Specialty Clinics & Centers
As a local leader in medical technology and quality of care, University offers a number of specialized services to give our patients a complete continuum of care. Learn more about each unit or center below:
Diabetes Outpatient Services – This comprehensive program is staffed by dietitians and nurse educators that are specifically certified in diabetes education.
Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center – Offering screenings and preventative care, this center helps you understand your risk for heart and vascular disease and determine next steps.
Advanced Heart Failure Center – The Advanced Heart Failure Clinic at University Hospital's Heart & Vascular Institute is a multi-disciplinary team of physicians and clinicians that works together to create an individualized treatment program for those with heart failure.
Structural Heart Clinic - This clinic in University Hospital’s Heart & Vascular Institute specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of structural conditions that affect the interior walls of your heart, valves, arteries and veins.
Occupational Health – Our Occupational Health program is designed to provide treatment for on-the-job injuries and follow-up therapy and rehabilitation customized for your job requirements.
Rape Crisis & Sexual Assault Services – We offer no-cost comprehensive services to victims of sexual assault and their families, as well as community and professional education programs.
Sleep Study Lab – For more than 20 years, our Sleep Study Lab has been diagnosing sleep disorders and other sleep disruptions.
Speech & Hearing Services – Our Speech & Hearing program provides services for children and adults experiencing issues with speech, language, feeding, swallowing or hearing.
Stroke Unit – Our Stroke Unit is designed to provide comprehensive care that reduces hospitalization time, improves outcomes and saves lives.
Wound & Hyperbaric Center - The Center is an outpatient, hospital-based program to provide treatment for problem wounds. Patients can call the Center to inquire about a consult or may be referred by their primary care physician.