Jerald Carmel DPM

Miami Beach
Mount Sinai Medical Center Simon Building
4302 Alton Road Suite 1005

Miami Beach , FL  33140

Phone: (305) 672-2666
Fax: (305) 534-1854
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 9am-5pm
Dr. Carmel
24 hour availability


North Miami
2260 NE 123rd St  

North Miami , FL  33181

Phone: (305) 672-2666
Fax: (305) 534-1854
Tue 1:30pm to 5:30pm  

Podiatric Medical and Surgical Residency
Dallas, Texas

Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine
(1973) Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

University of Miami
(1969) Bachelors Degree


Adjunct professor, Mary University College of Podiatric Medicine American Diabetic Association

Past President, Dade County Podiatric Medical Association

Former Chairman, Miami Heart Institute Department of Surgery Podiatric Section

Advisory Panel Number P American Podiatric Medical Association

Advisory Panel Member Pear Review, Florida Medical Quality Assurance Board

Surgical Services and Infection Control Committee, Miami Heart Institute and Mount Sinai Medical Center

Sports Medicine
Wound Care


Mount Sinai Hospital


American Podiatric Medical Association Florida Podiatric Medical Association Dade County Podiatric Medical Association


Michelle Detweiler DPM
Dr. Jerald Carmel grew up in Miami Beach and has practiced in the area for more than 35 years. His new offices are located on the top floor of Mount Sinai’s Simon Medical Staff Office Building, where Dr. Carmel specializes in sports medicine, diabetic wound care and limb salvage, as well as using advanced technology, such as continuous pulse lasers to reduce inflammation and chronic pain in his patients’ feet and legs.

Carmel got interested in podiatry as a child when he noticed that his mother often suffered from foot pain and he wanted to help her in some way. Therefore, once he graduated from the University of Miami, Carmel went on to study at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland. He graduated in 1973 with his Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine, and went on to do a one-year residency in Dallas, Texas where he practiced for a few years before returning to Miami.

Carmel started his Miami Beach practice in 1976 and is known for having a compassionate bond with his patients. In addition to treating patients, Carmel is also training the next generation of podiatrists. As an Adjunct professor at Barry University, Carmel has two podiatry students working in his office every semester.