Zale Lipshy Pavilion – William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital is one of the world’s premier neurological diagnostic and treatment centers. In addition to the neurosciences, the 148-bed Zale Lipshy Pavilion is also a treatment center for hematologic malignancies, ophthalmology, oral surgery, psychiatry, rehabilitation, and other services.
It has been certified as an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission.
Locations and Clinics
Zale Lipshy Pavilion is located on Harry Hines Boulevard, in the Southwestern Medical District, across from Parkland Memorial Hospital.
The Southwestern Medical District and Zale Lipshy Pavilion are just east of Interstate 35E, and minutes away from both downtown Dallas and Love Field Airport.
Staffed 24/7 by multispecialty stroke care professionals representing neurology, neurosurgery, neuroangiography, rehabilitation medicine, nursing, pharmacy, nutrition, and physical, occupational, and speech therapy
The eight-bed EMU is equipped with the latest technology to diagnose and treat patients with difficult-to-control seizures.
Cutting-edge imaging with 320-slice CT scanner and 3T MRI
A 20-bed unit staffed by physicians who are trained in neurology and critical care
A sophisticated multimodality, multi-room suite providing both diagnostic and minimally invasive treatment interventions
An 18-bed inpatient psychiatric unit supported by active ECT and neuromodulation programs that serve both inpatients and outpatients
A 36-bed rehabilitation unit that includes a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach in rehabilitating patients with functional impairments due to acute illness or injury
Utilizing the latest Gamma Knife and AcuRay technology
A referral hospital for North Texas and the entire southwestern U.S, Zale Lipshy Pavilion provides coordinated, compassionate care to patients and families, administered by highly trained physicians utilizing state-of-the-art technology.
UT Southwestern earned “Best Hospital in Dallas-Fort Worth” recognition for the third consecutive year from U.S. News & World Report for 2019-20.
UT Southwestern neurology and neurosurgery programs are nationally ranked in U.S. News & World Report listings.
Our neurological surgeons have performed more surgeries to prevent aneurysmal hemorrhage than any other medical center in the U.S.
When it opened, UT Southwestern was the only medical school in the country without its own private referral hospital. To fill that critical need, UT Southwestern administrators began planning in the early 1980s for a facility and secured the support of the Zale Foundation in their efforts.
In 1984 officials chose a location adjacent to Parkland Memorial Hospital for the new UT Southwestern hospital. Groundbreaking occurred in June 1987, and Zale Lipshy University Hospital was dedicated and officially opened in November 1989. In September 2019, the name changed to UT Southwestern Zale Lipshy Pavilion – William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital.