Aimee Garza Lopez

Meet Aimee

Aimee is a native Texan, born and raised in San Antonio.

Aimee Garza Lopez
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Native Texan

Sixth Generation Texan

As a native Texan, it is my vision to preserve what makes Texas great. A focus on expanding our existing businesses starts with an investment in our future. We need leadership in Austin focused on investment in our schools and transportation infrastructure. Our quality of life depends on keeping a healthy business environment, an abundance of housing, and a first-class educational system. We need a discussion started about health insurance transparency. Texans should be able to know if a doctor’s visit is covered without making a call or searching a website.

Snapshots in Aimee's Life

  • San Antonio

    Aimee is a native Texan, born and raised in San Antonio. The eldest of three children. Her sister is a former teacher and her brother is an architect.

  • Parents

    Her father is a Vietnam veteran who worked as a child support investigator under then-Attorney General Greg Abbott. Her mother was a diabetes nurse educator until her retirement from CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System.

  • College Station

    Aimee graduated from Texas A&M University, Class of ’97. She applied and became the first in her family to attend medical school.

  • UTHSC San Antonio

    After attending The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Aimee continued a residency in neurology and a fellowship in neurophysiology. She is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

  • North Texas

    In 2007, she moved to North Texas into the White Rock Neighborhood in East Dallas. Her first daughter Noemi was born in 2009. She moved to her current residence in the Preston Highlands Neighborhood in 2011. Her second daughter Madeleine was born in 2012. 

  • Frisco

    In 2010, Aimee founded a general neurology medical practice in Frisco. She is the medical director and under her leadership has expanded to include a second location in Southlake, Texas, in 2018. Her company now employs more than twenty people. In 2013, she assumed a position as adjunct faculty for The University of North Texas Health Science Center. 

  • District 66

    Her peers recognize Aimee as a recipient of D Magazine Best of Dallas and Collin County, and the Pace Setter Award given by the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She is the only volunteer neurologist with the Collin County Project Access Program providing county-wide medical care for those who are medically uninsured and indigent. She volunteers her time as a Girl Scout troop leader. She is a parishioner of the Prince of Peace Catholic Parish.

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