September 21, 2010

Giddy up with Go Texan Day!

UTMB cowboys and cowgirls showed off their western duds recently in honor of “Go Texan Day."  To honor the start of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo volunteers from the UTMB Faculty Women’s Club distributed close to 1,200 bandanas at the entrances of John Sealy Towers and University Hospital Clinics. The rodeo raises funds for student scholarships and brings together more than 22,000 volunteers annually. photos »

Celebrating Service

UTMB recently celebrated Employee Service Day by honoring over 1,200 employees for their years of service and commitment to the university.... read article »

 March 2, 2010

Victory Lakes: A new dimension in healthcare

The highly anticipated UTMB Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes is set to open later this spring. As the population of the Bay Area... read article »

Extreme Volunteers UTMB style

The popular reality show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” recently helped to rebuild the lives of Larry and Melissa Beach... read article »

Batter up!

The approach of spring signals the beginning of a new season for Dr. Randy Urban, the chairman of internal medicine... read article »

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Kim Tindel, RN, BSN

Kim Tindel, RN, BSN has been promoted to a critical new role at UTMB – Director for the Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes, scheduled to open later this spring. A 1987 graduate of the UTMB School of Nursing, Kim has worked at UTMB for over 20 years in various roles as staff nurse, practice... more »

Getting in touch with social media

Social networking services such as Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter and personal blogs have become extremely popular over the last few... read article »