UT Health to open new multispecialty care facility this fall

UT Health San Antonio is expanding its health care footprint with the opening of UT Health De Zavala, a new multispecialty health facility near I-10 and 1604. 

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How to respond to questions about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine suspension

Stay informed and use this guide to help answer questions you may receive about the April 13 Johnson and Johnson vaccine suspension. 

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UT Health to build major outpatient facility, expanding leading-edge care

UT Health San Antonio is set to build a major community outpatient center on the Park West Campus of The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Plastic surgery makeover special now available

Just in time for spring, take advantage of our plastic surgery makeover special! Our plastic surgeons will tailor each procedure to the needs and desires of their clients.

Spring into action: tips to safely avoid and heal sports injuries

Longer days and warmer weather are ahead, and the spring sports season has started. Dr. Jeff Svec, who specializes in both sports medicine and family medicine, offers tips to avoid and care for injuries so you can play it safe this season.

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COVID-19 vaccines available now

UT Health San Antonio has appointments available for receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Individuals must be 16 years or older and will need to return in 21 days to receive their second dose.

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Save the date: Heart Rhythm Focus Virtual Symposium

Register now for a free Heart Rhythm Focus Virtual Symposium on June 12 that will focus on contemporary state-of-the-art management of heart rhythm disorders and cardiac devices with the latest updates in electrophysiology. 

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New employees can schedule to receive COVID-19 vaccine

New employees are eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment through a secure online portal as soon as they have a valid UT Health San Antonio user ID and password.

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COVID-19 hotline, testing and vaccine information

If you are feeling sick or think you may need a COVID-19 test, the COVID-19 hotline (210-450-8000) is available to serve you. FAQs about the vaccine, including how to reschedule if you missed your appointment, are also available on our COVID-19 website.

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