Ramona Baeza, FNP-C

Board Certified – Family Nurse Practitioner


Romona Baeza FNP-C

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Advanced Center for Women’s Health at Providence
1000 N. Mesa
El Paso, Texas 79902
Phone: (915) 533-1960
Fax: (915) 533-2960

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
4.5 out of 5
83 Ratings


  • Attended the University of Texas at El Paso, received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing
  • Attended Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center received Master of Science in Nursing

About Ramona

Ramona Baeza is a Family Nurse Practitioner experienced in women’s health care. She has over 18 years experience in women’s health which includes labor and delivery. Ramona believes in providing high-quality care to every patient. She delivers comprehensive health care to women throughout the lifespan. She is well-qualified to provide well-woman care, prenatal and postpartum care, and care for women experiencing episodic or chronic illnesses.

Ramona is fluent in English and Spanish.

Special Interests

  • Well woman exams, including age appropriate screenings
  • Birth control and family planning
  • Sexually transmitted disease, treatment and education
  • Perimenopause / Menopause education and counseling
  • Prenatal and postnatal care
  • Care during acute or chronic medical conditions
  • Identify female related disease processes such as:
    • Breast, ovarian, cervical cancer
    • Hormone changes
    • Ovarian cysts
    • Urogynecological disorders

Patient Ratings & Comments

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