Physician Assistant – Plano, TX

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Angelique Ferraris

Plano Texas Angelique Ferraris

A Texas native, Angelique has been working in the medical field for well over a decade, and she loves every minute of her work. The best part about her job is having the opportunity to be alongside an amazing team that is equally passionate about improving the quality of life and overall health of every patient who walks into our office. Ever since she can remember, she’s always had an interest in working in the medical field, and it was when she was a nurse that she decided to become a Physician Assistant. While working in family practice, she witnessed the impact sleep disorders had on the daily life and overall well-being of her patients, causing her to grow an interest in sleep medicine. Today, she enjoys providing quality patient-centered care to help people get the rest they deserve.

Credentials & Affiliations

Angelique attended the University of North Texas to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She later completed her Licensed Vocational Nurse program and then worked as an urgent care LVN for three years. She then went on to study at the Physician Assistant school at the University of North Texas Health Science Center to achieve her master's before working in primary care at a family medicine group for eight years until finally joining our team at Star Sleep & Wellness.

She is a proud member of several organizations, including:

  • Texas Medical Board
  • American Academy of Physician Associates
  • Texas Academy of Physician Assistants
  • National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)

When Not in the Office…

Angelique has been happily married to her husband for well over a decade. Together, they have a beautiful daughter who they love to watch play soccer, as well as two dogs that keep the family active. Other than spending time with her loved ones, she also enjoys listening to live music, going to cookouts, and attending and watching sporting events. She also moved to Colorado, North Carolina, and Georgia when she was younger before ending up back in Texas.