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Andrea Zambrano, MD

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How are star ratings for providers determined?

Star ratings are based on responses to survey questions that focus on a patient's likelihood to recommend the provider's office to family and friends as well as the provider's care, including whether the provider listened carefully, spent enough time with you, explained things in an easy-to-understand way, and seemed to know important information about your medical history. Press Ganey averages and converts all survey responses into a single star rating, with five stars being the highest.

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Andrea Zambrano, MD
Specialties Areas of Expertise
  • Treatment of skin and soft tissue infections
  • Management of acute and chronic bone infections
  • Treatment of endocarditis
  • Diagnosis and treatment of neglected tropical diseases and parasitic diseases
  • Prevention of blindness due to infectious diseases
  • Treatment of opportunistic infections
  • Management of HIV and primary care
Locations Accepting new patients?
  • Yes
Languages
  • English
  • Spanish

About

Infectious diseases have shaped the history of humanity; this is one of the many reasons why Dr. Zambrano chose Infectious Disease as her specialty. It is important to her that her patients feel respected, empowered, and heard when it comes to their health concerns. Dr. Zambrano strives to achieve this by providing evidence-based, personalized, compassionate care. She enjoys the management of infectious diseases that range from simple infections to more complex cases that require a multidisciplinary team, managed in collaboration with our local physicians and surgeons. Dr. Zambrano is an Infectious Disease specialist who was Chief Fellow at the University of Washington where she completed her Infectious Diseases training; prior to UW, she completed her residency at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital and attended medical school at Universidad Central de Venezuela in Caracas, where she was born. Dr. Zambrano enjoys working with patients from all cultures and backgrounds. She has participated in several international healthcare projects in Mexico, Nepal and Tanzania and is a native Spanish speaker. Dr. Zambrano looks forward to raising her son, serving the Santa Barbara community, and continuing meaningful community and global healthcare work.


Professional Distinctions

  • Infectious Diseases Chief Fellow. University of Washington
  • 2011 Wilmer Research Grant Award. Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute 
  • Main author of publications in major scientific journals

At Sansum Clinic since:

 2021 (1 year)

Training & Certification

Medical School/Graduate School

  • Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas

Residency

  • Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital (Internal Medicine)

Internship

  • Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital (Internal Medicine), California
  • Jacobi Medical Center (Internal Medicine), New York

Fellowships

  • University of Washington (Infectious Diseases)

Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

Additional Information

  • Masters in Public Health (MPH): University of Washington School of Public Health (class of 2022)

Affiliations:

  • Member, Infectious Diseases Society of America
  • Member, American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

About Ratings

How are star ratings for providers determined?

Star ratings are based on responses to survey questions that focus on a patient's likelihood to recommend the provider's office to family and friends as well as the provider's care, including whether the provider listened carefully, spent enough time with you, explained things in an easy-to-understand way, and seemed to know important information about your medical history. Press Ganey averages and converts all survey responses into a single star rating, with five stars being the highest.

Who receives a Press Ganey survey?

Press Ganey emails or mails surveys to patients who received care at Sansum Clinic and Ridley-Tree Cancer Center. This process ensures that feedback comes directly from patients who have been treated by our providers.

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