Medicine

Healthcare

The Department of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine has a mission of excellence in education, research and clinical care that takes place through the efforts of our faculty, staff, students and trainees. Our physicians practice in a variety of locations including the Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, which is a private adult hospital, the Baylor Clinic, Ben Taub Hospital, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, and Houston Methodist Hospital. Many of the specialty and subspecialty services at these locations are nationally ranked as sites of premier clinical quality.

Our physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the internal organs.  Our experts treat an entire range of conditions that range from heart disease, diabetes and allergies to breast cancer and cystic fibrosis. Our physicians are also researchers, who are developing treatments for cancer, AIDS and the diseases of aging. Patients receive personalized state-of-the-art consultations and treatment while experiencing compassion from a world renowned clinical staff.

We provide primary, multispecialty diagnostic and healthcare services for adult patients. The General Internal Medicine practice provides primary care and general health assessments for complex medical problems. In addition to our established specialty and subspecialty clinics, we have taken the step for personalized care even further with the establishment of our Transition Medicine specialty which provides quality care and social services to teens transitioning into the adult care world.

Through our initiatives, the Baylor College of Medicine faculty and staff aim to provide quality healthcare to improve the lives of our patients and communities through a multispecialty group practice. Providing expert care and compassion is the goal of our team.

Clinical Practices

Learn more about our clinical practices by visiting our specialty sections: