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Roberto Fabricio Diaz, M.D.

I earned my degree as a medical doctor at the Universidad Mayor of San Andres in Bolivia in 1990. I ranked No. 1 in my class. I trained in Internal Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago / Michael Reese Hospital. I am Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. I started practicing medicine in Chicago after residency in 1995. However, I did not like the fast pace of a big city, so my wife and I decided to move to Alice in 2005. I felt that my experience, knowledge and skills were going to be better utilized in this city. I have to say that I am very happy to call the “hub” city my home.

You can be sure that if you chose to consult with us, we will do our best to provide you with the quality and compassionate medical care you deserve.


Chantee Wyatt, PA-C

Master's Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Idaho State University.

I am from Northern Utah from a small city known as “Little Alaska”. It has been quite a transition to southern Texas, and I am still trying to adjust to the heat.

I have really enjoyed my time here at Alice Internal Medicine, and am very eager to continue building relationships with the community.I love my work and am happy to be here in Alice,Tx. My patients are very kind and have made my job that much more enjoyable. I consider myself a hard worker and am dedicated to helping those in need. My hope is that I can make a difference in my patient's lives as well as provide the best medical care possible.


Brittany Kubena, MCMSc, PA-C

I was born and raised in Bay City, TX. After high school, I received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. With my love for helping others and passion for healthcare, I decided to pursue a career as a Physician Assistant. I received a Master of Clinical Medical Science from Barry University Physician Assistant Program in Miami, Fl. and graduated with salutatorian honors and receiving the Dr. Jules Ross Award for excellence in community service. Upon graduation, I moved to corpus Christi and have been in practice in Alice for a year and a half. I am committed to providing high quality healthcare to the rural communities of South Texas. I am happy to be a part of a growing practice that emphasizes health prevention and promotion and strive to continually provide patients with healthcare accessibility and superiority. I am privileged to serve those in this community and to work at such a great internal Medicine practice. Thanks and Gig'em.


Lola Dorset-Reyna, F.N.P.-C

I am Lola Dorsett-Reyna, a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. I have been in practice for about two years now, but have been in the nursing profession since 1990. With twenty years experience in the emergency room setting I had the benefit of providing urgent as well as non-urgent care to patients of all age groups. I am now proud to be part of a (Thriving) medical practice, Alice Internal Medicine and Consultants, P.A. Under the medical supervision of Dr. Diaz I am a native of Alice and have two beautiful children who are my world. In 2000, I completed my under-graduate work at the University of Oklahoma. Ten years later, I decided to further my career and pursue my graduate studies at Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

I am passionate about providing the best possible patient care to the citizens of Alice. I always treat patients as I would expect my self or my family to be treated. Please call today to make an appointment.

I look forward to meeting you and your family.

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Tracy P. Lemanski, F.N.P.-C

I have been a registered nurse for the past nine years and in that time I have developed both a love and a fierce pride in my chosen profession. I have also come to know myself and in so doing I have realized that caring for the health of the others is what will be my life's work.

As a native of Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend, I feel now that my formal schooling and training are complete, it is time for me to give something back to this part of Texas that I call home, and that has given me so many opportunities.

I realize however, that learning and self-improvement should be lifelong aspirations. As a FNP, it is my hope that I have the opportunity to work in a collaborative environment with my supervising physician. To face and overcome challenges together to teach and to be taught, to learn and grow with one another while serving this community.