UNTHSC honors doctors March 30

March 30, 2010

On Doctors Day 2010, the UNT Health Science Center thanks the physicians of UNT Health for their dedication and service. March 30 is designated as National Doctors Day to recognize physicians for their leadership in the prevention and treatment of illness and injury.

UNT Health is home to 170 physicians representing most medical specialties. UNT Health physicians practice in more than 25 offices across Tarrant County and in most area hospitals. These professionals expect to handle more than 500,000 patient encounters this year.

UNT Health physicians are also faculty members for the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and include both DOs (Doctors of Osteopathy) and MDs (Medical Doctor).

Call (817)735-DOCS(3627) to schedule an appointment.

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