Ana Rosa (Robles) Celaya is part of a migrant family from the state of Jalisco Mexico and worked as a farm laborer since she was 13 years old. while simultaneously going to school to learn a new culture and a different language. It was the hard work and the environment she experienced during her work at the Californian fields that motivated her to pursue a career as a physician in her home country.
In 1986 she arrived in California, but this time well trained as a Medical Doctor, along with her husband Mario Celaya. However, valuing the importance of education and dedication, she put her profession on hold to dedicate herself to homeschooling her three children until they all went to high school. It wasn’t until then that she returned to school and focused on her education, graduating as a Physician Assistant a couple of years later.
Ana Rosa is foreign trained physician assistant with great charisma and sympathy for her patients, especially children. Throughout these years she has become a role model inspiring many young and adult females to pursue a higher standard in all aspects of their lives. Working multiple years picking fruit all over the San Joaquin Valley prepared Ana Rosa to deliver her profession with considerable kindness for her patients who are mainly farm workers.
Ana Rosa joined her husband in the medical profession, and they have happily worked together since 2008. Ana Rosa and her husband Mario Celaya have proudly and respectfully worked together for many years not only taking care of the sick but being actively involved in the prevention of chronic diseases and strengthening the family relations for which they both are passionate about.
This amazing Mexican couple shows exceptional work ethic, a profound ability to overcome obstacles, and a perseverance to endure through any hardship in order to serve the greater good of the community; not only via their medical profession but as community leaders with the hope and plan to inspire generations to come.
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We also accept non-insured cash-pay patients. New patient rate is $125 for the initial consult and $100 for each consult after the first. Charges will vary depending on the type of diagnosis and amount of time spent with the physician.