Angela Black, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Dr. Black has been practicing medicine since 2001. She has two daughters and enjoys hiking, yoga, and cooking. She is an advocate for children with special healthcare needs, especially children with epilepsy like her youngest daughter who has Dravet syndrome. 

 Dr. Black is dedicated to guiding families in making sustainable and impactful changes to their habits, particularly in the realm of diet. Her focus is on promoting a whole food plant-based diet, emphasizing its role in preventing and treating obesity and associated chronic diseases. She believes in individualized care, recognizing the unique needs of each child and family and strives to go beyond traditional medical interventions, providing education, support, and practical tools to empower families in cultivating a foundation for lifelong health.

Undergrad Education: University of Texas at Arlington, BS in Microbiology
Medical School: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Residency: Internship at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, TX Residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, FL
Corridor Locations: San Marcos
Hospital Affiliations: Consulting privileges at Dell Childrens
Certifications: Board Certified by ABP, Fellow of AAP