Clinical Assistant Professor

Sandra Kamba is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Family Nurse Practitioner with the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. She teaches in the N.P. Residency program and works in the Nurse-Led Mobile Clinic, as well as the Sacramento County Clinic.

As an F.N.P. resident, Kamba has had the privilege of serving diverse communities both within and outside the USA. Her background as a Registered Nurse providing care to both pediatric and adult populations has equipped her with valuable clinical expertise. Assigned to the Sacramento Community Clinic, HALO, Kamba delivered comprehensive health care to an ethnically diverse, under-resourced community, with a significant portion of the patient population being of Afghani descent. Her responsibilities have included medical diagnosis and treatment, routine health assessments, preventative health care promotion, and collaboration with multiple medical specialists.

Kamba led a Patient Education Quality Improvement (QI) project to improve chronic disease management by providing patient education materials in Dari and Pashto, languages preferred by the patients. Kamba’s passion for serving underserved communities extends to global health initiatives, participating in medical camps conducted by the School of Nursing at UC Davis in collaboration with Health and Education Africa Resource Team (HEART) in Nairobi, Kenya. There, she collaborated with local providers to deliver culturally relevant chronic disease management and conducted chronic disease screenings.

Kamba received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Zimbabwe in Harare, Zimbabwe, and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from California State University, Sacramento. She earned her Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of California, Davis. She holds certifications as a Family Nurse Practitioner and a Registered Nurse in California.

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