MEET DR. ZOE GAZOLA
AN INTIMATE UNDERSTANDING OF ETHNIC SKIN
AN ACCLAIMED CAREER IN AESTHETIC & ANTI AGING MEDICINE
Dr. Zoe Gazola is a Board Certified and Doctorate prepared Nurse Practitioner with 16 years of combined experience in plastic surgery, dermatology and primary care. Dr. Gazola has developed her professional training in aesthetics internationally – covering the U.S., South America and the Middle East. With an intimate understanding of minority skin and features, she has developed a keen eye for aesthetics that serve a diverse variety of ethnicities. Her international training has shaped the way in which she harmonizes and balances each person’s face, based on their own genetic traits and features. She continues to grow and evolve her aesthetic practice through international travel and training to better serve her patients. Dr. Gazola has been in private practice since 2011. Her solo career in aesthetics launched in New York City and has since relocated to Miami, FL though she continues to see patients at her NYC practice.
Dr. Zoe Gazola received her Doctorate degree from Chamberlain University in 2019. Prior to receiving her DNP, she graduated with her Master’s Degree from Northern Arizona University with honors in 2015 and became a certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Zoe Gazola graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing in 2009. Prior to obtaining her nursing degrees, she worked as a medical assistant with a plastic surgeon for many years while completing her schooling.
Before launching The Indigo Clinic, Dr. Zoe Gazola was a travel ICU nurse across the country and internationally. She worked in many ICU units including trauma, burn, surgical, neurological, and open-heart ICUs. Dr. Gazola also worked intermittently in the Middle East and South America.
Over her career, Dr. Zoe Gazola has completed numerous medical missions all over the world serving war-torn countries and providing medical care in a wide variety of specialties. In 2013, Dr. Zoe Gazola was nominated by Doctors for Global Health and The University of Carabobo as 1 of 8 minority women in the USA making history through humanitarian efforts and philanthropy work.
Dr. Zoe Gazola is multilingual, speaking Spanish and Portuguese. This allows her to communicate effectively with a diverse set of patients from different cultures. Dr. Zoe Gazola has also traveled and lived abroad, which has developed in her a deeper understanding of other cultures and their unique perspectives on beauty, health and wellness.