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Victor Sierpina, MD
Departments: Family Medicine
Specialties: Family Medicine
Languages: English, Spanish
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Dr. Victor S. Sierpina is the W.D. and Laura Nell Nicholson Family Professor of Integrative Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch.

He joined UTMB’s Department of Family Medicine in 1996. He attended medical school at the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine at the University of Illinois in Chicago. He completed his internship and residency in Family Practice at the MacNeal Memorial Hospital in Berwyn, Illinois. After completing his residency he did advanced study in Medical Acupuncture for Physicians at the UCLA School of Medicine.

Dr. Sierpina is board certified by both the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine. Dr. Sierpina’s interests are in medical student education in Family Medicine, Integrative Medicine and Integrative Oncology. His practice includes acupuncture, nutrition, botanical medicine and mind-body therapies.

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Medical/Professional School:

University of Illinois College of Medicine - Chicago, IL, MD, 1979


Family Practice, MacNeal Hospital - Berwyn, IL, 1980


Family Practice, MacNeal Hospital - Berwyn, IL, 1982


American Board of Family Medicine, Family Medicine

UTMB Health Family Medicine - Island West, Galveston
6710 Stewart Road Suite 100
Galveston, TX 77551
Fax: (409) 740-4187

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caring and professionalDec 07,2016
EXCELENT.Dec 29,2016
Dr Sierpina was so on point. He listened and examined me to be sure exactly what was wrong with me.Jan 21,2017
Always explains what he feels is wrongJan 18,2017
*Dr. Sierpena's "bedside manor" is exceptional, treats you more like a friend than a patient -Jan 27,2017
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