Joining Forces:
Angleton Danbury Medical Center and UTMB Information and resources on the transition for key stakeholders

About the initiative

Earlier this year, the Angleton Danbury Hospital District Board of Directors and the University of Texas System Board of Regents approved moving forward with a formal relationship between Angleton Danbury Medical Center and the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. The goal was and is to strengthen both organizations’ ability to succeed in an accountable care environment while providing patients access to high-quality care close to their homes.

The effective date of the agreement was Aug. 16, 2014; the two organizations are now operating as one. Much work has been done and continues to merge the two institutions. These pages offer information and resources about the process.

Information for ADC employees and volunteers

Click the links below for important information for employees and volunteers. We will make regular updates to this site as more information is available and questions are submitted, so be sure to check back frequently. If you can’t find your answer here, please send us your question using the form on the right side of the page.

ADMC Legacy Retirement Plan Information
Summary Plan Description for Angleton Danbury Medical Center Employee Retirement Plan 401(a) 8-31-2014 (PDF)
This document is being posted for the convenience of participants in the retirement plan offered to former employees of Angleton Danbury Medical Center. UTMB does not assume any obligations or liability under the Hospital District’s benefit programs; questions about the plan should be directed to the plan administrator at Angleton Danbury Hospital District. Please call (979) 848-9115.

Information about UTMB Health employee benefits are at

Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links

Information for ADMC patients

Throughout the transition, we're remaining focused on the needs of ADMC patients. Together, our organizations are committed to ensuring that patient care is not interrupted, and that excellent care continues for the 60,000 people in the communities of Angleton, Danbury, Rosharon and the surrounding areas in southern Brazoria County.

As details about patient care and the transition become available, we'll post them here. If you have a specific question, please contact us via our form.

Frequently Asked Questions Visit the ADC Web Site Patient Information & Visitor's Guide

Information for UTMB employees

Get to know the newest members of the UTMB extended family, and read about plans as details become available:

Information for physicians

The community physicians who serve patients at ADMC are at the heart of the region's health care. Here is some preliminary information for them:

Frequently Asked Questions

Links and additional resources

Learn more about both organizations at the links below:

News & updates

Contact us with your questions

As we at UTMB and ADMC work to strengthen our organizations by joining forces, we realize a great many questions exist. We are quickly but carefully working through hundreds of details associated with the initiative. While we may not yet have all the answers, your question is important to us and we welcome it via the form below: