About this Clinic


The WorkLife Walk-In Clinic at UT Health Austin provides quick and convenient care for a wide range of illnesses and injuries, from cold and flu to cuts and broken bones. With x-ray equipment and experienced medical professionals and specialists on-site, our clinicians provide excellent care in a timely fashion to get you back to what matters most to you. In addition to clinical services, WorkLife offers health education tools to help you develop healthy habits. The WorkLife team helps you identify and reduce risk factors, resulting in a healthier, happier more productive life.

Walk-in Hours:

Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Specialists in this Team


Associate Provider (Nurse Practitioner/ Physician Assistant)

Your Associate Provider is an important part of your care team. This provider works in collaboration with other members of your care team to find the appropriate diagnosis and treatment of your condition. Your associate provider is dedicated to helping you meet your goals and improving your quality of life.

Medical Assistant

Your Medical Assistant (MA), also known as your care coordinator, will be with you during most of your visit. Going forward, your care coordinator helps advocate for your needs and assists you in receiving the mutually agreed upon care.

Physician

Your care team is made up of surgical and non-surgical physicians to help ensure you have the best options available for your care based on your specific needs. Our multidisciplinary team offers a variety of treatments and approaches to your care and will work with you to development a treatment plan based on your goals. If surgery is involved in your treatment, your care team will work with you to understand the risks and benefits and what you can expect throughout your recovery.

Outcomes Specialist

At UT Health Austin, we improve care for every patient by measuring the outcomes that matter most to you. Your Outcomes Specialist follows your progress throughout the course of your care to ensure your goals were met and then shares this information with your care team so that we can continue to learn, teach and grow to deliver better more specialized care.