Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center, located at 7200 Cambridge St., Houston, Texas, opened its doors Nov. 25, 2013. This first phase, in an estimated 185,000 square feet of space on three floors, provides the space needed for continued growth of the College’s clinical activities.
Services at Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center include endocrinology, gastroenterology, genetics, internal medicine, infectious diseases, nephrology, neurology and related clinics, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, sleep medicine, sports medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pulmonary, rheumatology, transition medicine, and urology.
Clinicians in the Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Baylor College of Medicine see patients with disorders affecting the endocrine system. Our specialists diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions such as thyroid, pituitary, parathyroid disorders, adrenal diseases, diabetes, hypertension, hypoglycemia, cholesterol and other lipid disorders, hypogonadism - testosterone deficiency, infertility, male sexual dysfunction, metabolic bone disease and osteoporosis, and more.
Baylor College of Medicine specialists in gastroenterology and hepatology see patients with digestive tract and liver conditions. Board-certified doctors screen, diagnose and treat patients with issues including hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chronic Hepatitis B and C, complicated reflux disease, and more. Related care centers:
The Genetics Clinic provides genetic evaluation and counseling for adult patients with a variety of inherited disorders such as skeletal dysplasias, connective tissue, neuromuscular, and metabolic disorders, as well as other genetic disorders. The Genetics Clinic also provides evaluations for hereditary cancer syndromes. Patients with a variety of inherited disorders may be referred for genetic counseling and further diagnostic testing.
Specialists in the Section of Infectious Diseases at Baylor College of Medicine diagnose and treat the full range of infections. Our doctors see patients with osteomyelitis, cardiovascular infections, chronic wound infections, fevers of unknown origin, adult cystic fibrosis, adult HIV infections, and more.
Baylor College of Medicine's doctors in Internal Medicine treat a variety of conditions while overseeing the general wellbeing of patients. Our team practices an integrated approach to patient care, coordinating with Baylor sub-specialists to provide the highest quality treatment.
Baylor College of Medicine specialists in Nephrology treat the full range of kidney disorders. From diagnosis and treatment to chronic care and kidney transplantation our team provides comprehensive care for patients with conditions such as kidney stones, hypertension, acute and chronic kidney diseases, and others.
Physicians in the Department of Neurology at Baylor College of Medicine provide personalized care for patients with neurological diseases. Related care centers:
- Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders Center
- Baylor Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
- Maxine Mesinger Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
- Neuromuscular Disease Center
- Parkinson's Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic
Neurosurgeons at Baylor College of Medicine provide care for patients with brain and spinal cord conditions. Each of our highly trained neurosurgeons focus on a range of problems within his or her particular sub specialty. We match this expertise with the needs of each individual patient. Our services include neurosurgery for the spine, brain tumors, pain and movement disorders, epilepsy, neurovascular and pituitary disorders.
Orthopedic surgeons at Baylor College of Medicine diagnose and treat patients with orthopedic injuries and disorders. The orthopedic specialty clinics offer non-operative and surgical care in the following areas: arthritis and joint reconstruction, sports medicine, foot and ankle, hand and upper extremity, spine, and general orthopedic surgery. Related care center:
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic
Baylor College of Medicine's rehabilitation specialists help patients recovering from traumatic injuries including amputation, stroke, spinal cord injury, orthopedic trauma, and more. In addition, treatment is available for patients with chronic issues such as musculoskeletal disorders and neuromuscular diseases.
Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine specialists in pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine diagnose and treat patients with lung and respiratory disorders. Our experts offer patient care for conditions such as lung cancer, chronic obstructive disease, asthma, pulmonary vascular disease, sleep disorders, acute and chronic respiratory failure, lung infections, pulmonary fibrosis and others. Related care center:
Rheumatologists at Baylor College of Medicine specialize in the evaluation and management of patients with rheumatic diseases of the immune system or musculoskeletal system.
The Transition Medicine Clinic at Baylor College of Medicine provides medical care and social support services to young adults with chronic illnesses or disabilities as they transition from pediatric to adult care. Our specially trained physicians and licensed clinical social workers help these young patients and their family access adult medical care, navigate the healthcare system, and identify and maintain the social services essential to their continued well-being.
Specialists in urology at Baylor offer care for conditions affecting the male and female urinary tract and reproductive systems. Our experts diagnose and treat conditions in the areas of general urology, voiding disorders, male reproductive medicine, sexual wellness, urologic oncology, and surgery including minimally invasive, laparoscopic and reconstructive.
The Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center is part of the McNair Campus, which is located on a 35-acre tract adjacent to the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center and in the central part of the Texas Medical Center. The McNair Campus is also home to the Lee and Joe Jamail Specialty Care Center. The new Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, part of the CHI St. Luke’s system, is a private adult acute care hospital under development on the McNair Campus.