Baylor Medicine is committed to providing the healthcare you need. Our online telehealth options are now available for all specialties. Our offices are open and seeing patients at this time. However, to promote social distancing, telehealth options are available for current and new patients. Visit Find A Physician to find a doctor who is right for you.
We have compiled a list of resources for indiviudals seeking information about and/or help for a range of mental health issues that can seem overwhelming during this crisis. A number of strategies can be helpful for maintaining well-being and promoting resilience during the pandemic. Our list includes strategies for adults as well as parents, families and children and includes ways to cope with distress, and social isolation.
Baylor researchers are participating in a number of projects concerning COVID-19. Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine, and his team are looking at possible vaccines; others are enhancing testing capabilities; and several teams are looking at possible treatments.
Prepare for a future on the frontline. Few times in history have more clearly demonstrated the critical importance of healthcare providers and biomedical researchers than our current situation. If you are pursuing a career in healthcare or research, explore our programs. Visit our schools and programs sites to learn more about them, discover how to apply and find information about virtual events that can help you find the right fit to realize your professional goals.
Baylor College of Medicine has assembled a wealth of resources to help you navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. See the latest from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, as well as local and state guidelines and services. Other topics are tips on working from home, how to manage your health and other coronavirus resources. A section provides articles from Baylor experts on various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.