UT Physicians is expanding its orthopedic specialty care by adding three clinics in north Houston. Two of the clinics are located in Humble, a third in Kingwood.
With the addition of the new clinics, the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), has added new orthopedic surgeons to a team that leads education, research and clinical care in the region. Orthopedists, with specialized training, provide leading-edge techniques, procedures and minimally invasive surgical techniques with a patient-centered approach.
Joining UT Physicians, the clinical practice of McGovern Medical School, are Matthew Jordan, M.D., assistant professor, Ken Korthhauer, M.D., assistant professor and Joseph Muscat, M.D., assistant professor, Razvan Scobercea, M.D., assistant professor, and Scott Stanislaw, M.D., assistant professor. All five surgeons are affiliated with Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital.
“These additional physicians and clinics allows the department to provide exceptional musculoskeletal care to a much larger population,” said Kevin J. Coupe, M.D., assistant professor at McGovern Medical School and regional director for UTHealth orthopedics. “From sports medicine coverage of high school athletics, total joint reconstruction, non-operative care, fracture management, and subspecialty coverage, all the patients can now be served by an exceptional group of orthopedic surgeons.”
The orthopedics team in north Houston provides sports team coverage for Atascocita High School, Crosby High School, Humble High School, Huffman High School, Kingwood High School, Kingwood Park High School, New Caney High School, Porter High School, Splendora High School and Summer Creek High School.
The clinics are located at 601 Rockmead Drive, Kingwood, 77339, 18411 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Suite 550, Humble, 77346 and 9522 N. Sam Houston Parkway, Suite 2350, Humble, 77396. To schedule an appointment, call 713-486-7400.
UT Physicians, one of Houston’s largest physician practices, offers multi-disciplinary medical care at its flagship location in the Texas Medical Center, as well as at community-based health centers throughout Southeast Texas. The team of internationally recognized medical experts includes more than 1,500 clinicians certified in 80 medical specialties and subspecialties.
— Hailey Benningfield and Melissa McDonald, UT Physicians