DALLAS – September 17, 2022 – Thousands of residents, business owners, and regional leaders gathered on Saturday for the community’s inauguration UT Southwestern Medical Center in RedBirdthe largest regional campus and the first to bring academic medicine to the thriving South Dallas region.
The two-story, 150,000-square-foot campus is the sixth regional outpatient medical center of US Southwestern University that offers a multitude of services in primary care, heart care, and cancer. The facility also provides laboratory services, a full-service pharmacy, and advanced imaging technologies such as MRI and CT scans, along with women’s health services such as mammography. Specialized care coming later this year includes neurological services from Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute and culinary medicine programme.
The 150,000-square-foot UT Southwestern Medical Center in RedBird offers many services including advanced imaging technologies.
UT Southwestern is ranked among the nation’s top 40 providers of cancer, cardiac, and neurological care, as well as multiple specialties including diabetes, gastroenterology, geriatrics, and endocrinology services by US News & World Report The best hospitals.
“I have been a patient with UT Southwestern for many years and love the doctors. I love it,” said Debra J. Wilson, retired DeSoto and UTSW patient for 25 years and was one of the first patients seen at the center. It reminds me a lot of downtown in southwestern Utah.”
UT Southwestern in RedBird, located at the east end of Reimagining Redbird The development facing Camp Wisdom Road near US 67 south of downtown Dallas is expected to help meet the medical needs of patients who live or work in Oak Cliff, DeSoto, Duncanville, Cedar Hill, Lancaster and surrounding areas in pursuit of UT Southwestern’s premier academic brand. He said medical experience John Warner, MD, Executive Vice President for Health System Affairs.
“Residents of southern Dallas are struggling with a lack of nearby healthcare treatment options, and UT Southwestern is looking to help fill that void,” said Dr. Warner, MD, a preventive cardiologist and executive director of the UT Southwestern Health System. “We are committed to building lasting relationships within the community and engaging those who live and work in the region, so we understand their wide range of healthcare needs. These conversations have shaped our strategy to provide more convenient access to our specialists working together to ensure the best outcomes and experience for our patients and their families.”
Primary care services at UT Southwestern Medical Center in RedBird also include management and screening for diabetes and depression. Cardiology services include both preventive and diagnostic care to treat conditions such as high blood pressure and arrhythmias. The Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center at UT Southwestern, the only National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive center in the region and ranked among the nation’s 25 best hospitals for cancer services, offers hematology/oncology care including a range of new infusion rooms for cancer treatment, Sickle cell anemia and other diseases. later this year, O’Donnell Brenn Institute He will provide neurological care at RedBird.
Patients have access to a phlebotomy laboratory to collect and test blood and urine samples, a full-service pharmacy, and mammography and other advanced imaging modalities, including MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, and X-ray.
Southwestern Utah Culinary Medicine Program It will ultimately be among the innovative approaches to care available at UT Southwestern Medical Center in RedBird, with a focus on community education that empowers people to make diet, nutrition, and healthy foods a component of disease prevention and management.
RedBird’s new medical center includes physicians and healthcare practitioners—some of whom live and grew up in the community and wanted to take their practice to the area—as well as physicians who split their time between RedBird and William P. Junior University Hospital, which was recently ranked by US News & World Report Such as No. 1 Hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth For the sixth year in a row.
Erica Walker Williams, MD, assistant professor of internal medicine and board-certified in both internal medicine and rheumatology, welcomed the first patient—who lives near RedBird. “She had seen me once before at the main campus and decided to come here to confirm her care,” said Dr. Williams, who specializes in primary and preventive care, type 2 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and systemic lupus.
“Residents and businesses have clearly expressed the need for first-class expanded healthcare services in the community, so we are excited, not only to commit to the dozens of essential services tailored to this region but also the level of care that the southwestern US state is known to deliver,” he said. Peter Brodsky, majority owner and developer of Reimagine RedBird. “The recent UTSW announcement demonstrates the transformational momentum that continues to revitalize our RedBird Project.”
About UT Southwestern Medical Center
UT Southwestern, one of the nation’s leading academic medical centers, combines groundbreaking biomedical research with exceptional clinical care and education. The institution’s faculty has received six Nobel Prizes, and includes 26 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 17 members of the National Academy of Medicine, and 14 investigators of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Our 2,900-plus full-time faculty members are responsible for pioneering medical developments and are committed to quickly translating scientific research into new clinical treatments. UT Southwestern physicians provide care in more than 80 specialties for more than 100,000 hospitalized patients, more than 360,000 emergencies, and oversee nearly 4 million outpatient visits annually.
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