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As a state-designated COVID-19 vaccination hub, UT Southwestern is pleased to announce that we are partnering with Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) to reach those members of our community who are at highest risk of severe illness from COVID-19 and vaccinate them. DCHHS will begin providing UTSW with names of qualified individuals (Phases 1A and 1B) who registered with the county for vaccination. We look forward to continuing the momentum we have gained vaccinating our Phase 1B patients and to ensuring as many Texans have access to this invaluable protection as possible. Additional details on next steps will be forthcoming on our COVID-19 Vaccination website. Vaccinations are still contingent on supply, which is currently limited.
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, travel, and giving you peace of mind.
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.
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.
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.