General Medicine is currently providing appointments via Telehealth
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday and UT Holidays
Wednesdays Closed noon to 1:30 p.m.
Semester hours exceptions
UHS is here to keep you healthy while you focus on your studies at UT Austin. You can expect the same types of services that you can get from your family doctor...and more.
Our healthcare providers are board-certified family practice physicians, internal medicine physicians, physician assistants, certified nurse practitioners and behavioral health consultants who are supported by a staff of nurses, medical technologists, radiological and ultrasound technologists, a dietitian and health promotion professionals.
UHS general medicine clinics provide primary medical care tailored to the unique needs of college students. Common medical services include diagnosis and treatment of:
You can also schedule appointments for
UHS also offers an urgent care clinic, allergy shots, immunizations and travel health appointments as well as sports medicine and women's health specialty clinics. If you need care not offered at UHS, we can refer you to appropriate resources in the community - just like your family doctor would.
UHS utilizes chaperones for all sensitive physical examinations, including breast, genital, and rectal exam. For more information view the Patient Guide to Sensitive Health Exams (PDF).
Dr. Tai is board certified in Internal Medicine, which means he cares for a diverse patient population with all kinds of problems ranging from minor illnesses and injuries to potentially serious problems and chronic conditions like asthma and diabetes. Here, Dr. Tai discusses why he chose medicine and what he likes about his vocation:
"I chose medicine because I felt it was a field that offered many options. General internal medicine combines my interests in science, the arts, and individuals and allows me to work in a variety of areas. Every day is a little different. Some cases need straightforward evidence-based decision making while others require less well-defined verbal and nonverbal practices. Working in a university environment involves constant change and is an ongoing learning experience. If you are thinking about a career in healthcare, I suggest exploring not only medical school but also nursing fields, advanced practice nursing programs, physician assistant programs, and pharmacy programs as they all play integral roles in healthcare now."
|Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm by appointment|
University Health Services is committed to providing high-quality care to patients of all ages, races, ethnicities, physical abilities or attributes, religions, sexual orientations, or gender identities/expression.
100 West Dean Keeton Student Services Building (SSB)