University Health Center

University Health Center (Sandpiper Building, First floor):

The Health Center offers a variety of services to students who are currently enrolled at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.  

Health Center visits are by appointment only.  To schedule a virtual or in-person appointment, or if you have any questions about our services, please call us at (361) 825-2601.

 

Health Center Administrative Staff

Contact us for assistance or questions related to the Health Center

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Zelda Chacon

Director, Health Center 
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
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Shelley Martinez-Lopez

Assistant Director, Health Center
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601 
 
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Dr. Jennifer Amaral

Physician
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601 
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Nancy Smith

Registered Nurse  
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
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Melinda Martinez

Register Nurse
Sandpiper
(361) 825 3645

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Christi Ortiz

Registered Nurse
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
christi.ortiz@tamucc.edu

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Kitay Diejomaoh

Family Nurse Practitioner
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
Okiemute.Diejomaoh@tamucc.edu

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Valerie Serna

Family Nurse Practitioner
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
Valerie.Serna@tamucc.edu

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Marisol Narvaez-Garcia

Medical Assistant
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
Valerie.Serna@tamucc.edu

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Kimberly Trejo

Medical Assistant
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
Kimberly.Trejo@tamucc.edu

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Debbie Busey

Medical Receptionist
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
Debra.Busey@tamucc.edu

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Amy Perry

Business Coordinator
Sandpiper
(361) 825 2601
Amy.Perry@tamucc.edu

 

Mission:

The University Health Center strives for excellence in providing TAMU-CC students quality comprehensive services which integrate clinical treatment, health education, preventive services and public health responsibilities. Services are confidential, student-centered, ­and tailored to the diverse needs of TAMU-CC; and are delivered in accordance with relevant university, state and professional standards.  The University Health Center enhances the learning environment by advocating for a healthy campus, serving as a leader in identifying health risks, and promoting inclusively and equal access to health services.  Integral to the mission of the health center is educating students on how to adopt life-long, positive health practices.