New Docs on the Block

Clinical Centers bring UTSW care to the community

Think of it as world-class health care, right in your own backyard. UT Southwestern has opened its first neighborhood Clinical Center, in Richardson/Plano, bringing the Medical Center’s renowned clinical expertise directly to the community.

The Richardson/Plano Center, located off Waterview Parkway near the UT Dallas campus in Richardson, offers primary care, Ob/Gyn services, and sports medicine expertise. In 2013, cancer care and behavioral health services will be added, along with a variety of other specialties.

“We recognized that in order to effectively serve our community, we needed to have more services placed off campus where they can be more accessible,” says Bruce  Meyer, M.D., Executive Vice President for Health System Affairs.

Primary Care

R. Nelson Lea Jr., M.D.
Dr. Lea has been treating preteens through seniors in the Dallas-Fort Worth area since 2000. He is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.


Zarmina Aman, M.D.
Dr. Aman treats patients of all ages and stages of their reproductive life. For the past five years, she has been treating patients in an underserved area of New York.

Xercerla Littles, M.D.
Dr. Littles treats women of all ages and provides comprehensive care to mothers and their unborn children. She enjoys educating patients about women’s health issues.

Tam Truong, M.D.
Dr. Truong has been a UT Southwestern faculty member for more than 20 years, providing obstetrical, gynecological, and well-woman preventive care.

Sports Medicine

Robert Dimeff, M.D.
Dr. Dimeff treats all ages and types of athletes. He is Medical Director of the Dallas Stars and a consultant for the World Olympic Gymnastics Academy (WOGA).

William Robertson, M.D.
Dr. Robertson’s patients include all types of athletes and active adults. He serves as Head Team Physician of the Dallas Stars, in addition to other North Texas teams.

Richardson/Plano Clinic map

Coming soon to the Park Cities

UTSW will open its second Clinical Center — in the Park Cities — in early 2013. To be located at 8611 Hillcrest Road, just north of Northwest Highway, the Center will initially feature adult primary care, Ob/Gyn care, and cardiology care.