Dr. Patti Olusola, family medicine physician at UT Health East Texas Physicians discusses everything you need to know about the HPV vaccine.Watch Video »
Dr. Hugh Babineau, bariatric surgeon at the UT Health Tyler Bariatric Center presents bariatric surgery options.Watch Video »
Curious how bariatric surgery can help type 2 diabetes? Check out this chat with Dr. Charles Keith, bariatric surgeon at the UT Health Tyler Bariatric Center.Watch Video »
Did you know that being overweight can significantly increase your risk of heart disease? Tune in as we talk with Dr. Charles Keith about how bariatric surgery can help.Watch Video »
Dr. Charles Keith, bariatric surgeon at UT Health Tyler Bariatric Center discusses bariatric surgery’s effect regarding diabetes.Watch Video »
Dr. Andrea Cooley, board-certified cardiothoracic surgeon at the UT Health East Texas Cardiovascular Institute discusses COVID-19 and heart disease.Watch Video »
Dan Kyzer, UT Tyler adjunct professor of guitar, plays guitar in the UT Health Tyler lobby on Wednesday as part of the new Music and Medicine partnership between UT Health East Texas and UT Tyler.
Tyler, Texas (April 23, 2021) — The soothing sound of guitar strings greeted patients, visitors and staff at UT Health Tyler this week, part of a new Music and Medicine partnership between UT Health East Texas and The University of Texas at Tyler.
“We all understand the healing power of music and the impact it can have in...Read More »
The East Texas Pin-A-Sister group was formed in 2010 after results of the Tyler Affiliate of Susan G. Komen’s community needs assessment indicated a decrease in screening mammograms among African American women residing in Smith County. The goal of the program is to encourage women, specifically African American women, to receive screening mammograms.
- To increase awareness of screening mammogram guidelines
- To reinforce the importance of early detection
- To introduce the UT Health East Texas HOPE Breast Center’s genetic testing program...
In March 2020, the world flipped upside down. For many, it was COVID-19 concerns, but for Navy veteran Jeff Hickerson, it was a battle with leukemia.
“I started feeling tired and was getting worn out quickly,” Hickerson said. “I used to have high blood pressure, so I...Read More »