UTHealth COVID-19 Center of Excellence
Post-COVID Adult & Pediatric Care
Our specialist, your recovery support
If you suffer from COVID-19 complications or need additional recovery support, UT Physicians offers comprehensive care at one location in the Texas Medical Center.
Scope of expertise in pediatric and adult care for COVID-19 recovery
- Cardiology (Heart)
- General Medicine
- Infectious Disease
- Pulmonology (Lung)
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Otorhinolaryngology (Ear, Nose, and Throat)
- Other specialties available
Telehealth appointments available
Prefer a virtual appointment from the comfort of your home—or anywhere? UT Physicians specialists are available.
- Adhere to social distancing recommendations during the pandemic
- Consult with a healthcare provider from the safety of your home
- Safely conduct follow-up visits or customized appointments to order medication refills
- Medicare and most insurance companies cover telehealth visits (contact your health insurance company for more information)
- HIPAA compliant
- Have a quiet place for a visit
- Write down specific questions or concerns
- Have list of your medications handy
- If possible, know your vital signs
- Report any difficulties you may have doing normal activities
- Ask questions and repeat instructions
- Write down any follow-up instructions
Patient-centered care, physical & emotional
As a community, we know the pandemic has impacted people in ways that can’t physically be seen. If you are experiencing anxiety, depression, or an overall feeling of sadness, UT Physicians also provides services with a wide range of specialists in psychology, psychiatry, and counseling. The center is your source for compassionate care with specialists who actively listen and develop therapy options to help.
All visitors to The University of Texas Health Science Center Professional Building are strongly encouraged to wear a mask.
Patient resources for COVID-19
September 7, 2022
Written By: Andi Atkinson, UT Physicians | Updated: September 7, 2022
July 19, 2022
Written By: Simone Sonnier, UT Physicians | Updated: July 19, 2022
UTHealth COVID-19 research
July 23, 2021
Written By: Faith Harper | Updated: July 23, 2021
Projects of the Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences include several initiatives to address testing disparities in vulnerable and underserved populations across the state, including in the Houston metro area, in South Texas, and in East Texas and West Texas, which have higher rates of uninsured and African American populations.
July 22, 2021
Written By: Deborah Mann Lake | Updated: July 22, 2021
More than a year after COVID-19 sent her to the hospital for seven days, which included treatment with low amounts of supplemental oxygen, Sophia Holton is still suffering symptoms from the virus: headaches, pain, shortness of breath, and low energy.