UPDATED PHYSICIAN REFERRAL GUIDES NOW AVAILABLE

February 14, 2001

FORT WORTH, Texas at The University of North Texas Health Science Center has updated its Physicians & Surgeons Medical Group Physician Referral Guide.

The guide provides physicians easy access for to information necessary for referring to the health science center’s more than 100 faculty physicians, physician assistants and specialized clinical programs. It includes detailed information for clinics and programs and an alphabetical photograph directory of our medical staff.

One of Tarrant County’s largest group practices, the Physicians & Surgeons Medical Group includes more than 100 physicians and surgeons who practice in 23 specialties and subspecialties. In addition, these physicians serve as teaching faculty for the health science center’s Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, and many engage in clinical research in their areas of expertise.

To receive a free copy of the Physician Referral Guide, please call 817-735-5152 or send your request via e-mail to news@hsc.unt.edu.

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