Expanding Services and Providers at Regional Medical Centers 

Our community presence is growing! We are pleased to announce these recent additions to our regional medical centers. 


UT Southwestern Medical Center at Las Colinas

  • Obstetrics and Gynecology: Yetunde Fatunde, M.D.
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Renee Enriquez, M.D.
  • Spine: Carlos Bagley, M.D.; Stephanie Jones, M.D.; Ankit Patel, M.D.; Michael Van Hal, M.D.
  • Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation: Lindsay Ramey, M.D.


UT Southwestern Medical Center at Park Cities

  • General Internal Medicine: Aimee Hoyer, M.D.; Seema Rao, M.D.


UT Southwestern Medical Center at Richardson/Plano

  • Family Medicine: Ima Tanner, M.D.; Marium Afzal, M.D.


UT Southwestern Monty and Tex Moncrief Medical Center at Fort Worth

  • MOHS Surgery: Rajiv Nijhawan, M.D.; Divya Srivastava, M.D.
  • Neurology: Roger Blair, M.D.
  • Neuro-Otolaryngology: Joe Kutz, M.D.
  • Otolaryngology: Brittny Tillman, M.D.
  • Pulmonary Hypertension: Kelly Chin, M.D.; Sonja Bartolome, M.D.; Trushil Shah, M.D.
  • Urology: Tolulope Bakare, M.D.

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.

US News 2017 Nationally Ranked in 6 Specialties

New Medical Center in the Heart of Fort Worth

Moncrief Medical Center 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.

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