Gregory Dubrovich, D.O., is the assistant medical director of emergency medicine at Broward Health Imperial Point.

He was among the first caregivers at the hospital to get the Moderna vaccine when it was first made available in late 2020. “I’ve been on the front lines battling this since the onset,” said Dr. Dubrovich during an interview with TV station WSVN.

Dr. Dubrovich was inspired to become a doctor by his parents who immigrated to the United States to give him and his sister a better life.

“Living in the same city that I work in provides great motivation to help the people of the community that I am so deeply rooted in,” he said.

Dr. Dubrovich received his medical degree from Michigan State University of Osteopathic Medicine in East Lansing, Michigan, and is certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine.