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Patient Care

At UT Southwestern Neurology, we're dedicated to delivering comprehensive, patient-centered care through a team of internationally and nationally recognized faculty. Every year, we make a meaningful impact on the lives of thousands of individuals and take immense pride that UT Southwestern performs significantly higher than the national average for patient satisfaction. Our mission is simple: to provide timely access to high-quality neurological care while ensuring an exceptional patient experience. Our renowned faculty has an established legacy of bringing discovery from bench to bedside that keeps us at the forefront of pioneering research in the field of neurology.

Our Practice Locations


Ambulatory Visits in FY23


New Patients in FY23


Beds across 3 Neurocritical Care Units


Beds across 2 Neurovascular Units


Beds across 2 Epilepsy Monitoring Units


Sleep Centers


  • William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital

    To meet a greater-than-expected need for specialty patient care in North Texas and the surrounding states, UT Southwestern completed a $502 million expansion of the hospital. The 12-story third tower serves as the clinical home for the Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute and adds operating rooms and interventional suites. This focus on quality, safety, and efficiency – combined with the expertise of our caregivers and the use of advanced technology – means that Clements University Hospital offers a level of care and medical sophistication unparalleled in this region. In fact, the hospital has received a national Vizient Rising Star Award for its quality and safety efforts, being recognized as the most patient-centered academic medical center, as well as among the top 10 institutions in diminished mortality rates in the country on the Vizient Scorecard, a national database that includes 95% of academic medical centers in the U.S. and Canada.

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  • Parkland Hospital

    Licensed for 983 beds, Parkland is Dallas County's only public hospital and one of the country's largest. The Neurology Department staffs a number of services, including the epilepsy monitoring unit (accredited as a Level 4 Epilepsy Center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers), as well as primary inpatient services in general neurology, vascular neurology, and neurocritical care. Parkland is certified by the Joint Commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. Social responsibility is a core value UTSW Neurologists act locally upon through our decades-old partnership with Parkland Hospital, one of the nation's busiest safety net health systems. Through this partnership, UTSW Neurologists with residents and fellows both serve and diffuse subspecialty Neurology expertise deeply through the fabric of our Dallas community.

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  • James W. Aston Ambulatory Care Center

    Aston is a nine-story outpatient building where most faculty general neurology and subspecialty clinics take place, including neuromuscular medicine, movement disorders, autonomic neurology, epilepsy, behavioral neurology, neuroimmunology, general neurology, vascular neurology, and headache medicine.

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  • Children's Health

    Children's Health is home to the only academic healthcare system in North Texas that is dedicated exclusively to the comprehensive care of children. Children's Health is one of the top pediatric hospitals in the country and is the fifth largest healthcare provider in the nation. The Pediatric Neurology Division at Children's takes care of patients with conditions across the neurological and developmental spectrum, from birth to early adulthood. We have primary and consultative inpatient services at Children's, as well as a busy epilepsy monitoring unit and numerous subspecialty outpatient neurology clinic.

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  • Scottish Rite for Children

    Scottish Rite for Children, one mile south of UT Southwestern, is recognized internationally for clinical care and research in chronic neurological and orthopedic disorders. Our specialized clinics tailored to the specific needs of children with these neurological disorders and neuromuscular diseases. Conditions treated include cerebral palsy, brain malformations, epilepsy, and more.

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  • Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care System

    The Dallas VA hospital is located south of downtown Dallas and serves a 30-county area. Our experts provide care in stroke, movement disorders, brain injury, neuromuscular disorders, sports injuries, and other neurological conditions.

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  • UT Southwestern Medical Center at RedBird

    Our RedBird regional medical center makes accessing state-of-the-art health care at UT Southwestern more convenient than ever for people who live and work in Southwest Dallas County. The center offers a broad range of services close to communities in Oak Cliff, Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Duncanville, Lancaster, and surrounding areas.

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  • UT Southwestern Medical Center at Frisco

    Our conveniently located four-story medical office building in Frisco features a dozen adult and pediatric specialties, plus a retail pharmacy and imaging and lab services. Our Frisco location is a full-service practice that evaluates and treats a wide range of neurologic conditions.

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  • UT Southwestern Medical Center at Richardson/Plano

    This location serves people in northeast Dallas County and Collin County and provides care for headache, concussion, movement disorders, and general neurology.

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  • UT Southwestern Monty and Tex Moncrief Medical Center at Fort Worth

    Our Fort Worth location is a full-service practice that evaluates and treats a wide range of neurologic conditions. Located in the heart of Fort Worth's burgeoning medical district, it provides the innovative patient care, state-of-the-art technology, and leading-edge research that are UT Southwestern hallmarks.

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  • Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center

    At Simmons Cancer Center, our care is built on a foundation of science and discovery and delivered by teams of the top cancer specialists in the country. Here, along with our experts, our patients will find innovative therapies, advanced clinical trials, state-of-the-art facilities, and more. The Neuro-Oncology clinical program provides specialized neuro-oncologic care in the outpatient setting. We keep watch on public health and cancer trends, host listening sessions to understand our community's cancer needs and concerns. We incorporate community perspectives in our research efforts.

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  • Professional Office Building 2

    We are among the most advanced sleep and breathing centers in the nation. Accredited by both the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Joint Commission, we are unique in that we diagnose and treat all common sleep disorders, plus respiratory difficulties caused by neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. Our multidisciplinary medical team includes board-certified clinicians in sleep medicine, pulmonology, and neurology. These clinicians also collaborate with colleagues in otolaryngology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and psychiatry. Our team includes registered sleep technologists and licensed respiratory therapists with many years of clinical experience. Our facility includes a six-bed sleep laboratory for overnight sleep studies.

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  • Zale Lipshy Pavillion

    Zale Lipshy Pavilion – William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital is a treatment center for inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation, spine conditions, ophthalmology, orthopedic issues, and oral and maxillofacial surgery.

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Learn More about our Clinical Specialties

UT Southwestern has 11 specialized sections offer access to the latest innovative treatments in one of the most rapidly advancing fields of medicine: