Why Choose UT Health Austin?
We care about what matters most to you
You, your family, your goals, and your preferences are always at the center of your care. We work with you to build a unique treatment plan that meets your needs and the goals you want to accomplish.
We offer compassionate, whole-person care
We integrate health and behavioral health services to better understand you as a person. Our team is here to listen, learn, and communicate with you throughout your treatment to ensure your care always meets your needs.
We have a team of experts focused on you
Depending on your unique needs, your care team may include various specialists that we have available onsite, including doctors, surgeons, nurse practitioners, dietitians, physical therapists, social workers, and more.
What’s New at UT Health Austin
Managing a Difficult Diagnosis
February 19, 2020
At UT Health Austin, social workers are often a part of the patient’s care team, helping patients manage their diagnosis as well as any personal, social, or emotional difficulties they may be experiencing. If you or a loved one was recently diagnosed with a life-altering medical condition, UT Health Austin social workers are here to help you navigate this difficult journey.
UT Health Austin Strong
February 12, 2020
UT Health Austin's Sports and Injury Clinic treats all athletes, including your everyday jogger, adaptive athletes, and athletes with disabilities. Learn how Sports Medicine Clinical Director and orthopedic surgeon, Anthony Johnson, MD, FAOA, FACS, FAAOS, and his team are uniquely equipped to care for the needs of tactical athletes.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: What You Need to Know
February 11, 2020
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can be a lifelong disorder that often requires specialized care to manage. Winifred Mak, MD, PhD, a reproductive endocrinologist at the Women’s Health Institute answers common questions about PCOS symptoms, available treatment options, and more.