Mays Cancer Center needs volunteers at the 2nd annual Living Beyond Cancer A-Z Symposium on January 21 to help with parking, registration, lunch and navigation throughout the day. Three shifts are available in two-hour windows.
Join us at the UTSA Basketball game on Saturday, January 21, where the Roadrunners will celebrate UT Health San Antonio on Healthcare Appreciation Night. Special ticket offer includes a free UTSA t-shirt for the first 100 fans.
Show your spirit by wearing your UT Health San Antonio swag!
COVID-19 infections are on the rise locally and nationally. A new omicron subvariant, called XBB.1.5, is overtaking circulating subvariants. It is more transmissible than prior variants and is expected to increase in Texas, following trends seen in other areas of the country.
Physicians from UT Health San Antonio, across a variety of specialties have been recognized as "top doctors” by San Antonio Magazine. Of the 484 physicians nominated by their peers 273 are UT Health San Antonio providers.
We want to know how you define the patient experience. In a short essay tell us your definition of the patient experience. First, second and third-place prizes will be awarded. Essays are due by Monday, January 16.
Led by registered experts in diet and wellness, Plants-2-Plate is now accepting participants interested in adopting healthy lifestyle habits and a diet centered around foods that come primarily from plants.
Earn CME or CNE at the 4th Annual High Risk Pregnancy & Heart Disease Conference this spring at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. This event invites cardiologists, maternal-fetal specialists and nurses to discuss modern approaches for pregnant patients with heart disease.
Healthcare providers will learn:
Signs and symptoms of cardiac disease in pregnancy, and which patients should be referred for higher care
How to develop a management strategy for following high risk pregnancies closely and planning for all stages, including labor, delivery and postpartum
The long-term impact of these cardiac conditions (previous or newly recognized) on the woman’s long-term health and on any future pregnancies
Don't wait! Take advantage to learn about one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity and mortality in the United States.
Training deadlines in UT Health Learns have been extended. Employees who completed the required training from March 1 - October 26 will be removed from training for the current cycle. Click here for more details.