UT Health Science Center at Tyler

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UT Health North Campus Tyler is the clinical arm of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler - both are located at the US highway 271 location.  The land that is now the site of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler has a rich history of commitment and dedication to patient care and community health. From its early beginnings in 1943 as the site of the 1,000-bed Camp Fannin Army hospital during World War II through decades of fighting against pulmonary diseases like tuberculosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and asbestosis, UT Health Science Center has served the citizens of Texas with distinction.


At UT Health North Campus Tyler, our goal is to provide expert care to our patients. We also understand what it means to families to be close to home when a loved one needs medical care.

    • 24-hour emergency department, designated as a Level IV trauma center
    • 14-bed intensive care unit
    • Inpatient rooms equipped with telemetry monitoring
    • Behavioral health services including outpatient care for ages 3-adult and inpatient adult and geriatric programs
    • Advanced cancer treatment
    • Advanced lung care including treatment programs for cystic fibrosis, nontuberculous mycobacteria, and MAC disease
    • Cardiac care including clinics focused on vein and pacemaker care
    • Occupational medicine
    • Infusion therapy services
    • Cosmetic Surgery Center
    • Infectious disease
    • Rehabilitation services
    • Sleep medicine
    • Gastroenterology/digestive disease
    • Urology
    • Podiatry
    • Endocrinology, including diabetes education programs
    • Advanced imaging technology
    • Wound care
    • Primary care clinics, including family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics
    • Louise H. & Joseph Z. Ornelas Center for Healthy Aging
    • Allergy care and treatment