#1 hospital in DFW, 6th year in a row.
We bring world-class care to you, delivered with expertise and compassion. Learn more about our leading-edge therapies, innovative treatments, and exceptional specialty care.
UT Southwestern’s patient care app – UTSWMyCare – helps you easily manage your health and stay connected to UTSW and your provider. Find a physician. Access your medical records. Schedule appointments, and much more.
UTSWMyCare is simple to use, convenient, and always available. It’s medicine made easier.
UT Southwestern has again been selected by U.S. News & World Report as the #1 hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth – our sixth consecutive year to earn that distinction. And 10 of our specialties and 17 procedures and conditions are nationally ranked or recognized as high performing.
Please join us for “What To Know,” a Q&A video series hosted by Dr. John Warner, Executive Vice President for Health System Affairs. UT Southwestern specialists will join Dr. Warner to answer questions and share facts from the front lines of patient care and the fight against COVID-19.
A Video Visit is a safe and convenient way to get access to a broad spectrum of primary and specialty services at UT Southwestern while still receiving the same high-quality care you would receive in person—saving you time and travel.
At UT Southwestern, your safety and well-being are always our top priorities. You can count on us to deliver the care you need just as we always have – safely and effectively.
We continue to strongly encourage vaccination as the best defense against COVID-19. As an academic medical center, we are proud to share the latest advances in education, research, and clinical care. Our COVID-19 Updates and Vaccination websites offer tip sheets, educational resources, answers to frequently asked questions, and links to immediate scheduling for vaccination, both for adults and children ages 12-15. Vaccine information for children 5-11 is available through our partner Children’s Health.
Beginning Oct. 24, 2022, based on the low level of COVID-19 transmission in our community, masks are no longer required within most UT Southwestern clinical environments if you are symptom-free, but they remain a welcome precaution. Masks should continue to be worn by patients and guests visiting our Cancer Center clinics, Transplant clinics, Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, and Emergency Department.
Thank you for helping protect our community. We look forward to serving you.