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Health Care HealthTexas opens Burleson facility

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Dallas-based multi-specialty medical group HealthTexas Provider Network, an affiliate of Baylor Health Care System, has opened its new facility, Baylor Scott & White Family Medical Center-Burleson.

The new medical center is located at 12500 South Freeway, Suite 207, on the second level above Baylor Emergency Medical Center at Burleson, one of the eight freestanding emergency hospitals that are the result of a joint venture between Baylor University Medical Center and The Woodlands-based Emerus.

Dr. Kenton Murthy is the lead primary care physician and will integrate all aspects of general family medicine. Services for children and adults include: health maintenance and preventive care; women’s health; physical examinations such as routine, school, camp, insurance, employment, gynecological and prostate; minor emergency treatment; laboratory and X-ray services on-site; cancer screening; nutritional counseling; cholesterol screening; and disease management.

Established in 1994, HealthTexas Provider Network employs more than 920 physicians practicing in 250 care delivery sites in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. In fiscal year 2015 HealthTexas reported more than 2.2 million patient visits.

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