Family care physicians say they still don’t have enough personal protective equipment. So they’re seeking other solutions.
In his new memoir, the former chief of emergency medicine at Brackenridge Hospital recounts stories that are by turns tragic, triumphant, and NSFW.
You might say Tarek Souryal is the most important Dallas Maverick: He doesn’t score or rebound, but he reconstructs million-dollar ankles and knees, and that makes him a real team player.
From invention to litigation, the breast implant has done more for Houston’s economy—and its psyche—than anything since oil.
How an old-fashioned Texas physician fought the takeover of modern medicine by heartless insurance companies—and lost.
A tale of rivalry, intrigue, and foul play in the science lab.
From the look on my doctor’s face, I knew the results of the biopsy. The lump in my breast was cancer.
At Houston’s Jefferson Davis Hospital, the wonders of modern medicine collide with the raw realities of birth, poverty, neglect and hope.
At the Texas Medical Center the best hospitals, doctors, researchers, and medical technology anywhere in the world have combined to transform doctors from healers into superstars.
Every night at Ben Taub Hospital’s emergency room is a night of the living dead.
Everybody makes mistakes, but mistakes in the medical profession leave scars on everybody.
Great ambulance drivers are made, not born.
Shaping up and shelling out at Texas Health Spas.
The New Doctors refuse to take old medicine.