Pacific Coast Aesthetics

Princess

Galvan

Princess Galvan at Pacific Coast Aesthetics in Aptos, CA

Pacific Coast Aesthetics specializes in medical aesthetics in Aptos, CA. For more information call us today.

Princess Galvan

Princess comes to Pacific Coast Aesthetics with a wealth of diverse experiences. She grew up in the Chicagoland Area, graduated from Carroll University with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, and completed her capstone project on the effects of environmental factors on human health. She was part of a team of student researchers in Scotland and presented their findings at a national conference for the American Chemical Society, but she is interested in more than just academic achievements. Princess taught CPR and delivered nutritional education through Hearts in Motion Nutrition Center in rural Guatemala. She volunteered at an orphanage, and worked with a team to build a well for safe drinking water for a small community in Mexico. She served as an intern at a center in Wisconsin for victims of domestic violence, child abuse, and human trafficking, and she has worked with cancer patients to deliver support classes and medically-based services that encourage, empower, and bring hope to patients and their families.

In addition to working full-time as a patient care coordinator at Pacific Coast Aesthetics, Princess works as an emergency department scribe for a Level 2 trauma center, and she currently attends classes at Monterey Peninsula College as part of her prerequisite coursework to enroll in a Master of Science Physician Assistant program. Her hobbies include horseback riding, sports, kayaking, scuba diving, yoga, meditation, and travel.

“My experiences have taught me that everyone walks a different path in life, and everyone struggles in their own way,” she says. “Service is among my core values, along with respect, integrity, and commitment to others. I know what it’s like to need help, and the smallest acts can go a long way. I love that we’re committed to these values at Pacific Coast Aesthetics. It’s a positive environment that radiates support and tranquility. We help patients fulfill their desires aesthetically, but we also help them realize their inner beauty through our actions and the encouragement we provide as a group. There’s a sense of family and community here. That’s important to me. True success means learning to take care of each other.”

Princess Galvan at Pacific Coast Aesthetics in Aptos, CA

Princess Galvan

Princess comes to Pacific Coast Aesthetics with a wealth of diverse experiences. She grew up in the Chicagoland Area, graduated from Carroll University with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, and completed her capstone project on the effects of environmental factors on human health. She was part of a team of student researchers in Scotland and presented their findings at a national conference for the American Chemical Society, but she is interested in more than just academic achievements. Princess taught CPR and delivered nutritional education through Hearts in Motion Nutrition Center in rural Guatemala. She volunteered at an orphanage, and worked with a team to build a well for safe drinking water for a small community in Mexico. She served as an intern at a center in Wisconsin for victims of domestic violence, child abuse, and human trafficking, and she has worked with cancer patients to deliver support classes and medically-based services that encourage, empower, and bring hope to patients and their families.

In addition to working full-time as a patient care coordinator at Pacific Coast Aesthetics, Princess works as an emergency department scribe for a Level 2 trauma center, and she currently attends classes at Monterey Peninsula College as part of her prerequisite coursework to enroll in a Master of Science Physician Assistant program. Her hobbies include horseback riding, sports, kayaking, scuba diving, yoga, meditation, and travel.

“My experiences have taught me that everyone walks a different path in life, and everyone struggles in their own way,” she says. “Service is among my core values, along with respect, integrity, and commitment to others. I know what it’s like to need help, and the smallest acts can go a long way. I love that we’re committed to these values at Pacific Coast Aesthetics. It’s a positive environment that radiates support and tranquility. We help patients fulfill their desires aesthetically, but we also help them realize their inner beauty through our actions and the encouragement we provide as a group. There’s a sense of family and community here. That’s important to me. True success means learning to take care of each other.”