Ashley Pardue-Gomez is an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner certified in Dermatology. She received her undergraduate degree from Barry University and worked in a clinical hospital setting for 10 years. Ashley received her Masters of Science and Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Florida International University, and is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners as well as the Florida Nurses Association. She is an experienced dermatology practitioner and treats conditions of skin, hair, and nails. She offers both medical and cosmetic dermatology care including Total-Body Skin Cancer Screenings, biopsies, laser treatments, and BOTOX® Cosmetic treatments. She looks forward to treating any of your skin care needs.
Licenses & Certifications
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Active APRN license Issued by: State of Florida Department of Health
Active RN License Issued by: State of Florida Department of Health
Florida International University – Miami, Florida
Masters of Science, Nursing
Family Nurse Practitioner
Barry University— Miami Shores, Florida
Bachelor of Science, Nursing
Miami Dade College — Miami, Florida
Associate of Science, Nursing
Teaching-Related and Research Experience
In 2019 Ashley mentored a DNP student interested in Dermatology who went on to recently join ADCS as a provider. The student ﬁnished her six month training program 06/2022, where she completed numerous hours rotating through and learning from several dermotlogy providers.
In 2013, she worked on a Research Project that involved the collection of umbilical cord blood stem, with Mary Roberts EdD. Ashley and a colleague presented at a conference where all of the Memorial Health System CEO’s, CNO’ , directors and physicians were in attendance. We also went around to the multiple units of the operating room at Memorial Hospital West and educated the staff on umbilical cord blood collection.
Ashley took part in a teaching/learning project at South West Focal Point Senior Center. Education was provided on proper hand-washing, mental stimulation was provided to severely affected Alzheimer’s patients, and physical activity was provided to enhance patients’ gross and ﬁne motor skills.
In 2011, Ashley had the ability to participate in a second teaching/learning project at the Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center. We taught young recovering mothers safe-sex practice, self breast exams, proper hand-washing techniques, and ways to improve basic daily care.