Dra. Vianka Delgado
Dr. Vianka Legra Delgado is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. She was born in Guantanamo, Cuba and received her medical degree at Instituto Superior de Ciencias Medicas de la Habana. She moved to the United States in the year 2000 and completed her Internal Medicine residency at Stroger Hospital of Cook County and Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois. After graduating from residency, she joined Rush
University’s Associates in Internal Medicine private practice in Chicago, where she worked as a full-time Internist. She moved to Tampa, Florida in 2008, where she joined JSA Medical Group (now DaVita Medical Group). After her 7-year tenure with JSA/Davita Medical Group, Dr. Delgado briefly practiced at Palm River Medical Center in Tampa, before opening her private practice in the Palm River neighborhood of Tampa in April of 2015. Dr. Delgado is happily married with three beautiful daughters. She is fluent in English and Spanish and enjoys yoga and volleyball.
Dr. Theophilus Sai
Theophilus Sai, M.D. is currently a practicing Internal Medicine physician at his solo practice, Palmas Clinic - Ybor, in Tampa, Florida. His practice is focused on delivering primary care to the senior population and other Medicare recipients.
Until October 2018, he was Chief Medical Officer in Florida for Alignment Healthcare. Before Alignment, he was the Regional Medical Director for Medicare (Central Florida) for Humana. He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of South Florida. He previously served as Medical Director at Tampa Family Health Centers, an FQHC in Tampa.
In 2004, Dr. Sai helped found and served as Medical Director of Centro de Salud Esperanza, an FQHC in Chicago. He was an attending physician at St. Anthony Hospital, Rush University Medical Center and Stroger Hospital in Chicago.
Dr. Sai received his Bachelors degree in General Science from Andrei Grechko Pre-University Institute, on the Isle of Youth, Cuba. In 1996, he received a degree in Medicine from the Instituto Superior de Ciencia Medicas de la Habana, Cuba, graduating with honors. He spent the next four years practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology at Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau, the Bahamas. In 2000, Dr. Sai moved to the United States and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the then Cook County Hospital and Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. After residency, Dr. Sai served as Chief Medical Resident in Internal Medicine at both hospitals, where he assumed administrative and teaching responsibilities.
Dr. Sai has made numerous presentations and written articles about urban public health and other medical issues. He was named the Cook County Hospital Primary Care Residency Teacher of the Year in 2004 and 2006. He has made several media appearances as a medical expert on local media in the Chicago and Tampa.
Dr. Sai is fluent in Spanish. He lives in Tampa, Florida. Has lived in Ghana, Cuba and the Bahamas. Born in London, England