*Primary Care Services:



  • Chronic Disease Mangement
  • Acute Illness Care
  • Same Day or Next Day Priority Sick visits
  • General Physical Exam
  • Depression Screens
  • Well Woman Exam 
  • PPD Test

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* We are currently not accepting further primary care patients, our primary care panel is closed.  We however  have appointments available for our weight loss program, second opinoin consultations and general physicals without need for long term PCP.

All of our medical aesthetic services are perfermed in our physician lead medical clinic. Our doctor is at our location at all times. Each of our staff are personally trained and supervised by Dr. Castoreno.



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We now offer our patients access to high quality professional Vitamin and Supplement formulas which 

require a physician to despense. 

In some cases these products may be obtained directly from our office or from our manufactures eStore, a convenient service provided to you on behalf of Dr. Castoreno. We will provide you with a code that will allow you to create a new account.

Women's Comrehensive Clinic for Internal Medicine

1611 N. Alamo

San Antonio, TX 78215

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     Women's Comprehensive Clinic for Internal Medicine welcomes all patients regardless of gender. Please note that we do not offer Obstetrical, Psychiatric, Pain management or Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Services.

     Due to the increase abuse and addiction of prescription drugs categorized as schedule II-V controlled substances, Women’s Comprehensive Clinic for Internal Medicine does not  provide any long term narcotic painkillers, sedatives, tranquilizers or stimulants. We apologize for the inconvenience and will assist in appropriate referrals whenever possible.​ Additionally no refills will be provided on above stated medications.

We are currently not accepting patients, our  panel is closed. 

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