Desi Kitchen in Houston treated the CLC staff to a delicious meal of Indian cuisine. Thank you Desi Kitchen for recognizing our hard-working staff with your delicious food.
Lauren Perez with the Texas City-La Marque Chamber of Commerce recently visited UTMB Health’s Texas City COVID-19 clinic to deliver handmade cards and thank you letters from chamber members.
Katie Thompson with Post Acute Medical Rehab Hospitals of Clear Lake arrived earlier this week with lunch from Jason’s Deli for all CLC nurses in honor of National Nurses Week.
What a honor to receive these amazing encouraging cards from Friendswood ISD! Thank you for your support of our campus and the uplifting words!
Thank you, Advantage BMW of Clear Lake, for the delicious delivery of Chick-fil-a meals to our front line staff! It came delivered to our campus in a caravan of beautiful BMW SUVs!
Salata and Baybrook Mall teamed up to feed the evening crew at UTMB's Clear Lake Campus, which, by the way, is celebrating the one-year anniversary of joining UTMB Health!
Valero's Texas City employees recently took timeout to send words of thanks to UTMB's health care heroes. Thank you, Valero, for recognizing UTMB and for all you do for our community.
Galveston’s Orange Leaf Yogurt provided a refreshing afternoon treat for UTMB front-line medical staff. Thanks for thinking of us, Orange Leaf.
Sunday School class members at Coastal Community Church Sunday school classmates pooled their resources to provide snacks and blessings to administrators and medical staff at UTMB’s Galveston campus.
The Daily News partnered with Galveston's MOD Coffee Shop to deliver goodie bags to UTMB’s frontline staff working in the COVID-19 units. Thank you Daily News for keeping us well-informed during the pandemic and MOD for keeping us caffeinated.
Hubcap and Tramonte Realty donated lunch recently for the OR. Amy Lussier invited other departments who have worked hard to care for our patients, including Respiratory Therapists and Cath Lab staff.
Domino's Pizza was ordered for nurses/staff at Hospital Galveston recently and when it got there, Domino's comped the ticket.
The UT-Texas A&M rivalry was laid aside as representatives of the Maritime Business Aggies student group brought breakfast tacos to feed the frontline staff at UTMB Health's Jennie Sealy Hospital.
Thank you Mike, from our neighborhood Panera Bread, for the delicious bagels! We appreciate your support of our healthcare workers.
Princella Hotchkiss of Galveston has done her part to say thank you to UTMB nurses on the front lines of COVID-19, producing more than 500 homemade cards, each adorned with a small gift, to distribute to throughout the UTMB healthcare system.
The students at the Primrose School of League City at Victory Lakes recently made posters for healthcare workers. Their posters were given to the team on 11A in Jennie Sealy and brought smiles to their faces.
Trish Wooten has been busy working from home but when she calls it a day from her UTMB duties, she gets out her sewing supplies. Trish has made almost 300 masks!
Physical Therapist Charles Hardy made more than 100 masks for his staff and others.
Taylor Martinez delivers a thank you picture and brownies to the League City Hospital Campus Respiratory Therapists. Her mom (also pictured) is respiratory therapist Tiffaney Martinez, RRT.
Personal care items were delivered to the UTMB Angleton Danbury Campus! Thank you Healing Touch.
UTMB Health ADC's respiratory care clinic received lunch courtesy of Merle Norman Studio-Angleton, Texas and Goe Harley-Davidson. Thank you to our community partners whose generous hearts continue to span the region.
The Angleton Danbury Campus ECHO department received lunch from our partners at Bracco Diagnostics, our ECHO contrast supplier.
Charlie Tinsley, executive of the Bay Area Council of Boy Scouts of America, delivered 90 cases of butter, chocolate, caramel and white cheddar popcorn to UTMB Health's Galveston campus on Monday.
League City Masonic Lodge 1053 and their partner Burger Nation in League City prepared pulled pork for UTMB's League City Campus. Thank you, Burger Nation and League City Masons!
Thank you, AMOCO, for the delicious lunch delivery today! We appreciate your kindness and recognition of our healthcare team!
Special thanks, Mr. Jack Brown of American National, for the delicious meal delivery today. Our staff are extremely grateful for your thoughtfulness, encouragement, and generosity!
