New doctor's office coming to Southwest Austin, plus three more medical businesses with news

Dr. Rocco Piazza has moved his office to a new, bigger location in Southwest Austin. (Courtesy Rocco Piazza)
Dr. Rocco Piazza has moved his office to a new, bigger location in Southwest Austin. (Courtesy Rocco Piazza)

Dr. Rocco Piazza has moved his office to a new, bigger location in Southwest Austin. (Courtesy Rocco Piazza)

Total Men’s Primary Care plans to open a new location at 5800 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. 310, Austin, in the first quarter of 2022. The space will be the brand’s 20th in the Austin area. The clinic will treat a variety of ailments including men’s issues such as erectile dysfunction and low testosterone. 512-759-8385

Austin Regional Clinic renamed its telemedicine service program Oct. 18. NormanMD, formerly called eMD Access, is now named for Dr. Norman Chenven, who founded ARC. The service offers direct messaging, voice and video chat, and image uploads with medical professionals with a subscription of $9.95 per month, or $100 per year.


Plasma donation company Octapharma Plasma plans to open its first donation center in Austin in spring 2022. The new location at 500 W. William Cannon Drive, Ste. 438A, Austin, will be the company’s 22nd center in the state. The company serves more than 400,000 donors annually and aims to make the experience safe and comfortable.

The Piazza Center, a plastic surgery and advanced skin care provider, doubled the size of its clinic with a move to 5920 W. William Cannon Drive, Bldg. 7, Ste. 200, Austin, from its old space at 7900 FM 1826. Dr. Rocco Piazza’s specialties are breast enhancements and tummy tucks. 512-956-4472.
By Maggie Quinlan

Reporter, Southwest Austin/Dripping Springs

Maggie joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in July 2021 after a year spent covering crime, courts and politics at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington, near the border with Idaho. In Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs, Maggie covers education, business, healthcare, transportation, real estate development and nonprofits. Prior to CI, she graduated from Washington State University, where she was managing editor of the student newspaper and a section editor at her hometown newspaper based in Moscow, Idaho. Maggie dreamed of living in the Austin area for years and feels honored to serve the communities of Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs.