Christine Ramos Camacho, M.D., M.S.
Family Medicine Residency Program
Dr. Christine Ramos Camacho is a board certified Family Medicine physician. She received her master's degree in Molecular Biology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and medical degree from San Juan Bautista School of Medicine in Puerto Rico. She then completed her residency training at the UT Health San Antonio Family Medicine Residency Program, where she was awarded "Third Year Resident of the Year" in 2021. Dr. Camacho was involved in numerous research projects involving pre-diabetes, tobacco cessation, health literacy for immigrants, and COVID-19 provider wellness that have been presented and recognized at state and national conferences throughout her residency training.
Growing up in Laredo, Texas, she appreciates the population of South Texas, and is passionate about primary care management, preventative medicine and caring for patients of all age ranges. She looks to pursure more opportunities in research and community engagement, alongside medical student and resident education, as faculty of the UT Health San Antonio Family Medicine Residency Program.
Assistant Professor/Clinical -
UT Health San Antonio
- 2019: Camacho, Christine Ramos, Acosta, Karla, Montanez, Villacampa Maria. “Autonomic Neuropathy”. Chapter. 5 Minute Consult 2020.
- 2020: Camacho, Christine Ramos. “Autonomic Neuropathy”. Chapter. 5 Minute Consult 2021
American Board of Family Medicine