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Cancer treatment shouldn’t stop because of side effects or health issues like diabetes or arthritis. That’s why we have the Internal Medicine Center. The center helps care for patients’ overall health and addresses common side effects that occur during and after care. It also helps treat medical conditions besides cancer and how these conditions interact with cancer and its treatments. In addition, the center operates two specialty clinics: the Internal Medicine Perioperative Assessment Center and the Suspicion of Cancer Clinic

Conditions we treat:

  • Allergies
  • Arthritis and rheumatology problems
  • Benign hematology disorders
  • Bone disorders and bone loss
  • Heart disease and other cardiac problems (in cooperation with the Cardiopulmonary Center)
  • Dermatologic issues related to drug and treatment reactions
  • Diabetes
  • Endocrine and hormone problems
  • Fatigue
  • Geriatric issues, including bone loss, memory loss, dementia and mobility problems
  • Immune system diseases
  • Infectious diseases and disease prevention
  • Liver disease

I had so much more clarity and peace of mind. I didn't have to spend valuable time and energy coordinating between doctors' offices and medical records and labs to get everything taken care of, and I knew my doctors were truly working together as a team.

Dianna Ray

Survivor

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The Internal Medicine Center has two main locations: in the Main Building, Floor 6 near Elevator A; and in the Mays Clinic, Floor 6 near Elevator U.

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The Internal Medicine Center business hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Phone:
713-792-2340 (Current patients, Main Building)
713-563-7100 (Current patients, Mays Clinic)
877-632-6789 (New patients)