Hector Lopez, D.O.
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An El Paso native, Dr. Lopez is an Associate Clinical Professor at TCOM, Fort Worth’s premiere medical school. Nationally, he has served as a Commissioner in the U.S. Department of Health’s Commission to End Health Care Disparities, and has chaired the AOA Minority Health Office in Chicago. In 1993 he was listed as Best of Border Doctors in the El Paso Times. He was chosen as the Texas Family Physician of the year 2001. Dr. Lopez made medical history by being elected as the 1st Hispanic President of the Texas Osteopathic Medical organization 2004-05, a very prestigious honor. As many can attest, Dr. Lopez’s character & integrity are strengthened by his strong spiritual & humble family values. His medical roots run deep as seen by having a brother and two sons who are also physicians.
Hector Uriel Lopez, M.D.
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Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Dr. Lopez is a graduate of Cathedral High School. He received a B.S. degree in Biology from Trinity University and obtained his Medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio. Dr. Lopez completed a residency in Family Medicine in Scottsdale, Arizona at the Scottsdale Healthcare Family Medicine Residency program where he also served as Chief Resident and was named one of Arizona’s emerging health care leaders. Following completion of residency, Dr. Lopez pursued additional training in Sports Medicine through the CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and with the Sports Medicine Associates of San Antonio Orthopedic group. During this time, he was able to gain experience at all levels ranging from high school athletics to the professional ranks of the NBA. Sports Medicine is Dr. Lopez’s passion. Thus far, he has served as a Medical Captain for the Phoenix and San Antonio Rock-N-Roll Marathons, helped provide medical coverage for the Alamo Bowl, USA Boxing, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the 2010 FIBA America U18 Men’s Basketball Championship, and the 2011 Texas vs The Nation Bowl game. He continues as part of the medical staff for the Trinity University Athletic Department in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Lopez joined Community Medical Clinic in 2010.
9955 Dyer St.
El Paso, TX 79924