UT Physicians Family Practice – Bayshore
Physicians & Health Care Team
UT Physicians Family Practice – Bayshore provides comprehensive primary care for children and adults. Providers at this location have special expertise in geriatrics, sports medicine and ambulatory services. The center is staffed by physicians in family medicine, internal medicine, psychology and psychiatry.
In 2017, the center earned Level 3 recognition as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) by the highly respected National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
In a patient-centered medical home, each patient’s care is overseen by clinician-led teams that coordinate treatment across the health care system. Research shows that medical homes can lead to higher quality and lower costs, and can improve patient and provider reported experiences of care.
Achieving recognition requires meeting elements that include enhancing access and continuity, identifying and managing patient populations, planning and managing care, providing self-care support and community resources, tracking and coordinating care and measuring and improving performance.
In 2019, The American Medical Association recognized the clinic for achieving 70 percent or greater blood pressure control among its adult patients.
Please fill out the necessary forms in advance of your appointment to help save time during your visit to the clinic.
All new behavioral health patients should fill out the New Patient Health History Behavioral Health Form.
We do not accept these documents via email.
Staying safe in extreme heat
When temperatures reach triple digits, it’s important to understand what safety precautions you can take. Heat-related illness is a very common occurrence. Learn tips on how to stay cool and safe in extremely hot weather.
Programar citas durante COVID-19
Muchos pacientes pueden estar preocupados por asistir a sus citas médicas durante una pandemia, lo que podría poner en riesgo su salud.
Sports physicals more critical in the wake of COVID-19
Sports physicals have always been important in identifying underlying health issues for student-athletes. They are increasingly more essential as school districts and other officials set guidelines for reopening schools this fall.
Scheduling appointments during COVID-19
Many patients may be concerned about attending their medical appointments during a pandemic, potentially putting their health at risk.
Patient uses gift of sewing to make masks
A patient uses her talent of sewing to make masks for UT Physicians.
Immigration physicals offered at select sites
UT Physicians offers immigration physicals at three community clinic sites in the Greater Houston area.
Extended hours now available at additional clinics
UT Physicians offers extended clinic hours at community-based clinics across Southeast Texas.
UT Physicians Bayshore Family Practice Center Earns National Recognition for Patient-centered Care
The National Committee for Quality Assurance has recognized the UT Physicians Bayshore Family Practice Center as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH).