Dr. Mauro Provencio Jr, a true El Pasoan through and through, carries his hometown pride with every step of his journey. His academic foundation was laid at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), where he earned his Bachelor's degree of Science. The flame of his passion for medicine ignited at La Universidad Autonoma De Ciudad Juarez, where he earned his Medical Doctor degree, and later blazed brighter during his residency at the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine in El Paso, Texas. Driven by a commitment to healing, he specialized in Family Medicine and went on to complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine.

In 2012, armed with his medical degree and a heart full of dedication, he planted the seeds of his family medicine practice in the expansive landscape of El Paso's Eastside. Over nearly a decade, he has found profound joy in serving the local community, weaving a tapestry of care that goes beyond routine check-ups. At the heart of his journey lies the art of building exceptional patient relationships, emphasizing personalized attention and unwavering continuity of care.

As a board-certified practitioner in Family Medicine, Dr. Provencio Jr. is not just a medical professional; he is a proud member of the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the Society of Hospital Medicine. Dr. Provencio Jr. is fluent in both English and Spanish. That, coupled with a rich cultural understanding, positions him as an ideal advocate for the diverse community he serves in the Greater El Paso area. Dr. Mauro Provencio Jr. doesn't just practice medicine; he paints a portrait of compassion, proficiency, and community connection.

Dr. Mauro Provencio Jr., a dedicated healthcare professional, has been a vital force in shaping the future of medical students since 2008.

Serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor, he has forged impactful partnerships with esteemed institutions such as Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (Paul L. Foster School of Medicine), and the University of Texas Medical Branch.

In his role, Dr. Provencio Jr. goes beyond conventional teaching methods, engaging in personalized, one-on-one interactions with medical students. His commitment extends to mentoring and training the next generation of healthcare providers, instilling in them not only the essential medical knowledge but also the values and dedication necessary for serving the diverse needs of the borderland community and beyond.

Javier Martínez, PA-C

Marzieh Webb, NP