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UT Health Austin’s Endocrinology Clinic diagnoses, treats, and manages hormone imbalances and other problems with endocrine glands, including thyroid disorders and diabetes, in adult patients (18 years and older).

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UT Health Austin’s Infectious Disease Clinic diagnoses, treats, and manages complex infectious diseases in adult patients (18 years and older).

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UT Health Austin’s Livestrong Cancer Institutes are on a mission to rethink the full range of cancer care, from prevention to diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, and end-of-life care, in adult patients (ages 18 and older).

UT Health Austin’s Mitchel and Shannon Wong Eye Institute diagnoses, treats, and manages a wide range of eye conditions, from cataracts and diabetic retinopathy screenings to some of the most specialized ophthalmic care, in patients (13 years and older).

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UT Health Austin’s James J. and Miriam B. Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences diagnoses, treats, and manages conditions affecting the brain and central nervous system in adult patients (18 years and older).

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UT Health Austin’s Musculoskeletal Institute diagnoses, treats, and manages musculoskeletal disorders, helping reduce pain, improve function, and increase range of motion in adult patients (18 years and older).

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UT Health Austin’s Primary Care Clinic provides primary care, including prevention, diagnosis, acute care, and chronic disease management, for adult patients (18 years and older).

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UT Health Austin’s Rheumatology Clinic diagnoses, treats, and manages rheumatic diseases that affect the joints, muscles, bones, skin, and internal organs in adult patients (18 years and older).

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UT Health Austin’s Walk-In Clinic diagnosis, treats, and manages a wide range of acute illnesses and injuries, from cold and flu to allergies, cuts, and broken bones, in adult patients (18 years and older).