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Roxanna Sanchez, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Nurse Practitioner
Departments: Community Based Clinics
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Roxanna Sanchez began her nursing career with her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) graduating in 2008. Upon graduation, Roxanna went to work at the Texas Medical Center as an operating room and perioperative nurse working with children and adults. Roxanna’s dedication towards her patients and passion for aiding in the healthcare of others lead her to pursue her Master’s degree of Nursing. She wanted to be more closely involved in her patients’ care and began her degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner and graduated from UTMB in 2012. She currently helps prepare future nurse practitioner students by being their mentor during clinical rotations.

Roxanna is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, is bilingual and also a member of the International Nursing Honors Society, Sigma Theta Tau.

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Certifications:

Texas Board of Nurse Examiners, Registered Nurse

Texas Board of Advanced Practice Nurses, Advanced Practice Nurse

American Academy of Family Nurse Practitioners, Advanced Practice Nurse

UTMB Health Pediatric and Adult Primary Care - Alvin
2020 East Highway 6
Alvin, TX 77511
Fax: (281) 585-3819

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I brought my daughter in for a tick bite. The tick had been removed earlier that day by myself, and I had the tick in a baggie with me at the appointment. I had been told by several friends / family of mine to keep the tick so that it could be tested for disease, ie. Lyme. When I asked about these services Dr. Sanchez said that they (UTMB) did not take the ticks for testing. Which is fine, but it might be a good idea to have that option, instead of having to wait to see if symptoms develop. Also, you could add to the summary sheet that there are other options, like sending the tick to the Texas DSHS, who will test it for free.Aug 05,2016
greatAug 30,2016
Great job done by the provider. I normally schedule with a different provider but I will continue to use this provider as well. She was very polite and very up to date on all my daughters medical history. GREAT JOB!!Sep 19,2016
Roxanna is wonderful!Sep 22,2016
our care provider was great. very informative and nice.Nov 10,2016
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