UT Health Physicians has been recognized by The American Heart Association® and the American Medical Association for improving patients' blood pressure and helping decrease their risk of heart attack and stroke.
Bidding on an auction item is another way to contribute to the campaign and make a difference in the lives of others in the community. Some of items available include tickets to the rodeo and Sea World, wine, gift cards, gift baskets and more!
Join President William L. Henrich, MD, MACP, for a President's Forum on October 13 that is not to be missed! Learn about planned growth for our university and significant initiatives underway that position UT Health San Antonio for even greater success in delivering our mission.
A light lunch will be provided following the session. We look forward to seeing you there!
Through what they see, hear, perceive, and feel, patients are experiencing the healthcare we provide at every interaction, and it is up to each one of us to provide exceptional experiences, for every patient, every time!
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The Office of Governmental Relations has the primary official responsibility to communicate with all local, state, and federally elected officials and their respective staff regarding The University of Texas Health San Antonio's present and future legislative funding and policy priorities.
Have you considered pursuing professional development opportunities to expand your knowledge and skills as a leader at UT Health San Antonio? The Leadership Excellence for Academic Professionals (LEAP) program is accepting applications through Oct. 3 from qualifying senior leaders and above across the university. The right candidates wish to increase their capabilities as senior managers or above in health care, higher education, research and administrative professions.
A $15 monthly discount now is available to faculty and staff who join Gold's Gym Medical Center, adjacent to UT Health San Antonio’s main campus. The gym, located on Merton Minter near Babcock, is offering a $40-per-month fee with no contracts, enrollment fee or annual fee. The offer extends to immediate family and includes a complimentary one-hour personal training session for all fitness levels. Interested faculty and staff should call Gold's Gym at 210-615-3838 or email Kirk Robinson or Elsa Villanueva.