11797 South Freeway, Suite 234
Burleson, Texas 76028
Se habla español
Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice, Dr. Retamozo offers comprehensive medical care for children and adults of all ages. Fluent in both English and Spanish, Dr. Retamozo’s span of care encompasses treating acute illness, managing chronic conditions and providing generalized wellness care. Dr. Retamozo has been with Huguley Medical Associates since June of 2008 and has since maintained a strong medical presence in his local community.
Dr. Retamozo earned his medical degree at Guadalajara Autonomous University in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1975. From 1975-1976 he fulfilled internship requirements at Interboro General Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Retamozo then went on to complete a surgical residency at National Medical Center in Mexico City in 1984 and a family practice residency at University of Texas, Hermann/LBJ Hospitals and Community Health Centers in Houston, Texas in 1994.
Dr. Retamozo has practiced family medicine in Texas for almost 20 years. Most recently, he has served as an assistant professor at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in the Department of Family Medicine and a family physician at the Diamond Hill JPS Clinic. His extensive experience in family medicine encompasses urgent care centers, hospital-based practice, pediatric clinics and private practice, including a family practice at Huguley from 2002 to 2004.
Tom Browning Family Practice Physician Assistant
Mr. Browning has been part of the practice since 1996. He obtained his certified Physician’s Assistant degree at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in 1995. As our Physician’s Assistant he will help us with your care. Ways in which he may provide you care include, performing physical exams, providing diagnoses, prescriptions, and treating common illnesses.
Sheila Dwyer Family Nurse Practitioner
Sheila Dwyer is the newest member to the practice’s family. She has joined us with 11 years of experience in emergency medicine. During her time there, she worked with patients, accommodating their needs and educating them on their health, disease prevention, and health plans. Ways in which she may provide you care include, performing physical exams, providing diagnoses, prescriptions, and treating common illnesses.
Our office accepts most commercial plans.
Please call us today to find out if we accept your specific plan.
Once you arrive at the office, you will always be greeted with a smile by our friendly front desk staff. New patients will then be asked to fill out a set of standard forms to enable our staff to obtain a detailed medical history. After paperwork has been completed, our Medical Assistant will call your name and you will be escorted back. Vital signs will then be taken and the doctor will be in to visit with you shortly.
You can print and fill out this paperwork before your appointment, or once you arive to the office. If you choose to fill out the required paperwork before hand, you may obtain the forms by clicking on the HelloWell Adventist Health System link and downloading and printing all documents below.
New Patient Form:
Dr. Retamozo will then evaluate your unique set of symptoms and come to a professional diagnosis followed by a discussion of the goals and options for treatment. Together you will form a partnership and come to an agreement on which course of treatment would be the best fit for achieving your goals.
Good communication between a doctor and their patients is of utmost importance in getting to the bottom of and treating their ailments. For the best use of your time, please allow yourself to be as open and honest as possible. You can be assured that anything discussed will be kept 100% confidential.
In order to avoid dangerous medication interactions, we strongly encourage you to bring all of your current medications or a list of what you are taking to your office visit.
We realize that it can be tough to remember everything you had on your mind once you get to a physician’s office. To better recall and address all of your individual concerns one by one, it is often helpful to bring with you a list of items you would like to discuss ranked in order of their priority.