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COVID-19 Notice

Out of consideration for the health and safety of our patients, clinical team and our community related to concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are enhancing our patient protocols and safety measures to include identifying appointments that can be scheduled as a phone or video appointment.

For detailed information regarding your appointment, please call our patient care practice at 210-450-9960.

For a complete list of our safety measures and timely information regarding patients appointments at the Biggs Institute’s patient practice at UT Health Physicians Medical Arts and Research Center (MARC) location, visit the UT Health Physicians coronavirus information webpage.

A team approach to complete care

The Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases at UT Health San Antonio is the region’s first comprehensive care center for dementia and neurodegenerative diseases.

Our unique multidisciplinary patient care team approach allows us to provide the best care our patients and their families need from diagnosis to dementia treatment.

Now offering video appointments! Call 210-450-9960 for more information.

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Resources for caregivers during COVID-19

The safety of our patients, clinical team and community are at the forefront of our response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Learn about coping techniques and resources available for family caregivers during this time.

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Advanced dementia treatment with clinical trials

Clinical trials are one of the many ways we advance research to provide tomorrow’s Alzheimer’s treatments, today. Volunteers from all health backgrounds can help bring these research discoveries into clinical practice.

Contribute to research during routine appointments

Our researchers are expanding the understanding of dementia by learning how biological and environmental factors may influence a person’s health. You can provide biological samples, like blood, for researchers to use when they need information to complete studies- helping us save resources.