Christina Rubano, PA-C

Christina is a Waterbury native. She inherited her love for medicine at a young age from her mother, who has been a nurse for over 35 years. She attended Holy Cross High School in 2009, graduating with an academic scholarship for college. She went on to graduate with honors from Kings College in Wilkes-Bare Pennsylvania Accelerated PA Program with a bachelor’s degree in Medical Studies in 2013 and a Master’s in Physician Assistant studies in 2014.

She practiced in the Waterbury area in the fields of neurosurgery for four years, rheumatology for 4 years, and now otolaryngology (ENT). She loves the ever-evolving field of otolaryngology and is fiercely dedicated to her patients and fellow staff. She is always willing to learn and is always willing to listen to any concerns her patients may have.

When she is not practicing medicine, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their dachshund, Nina, as well as cooking, baking, and making pasta.

Dr. Christina Rubano

Christina is a Waterbury native. She inherited her love for medicine at a young age from her mother, who has been a nurse for over 35 years. She attended Holy Cross High School in 2009, graduating with an academic scholarship for college. She went on to graduate with honors from Kings College in Wilkes-Bare Pennsylvania Accelerated PA Program with a bachelor’s degree in Medical Studies in 2013, and a Master’s in Physician Assistant studies in 2014.

She practiced in the Waterbury area in the fields of neurosurgery for four years, rheumatology for 4 years, and now otolaryngology (ENT). She loves the ever evolving field of otolaryngology and is fiercely dedicated to her patients and fellow staff. She is always willing to learn and is always willing to listen to any concerns her patients may have.

When she is not practicing medicine, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their dachshund, Nina, as well as cooking, baking, and making pasta.”

Dr. Christina Rubano

Christina is a Waterbury native. She inherited her love for medicine at a young age from her mother, who has been a nurse for over 35 years. She attended Holy Cross High School in 2009, graduating with an academic scholarship for college. She went on to graduate with honors from Kings College in Wilkes-Bare Pennsylvania Accelerated PA Program with a bachelor’s degree in Medical Studies in 2013, and a Master’s in Physician Assistant studies in 2014.

She practiced in the Waterbury area in the fields of neurosurgery for four years, rheumatology for 4 years, and now otolaryngology (ENT). She loves the ever evolving field of otolaryngology and is fiercely dedicated to her patients and fellow staff. She is always willing to learn and is always willing to listen to any concerns her patients may have.

When she is not practicing medicine, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their dachshund, Nina, as well as cooking, baking, and making pasta.”