After another eventful year, we want to say “thank you” for showing up each day and giving your best, for stepping up when times were hard and for never giving up. We appreciate you! Please join in these fun activities during Thank You Week to celebrate all you have accomplished this year.
Bexar County has maintained a “Low” COVID-19 community-level risk level. With guidance from our infectious disease consultants we have updated the COVID safety protocols for our patient care locations.
Gwendolyn Tate, MBA, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, has recently joined the Mays Cancer Center as our chief nursing officer. For the past six years, Gwen has served as a nurse manager for Harris Health System in Houston. She was responsible for developing and implementing staffing plans to increase efficiencies and streamline processes to ensure patients are treated with exceptional care.
The Mays Cancer Center kicks off its multimedia brand campaign “Everything It Takes” next week. The campaign will run through August.
“Everything It Takes” expands on the broader UT Health San Antonio campaign to increase awareness of our services. The campaign features many of our expert Mays Cancer Center providers and care team members. You’ll be able to experience the campaign through print ads in various local publications, on cable TV, digital streaming services, Texas Public Radio, social media and at the airport.
Happy National Nurses Week to all the nurses for delivering expert care and compassionate service every day.
In honor of National Nurses Week, we encourage you to express your gratitude to these outstanding professionals who are committed to quality of care of our patients, their family members, and the community through excellence in leadership, practice, innovation and education.
The CPAN system provides real-time psychiatric consultations and helps locate further services tailored to a child’s needs to address the full range of behavioral health issues that youth often experience.
The university not only weathered the COVID-19 pandemic, but also experienced significant growth over the last three years, said President William L. Henrich, MD, MACP, at the April 18 President’s Forum. It was the first forum held in person since the onset of the pandemic.
I-9 employment verification now required in person
The Department of Homeland Security exemption to allow employers to virtually verify employment eligibility (Form I-9) due to the pandemic expires April 30, 2022. · Starting April 18, UT Health San Antonio began verifying employment eligibility for all new hires in person with physical documents. · All employees whose I-9 documents were virtually verified when hired from March 20, 2020to the present now must provide acceptable employment documents for I-9 verification in person. Employees requiring physical I-9 verification can bring their documents to the HR Office at 7411 John Smith Drive, Suite 500 weekdays from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.