UT Physicians Internal Medicine – Texas Medical Center
Physicians & Health Care Team
UT Physicians internists and specialists offer extensive cross-training in a variety of specialties, enabling them to serve the health care needs of the entire family, from newborns to seniors.
Board-certified lung disease specialists from McGovern Medical School Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine are available for prompt evaluation of all types of lung disease. Our physicians have expertise in pulmonary arterial hypertension, interstitial (restrictive) lung disease, sarcoidosis, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), occupational lung disease and sleep apnea.
All sleep disorders are evaluated and managed, including insomnia, excessive sleepiness, movement activity during sleep, snoring and problems with the sleep/wake schedule. UT Sleep Medicine physicians also staff the AASM-accredited Memorial Hermann Hospital Sleep Disorders Center in the Texas Medical Center, where overnight and daytime sleep studies are performed. These physicians provide pre-study evaluation and post-study follow-up as well as sleep consultations from other physicians. Both children and adults are evaluated by UT Sleep Medicine and in the Memorial Hermann Hospital Sleep Disorders Center.
High Pedestrian Alert
The Fannin facing side of the UTPB Garage Building has a high traffic of pedestrians. Please be careful when entering and exiting the parking building.
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|Up to 1 hour, 20 min||$5|
|Up to 1 hour, 40 min||$6|
|Up to 2 hours||$7|
|Up to 2 hours, 20 min||$8|
|Up to 2 hours, 40 min||$9|
|Up to 6 hours||$10|
|Up to 24 hours||$20|
|Valet Parking – Up to 6 hours||$12|
|Valet Parking – Up to 24 hours||$20|
Getting to the Parking Garage
From Fannin Street (Southbound)
On Fannin Street, Take a right on the Ross Sterling light between Mac Gregor and John F. Freeman Blvd.
Five tips to keep your children safe
In honor of National Injury Prevention Day, UT Physicians pediatrician highlights the top five tips for child safety.
Resetting the body clock from daylight saving time
Some people will have difficulty adjusting when we turn our clocks back one hour on Nov. 1st. An expert provides some tips on how to cope with the yearly change.
First Houston post-coronavirus clinic part of new UTHealth COVID-19 Center of Excellence
The UTHealth COVID-19 Center of Excellence will include the first post-COVID-19 clinic in Houston aimed at helping adults and children suffering from the aftereffects of the virus.
Dear parents – Call your pediatrician
After a noticeable dip in immunizations over the last few months, pediatricians are urging parents to schedule important checkups and vaccines.
McGovern Medical School students step up to relieve burdens for front line physicians
With the pandemic requiring a lot of time from front line workers, medical students have created a response team to help where they can.
Three ways to battle boredom at home
With activities and travel options limited, it’s natural to feel bored and antsy. This may be the perfect opportunity to try new things and add variety to your day.
Sleep issues cropping up as a result of pandemic
Sleep is essential to a healthy immune system, but stress and anxiety associated with COVID-19 may be getting in the way. An expert provides some helpful tips on getting a good night’s rest.
UTHealth, Memorial Hermann seeking plasma donations from survivors of COVID-19
UTHealth and Memorial Hermann are investigating the possibility that plasma from COVID-19 survivors may help patients recover from the virus.
Turner syndrome patients may be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19
Due to a number of underlying health conditions, patients with Turner syndrome may be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
The growing vape crisis
Vaping-related lung disease is on the rise due to the popularity of the trendy habit.