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UT Health North Campus Tyler

UT Health North Campus Tyler is a family of dedicated physicians, nurses, researchers, educators, administrators, and staff committed to finding solutions that improve quality of life. But we are more than a hospital. UT Health North Campus Tyler is a destination for healing. In fact, healing just feels better here. Studies show that patients with a view of nature tend to recover faster. With 600 acres in Northeast Texas, we offer our patients a room with a view and an opportunity to feel better. 

Providers At This Location

Patti L. Olusola, MD
Family Medicine

Andrew Oshiro, MD
Psychiatry - Adult

Christie C. Osuagwu, APRN, FNP-C, MSN, PhD, MSPA
Occupational Medicine

Sahil Parikh, DO
Internal Medicine

Michelle Parker, MD
Emergency medicine

Rebecca Peebles, DO
Sports Medicine

Wesley Pemberton, MD
Emergency medicine

Christopher A. Perro, MD, FACS
Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT), Head and Neck Surgery, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Julie V. Philley, MD
Pulmonology (Lung Disease), Infectious Lung Diseases, Cystic Fibrosis, Critical Care Medicine

Philip Pippin, MD
Family Medicine

John Pogue, MD
Psychiatry - Adult

Christine A. Powell, MD
Family Medicine

Yury Ragoza, DO
Family Medicine

Aditya Rajan, MD
Internal Medicine

Phyllis Ramirez, MD
Psychiatry - Adult

Luke Range, APRN, ANP
Internal Medicine

Shara Kay Reed, LCSW
Counseling

Luis Reyes, DO
Internal Medicine

David Rice, MD
Internal Medicine

Toni Richey, APRN, CNM
Women's Health, Family Medicine

Brandon Riley, MD
Psychiatry - Adult

Jennifer Rippy, APRN, FNP-C
Gynecology

Halle Ross-Young, PsyD
Psychology

Paul Rountree, MD
Occupational Medicine

David Rowlett, MD
Occupational Medicine

Tara Sadler, APRN, MSN, FNP-C
Pulmonology (Lung Disease)

Peter Sanfelippo, MD
Occupational Medicine

Lorena Santoro, DO
Family Medicine

Ray Scardina, MD
Psychiatry - Adult, Psychiatry - Child and Adolescent

Andrew L. Schmitt, PhD
Psychology, Neuropsychology