Congratulations to newly-elected Employee Advisory Council members. They are:
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The Joint Commission visited UTMB in late November, and has issued its final report of survey findings. To put the survey into context,... read article »
Does US biodefense meet the threat?
As part of its ongoing series featuring experts at the forefront of biosecurity policy development... read article »
In late October, UTMB Business Operations and Facilities (BOF) personnel gathered in the newly-completed UTMB On-Line Testing Center to celebrate... read article »
As the skeleton of the new Jennie Sealy Hospital begins to rise from its foundation, construction progress now can be seen with the... read article »
At first glance, it appears to be a standard medical examination room where a middle-aged woman is explaining her abdominal pain... read article »
Stillbirth is a tragedy that occurs in one of every 160 births in the United States. Compounding the sadness for many families, the... read article »
Dr. Alice Anne O’Donell, one of the original co-founders of UTMB’s Department of Family Medicine in 1969, retired last month after 46 years at UTMB. An Oslerian Scholar and recipient of ... read article »
Wrapping up the holidays with a Pink Ribbon wreath-making project, UTMB's life-saving ECMO program and a gallery of holiday photos... read article »
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It is my pleasure to announce that UTMB was recently resurveyed by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and was awarded... read article »
The UTMB Police Department in November joined an elite group of law enforcement agencies nationwide by becoming “Accredited” by the... read article »
Dorothy Lusby is credited with being the first female licensed plumber in Galveston County, and the 17th in Texas... read article »
At 5 p.m. Dec. 31, Lorena and Eduardo Castellanos were making a scheduled prenatal visit to the UTMB clinic in Pasadena. Less than an hour later, they were going 80 mph... read article »