dr. Coley began practicing medicine in Jacksonville in 1976 with The Clinic for Pulmonary and Infectious Disease, Drs. Eye, Coley and Williams. He is on the medical staff at Memorial Hospital Jacksonville, Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital and Specialty Hospital Jacksonville and maintains privileges at Baptist Medical Center – Beaches, as well.


Dr. Coley is a member of several organizations including
The Florida Medical Society, The Duval County Medical Society, ATS, SETA and HHA. In his spare time Dr. Coley enjoys golf and hunting and is a big Georgia Bulldogs fan.
 
Wendell H. Williams Jr. M.D. is a board certified physician practicing pulmonary and critical care medicine.  He has been serving patients with lung diseases in the Jacksonville area since 1980.  He attended the Medical College of Georgia where he received his MD.  His internal medicine and pulmonary medicine fellowship were completed with the University of Florida – Jacksonville programs.  He was selected to receive a Florida Lung Association fellowship in pulmonary diseases.  His published research is in the field of critical care of pulmonary patients.

During his career Dr. Williams has served as the Chief of Staff for several area hospitals and started the first Pulmonary Rehabilitation program in the area.  He continues to serve as the Chief Medical Officer for north Florida’s first long term ventilator weaning hospital.  He is a past president of the Florida Thoracic Society and has provided leadership to other organizations promoting lung health and patient advocacy.

Originally form Cordele, Georgia he has lived in Jacksonville since 1975.  He and his wife, Kathy, have three grown children who all work in medical fields.  New grandchildren are adding joy to the family.  He has been active in scouting and church through the years and enjoys travel with his family.  In his words, “Serving my patients has been an honor.  I remain committed to providing the best care everytime to every patient.” 
 
John T. Daniels, D.O. is board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Daniels was born and raised in Arkansas and earned his medical degree at the University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri. He relocated to Jacksonville in 2002 where he completed his Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at UF & Shands Jacksonville.

Dr. Daniels was selected as Chief Resident of the Internal Medicine program and subsequently became an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UF & Shands Jacksonville. Dr. Daniels completed his Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Since completing his fellowship, Dr. Daniels has had a successful Pulmonary and Critical Care practice in the Jacksonville area and has lectured at numerous national and international medical conferences on topics ranging from pulmonary hypertension to interventional bronchoscopy.

He has published articles in multiple leading medical journals, and conducted extensive research in multiple areas of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine with a focus on pulmonary hypertension and thoracic neoplasms.

Dr. Daniels has a passion for patient care and focuses on ensuring patients have an excellent understanding of their conditions and treatment options. He maintains medical privileges at a variety of hospitals to better serve the needs of patients in the Jacksonville area.

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