During this time of change and uncertainty, there is at least one constant - We're here to safely care for you and your family
These are times of concerns and anxieties. We understand; we, too, have navigated these waters.
Through the uncertainty, UT Health Physicians has remained true to its promise of making lives better. Our physicians and staff have prepared to battle COVID-19; we have followed closely new developments and listened carefully to guidelines from the CDC. Our own infectious disease specialists have advised our local governments.
As we reopen our doors to once again provide routine healthcare, we invite you back with the reassurance that your safety—and that of our staff and providers—is our top priority.
We have taken every precaution recommended by the CDC and other experts to avoid the risk of transmitting COVID-19.
- All our staff and providers are required to wear masks; our patients are, too.
- All people coming into the buildings are screened for COVID-19 symptoms and their temperatures are taken.
- Our waiting rooms have been reconfigured to attain appropriate social distancing and hand disinfectants are distributed throughout the buildings.
- We are also minimizing the time in waiting rooms.
- All surfaces, both in common areas and within clinics, are disinfected every two hours.
- With the option of using smart devices, such as your cell phone, to check-in and pay bills, the time the patient spends in the clinic is further decreased.
Routine healthcare is still the best way to keep a minor concern from becoming a major medical issue.
UT Health Physicians is an integrated health system with over one hundred specialties to manage every health care need from annual check-ups and management of chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure or asthma to specialized procedures and surgeries.
We are here to help with illnesses and injuries and to care for your social and emotional wellbeing. We also offer virtual visits which allow you to receive care from the comfort and safety of your home.
Yes, we are open but not just for business, but also to return to caring for the patients to whom we made a commitment to care for, continuing to provide that personal, patient-centered outstanding touch. We welcome new patients seeking the same level of care that is making us the provider of choice for Central and South Texas.
Take care of yourself. Make an appointment with one of our providers and let us guide you to better health. It is our mission and our passion to make lives better.
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Virtual visits and telemedicine care
Video visits are a convenient and safe way to get the care and answers that you need. They allow you and your physician to share information using a secure video link. Plus, they can be done from the comfort of your home. All our primary care doctors and most of our specialists can offer a video visit in place of an in-person visit.
It’s just one more way we are safely helping care for you during this time. Learn more about scheduling your video visit.
We are now taking in-person appointments at all our locations. For your safety, we have followed the latest recommendations from the CDC and from our own experts to minimize the risk of transmitting COVID-19 at all our sites. We want you to feel assured that we have the welfare of you, our staff and provider top of mind.
Appointments you've already scheduled
Keep your scheduled appointment. Your health and wellbeing are our highest priority. Delaying a health screening, a surgical procedure, a chronic condition visit or even a routine exam can lead to more serious health problems.
We are following the CDC guidelines and the advice of our own infectious disease specialists to ensure you receive care in a safe environment.
Take comfort in knowing that we have implemented new safety measures to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission to our patients and our staff. These measures include: universal screening and masking, enhanced cleaning protocols, rearranging of furniture to promote social distancing, and electronic check-in and check-out.
Additional questions or concerns
If you have any other concerns or questions, you can use MyChart to send a message to your care team, or call the office to speak with them. For general questions, please call 210-450-9000.