"Many tumors in the lung never cause symptoms, and that's why, without screening, three-quarters of patients present with cancer [that is] too advanced for surgery because it's already spread," says Dr. David Gerber, associate professor of internal medicine and clinical sciences at UT Southwestern Medical Center. … Read Full Story
UTSW care earns national recognition
UT Southwestern is ranked the #1 Hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth by U.S. News & World Report for 2017-18, while 10 of our specialties have been either nationally ranked (top 50 in the nation) or designated as high performing by the publication.
Six Nationally Ranked Specialties
Eight High-Performing Specialties and Procedures
Community-based care facilities closer to home
We've brought the leading-edge therapies and world-class care of UT Southwestern to Richardson/Plano, Las Colinas, Park Cities, and Fort Worth.
Medical Center at Las Colinas
The Medical Center at Las Colinas provides specialty services in the Las Colinas General Internal Medicine Clinic and the Las Colinas Obstetrics/Gynecology Clinic.
Medical Center at Park Cities
The Medical Center at Park Cities features cardiology, general internal medicine, obstetric/gynecologic, and rheumatology services.
Medical Center at Richardson/Plano
The Medical Center at Richardson/Plano features behavioral health, cancer, neurology, obstetric/gynecologic, primary care, sports medicine, and urology services.
The Moncrief Medical Center at Fort Worth
The Monty and Tex Moncrief Medical Center at Fort Worth located in Fort Worth's medical district provides outpatient care in more than a dozen subspecialties.
New Medical Center in the Heart of Fort Worth
The Monty and Tex Moncrief Medical Center at Fort Worth, our new outpatient facility in Fort Worth’s medical district, provides local access to care in 16 UT Southwestern specialties.
Dr. Lisa Monteggia, professor of neuroscience at the O’Donnell Brain institute said, “now that we have a target in place, we can study the pathway and develop drugs that safely induce the antidepressant effect.” … Read Full Story
Dr. Joseph S. Takahashi, chairman of neuroscience at UT Southwestern’s Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute, and an investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, discusses research on whether it is actually the calorie reduction or the time at which food is consumed that extends lifespan. … Read Full Story