Katrina Moore is a Board Certified Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner (WHCNP) who joined Victoria Women’s Clinic in May of 2015.
Katrina was born and raised in East Texas. She graduated from Angelina College with her Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) in 1978. She began working in rural hospitals and for the San Patricio County Department of Public Health in 1981 where she provided health care in three rural clinics. In 1986, she had the opportunity to become a Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner as part of the Texas Department of Health’s initiative to decrease the maternal and fetal mortality/morbidity in Texas by providing women’s health care to the medically underserved rural areas in Texas. She graduated from the U.T. Health Science Center in Dallas in 1988 and became a certified WHCNP. She continued to work in the three San Patricio County Department of Public Health clinics until her move to Victoria County in 1990.
In 1990, Katrina began working for the Victoria County Health Department providing prenatal care and women’s health services until 1992, when the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) assumed management. In 2007, Katrina obtained her colposcopy module certification. Katrina continued her practice as a WHCNP and Clinical Director at UTMB until its closure in 2007.
Katrina sees patients at both Citizens and DeTar North Victoria Women’s Clinic locations. She has privileges at DeTar Navarro, DeTar Women & Children’s Hospital, and Citizens Medical Center.