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Whether you need primary or specialty care, you can expect the latest treatments, advanced technology, and minimally invasive techniques to help you on your journey to better health.

Comprehensive care
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Whether you need primary or specialty care, you can expect the latest treatments, advanced technology, and minimally invasive techniques to help you on your journey to better health.

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At UT Physicians, we value what our patients share with us through survey comments and star ratings based on their experiences. We invite you to look at their feedback. Click on the star ratings below to see how our clinical specialties ratings compare with other academic practices across the nation. We are proud of our star ratings and our commitment to enhancing patient care.
Heart, Thoracic, & Vascular Surgery

Recognized for innovation & exceptional surgical treatment of heart & blood vessel problems.

As board certified physicians and faculty members of McGovern Medical School at UTHealth Houston, UT Physicians specialists are devoted to the surgical treatment of cardiac, thoracic, and vascular diseases.

Patient Stories

A Houstonian is back on her bike doing what she loves following care by the orthopedics team. Read more about her journey.
Bryan Reece suffered severe breaks from a traumatic motorcycle accident, but he is coming back quickly thanks to his skilled team of surgeons.
A high-risk esophageal cancer patient gets a new chance at life thanks to a groundbreaking surgical technique
This summer, a pre-teen from Nigeria received a corrective surgery from a pediatric urologist. Now he heads home with a new life — and friend!
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Research reveals how a potentially fatal COVID-19 complication damages lung tissue

Mechanisms involved in the rapid, severe progression of fibrosis in the lung tissues of COVID-19 patients, a potentially fatal complication of the virus that damages and scars the lungs, have been uncovered by researchers led by UTHealth Houston.