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Building Lifelong Relationships With Patients

Austin Regional Clinic is pleased to announce that Jenelyn J. Ramos, MD, Family Medicine physician, has joined the team at ARC Far West.

Of her decision to become a physician, Dr. Ramos says, “It was important for me to find a career that provided a deep sense of purpose.  Being part of a profession focused on helping others is one of the most fulfilling jobs.”

Dr. Ramos says, “I enjoy Family Medicine because of the opportunity I have to build lifelong relationships while helping my patients navigate the complicated, often intimidating, world of medicine.”

Being a Physician is a Privilege

“Being a physician is a privilege,” says Dr. Ramos. “Patients come to us at such a vulnerable state. I like to keep that in mind when meeting my patients. Like any relationship overtime, we need to learn to trust and work together for positive outcomes.”

In her free time, Dr. Ramos is busy raising her family. She says, “It’s my other full time job!” 

Dr. Ramos’ go-to health tip? “Make physical activity an important part of your life. Even if you only have time for 20 minutes of exercise a day, a lifelong habit of regular activity benefits your healthy heart and helps you stay on top of your weight and your stress levels.”

Dr. Ramos is currently accepting new patients. To make an appointment with Dr. Ramos, go online or call ARC Far West at 512-346-6611.

Welcome to Austin Regional Clinic, Dr. Ramos!

Tags: ARC Far West, Family Medicine

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