UT Physicians Pediatric Center Neonatal High Risk Clinic
- Phone(832) 325-7196
- Fax(713) 512-7195
Physicians & Health Care Team
The UT Physicians Pediatric Center Neonatal High Risk Clinic provides all-inclusive and ongoing services to babies who required care in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Our multidisciplinary team specializes in providing families with all of the support they need after discharge from the NICU. The clinic provides general pediatric care as well as ongoing care of all of the complex medical issues that NICU graduates may have. The Neonatal High Risk Clinic manages equipment (g-tubes, oxygen, etc.) and also provides ongoing developmental, behavioral, and growth assessment and care for the unique conditions that may occur in the newborn period.
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.
|Up to 1 hour||$4|
|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.
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