Care designed around you

Imagine a place made just for you—mind, body and spirit. Where your care is made simple and your care team builds a plan unique to you. Welcome to Baylor Scott & White Health.

Having a care team that knows you is more important than you may think. Our goal is to keep you healthy. But if your care gets complicated, you want to know that you have access to a team of experts with a complete view of your health so they can build a care plan around you.

Not only do you have access to a large network of providers for every need, but also the technology to make those relationships even stronger. And it’s easy to stay in touch. You can download the MyBSWHealth app and message your doctor whenever you want, schedule your next appointment, see your test results and more. It’s the care you need, when and where you need it.

And just like you can keep track of all your health records in one place, your network of providers at Baylor Scott & White can keep track of it, too. They can access your medical records and health history in real time and communicate with each other—resulting in a connected care experience where everyone is on the same page.

Because that’s what getting Better is all about—care that’s easy and centered on you. Thank you for choosing us to help you get Better—and stay that way.

To-do list
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Download the app
Manage all your care in one place. Descargue la aplicación MyBSWHealth
Make a health plan

Set goals with your care team and work together to reach them.

Schedule yearly checkups

Be proactive about your health.

Keep on top of your child’s health

Schedule immunizations, go to well-child appointments and remain active in your little one’s health.

Screenings in your 20s

Stay on top of screenings. Talk to your care team about adding these tests to your care plan.

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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Testicular exam
    • Sexually transmitted infection
    • (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening
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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Breast exam
    • Pap smear (cervical cancer screening)
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening

*Includes comprehensive blood tests to check for anemia, infections, certain cancers, kidney/liver function, cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid disease and other common conditions

Screenings in your 30s

Stay on top of screenings. Talk to your care team about adding these tests to your care plan.

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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Testicular exam
    • Sexually transmitted infection
    • (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening
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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Breast exam
    • Pap smear (cervical cancer screening)
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening

*Includes comprehensive blood tests to check for anemia, infections, certain cancers, kidney/liver function, cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid disease and other common conditions

Screenings in your 40s

Stay on top of screenings. Talk to your care team about adding these tests to your care plan.

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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Testicular exam
    • Sexually transmitted infection
    • (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening
    • Diabetes screening
    • Colon cancer screening (45)
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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Breast exam
    • Pap smear (cervical cancer screening)
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening
    • Mammogram every two years
    • Colon cancer screening (45)

*Includes comprehensive blood tests to check for anemia, infections, certain cancers, kidney/liver function, cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid disease and other common conditions

Screenings in your 50s

Stay on top of screenings. Talk to your care team about adding these tests to your care plan.

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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Testicular exam
    • Sexually transmitted infection
    • (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening
    • Detección de cáncer de próstata
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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Breast exam
    • Pap smear (cervical cancer screening)
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening

*Includes comprehensive blood tests to check for anemia, infections, certain cancers, kidney/liver function, cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid disease and other common conditions

Screenings in your 60s+

Stay on top of screenings. Talk to your care team about adding these tests to your care plan.

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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Testicular exam
    • Sexually transmitted infection
    • (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening
    • Medicare exam (65)
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    • Annual wellness exam*
    • Examen de presión arterial
    • Skin exam
    • Depression/anxiety screening
    • Breast exam
    • Pap smear (cervical cancer screening)
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening
    • Hepatitis C screening
    • Medicare exam (65)
    • Bone density test

*Includes comprehensive blood tests to check for anemia, infections, certain cancers, kidney/liver function, cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid disease and other common conditions

Stay on top of immunizations
  • Every year - Flu vaccine
  • Every 10 years - TDAP booster
  • Required once - HPV vaccine (<26), Shingles (50+), Pneumonia vaccine (65+)
Stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations

Including boosters as recommended by the CDC.

Getting started

Take an active role in your care. Your Primary Care Provider (PCP) is your first partner in wellness.

Just as you’d be open and honest with your partner, loved ones or family members, you’ll want to establish and nurture the same kind of relationship with your provider. Ask yourself how well your PCP knows you today. If you’re already close, that’s great. If not, make a plan to get better acquainted and talk about your goals—even (and especially!) if you’re healthy and just want to know how to stay that way.

