Women’s Health at the Health Transformation Building

Health Transformation Building, 9th Floor 1601 Trinity Street, Bldg. A, Austin, TX 78712

About Women's Health at the Health Transformation Building

Women’s Health is a clinical partnership between Ascension Seton and UT Health Austin, the clinical practice of the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin. Women’s Health provides comprehensive, specialized care for women at every stage of their lives.

Women's Health at the Health Transformation Building services include access to routine obstetrical and gynecologic care, cancer fertility preservation, complex contraception, pelvic floor physical therapy, tubal ligation, and subspecialty gynecologic services, including minimally invasive gynecologic surgery, gynecologic oncology, and urogynecology.

Additional Women’s Health services are available throughout Austin and the surrounding areas.

Treatment Approach

Patients are cared for by a dedicated multidisciplinary care team, meaning you will benefit from the expertise of multiple specialists across a variety of disciplines. Our team of board-certified obstetricians and gynecologists, fellowship-trained subspecialists, pelvic floor physical therapists, advanced practice providers, and more work together to provide unparalleled care for patients every step of the way. We also work closely with referring physicians and other partners in the community to schedule and coordinate any additional care services you may need.

We collaborate with our colleagues at the Dell Medical School and The University of Texas at Austin to utilize the latest research, diagnostic, and treatment techniques, allowing us to deliver comprehensive, compassionate care and provide a seamless experience for women from adolescence to menopause and beyond.

Appointment Information

At UT Health Austin, we focus on you, the whole patient, making sure that you have the support you need throughout your care. To schedule an appointment, please call 1-833-UT-CARES (1-833-882-2737).

Self-Scheduling at the Health Transformation Building

Self-scheduling is now available only for follow-up appointments for established patients. An established patient is an individual who has been seen previously by a Women's Health provider and has established a MyUTHA Portal account. Self-scheduling may be completed as early as 72 hours prior to the appointment date and time you wish to select, provided there is availability. To self-schedule your follow-up appointment with Women's Health at the Health Transformation Building, please select an available date and time under the "Women's Health" specialty through your portal which can be accessed here. For detailed instructions on how to self-schedule your follow-up appointment, please visit here.

Patients who wish to schedule with a Women's Health provider at another location, please visit here to select that office. Self-scheduling is not available at other locations.

New Patients

New patients should call the UT Health Austin Access Center at 1-833-UT-CARES (1-833-882-2737) to register and schedule an initial appointment or they may REQUEST an appointment here. Please do not attempt to schedule your first appointment through self-scheduling as we may need additional information from you prior to your appointment date and time.

If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, severe abdominal pain, stroke symptoms, or loss of consciousness, please dial 9-1-1 or visit the nearest emergency room.

To explore FAQs regarding your upcoming appointment, please click here.

Services

Women's Health at the Health Transformation Building services are comprised of highly specialized clinicians who are experienced in providing services needed to treat a variety of women's health conditions. Depending on your needs, a team, which may include additional Women’s Health providers in other locations, is built around you to ensure you receive the most personalized care.

Women’s Health at the Health Transformation Building services include:

Obstetrics and Gynecology
Cancer Fertility Preservation
Complex Contraception
Gynecologic Oncology
Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
Pregnancy Loss Management
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Tubal Ligation
Urogynecology
Women's Reproductive Mental Health

Services available at our partner locations include:

Comprehensive Fetal Care Center
Maternal Fetal Medicine
Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

UT Health Austin sign on the south side of the Health Transformation Building as seen from the street with alternating flags of teal and burnt orange on the west side.
UT Health Austin building's west façade with UT Health Austin flags in alternating colors of teal and burnt orange.

UT Health Austin is housed in the Health Transformation Building (HTB). The HTB is located in downtown Austin, TX on The University of Texas at Austin campus and neighbors the Dell Medical School research and learning buildings as well as the Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas.

This facility is outfitted with the latest state-of-the-art technology and organized to support an unmatched level of multidisciplinary care. Patients have access to all of the resources and amenities UT Health Austin has to offer, including attached garage parking, comfortable waiting areas, an on-site cafe, a full-service H-E-B pharmacy, advanced imaging and lab testing, and an Ambulatory Surgery Center for same-day surgical care.

Providers Moving Practice Notification

Effective October 16, 2023, Jenny Travieso, MD and Christina Salazar, MD will relocate the majority of their practice from UT Health Austin and add a new clinical practice through our Women’s Health partner program with Ascension Medical Group. Both doctors will remain UT Health Austin physicians. Patients should receive a notification by mail or they can download the patient notification letters for Dr. Travieso and Dr. Salazar.

If you wish to keep your care with UT Health Austin, no action is necessary. If, however, you wish to find another provider, please visit our Medical Records page for information on requesting your medical records.