Patient Liaison and Director of Practice Development
I have worked as a clinical liaison in the medical field for the last few years. I am passionate about the care and wellbeing of each patient I speak with and am very capable of assisting you with your medical needs. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and young son!
We are so excited to be able to share our passion for medicine with several undergraduate college students from the University of Texas! Each student spends several hours a week in our clinic performing typical Medical Assistant duties — from rooming patients and collecting patient histories to office tasks necessary for our practice to run as smoothly as possible.
I am a UT third-year student from Del Rio, Texas. I love medicine because it helps people get back to and enjoy their lives. I am interested in medical research and psychiatry.
I’m Tiffany, a third-year UT student studying biochemistry and minoring in health communications. I enjoy learning about the intricacies of medicine and the human body but find patient-provider interactions to be just as important. What I love about working at Dr. Connor’s is seeing our patients leaving satisfied that they were heard and working together to get everyone feeling their healthiest!
My name is Natalie Osterlund and I am a second-year pre-medical student at UT Austin studying neuroscience and art history. I am interested in medicine for the unique positive impact a physician has on the patient’s daily life. Along with this, I am also drawn to the teamwork needed to effectively treat both the patient and the person. I enjoy working as a medical assistant in Dr. Connor’s clinic because of the amazing patients I get to interact with and the incredible exposure to the medical field.
My name is Johnny Reyes and I am a pre-med Junior at UT majoring in public health with a minor in social work. I am interested in primary care medicine because I hope to use that knowledge to provide greater access to care and quality of care to underserved communities throughout Texas.
Students who have “graduated” and moved onto other pursuits.
Ariana was a biology honors student at the University of Texas at Austin. She said she was drawn to medicine for its complexity and its ability to leave a positive impact on an individual’s life. She is interested in public health, health policy, and improving the quality of care and access to care. Currently, she is attending Baylor College of Medicine.
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