Where to find weather-related updates

The easiest and best way to receive updates on emergencies is to sign up to receive text messages via our emergency messaging system, HSC Alert. Please follow the directions on this link www.uthscsa.edu/HSCAlert to sign up or verify that you are already signed up. You can also check or bookmark news.uthscsa.edu/weather. This page will bring you the latest campus weather-related updates. Employees may also call the UTHP Weather Line at 210-450-4886 to access a status report for faculty and staff regarding any modifications to planned clinic operations. 

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Precautions still urged for the vaccinated

With the COVID-19 vaccine now widely distributed throughout campus and beginning to circulate throughout the community, questions remain regarding best safety precautions and practices for vaccinated individuals.

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UT Health physician explains the importance of recognizing the signs of heart disease during COVID-19

Dr. Dawn Hui, cardiac surgeon at UT Health, joined KENS5 to spreads awareness on the warning signs of heart disease, how to help prevent it and the American Heart Association’s Don’t Die of Doubt campaign. 

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The best COVID-19 control measure is to stay home if you are sick

Updated information on COVID-19 testing and control in the setting of high-risk exposures can be found on our COVID-19 site.

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UT Health cardiothoracic surgeon elected to leadership position of prestigious organization

John Calhoon, MD, professor and cardiothoracic surgeon at UT Health was recently named first vice president and president-elect of The Society of Thoracic Surgeons.

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Surgeon reflects on courage displayed during a pandemic

A year of courageous acts inspired Dharam Kaushik, MD, urologic cancer surgeon at UT Health San Antonio to publish an essay about what the word courage means to him. The essay, titled “Broken Tumor, Intact Courage,” was published Feb. 3 in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases. 

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Volunteers needed for COVID-19 vaccine clinics

The state has designated UT Health San Antonio’s clinical practice a vaccine hub. Volunteers are needed to assist patients, especially older patients, as they arrive on campus to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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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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On-Demand Urgent Care now available

Now, you can have an immediate appointment with one of our expert primary care providers from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

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Messages of encouragement and support for our staff and providers are constantly posted on our Impact site. Read the notes or write one of your own!

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