Park Cities Clinical Center Expands Primary and Specialty Care Services

An adult primary care specialist and a board-certified rheumatologist have been added to the UT Southwestern Clinical Center Park Cities. Joining the Clinical Center team are Barry Mirtsching, M.D., and Jessica Procter, M.D. They offer patients a range of primary care and rheumatologic services, including routine checkups and physicals, immunizations, preventive care, acute illness care, and chronic illness prevention and management.

Dr. Mirtsching was in private practice as an oncologist prior to joining UTSW, although he is no stranger to the Medical Center, having completed his residency and fellowship here. In addition to adult primary care, his clinical interests include cancer screening and prevention, hypertension, diabetes, and lipid management.

Dr. Procter returns to UTSW after 17 years in private practice as a rheumatologist. Named several times a “Best Doctor” by D Magazine, her clinical interests include rheumatoid arthritis and vasculitis. Dr. Procter earned her medical degree and did her residency and fellowship at UTSW.

The Clinical Center Park Cities, located just north of Northwest Highway on Hillcrest Road, offers Monday through Friday appointments and convenient, free parking.

In addition to primary care and rheumatology, the clinic offers specialty care in cardiology and obstetrics/gynecology.