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  • An internationally recognized program

    The prominence of Baylor Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute stems not only from the caliber of the medical staff but also from the global connections we’ve made.

  • First living-donor uterus transplants in the U.S.

    Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas performed the first four living-donor uterine transplants in the United States as part of a clinical trial under Institutional Review Board approval.

  • Two heads are better than one

    With our multidisciplinary approach to clinical care, there’s a team of people taking care of your patients – all in the same space.

Our people are at the forefront of health care

Why Baylor Scott & White Health

We’ve created a transformative model for the health care industry that eliminates waste, improves coordination of care and helps us better manage chronic disease.

Refer a Patient

With more than 6,000 active physicians, we have the resources and expertise to care for even your most complex patients.

To refer a patient, call:
844.74BSWMD (27963)

Our Departments

Our extensive network of 48 hospitals and more than 900 patient care sites – including specialized centers, institutes and regional clinics – offers your patients a full range of medical expertise.

Innovation with a commitment to every patient

The Most "Best Hospitals" in Texas

The Most "Best Hospitals" in Texas

According to U.S. News & World Report’s 2015-2016 ratings, 11 Baylor Scott & White Health hospitals received recognition, more than any other health care system in Texas.

A New HPV Vaccine Could Prevent Cancer

A New HPV Vaccine Could Prevent Cancer

The Baylor Institute for Immunology Research (BIIR) is working on its first commercially available dendritic cell-targeting vaccine, one specifically designed to prevent cancer in those who are infected by HPV.

CME Opportunity with Ethics Credit

CME Opportunity with Ethics Credit

Register for this three-day conference in San Antonio, Texas, that focuses on management of complex hospitalized patients. Topics focus on special populations and medical problems that span a spectrum of subspecialties.