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Dr. Andrea Caballero
Originally from Guatemala, Dr. Caballero has been making her way north since completing high school and college in the vibrant city of New Orleans, LA. Before beginning medical school, she worked with local organizations as a Spanish-English medical interpreter and a community outreach advocate and educator in post-Katrina New Orleans. During medical school at Louisiana State University, she spent her first summer as an intern with the NIH’s National Institute on Drug Abuse in Baltimore, MD, performing research on opioid receptors and her second year working as a lead at the student-run homeless clinics. Dr. Caballero remained local to complete her Internal Medicine residency, where she was exposed to a variety of patients, in particular, a robust TB and HIV patient population.
Combining her interests in global health, disparities in medicine, and marginalized communities, she went on to pursue Infectious Diseases, moving to Portland, OR, for a fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University. After fellowship, she relocated to Soldotna, where she was the first Infectious Diseases doctor on the Kenai Peninsula. She has since moved to Anchorage, where she is in private practice, providing inpatient and outpatient consults at the state’s largest referral hospital.
She has been the Denali College Head since 2021.
Experienced Infectious Diseases specialist whose practice is focused on delivering patient-centered care. Experience includes inpatient consults at the largest hospitals in Alaska, providing critical care access and long-term acute care hospitals. Outpatient work includes care of patients with post-surgical infections, chronic wounds, osteomyelitis, HIV, Hepatitis, outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy, and travel medicine.
Over two years of telehealth experience, critical for delivering and coordinating care in remote areas of Alaska. Additional experience in infection prevention and antimicrobial stewardship, which during the COVID-19 pandemic required rapid adaptation and coordination of new guidelines across multiple facilities.
Interests include wound care and global health, with experience working in Guatemala, Botswana, and Peru.
Fluent in Spanish and English.
Dr. Caballero accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and all Military insurance.
For billing questions, you may contact Dr. Caballero's billing company at 415-539-2868, or please contact our office at 907-375-8785
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