Team Jade Providers

Amy Weiss CFNP DNP

Amy Weiss

CFNP, DNP

Amy Weiss is a New Mexico Licensed Family Practice Nurse Practitioner who obtained her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at NMSU in 2015, and her MSN at the University of New Mexico in 1998. She is faculty at UNM at the College of Nursing but still continues to practice part time at First Nations. She has been in Practice for many years at various clinics, but she has been at First Nations since 2008. She speaks Spanish and has an interest in child, adolescent and women’s health. Amy is from California, but has been living in New Mexico since 1991. She enjoys traveling, swimming, and biking.

Ursula Roblero

Ursula Roblero

M.D., Family Practice Physician

Ursula Roblero is Board certified in Family Medicine, graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in 2000. Prior to coming to First Nations Community Healthsource she worked at the University of New Mexico’s Hospital, Acoma-Canoncita-Laguna Hospital and served as a Lieutenant Commander in the US Commissioned Corp. She is fluent in Spanish and has an interest in maternal child health.

Alexandra Kazaras

Alexandra Kazaras

M.D., Family Practice Physician

Alexandra Kazaras is Board certified in Family Medicine, graduated from the University of Washington, School of Medicine in 2000. She has worked at First Nations Community Healthsource since 2001 and served as the Interim Medical Director in 2009. She also practices at the Santa Fe Indian Hospital, through UNM Locum Tenens program. She has an interest in prenatal care and women’s health. She is originally from Washington and is fluent in German and speaks Spanish. She enjoys playing soccer.

Team Coral Providers

David Johnson MD

David Johnson

MD

David Johnson is the Medical Director of FNCH and an internal medicine physician, caring for all adult patients with acute and chronic conditions. He specializes in chronic disease care for adults with diabetes, arthritis and heart disease. He joined FNCH in July 2013 after 10 years at Albuquerque Indian Health Center where he cared for patients and served as the Clinical Director. From 1998-2003, he worked at the Crownpoint IHS. During his time at IHS, Dr. Johnson was involved with Improving Patient Care Initiative and in developing a medical home. He grew up in upstate New York and trained at Cornell University, Albany Medical College and the University of Rochester. He is a Captain with the Commissioned Officer in the US Public Health Service. He is married and has 3 children. In his spare time he enjoys woodworking, running and gardening.

Kenmar Smith

Kenmar Smith

FNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner

Kenmar Smith is a Board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. He obtained his Masters degree in Nursing from the University of New Mexico in 2014. He is from South Texas and has been living in New Mexico for the last 10 years. He believed that each person is an expert on their health. He prescribes mostly an active lifestyle and health diet and supports alternative forms of healing. Kenmar speaks Spanish, enjoys traveling, spending time with his wife and daughter, and making pizza in his wood oven.

Truman Providers

Salvador Maita-Zapata

Salvador Maita-Zapata

MPAS, PA-C, Physician Assistant

Salvador Maita-Zapata is a New Mexico Licensed Physician Assistant, graduated from the University of New Mexico’s School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant Program in 2007. Salvador is also a graduate of University of Nebraska Medical Center with a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies with a family medicine specialty in 2011. He has worked at First Nations Community Healthsource since 2007. Prior to coming to First Nations Community Healthsource, he worked at University of New Mexico’s Health Sciences Center and practiced as a physician of Family Practice in Quito, Ecuador. Originally from Ecuador, he is fluent in Spanish. He has an interest in diabetes care, pediatrics and women’s health.