Carolina Camacho, PA-C, is a Board-Certified Physician Assistant at Core Primary Care. Carolina provides personalized care to all patients from two offices in Sugar Land and Houston, Texas.
In 2015 Carolina graduated Cum Laude Honors with a Bachelor’s in Biological Science at The University of Texas at Brownsville.
A University Scholar, Carolina was granted a full scholarship and was an active volunteer member throughout all four years. She also was awarded the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, a scholarship dedicated to first-generation college students and graduates.
In 2019, Carolina achieved a Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies at The University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley. Carolina is the first person in her family to graduate college with a Master’s Degree, something she is very proud of.
She completed her thesis comparing surgical valvular replacement versus transcutaneous aortic valve replacement and developed a passionate desire to serve underserved communities in primary care.
Carolina gained health care experience in primary, specialty, and inpatient care throughout Rio Grande Valley, where the patient population is underserved.
She is passionate about caring for socioeconomically disadvantaged Mexican Americans with a disproportionately high prevalence of noncommunicable diseases like Hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and chronic kidney disease.