Annette Carter Torres, APRN
Annette Carter Torres is a board-certified Advance Registered Family Nurse Practitioner who is also certified in obesity medicine. As part of the UCF Health care team, Torres provides primary care to adolescents and adults, as well as provides occupational health care.
Torres earned her master’s degree in Nursing from University of Rutgers as an Adult Nurse Practitioner and her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. She also earned a Post Masters Certification from University of Delaware as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Torres has decades of experience in a wide variety of specialty areas, including primary care, women’s health, occupational health, adolescent/pediatric health and student health. She is a strong believer in education, and taught nurse practitioner students at both UCF and University of Miami’s nurse practitioner programs. Torres still keeps her hand in teaching as a preceptor for nurse practitioner students in the UCF graduate program. Torres enjoys helping patients to manage their condition while empowering them to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
She is very efficient and she knows where to go from there, without any hesitation. No time wasted here! I received an awesome service each time!
On my initial visit, she recommended I go for further tests as she wanted to rule out every possible issue. She was correct in doing since it turned out there was something more serious to be investigated.
On a different problem, she correctly identified the cause and provided the right medication to address the issue.
She recommended the right course of action and the proper medication to properly recover from post surgery issue.Michel Bedard11/13/2018
She has helped me with my vitamin levels and quickly assessed my husband with the flu when he had it recently. She doesn't rush and is fantastic. She has been spot on diagnosing all my concerns. I am happy. The office is clean, the receptionists are so nice too. I can get an appointment when I need it.Melissa Salaman3/29/2018