UT Physicians Pediatric Surgery – Texas Medical Center
- Phone(832) 325-7234
- Fax(713) 512-2221
Physicians & Health Care Team
The UT Physicians Pediatric Surgical team partners with the Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital and the Children’s Cancer Hospital at MD Anderson. We offer emergency and continued care for pediatric trauma patients from our level 1 trauma facility based at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital. Our UT Physicians surgical team collaborates with outstanding health care professionals in our partner facilities to care for each child and their family.
UT Physicians Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery brings special expertise to patients needing surgery to improve the appearance and/or function of abnormal structures of the body caused by birth defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors and disease.
Examples include cleft lip and palate reconstruction, reconstructive microsurgery, extremity salvage and reconstruction, hand surgery, reconstruction of syndromic craniofacial anomalies such as Apert, Crouzon, hemifacial microsomia and Treacher-Collins, treatment of non-syndromic craniosynostosis (premature skull fusion), plagiocephaly (abnormal head shape), ear and nasal deformities and pigmented and vascular birthmarks.
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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|Valet Parking – Up to 6 hours||$12|
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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.
Finding hope from afar
After doctors in her country confirmed her unborn child’s diagnosis of congenital diaphragmatic hernia, Andrea sought out UT Physicians experts for help.
Surgeon asked to virtually participate in Inauguration Day
To help spread a message of hope and positivity, Phuong Nguyen, MD, virtually participated in a musical interlude for Inauguration Day.
Daughter’s diagnosis leads mom to become a spina bifida champion
Before she was born, Ruby was diagnosed with myelomeningocele, a severe form of spina bifida in which a small fluid sac grows on the spine. A multidisciplinary team of specialists at UT Physicians is working together to provide the expert care she needs to lead a full life.
Telehealth: A timely approach to health care
Experts at UT Physicians help explain what can be accomplished during a telehealth visit between a patient and provider.
A family’s story of cleft care from infancy to childhood
Megan Harvey has been a patient of the Texas Cleft-Craniofacial Team at UT Physicians since her birth to treat her cleft lip and palate.
5-year-old rebounds after life-changing surgery
Edison Clinger can now focus his energy on school and playing “fireman,” thanks to a successful surgery at UT Physicians to make his cerebral palsy more manageable.
Pediatric urologist joins practice
New to the UT Physicians team, Dr. Jason K. Au has plans to provide multidisciplinary care for patients with spina bifida.
A change of (birth) plans
Excited about being first-time parents, Brent and Isabel decided on a birth plan. However, after an impromptu ultrasound, plans quickly changed.
Scientists and neurosurgeon team up to develop novel imaging device for babies with brain disorders
Dr. Manish N. Shah, pediatric neurosurgeon with UT Physicians, helps to develop the first wearable imaging device for infants with brain disorders that requires no anesthesia.
Open to being different: Part 2
An update on Forrest Tweed and his life after cleft lip repair surgery.