Here are some tips to help you get started:

  • Reach out

    Use the MyBSWHealth app and message your care team whenever you have a question about a recent visit, a test result, a prescription, scheduling or billing. (This function is for non-urgent needs related to your medical care. If you have an emergency, always dial 9-1-1.)

  • Listen to your body

    If something doesn’t feel right , don’t wait. Make an appointment.

  • Maximize your time during your visits

    Use eCheck-in ahead of time.

    • Come prepared with a list of questions to ask.
    • Write down what you learned from your visit or bring a caregiver to help.
    • Know the next steps in your plan of care.
  • Get the most out of your care at home

    Because we want to keep you out of the hospital, there are a few items you can keep at home to help with that. These items will help give eVisit and virtual visit providers more information, as well as keep you on top of any concerns between visits:

    • Thermometer
    • Blood pressure cuff
    • Water bottle
    • First aid kit
    • Scale
    • Pulse oximeter
    • Measuring tape
    • Common over-the-counter medications, including pain relievers, fever medicine and more

Care teams serve you Better

Get the care you need on your schedule, thanks to a patient-centered care team approach. Advanced Practice Providers (APPs) collaborate with your physician to give you more—more flexibility in appointment scheduling and more collaboration in your care.

APPs can include:

  • Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  • Nurse Practitioners (NP)
  • Physician Assistants (PA)

These nationally certified licensed healthcare providers have advanced education and training that prepares them to practice medicine collaboratively on your healthcare team.

As part of your unique plan, APPs can provide services like:

  • Diagnosing and treating medical conditions and injuries
  • Performing physical exams
  • Prescribing medications and other treatments
  • Ordering and interpreting lab tests, imaging studies like X-rays and other diagnostic testing
  • Performing annual exams (such as well-adult or well-child)
  • Treating acute illnesses and injuries
  • Educating and counseling you on maintaining a healthy lifestyle
  • Performing in-office procedures like sutures, joint injections and skin biopsies
  • Managing chronic conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and respiratory diseases

Our pharmacists are part of your care team

These experts are PharmDs, meaning they have their doctorate of pharmacy. They can assist with identifying the best medication for you, as well as making sure there are no interactions between the drugs prescribed. You may hear directly from them in response to questions sent to your provider team.

Care team services

Here are some things that your PCP or APP can offer that may surprise you.

El cuidado de la salud es mejor cuando está todo junto.
Descargue la aplicación MyBSWHealth hoy y vea lo fácil que es administrar la atención de su familia en un solo lugar.
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Find a care team, urgent care, walk-in clinic or emergency room near you.

Primary care physician

Your first choice for care when it’s not an emergency.

  • Asma
  • Bladder infection
  • Chronic conditions
  • Diabetes management
  • Dolor de oidos
  • Headaches
  • Alta presion sanguinea
  • Salud mental
  • Salud Preventiva
  • Esguinces
  • Well-woman exams
eVisits and video visits

24/7 availability using your mobile device or computer.

  • Acné
  • Alergias
  • Frío
  • Gripe
  • Pink eye
  • Quitting tobacco
  • Sinus infection
  • Stomach problems
  • Yeast infection

Check-in
eCheck-in is encouraged and available in MyBSWHealth before your virtual or in-person appointment.

  • Let us know when you arrive.
  • Virtual visits are now available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Get more information and tips on what to expect from a virtual care visit

Atención de urgencias

If an appointment is not available with your care team and you need immediate attention, but your symptoms are not life-threatening.

  • Abdominal pain
  • Acute back or joint pain
  • Bladder infection
  • Ear or sinus pain
  • Dolor de oidos
  • Gripe
  • Headaches
  • Minor burns
  • Minor cuts that may need stitches
  • Minor eye injuries
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Erupciones
  • Sexually transmitted infection (STI)
  • Infecciones de la piel
  • Dolor de garganta
  • Esguinces
  • Infección del tracto urinario (ITU)
  • Viral testing
  • X-ray
Emergency room

For any condition you believe to be life-threatening.

  • Dolor de pecho
  • Deep cuts or wounds
  • Dificultad para respirar
  • Poisoning, overdoses and suicidal behavior
  • Severe abdominal pain, coughing or vomiting blood
  • Severe burns
  • Severe head injuries/headaches
  • Sudden loss of balance, vision change, facial droop, or arm or leg weakness