Christina Goodloe, PA joined Community Health Centers as a physician assistant in our Telehealth department. Christina has always been interested in how the human body works. Volunteering at health clinics and seeing family members face health issues led Christina to pursue a medical career.
Christina believes faith, health, and helping others are the most important things in life. She tries to live a healthy lifestyle and educate her patients to do the same. She wants to help patients prevent and manage disease so they can enjoy life.
While attending medical school in Mexico, where she worked in rural clinics, she saw the importance of affordable, high-quality care, especially for those without insurance or health knowledge. She aims to provide compassionate, educational care that empowers patients like she witnessed in Mexico. Working at Community Health Centers allows Christina to serve those with less access to medical services that they need.
She takes time to listen and provide a caring roadmap for health. Discussing health can be scary, so her goal is to put patients at ease and consider their whole well-being. She hopes to see improved access to care for all and patients improving health through lifestyle changes instead of medication when possible.
Christina recently became a mom and loves balancing work and family life. She enjoys spending time with family, bike riding, gardening, painting, camping, and rollercoasters outside of work! She aims to continue to provide quality care for those in need in her community. Christina feels very blessed to be part of an organization where she can utilize her skills to serve others compassionately.
- Family Medicine Providers, Telehealth
- University Of Study
- University of California, Davis - CA
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
- Family Medicine