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Andres Herrera Camino, MD

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Andres Herrera Camino, MD

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Phoenix Children's Hospital - Thomas Campus

1919 E. Thomas Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
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About Andres Herrera Camino, MD

With expertise in respiratory and critical care medicine, Andres Herrera-Camino, MD, strives to provide high-quality, comprehensive care for patients with complex needs. She understands the impact that critical illness - such as cystic fibrosis, severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia and neuromuscular weakness - has on long-term health and quality of life among survivors. She emphasizes to her patients and their families the importance of rehabilitation as a tool to relieve some of these adverse effects.

"The comprehensive and collaborative approach to patient care in the ICU, as well as the in-depth knowledge and understanding of human physiology and my interest in continuity of care and patient outcomes after hospital discharge, drew me to this field," says Dr. Herrera-Camino, who has dual fellowship training in pediatric critical care and pulmonary medicine.

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With expertise in respiratory and critical care medicine, Andres Herrera-Camino, MD, strives to provide high-quality, comprehensive care for patients with complex needs. She understands the impact that critical illness - such as cystic fibrosis, severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia and neuromuscular weakness - has on long-term health and quality of life among survivors. She emphasizes to her patients and their families the importance of rehabilitation as a tool to relieve some of these adverse effects.

"The comprehensive and collaborative approach to patient care in the ICU, as well as the in-depth knowledge and understanding of human physiology and my interest in continuity of care and patient outcomes after hospital discharge, drew me to this field," says Dr. Herrera-Camino, who has dual fellowship training in pediatric critical care and pulmonary medicine.

"I enjoy the multidisciplinary, collaborative approach in the PICU and the implementation of early strategies and follow-up care programs aimed at mitigating some of the long-term consequences of critical illness."

Dr. Herrera-Camino also spent time studying abroad as a medical student, completing a pediatric clerkship in Lima, Peru. The limited resources and access to technology within Peru's healthcare system meant that many children succumbed daily to the effects of preventable and treatable diseases. That was difficult for her to witness.

As a pediatric resident, Dr. Herrera-Camino was selected for the Morris Green Physician Scientist Development Program at Indiana University/Riley Hospital for Children. A fellow of

American Academy of Pediatrics, she also belongs to the American Thoracic Society, the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the European Respiratory Society.

Passionate about traveling within the United States and abroad, Dr. Herrera-Camino enjoys hiking, biking and winter sports. She is excited to practice at Phoenix Children's, working with a diverse population of children with a variety of conditions.

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