Dr. Emily Triana Marx is a native of San Antonio, TX. She is of Cuban descent and speaks fluent English and Spanish. She attended Trinity University in San Antonio, TX where she graduated Cum Laude and received a BS in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry and Sociology in 1999. While at Trinity University, she was also inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society and the Mortar Board National Honor Society. She received her medical degree in 2003 from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston where she became a John A. Hartford American Federation for Aging Research Medical Student Geriatrics Scholars Grant recipient and a Hispanic American Medical Association of Houston (HAMAH) Medical Scholars premier academic scholarship recipient. She then traveled to Miami, FL to complete her internal medicine internship and residency at The University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital and she received the Garnet Peter Outstanding Teaching Resident award. She remained at Jackson Memorial Hospital for her rheumatology fellowship and then joined a rheumatology private practice group in Hallandale Beach, Florida. She moved back to San Antonio, Texas, in 2010 and is very excited to have the opportunity to help those in need of a rheumatologist here in her home town.
Dr Marx has been named one of “San Antonio’s Top Docs” as voted by her peers in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021. Dr. Marx has also been named as a “Texas Super Doctor” as seen in Texas Monthly magazine yearly from 2012-2021 and Dr. Marx was awarded “2021 San Antonio Best Female Doctor” in the First Annual Survey as referred by her peers in “Scene In S.A.” Magazine.
19272 Stone Oak Parkway, Suite 101
San Antonio, Texas 78258
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