Oscar Aguilar, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Aguilar was born in El Paso, Texas, he grew up in Juarez, Mexico. He received the medical doctor degree from Monterrey Tech, from where he graduated with honors in the top 3% of the class. He then coursed the internship and residency of Internal medicine at the university of Kansas in Kansas City, KS. After this he came back to Texas and did a fellowships or subspecialties in Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology and Nuclear cardiology all at Baylor college of medicine in Houston. During his training he was the recipient of numerous awards like the “The Student Voice outstanding teaching Award”, “The Milton Mc Greevy Award”, “The Marc Beck Award”, “The Roy Edwards Jr. Award” to name a few.

Between 1986 and 1989 during his high school and college days, he was a javelin thrower becoming the Mexican national champion in the discipline as well as 4th place in the Central American games. He has been working as a cardiologist in El Paso, Texas since completing his last subspecialty in 2003. He served as the director of the cardiology department at Las Palmas medical center, and the Hospitals of providence memorial campus for multiple years as well as the board of directors in both institutions.

Over the last 8 or 9 years he added to his training the specialty of obesity medicine as well as the special training in metabolic medicine and nutrition and hormone replacement therapy. More recently he completed a master’s degree in public health from the University of Southern New Hampshire. Now the main focus in his career is to combine all his training and give a kind of concierge medicine service to his patient with the main goal of providing an integral approach to medicine and cardiology. He is currently the director of Texas Integrative Medicine and Cardiology in El Paso, Texas.