UTHSCSA Faculty Profiles v1.0

Trevino, Juan Jose

School of Medicine
Family & Community Medicine
(210) 567-4550

I have spent the first 30 years of professional life serving the primary health care needs of South Texas as a Family Medicine Physician and a teacher of Family Medicine residents and medical students. I served as the Program Director of the McAllen Family Medicine Residency Program and Family Medical Center-UT Clinic for 28 years. Using this busy primary care clinic, I helped care for over 50,000 clinic and hospitalized patient encounters and helped deliver over 18,000 babies. We graduated 172 Family Medicine Residents; 80% serve the state of Texas. After leaving McAllen in 2008, I continued to work for the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Family and Community Medicine Department. I solely teach and provide maternity care. I teach residents and medical students to care for pregnant ladies and newborn babies in outpatient clinics and in the hospital in Labor and Delivery, in OB triage, in the post-partum ward and in the newborn nursery.

9/2009 - Present Professor/Clinical University of Texas Health Science Center, Family & Community Medicine, San Antonio, TX
3/2008 - Present Associate Staff University Hospital (UHS), Family & Community Medicine, San Antonio, TX