As the only independent and physician-led faculty practice plan of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, University Clinical Health (UCH) offers best-in-class clinical care through a network of more than 175 providers across 19 specialties to meet the healthcare needs of the Mid-South community. From Family Medicine practitioners to board-certified doctors in specialties such as Dermatology, Nephrology, Rheumatology, Podiatry and much more, our network of care provides the most personalized and holistic care to patients of all ages. As faculty members of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, our providers are bolstered by the strong partnership with the medical university and have access to the latest technologies and medical advancements to meet the unique needs of the Memphis community.
University Clinical Health has more than 175 renowned providers experienced in a wide variety of disciplines, from excellence in plastic surgery and ophthalmology to providing care to critically ill and premature infants at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and the Sheldon B. Korones Newborn Center at Regional One Health. From nephrology care in hospitals and dialysis centers to the highest quality family practice, addiction medicine and dermatology at our own clinical practice offices, University Clinical Health physicians offer primary and specialty care across the Mid-South. Our physicians serve on the faculty at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, providing them with access to cutting-edge medical research and the latest medical treatments, and their patients with the best and most current care available. Many of our physicians have also been recognized nationally for their contributions to their respective fields by publications such as Best Doctors in America® and America’s Top Doctors®. All of our doctors are recognized experts in their fields and respected educators. If you have a medical need, a call to University Clinical Health can be your first step toward treatment.
University Clinical Health is the largest UTHSC affiliated practice plan and the largest non-hospital physician group in Memphis. The physicians of UCH work at over 30 sites, internal and external, in Greater Memphis and the Mid-South including Regional One Hospital, Methodist University Hospital, LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, Baptist Memphis Hospital, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and St. Francis Hospital. UCH physicians treat more than 120,000 patients each year and provide critical, primary, and long-term care for those in need. UCH was founded in 1983 as a 501(c)(3) Tennessee not-for-profit organization, and operates under the legal entity UT Medical Group, Inc., registered doing business as University Clinical Health, since 2016.
Our affiliation with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center gives the physicians at University Clinical Health access to the latest treatments, special protocols and labs, as well as a broad spectrum of professionals with advanced degrees in nursing, nutrition, pharmacology, and more.This involvement benefits not only our patients’ treatments, but keeps our physicians at the top of their fields. It is no surprise that if there is an advancement in medicine in Memphis, from addiction medicine to blood disorders, from operating the world’s most advanced Mobile Stroke Unit to a complete clinical offering for your family, University Clinical Health is in the forefront.
“Dr. Sarah Smith (UT Dermatology) is an exceptionally knowledgeable dermatologist. She never rushes our appointments, is always very thorough, and is an extremely compassionate doctor. I highly recommend Dr. Smith.”
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