UT Southwestern Medical Center is unique in its overall quality and strength of the three central missions of education, research and patient care. These components are interdependent very task, each one is an integral part and enhances the others. The results of basic science, translational, and clinical research to inform the patient care skeptical, research projects are affected by the desire to understand the causes of disease and the hope of designing new and effective – treatments and cures, and students, and our students are exposed to scientific thinking and innovative clinical expertise, and in turn, stimulate our faculty remain at edge of fields.UT Southwestern is proud of its record of distinguished scientific breakthrough discoveries, medical education and excellent training and excellent patient care. Founded in 1943 as a private medical school by a group of prominent Dallas citizens, became part of the University of Texas campaign in 1949, and has evolved over the years and became one of the leading academic medical centers in the country.
UT Southwestern today consists of three schools and degree granting university health system of hospitals and clinics. Its staff is known including five Nobel laureates (now one emeritus) and many members of the National Academy of Sciences and Institute of Medicine, and UT Southwestern University Hospital is also ranked nationally, or rated as high performing food in dozens by the news and the U.S. World Report. Connection first with the community in Dallas been absorbed, and interest and their ongoing generosity has been fundamental to the growth and success of UT Southwestern.
UT Southwestern Dallas contributing to the community and North Texas area in several ways. With 11 000 employees and an operating budget of close to 1.8 billion dollars, the medical center is a major source of jobs and economic activity to Dallas. UT Southwestern faculty receives over 400 million dollars annually in external funding for research, and the delivery of our research mission, UT Southwestern promotes technology transfer activities leading to the creation of companies in order to translate the results of therapeutic agents.
Context of clinical treatment, UT Southwestern contributes directly and indirectly to the quality of medical care is available only to those who lived in Dallas and North Texas. Over 60% of physicians practice in trained at UT Southwestern, and also for the treatment provided by doctors faculty UT Southwestern patients partners affiliated with ours, Parkland Memorial Hospital Medical Center, Children, and Dallas VA Medical Center, University Hospitals UT Southwestern (Zale Lipshy and St. Paul) providing members of the Dallas community access to the most advanced treatment of the most serious medical problems. St. Paul University Hospital is a designated Stroke Center, and Harold C. Simmons Cancer Center is our dedicated Institute of North Texas Cancer Center National Cancer only.
Prompted by the need to replace Senate Paul University Hospital, UT Southwestern is now building a new university hospital to replace the aging facility. The new hospital will open in 2015, and is designed to be an expression of our commitment to provide high quality care, patient-focused reflecting the combination of academic and clinical missions of our.
UT Southwestern is committed to remain at the forefront of scientific research, education and training of doctors, scientists and health professionals’ changing views health care delivery and biomedical and clinical research, and provide excellent patient care and innovative. Leadership, faculty, staff and students of the UT Southwestern Medical Center is proud to be involved in creating the future of medicine, today.