Angela Moemeka, M.D.

Board-Certified Pediatrician

Dr. Angela Moemeka is excited to be your child’s pediatrician at Mark9 Pediatrics. Following medical school and pediatric residency, she spent 16 years practicing pediatrics in various settings including private practice, hospital medicine, health system leadership, and managed care. She then began working at Mark9 Pediatrics in 2019. It is her philosophy to provide comprehensive, compassionate and accessible care to all her patients. She believes that getting healthy should not be complicated, and that wellness comes from “making healthy easy.” When she’s not helping you and your family, you can find her volunteering for different organizations in North Texas, and spending time with her family, friends, and dog, Lucky.

Dr. Moemeka is joined by an amazing team of advanced practice providers, virtual healthcare assistants and medical office assistants who work together to ensure each family and child gets timely, responsive, and appropriate care when needed. Come and see the difference at Mark9 Pediatrics!

 

“Investing in the lives of children, their families and the community is what drives me.” – Dr. Moemeka

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“Whoever receives a child in my name receives me”

– Mark 9:37

Dr. Angela Moemeka
Board-Certified Pediatrician
Education
Training
Awards, Recognitions, & Certifications
  • Dallas Medical Journal, 2015 Women In Medicine edition
  • Beta Gamma Sigma, Business Honors Society
  • Dean’s Certificate of Excellence, Temple University Fox School of Business, MBA Program
  • Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Presentations & Publications
  • Understanding Atopy. RubiconMD CME Webinar Series. March 2019
  • Texas Pediatric Society. Central Texas Pediatric Trauma Learning Collaborative. Adverse Childhood Experiences: Insurance, Documentation and Billing in Clinical Practice. November 2018
  • UNT Health Sciences Center – Cultural Conversations: Socioeconomic status and its impact on health. October 2018
  • The Hunger Busters Raising Awareness Event. “Child Nutrition and Health.” March 2016
  • Leadership Dallas. “Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Breaking the Intergenerational Cycle.” February 2016
  • Global Health Grand Rounds, UT Southwestern Medical Center. “Strategies for Keeping Communities Healthy: Using the WHO Process for Collective Impact.” December 2015
    Children at Risk 6th Annual North Texas Children’s Summit. Keynote Address: “Making Healthy Easy In North Texas.” Community-based solutions to improving social health. September 2015
  • Mega Fest 2015. “Your Health is Your Wealth” Panel. August 2015
  • Dallas Weekly. “Breath of Fresh Air” (Asthma Triggers) June 2015
  • Healthcare Policy & System Panel. National Medical Association, Region V Conference. April 2015
  • Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, 2015 High-Utilizer Conference. Poster presentation: Community Engagement as a Catalyst to Heal the Social and Health Conditions that Affect a Child’s Health. March 2015
Committees & Boards
  • Chair, Board of Censors, Dallas County Medical Society (2021-present)
  • Member, Board of Directors, Texas Pediatric Society (2020-present)
  • Member, Women In Medicine, Dallas County Medical Society (2015-present)
Faculty Appointments