Patricia Rocha, MD



Dr. Rocha completed her medical degree at the University of New Mexico, where she also earned her Bachelor of Science Degree. Her residency was completed in Roswell, N.M., with Eastern New Mexico Family Practice Residency Program.


Dr. Rocha’s arrival expands gynecological services at the center to include prenatal care and delivery. In addition to obstetrics-gynecology, Dr. Rocha will provide family practice services. Dr. Rocha is also on staff at Cibola General Hospital.

Dr. Rocha said she entered the field of medicine as she enjoys helping people. She is not new to Grants. She was interested in joining the team at Presbyterian Medical Services out of a particular respect for Grants Family Health Center colleague Ann Heath, M.D., who serves as the center’s medical director.

A member of the American Academy of Family Practitioners, she has worked in medicine in California and throughout New Mexico.

Of her personal interests, Dr. Rocha says she “loves her pets and has a passion to raise awareness of the importance to spay and neuter.”

Patricia Rocha, MD