New Executive Medicine Program in the Permian Basin

Texas Tech Physicians Executive Exam is an easy, personalized way to take an in-depth look at your health in less time than a normal work day.
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The Executive Exam is designed not only to accommodate your busy schedule, but to be an experience that will leave you feeling relaxed, productive and confident in your lifestyle plan.

Appointments that would normally require several days are fit into a few hours. You’ll skip the lines and waiting rooms and be personally guided through your itinerary and day with our team. You’ll even have time to relax or get some work done.

Staying healthy and on the path to living the life you’ve dreamed of requires a personal lifestyle that supports your goals and vision. We’ll help you evaluate your stress levels and management techniques and what you can do to stay proactive and create a lifestyle that works for you.

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