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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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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

As a stay-at-home dad of three, Jordan Gonzales was determined to tackle his Type 2 diabetes diagnosis to be a healthy and present parent.
Learn how a pediatric cardiologist helped one girl control her dysautonomia and become the academic, athletic, and life-loving teenager she is today.
Expectant parents fly around the world to seek out care at UT Physicians. How they were helped and the inspiring way they are striving to assist others.
When UTHealth Houston employee Elizabeth Dravis learned she had a rare kidney disease, a team of doctors with UT Physicians was instrumental to her recovery.
After a shocking multiple sclerosis diagnosis, Christiane Lederer decided to put all her energy into healing and helping others.
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News

For National Hydration Day on June 23, a UT Physicians family doctor explains the importance and benefits of filling up on water each day.
An emergency medicine doctor teaches CPR and what to remember in situations of drowning, heat stroke, and choking.
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RESEARCH

Targeting a specific protein in smooth muscle cells may dramatically reduce atherosclerotic plaque formation

A new study shows targeting a protein in smooth muscle cells can block and decrease buildup of atherosclerotic plaque in mouse models, according to researchers with UTHealth Houston.