Baylor Medicine offers services at more than 75 specialty clinics. We have created a special Physicians Guide to assist you.
Refer a Patient
We are dedicated to developing and maintaining strong working relationships with referring healthcare professionals and to making the referral process as efficient as possible. Referring physicians can reach us at the main number (713) 798-1000, use our Find a Physician tool, or complete our Meaningful Use Program/Direct Messaging Form.
We also understand the importance of the relationship that you have with your patient. We seek to honor that relationship by providing the best possible care for your patient and by keeping you apprised of your patient's care. And, whether for a second opinion, diagnostics, surgery, treatment, a single consultation or transfer of care, we value the trust you place in us each time you refer a patient. We look forward to working with you.
Please note that some of our Departments have custom Physician Referral forms available under their specialty site. Please visit the specialty for additional information.
Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center
Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center - Bertner is the jointly owned and operated private adult hospital that is part of the CHI St. Luke’s Health system. The majority of our in-patient procedures are provided at the Bertner location.
Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center - Bertner
In-patient consults and hospital transfers
Direct line: (713) 798-2222
As a health sciences university, Baylor conducts clinical trials that give participants access to the latest, most comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options available. See list of clinical trials.
Research and education are important components of our mission and a cornerstone for the excellent care we provide, our outstanding physicians, innovative, science-driven diagnostic approach and cutting-edge treatments for our patients. Visit our departments to learn more.
Baylor CME courses are designed to help today's busy physicians meet their professional needs. Patient care is improved by providing physicians and other healthcare professionals with evidence-based training on advances in medicine, new medical technology and biomedical research. See the selection of CME courses and conferences available.
In addition, many grand rounds, workshops, seminars and lectures are open to local physicians and healthcare professionals.
Anti-Human Trafficking Program
The Baylor College of Medicine Anti-Human Trafficking Program was created in to respond to the urgent needs of Houston-area victims and survivors of human trafficking. The program facilitates trauma-informed and collaborative identification, care coordination, and study of patients who are current or prior victims of labor and sex trafficking. The program trains healthcare providers to recognize victims of human trafficking, respond appropriately, and refer to available services. See more information.