Presidential Award winners announced

Your colleagues have been recognized for Clinical Excellence, Employee Excellence, Team Excellence and Distinguished Service to the Institution. Congratulations to the UT Health Physicians employees who received a 2021 Presidential Award!

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More than 80 UT Health physicians recognized as Texas Super Doctors

A total of 88 UT Health physicians have been named Texas Super Doctors by Texas Monthly magazine for their high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. 

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Go Red! National Wear Red Day is February 5

Join us in support of American Heart Month by wearing a red shirt with scrub bottoms on National Wear Red Day: Friday, Feb. 5, to bring awareness to heart disease as a leading cause of death for Americans, especially women.

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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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Masking, good hand hygiene and physical distancing required to stop the spread

Even though COVID-19 vaccines are here and the majority of our campus community has been vaccinated, the fight is not over.

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COVID vaccine appointments available for patients 65 or older

Current UT Health San Antonio patients who are 65 years old or older can now schedule their COVID-19 vaccine appointment using MyChart.

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Take a virtual tour of the new Barshop Institute

Take a virtual tour of the Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies, hear about some of the important research being performed in the laboratories in this nationally renowned center and learn about the legacy of the Barshop family on advancing care for Texans.

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UT Health infectious disease experts featured in ‘The Vaccines: Ending the COVID-19 Pandemic’ special

Drs. Ruth Berggren and Jason Bowling, infectious disease specialists, explain how COVID-19 vaccines work in the KSAT12 special, The Vaccines: Ending the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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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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Dedicated to our health care heroes

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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