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41-07 76th St
Elmhurst, NY, 11373

About Us


Our History

     Dr Carlos M. Gonzalez decided to peruse his dream of having his own medical practice in 1986.  He established his first office on 103rd Street Corona, New York.  He provided primary and preventive care. His patients, mainly from the Dominican Republic, were very happy with his care. They brought their family and friends to the office, making Dr. Gonzalez well known and liked in the neighborhood. His practice grew quickly solely by word of mouth.
     In 1988, he decided to move his medical practice to Elmhurst, New York, one if not the most ethnically diverse neighborhood in New York City.  Most of his patients followed him from Corona to the new office.  At the beginning, local residents from the area, mostly Colombian, joined the practice. Soon after, other members of the Hispanic community and English-speaking patients attended the office seeking medical care. Finally, patients from India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Thailand, and the Philippines also joined the practice.
     In 1995, he made his office a medical corporation under the name of Broadway Internal Medicine.  Dr. Luz Ares joined the practice in 2002.  They both are committed to offer their patients quality primary health care in a professional manner with the utmost respect and consideration to their patients.  They know their patients on a personal level and offer them close and individualized care.

     The office has trained administrative and medical assistants who facilitate and help Dr. Gonzalez and Dr. Ares provide the optimum medical care. Broadway Internal Medicine, P. C. has developed a strong network with other doctors, specialists, hospitals, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, laboratories and radiological facilities to better assist their patient’s needs.
     The year 2009, has been very importance for Broadway Internal Medicine, P. C.  The business relocated to a larger and more comfortable space still located in Elmhurst, walking distance from the previous office. With the help of the Department of Health of New York City, it has implemented a state of the art modern system of electronic medical records.

      The doctors realized Health Care was going a complete transformation and decided to be proactive and implement the necessary changes to comply with the new demands without losing the personal and close way of caring for their patients. Using the new technology, improving their staff and practicing stronger preventive and evidence based medicine Broadway not only continue providing excellent primary care but were recipients of stated and national awards.  Broadway has accomplished # stages of the Meaningful Use, E Healthy Hearts and Hypertension Champions of The Million Hearts in 2013.    
     Dr. Gonzalez and Dr. Ares appreciated the support and loyalty of all their patients.  They are committed to the community the serve and have establish events:  Caminata a la Salud (Walk to Health), Pies Contentos (Happy Feet) to promote healthy lifestyles, good nutrition and regular exercise.    
     Today, Broadway Internal Medicine, P. C. is a well-known and respected medical office.  It provides quality care to the community with utmost respect and personal touch.  The goals for the future are to continue learning and developing the newest tools and technology in order to continue providing the best medical care to their community.


Carlos M Gonzalez, M.D.

     Dr. Carlos M. Gonzalez is originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 1977, he received his Bachelor in Chemistry and Biology from the University of Puerto Rico. He studied at Caribe Central University of Puerto Rico from which he received his Medical Degree 1981.  He moved to New York, for his Medical Internship and Residency at The Brooklyn Hospital.  In 1984, he received his title of Doctor in Internal Medicine.  He has been a Diplomat of the Board of Internal Medicine since 1999.
     After his residency, he worked as medical attending at the King Harbor Nursing Home in Bronx, New York.  There, he provided medical care for senior people with various medical problems.  From 1978 to 2008, Dr. Gonzalez worked as Medical attending in the Emergency Department in Woodhull Hospital.  He has been in private practice, in the neighborhood of Corona and Elmhurst, since 1986.
     Dr. Carlos Gonzalez has admitting privileges in the New York Hospital of Queens, Elmhurst Hospital Medical Center.

Luz D Ares, M.D.

      Dr. Luz D. Ares is from Las Piedras, Puerto Rico. In 1977, she graduated Magna Cum Laude in bachelor in Chemistry and Biology from the University of Puerto Rico. She studied at Caribe Central University, School of Medicine, where she received her medical degree in 1981. From 1981 to 1984, Dr. Ares did her Medical Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at The Brooklyn Hospital.  From 1984 to 1986, she did her specialty in nephrology, a branch of internal medicine concerned with the function and diseases of the kidneys and urinary system at The Montefiore Hospital Medical Center in the Bronx, New York.
     From 1987-1988 she worked as a part of the dialysis unit of Booth Memorial Hospital.  Dr. Ares worked in Comprehensive Family Care Center in the Bronx for three years and in the Elmhurst Hospital Medical Center in the Primary Care Residency Program as a part of the medical clinic and training program for twelve years.  She is a Diplomat of the Board of Internal Medicine.
     Dr. Luz Ares has admitting privileges in the New York Hospital of Queens, Elmhurst Hospital Medical Center.

The Staff

Certified Medical Assistants are an essential part of our Practice. They are knowledgeable and practice the Policies and regulations of our Office.   They are bilingual in English and Spanish.  They are proficient in the electronic medical records. The Medical Assistants  are trained to take care of the patients’ needs.  They aid and complement the care provided by the doctors. They participate in patient orientation and education. They are committed to provide the best service to the patients with respect and consideration.