When UMC cares for the critically injured, we help them come full-circle. A patient’s care does not stop just because they leave the hospital—we continue care on a regular (out-patient) basis until you are 100 percent better, every time.
UMC’s Timothy J. Harnar Regional Burn Center is one of only four certified burn centers in Texas and is one of 47 regional burn centers in the United States.
UMC EMS has been provided by UMC Health System since 1975--over 40 years! UMC EMS responds to over 26,000 emergency calls a year, serving a metropolitan population of over 220,000 people.
Urgent care clinics are same-day clinics that can handle a variety of medical problems that need to be treated right away but are not considered true emergencies. This can range from cold/flu symptoms to cuts needing stitches or sprained bones.
Newborn babies who need intensive medical attention are often admitted into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The NICU combines technology and trained healthcare professionals to provide specialized care for the patients.
UMC Health System is honored to welcome our first EVER class of Emergency Medicine residents! Our partnership with the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center has proven fruitful many times over the years, and we are grateful to partner with them
to provide the region’s first Emergency Residency Program.