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Mobile Clinics


Texas Medical Center

Academic General Pediatrics
Phone: 832-822-2778
Fax: 832-825-3435


8080 N. Stadium Drive
Suite 250
Houston, TX 77054

Lynda Chima Aririguzo, MD, MPH


School Education Degree Year
Baylor College of Medicine Fellowship Academic General Pediatrics 2020
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Masters Masters of Public Health 2019
Baylor College of Medicine Residency Pediatrics, Child Global Health 2017
University of Texas at Houston Medical School Medical School Doctor of Medicine 2013
Tulane University Bachelors Bachelors 2008


Dr. Aririguzo is a pediatrician who works with the Texas Children's Mobile Clinic Program, which includes the SuperKids Mobile Clinic and the Ronald McDonald CareMobile. The mobile clinics are funded by Texas Children's Hospital/Texas Children's Pediatric Associates with help from philanthropic donations from the community. One important goal of the Mobile Clinic Program is to provide health care in the form of immunizations, regular check-ups, and urgent care visits to non-insured or underinsured children. The second goal of the mobile clinic is to provide access to both insurance and a medical home.

Clinical and Research Interests:

Improving social determinants of health, addressing issues that overlap local and global underserved populations


Organization Name Role
Academic Pediatric Association Member
American Academy of Pediatrics Member
Texas Pediatric Society Member

Selected Publications

Bacha, J. M., Aririguzo, L. C., Mng'ong'o, V., Malingoti, B., Wanless, R. S., Ngo, K., Campbell, L. R., & Schutze, G. E. (2018). The Standardized Pediatric Expedited Encounters for ART Drugs Initiative (SPEEDI): description and evaluation of an innovative pediatric, adolescent, and young adult antiretroviral service delivery model in Tanzania. BMC infectious diseases, 18(1), 448.

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Baylor College of Medicine Distinguished Resident Educator – 2017

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