UT Physicians Multispecialty – Sienna
Physicians & Health Care Team
Conveniently located on Highway 6 just west of the Fort Bend Parkway, UT Physicians at Sienna brings world-renowned healthcare right to your neighborhood. Our doctors provide high quality care for children, adolescents and adults with services that include:
- Adult and pediatric primary care
- Comprehensive woman’s health services
- Specialty care for adults and children
- Imaging services
As the clinical practice of McGovern Medical School, UT Physicians is a national leader in the delivery of integrated, personalized care, with many of our doctors listed among the “Best Doctors in America.” In 2019, the center was recognized as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) by the highly respected National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
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.
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Coordinated care leads to rapid treatment from life-threatening aneurysm
Brent Diez, a retired engineer, had no idea that a routine health visit would uncover a large aneurysm and ultimately lead to lifesaving surgery. Thanks to the coordinated efforts by UT Physicians doctors, Carman Whiting, MD, family medicine physician, and Gustavo Oderich, MD, vascular surgeon, Brent can continue enjoying his retirement.
Men’s Health Month highlights the need for preventive care
A family medicine expert brings awareness to the need for preventive mental and physical care during Men’s Health Month.
Exercise and nutrition tips for 2021
Staying on track is tough when it comes to New Year’s resolutions, but not impossible! Are you one of the many people making a commitment to be healthy in 2021? If so, Carman Whiting, MD, a family medicine doctor with UT Physicians, has advice on how to be successful.
What seniors need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines
An expert in senior care, Carmel Dyer, MD, explains what older adults need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Annual checkup with your physician is key to good health
Taking good care of yourself means eating right, exercising, getting adequate rest, and seeing your physician regularly.
Seniors and children benefit from telehealth during the pandemic
Seniors, their caregivers, and children are responding well to telemedicine during the pandemic in more ways than one.
Five reasons why you should get an annual checkup
Regular checkups are beneficial for people of all ages. If you don’t see a doctor regularly, this is a good time to start. Here are five reasons why.
Celebrating the moment the practice began expansion outside the 610 Loop
Celebrating 10 years of services in the Missouri City/Fresno area, UT Physicians looks back at its history on expansion.
Get comfortable with the uncomfortable: How to talk with your kids about racism
UT Physicians experts provide parental guidance on talking with children about racism. What you need to know and how to have the talk.
Men’s Health Month: How men are affected by the stress of unemployment
When you are laid off for any reason, it is normal to feel a sense of loss and uncertainty. However, the emotional impact may sting more for men. Andrea Taylor, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist, explains how job loss can affect men in particular and shares helpful coping strategies.