September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Yee-Haw…a great time had by all at the 11th Annual PMCH Chili Cook-Off; Dr. Ben Raimer appointed chairman and UTMB Cancer Symposium... read article »

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Of cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United States, but it doesn't have to be.... read article »

Earth Day 2012: Share your photos of nature

Earth Day is a day designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for the environment. This year marks UTMB's 20th anniversary... read article »

Traffic patterns around University Plaza garage changed

Due to construction activity related to the new Jennie Sealy Hospital and Clinical Services Wing, and concern for the safety of our employees,... read article »

 March 13, 2012

SPURS: Secure, Protect, Report, Update and Safeguard

Our information security program for 2012 has been reviewed and approved by UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender, William... read article »

Biking made easier

New and expanded bike racks have been installed at the Marvin Graves Building to meet the needs of riders. The racks at the site are... read article »

Health care students heed the call of the wild

Students at the UTMB who like outdoor adventure are finding a way to mix business with pleasure in the nascent field of wilderness... read article »

UTMB Family Campaign - Working Together the Future is Ours

Check out  the latest blog, read employee testimonials and see how you can make a difference.... read article »





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Taking measures to prevent colon cancer

Colon cancer is the #2 cancer killer in the United States but with early detection and removal of precancerous polyps chances of survival exceed 80-90 percent... read article »

Saying goodbye to the Old Jennie Sealy Hospital

Demolition crews brought down the old Jennie Sealy Hospital on the UTMB campus on Saturday, March 3. The demolition is part of the work to build a new... read article »

Masquerading for scholarships

The UTMB Student Nurses Association officers raised $1,000 for nursing student scholarships during their annual gala. This year's event, the... read article »

Celebrate Certified Nurses Day

UTMB Health is celebrating Certified Nurses Day, March 19 by honoring its board certified nurses. Fifty-eight percent of UTMB nurses are certified,... read article »

Getting healthy with ZUMBA

UTMB employees are dancing off the inches in a Zumba class offered Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m., in the lobby of the Specialty Care... read article »

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