Center for Healthy Aging
UT Center for Healthy Aging in Bellaire
- Comprehensive assessment and primary care by physicians trained in geriatrics and gerontological nurse practitioners
- Preventive care and immunization screenings
- Annual physical exams
- Care for chronic and acute health problems
- Memory and depression screening
- Functional assessments
- Medication reviews
- Assistance with linking seniors to local services
- Advanced care planning
- Social work
- Patient and family counseling
- Community resources
- Neuropsychology testing
- Medical and surgical clinics by specialists who have a focused interest in the care of older adults:
- Geriatric cardiology
- Geriatric psychiatry
- Geriatric gastroenterology
- Geriatric neurology
- Pain control
- Urinary incontinence
- Wound care
- Osteoporosis screening
- Palliative medicine
- Brain Health Clinic
- Lab and imaging services
- House Call Program
Carmel Dyer, MD
Faith Atai, MD
Fran Floersheimer, LBSW, GA
Nahid Rianon, MD, DrPH
Kathleen P. Murphy, PhD, MS, GNP, CNS
|Maureen Beck, RN, MSN, GNP||
Susan Gorman, GNP-BC
Faith Young, RN
The Center for Healthy Aging – Bellaire is located in the UT Physicians building near the intersection of 610 West Loop South and Bellaire Blvd.
Center for Healthy Aging
6700 West Loop South, Suite 130
Bellaire, TX 77401
Clinic Business Hours:
Monday through Friday 8 am – 5 pm, except on major holidays
You may call the Center on Healthy Aging at 713-486-5150 to leave a message that will be answered on the next working day.
Please call 713-500-6300 if you have an urgent need. The answering service will contact the physician on call.
If you have a true emergency, dial 911.
Contact the clinic at the number above at least one week before you run out of your medications. Triplicate prescriptions must be requested 7 days prior to pick up.
If you need a copy of your medical records, please complete a release form and we will forward it to Medical Records. You may download a form from www.utphysicians.com.
Parking in the parking garage behind the UT Physicians building is free. There is a drop off area as you enter the driveway from the 610 feeder road and handicapped parking is also available adjacent to the building.
To make an appointment for a clinic visit or house call or for further information, please call 713-486-5157 during business hours. Please plan to arrive 30 minutes before your first visit to complete paperwork. The initial visit and evaluation usually take at least 2 hours.
Please refer to http://www.utphysicians.com/geriatric-medicine/ for additional information, including patient rights and responsibilities, patient privacy, billing and insurance, and obtaining medical records.