William L. Rowland, M.D.

Dr. Rowland was born in Miami Florida in 1964, moved to Melbourne Florida in 1970.

Dr. Rowland went to undergraduate and Medical school at University of Florida, and then did a three year residency training in Family Practice at Tallahassee Regional Medical Center. This was followed by a year Fellowship in Sports Medicine and Adult Fitness training at Marshall University in Huntington West Virginia. After completing Fellowship in 1994, he moved to South Florida and began practicing in Fort Lauderdale out of Imperial Point Medical Center, then after four years moved his family and practice to Boca Raton.

Dr. Rowland has worked with High School, College, and Professional athletic programs including four years with Florida Marlins baseball team and even has a 1997 World Series ring.

After formal training in residency and fellowship with included dermatological rotations, additional training in Dermatology was obtained by focused continuing medical education and by volunteering and shadowing local dermatologists on a weekly basis for many months. Additionally, Dr. Rowland is member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging, and has completed significant medical training in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement and Anti-aging Medicine.

Dr. Rowland is married with four children.  And, he enjoys spending time with family, reading, running, golfing, and spearfishing with his boys.

About Michelle Feffer

Michelle is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse with a Master’s of Science in Nursing degree from Florida Atlantic University. She holds an ANCC board certification in Adult and Geriatric Primary Care Medicine.

Michelle initially graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2010. From there she spent a year working with an amazing dermatology group in Tallahassee, which ignited her passion for nursing. She received an Accelerated Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree from Florida Atlantic University and began working as a Registered Nurse in Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s Emergency Department in July 2012. She continued to work full time while obtaining her Master’s of Science degree in Adult and Geriatric Advanced Nursing Practice from Florida Atlantic University.

Michelle has been working as a primary care provider in Boca Raton and Delray Beach since August 2017. She worked mainly in sub-acute rehabilitation and nursing facilities, as well as in an acute tertiary care hospital. Her main focus has been on disease prevention, chronic disease management, and patient education.

When not practicing medicine, Michelle enjoys traveling and baking. She also loves to sing and spend time with her friends and family—especially her nieces and nephew.

About Leveny Murat, APRN-BC

Leveny Murat is an APRN-BC who’s has been in practice for over ten years. She has worked with a variety of populations from early adulthood to the geriatrics. She completed her studies at FAU and obtained her master’s in Nursing specializing in family medicine in 2009 while working as a cardiac nurse. She also has mentored several nurses during her tenure at local nursing school institutions. In her spare time, she loves reading, walking, playing piano, medic community volunteering and time with the family.

About Anneliese Trull, MMS, PA-C

Anneliese Trull was born in Hialeah, Florida and raised in Miami Lakes, FL. While she comes from a family of educators, Ms. Trull decided from a young age that her calling was healthcare. She received her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida, Gainesville where she specialized in Health Sciences. While at UF, Anneliese trained as an Emergency Medical Technician and worked in the Alph-1 Antitrypsin research lab. Through those experiences, her passion for medicine grew stronger. Upon graduating with honors from UF in 2009, she was accepted into Nova Southeastern University’s Physician Assistant Program and graduated with a Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistance Studies in 2011. Certified by the NCCPA, Ms. Trull now has over 9 years of experience working in Internal Medicine. For most of her career, she has been a part of the National Health Service Corps, working in rural, undeserved areas with complex cases. Having completed her service with the NHSC, she is thrilled to be moving closer to home and excited to bring her talents to Boca General Family Medicine. Anneliese will now live in Davie, FL with her very spoiled 10-yr-old boxer. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling the world, improv comedy and dabbling in various musical instruments. While she is fluent in Spanish, she continues to be fascinated by other languages and hopes that fluency in French is her next achievement. A true empath, she looks forward to building rapport with her new patients and is proud to be joining such a fantastic team of practitioners.