By The Numbers:
Progress Notes

Record-setting enrollment. More than 800 new health providers and scientists graduated. Nearly $146 million in research expenditures, including projects addressing chronic diseases of aging. Strategic expansion of the UTMB Health System to increase access to advanced care. The launch of a bold new brand. Legislative and UT System approval to proceed with a new, state-of-the-art Jennie Sealy Hospital. Demonstrated financial health for the second year in a row. The numbers tell a story of UTMB’s tremendous forward momentum in 2011.

Education

Education: Foundation for the Future

Foundation for the Future

  • 2,848 students (Fall 2011)
  • 1st nationally in number of Hispanic medical school graduates
  • 9th nationally in number of African-American medical school graduates
  • 3rd nationally in number and 2nd in percentage of under-represented minority graduates (with the exception of medical schools at historically black universities and in Puerto Rico)
  • 824 graduates
  • 25,000 living alumni
  • 4,500 physician alumni practicing medicine in Texas, the highest number from any Texas medical school

Research

Research: Local Efforts with Global Reach

Local Efforts with Global Reach

  • $146 million in research expenditures
  • 3 departments ranked in NIH Top 10
  • 10 faculty ranked among NIH Top 50 in their respective disciplines
  • School of Health Professions 9th in NIH funding
  • 18 patents issued to UTMB scientists
  • 51 invention disclosures filed, signaling potential future patents

Patient Care

Patient Care: A Health System on a Mission

A Health System on a Mission

  • 637,000 outpatient visits
  • 33,000 emergency room visits
  • 29,000 hospital admissions
  • 7,000 new Texans delivered
  • 111,000 telemedicine encounters
  • 1.2 million Southeast Texas residents in counties served by Level I Trauma Center
  • 80 physicians named among Best Doctors in America
  • 5-year telemedicine contract to provide all medical services to 3 National Science Foundation research stations in Antarctica

Financial

Health

Although 2011 presented a number of financial challenges to Texas and all agencies that receive state funding, UTMB’s 11,800 employees worked together to ensure the university’s financial health in order to have resources to reinvest in and advance our vital mission.

This was achieved through a multifaceted strategy to increase revenue and carefully manage expenditures throughout UTMB. In addition, multidisciplinary teams in the Health System and Business & Finance helped increase efficiency by analyzing, streamlining and improving day-to-day processes. The 16 projects completed thus far have reduced waste and costs, increased value for those we serve and improved employee satisfaction. Additional projects are on tap for the coming year.

The result of all of these efforts is an increasingly resilient university and regional health care resource.

UTMB Operating Results (In Thousands)

 

FY2011

FY2010

Revenue Components

   
Net Patient Care Revenue $ 940,024 $ 829,833
State Appropriations 333,212 368,090
Grants and Contracts 252,399 262,598
Net Tuition and Fees 25,344 22,236
Gifts, Investment Income and Other Revenue 58,190 58,890

Total Revenue

$ 1,609,169

$ 1,541,647



Expense Components

   
Salaries and Wages $ 1,000,751 $ 974,697
Supplies, Services, and Other 471,841 453,422
Depreciation 75,104 67,442
Unreimbursed Ike Activity 11,880 8,495

Total Expenses

$ 1,559,576

$ 1,504,056



Margin

$ 49,593

$ 37,591


All figures are as of Fiscal Year 2011 unless otherwise noted