UT Health Kyle Seale Parkway outpatient and surgery center begins construction

An artist's rendering shows the UT Health Outpatient and Surgery Center at Kyle Seale Parkway (UT Health at Kyle Seale Parkway).

Contact: Steven Lee, 210-450-3823, lees22@uthscsa.edu

SAN ANTONIO – Construction has begun on the UT Health San Antonio outpatient and surgery center at Kyle Seale Parkway, which will be a five-story, 108,000-square-foot community medical facility at the southeast corner of Loop 1604 and Kyle Seale Parkway in San Antonio.

The $50 million project, expected to open by February 2024, will expand the clinical practice of UT Health San Antonio – known as UT Health Physicians – bringing much-needed primary and specialty care, and surgical services, to the area’s growing population.

“UT Health San Antonio is dedicated to delivering convenient and high-quality health care services to Bexar County residents,” said Dr. Carlos Rosende, executive director of UT Health Physicians. “This new center will strengthen our position as a leader in primary care and specialty care, as we advance our mission to be the health care provider of choice in San Antonio and the surrounding region.”

Offerings at UT Health Kyle Seale Parkway will include primary care, gastroenterology, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, otolaryngology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and physical therapy, as well as pathology and radiology – with latest diagnostic laboratory testing and convenient imaging services including MRI, CT scan and ultrasound.

The center will include an ambulatory surgery center with four operating rooms. And it will have approximately 30,000 square feet of shelled space for future expansion.

UT Health San Antonio will own and operate the center, which is being built on land leased from The University of Texas at San Antonio. The construction contractor is Bartlett Cocke General Contractors, with architectural services being provided by Alamo Architects.

For more information on UT Health Kyle Seale Parkway and to view renderings of the new center, go to https://www.uthscsa.edu/patient-care/physicians/ut-health-kyle-seale.

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