Healthcare: Primary Care

Preventive and Acute Care


Acute Care


Baylor Medicine family physicians diagnose and treat common short-term illnesses such as the flu, sinus infections, skin infections, urinary tract infections, and non-emergency accidents. Our board-certified family physicians can conduct minor surgical procedures and provide medical care to patients with non-emergency injuries. Lab and x-ray services are available Monday through Friday. 

Acute Care Concerns

  • Allergies, sinus, or nasal congestion
  • Chills or fever
  • Cold or flu
  • Cough, upper respiratory symptoms, or sore throat
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Muscle aches
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Pink eye
  • Skin rash
  • Urinary tract infection

If this is an emergency, please call 911 or visit an emergency room.


Preventive and Continuing Care


Annual Physicals and Wellness Visits

Through routine health services and screenings, we strive to prevent illnesses before they develop. Family Medicine physicians at Baylor Medicine screen for a variety of medical conditions, make recommendations to promote wellness and a healthy lifestyle and educate patients on self-care techniques and their benefits.

  • Annual physicals, wellness exams, and follow-ups
  • Personal and family health history
  • Mental and wellness check
  • Vital signs
  • Visual and physical exam
  • Laboratory tests and screenings
  • Counseling, education, and physician recommendations

Chronic Disease Management

Baylor Medicine family physicians provide early diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and other chronic health concerns. Continuing care also includes medication refills. Should you need it, Family Medicine will help you navigate your health care and provide quick access to Baylor Medicine’s world-class specialists. If you are seeing a specialist for your chronic condition(s), be sure to keep your family physician up to date on any changes.


Flu Shots and Immunizations

Whether you are behind on your routine vaccinations or need vaccinations for your family members, Baylor Medicine is here to help. 

  • Immunizations for adults and adolescents
  • Booster shots for adults and adolescents
  • Flu shots
  • Skin tests

School and Sports Physicals

Should you need it, Baylor Medicine family physicians offer both school and sports physicals to patients apart from their annual wellness exam.


Family Education and Consultations

Our physicians and staff are here to help you to understand the best ways to maintain good health for yourself, your children and your family. Additionally, we provide patients and their families free learning opportunities and information sessions throughout the year.


Women's Health

Baylor Medicine's board-certified family physicians provide comprehensive primary care to women during all stages of life.

  • Preventive medicine
  • Breast health
  • Pelvic exams
  • Basic prenatal care, delivery, and postpartum care
  • Menopause care
  • Specialty care coordination

Geriatric Medicine

The Family Medicine physicians at Baylor Medicine provide primary care (assessment, diagnosis, and treatment) for those 65 and older who may be dealing with common age-related health issues.

  • Dementia
  • Eldercare
  • Fall evaluation
  • Incontinence

Medical Weight Management

At Baylor Family Medicine, we offer a comprehensive, personalized non-surgical weight loss program from a team of expert weight loss doctors, nutritionists, and behavioral health advisors.

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Nutrition Services

Baylor Family Medicine’s nutritionist provides evidence-based diet and lifestyle modifications to those with medical conditions affected by diet such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, kidney disease and more.

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NEW! Virtual Saturday Visits


Baylor Medicine Family Medicine offers virtual (video) visits from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm every Saturday! Book an appointment by calling 713-798-7700 Monday through Friday to connect with a Baylor Family Medicine provider on Saturday about your continuing care or acute care concerns.

If this is an emergency, please call 911 or visit an emergency room.

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