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UT Southwestern has again been selected as the Best Hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth by U.S. News & World Report – our fourth consecutive year to earn that distinction. And 10 of our specialties and seven procedures were rated among the nation’s finest.
UT Southwestern Medical Center inappropriately disclosed the email addresses of patients previously seen in the UTSW Ophthalmology Clinic through use of a third-party vendor. The vendor was used to send messages to patients about the reopening of its Ophthalmology Clinic, which had been temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While patients email addresses/accounts were not comprised in any way, they were shared inappropriately with a third party. UT Southwestern considers the protection of our patients’ privacy of utmost importance, and we deeply regret the occurrence of this incident and any worry, distress, or difficulty that it may cause. If you are a current or previous patient of the Ophthalmology Clinic and have questions about whether your email address was affected, you can contact the UT Southwestern Privacy Office at (214) 648-6080.
UT Southwestern's top priority is always the safety of its patients, their families, team members, and community members. So we have implemented a social distancing strategy limiting visitors, reducing entry points, and screening everyone for COVID-19 symptoms.
Please join us every Friday 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 the fight against COVID-19.
UT Southwestern provides a glimpse of the protocols in place to keep you and your family healthy as we increase in-person visits at all of our facilities. Enhanced screening, cleaning, and testing for COVID-19 are just a few of the measures that make UT Southwestern “as safe as ever.”