BASF donated a case of C4U hand sanitizer to the Angleton Danbury Campus. When the COVID-19 events generated a need for extra supplies, our neighbors at BASF stepped into the gap! Thank you for being a community partner, not only for UTMB, but our region.
Thank you TDECU for providing meals for our Emergency Room and Triage tent teams! We can’t thank you enough for your caring hearts and generous actions. Talk About Good Restaurant & Catering, the food was delicious!
Jeff Ryall and Geoff Elam from The Trevino Group donated lunch from El Tiempo to the League City Campus Periop department recently.
LifeStyle Financial Advisors of Friendswood said thank you to UTMB's Texas City and League City COVID-19 clinic staff with delicious lunches from local restaurants. It was a nice treat for our hardworking health care professionals.
League City Campus Respiratory Therapists and Nurses received a Panera Bread lunch donation from a friend of Medical Director Dr. Aristides Koutrouvelis.
Thank you, MOD Pizza, for the delicious lunch delivery today! We appreciate your support of our healthcare workers!
Thank you to Martha Hernandez, who on behalf of The Most Holy Trinity Church, gifted Angleton Danbury Campus with this beautiful wreath.
The Supply Chain Services team recently donated about 15,000 masks to the Galveston Fire Department. Zach Boyer, Rafael Mendoza, Josh Birch, Adrian De La Paz and Chris Toomes made the delivery to Fire Station No. 1.
Medical Student, Caitlin Gerich, and her husband donate face shields to the UTMB Pediatric inpatient unit. These were 3D printed. Receiving the donation is Dr. Geetha Radhakrishnan (holding box) and the Pediatric Inpatient Team.
The evening staff at UTMB's Galveston ER received a special treat when Susan Falgout and Fellman Seinsheimer had the chefs at the San Luis serve up an Easter Sunday feast in medical team's honor.
PJ and Tara Head, owners of Koop’s BBQ, provided Easter Sunday lunch to UTMB employees within the women’s infant’s and children’s programs at UTMB’s Galveston campus.
Texas City's Valero honored UTMB's Dr. Michael Allen with breakfast for the Department of Family Medicine.
It took a stretcher to wheel in all the meals when AMOCO Federal Credit Union came to UTMB's League City Campus with lunch for everyone!
Danny Hart from Galveston Restaurant Group delivered lunch today to the administrative office. Mrs. Mary Lou Kelso donated the meals.
The Galveston Cath Lab received a donation of 50 face shields to use during procedures and 100 face masks for them to protect themselves outside of work from Healy Sportswear.
Farmers Alloy Fabricating in Galveston generously donated face shields to help protect UTMB caregivers, modeled in these photos by Drs. Lisa Farmer and Lynn Knox.
The Edgewater church youth group sent over cookies and cards to the staff at UTMB Health Multispecialty Center in recognition for the exceptional care they are giving to patients.
Thank you to Lunacy Tacos and Jim Luna for donating and delivering breakfast for the Emergency (ER) and triage team. Your community spirit and generosity is much appreciated.
ADC Auxiliary sent warm wishes to the staff through beautiful bouquets of flowers with a a message of thanks for all that our team does for our patients and the community!
Angleton Christian School delivered a special Friday night meal to our healthcare team - along with a special letter of prayer and thanks.
Not only did our local League City Starbucks deliver coffee and treats to our nurses, they wrote a special note of thanks. Thank you Starbucks!
Amy O’Conner, Jasmine Winfree and Sam Holder enjoy yummy breakfast tacos sent in by Pit Stop BBQ. What a wonderful gesture from Pit Stop for our Super Heros.
Thank you to Girl Scout Troop 139111. Not only did they deliver the League City Campus with cases of Girl Scout Cookies.... each scout wrote a lovely card. Attached is our favorite.
Chef Bass donated 52 loaves of her delicious bread to say “Thanks!” to the UTMB family members working hard at our League City Hospital Campus and our Clear Lake Hospital Campus.
Jack and Katie Brown worked with the San Luis Resort and Conference Center to deliver more than 100 breakfast tacos to UTMB staff on Friday.
Tony Gonzales did it again, with the delivery of more donated lunches from Smooth Tony’s. This time Tony recognized our hard-working lab employees and the Materials Management/Supply Chain staff.
Owner Kalpesh Patel and his family and staff from the Hampton Inn and Suites and Candlewood Suites in League City, provided breakfast for their neighbors at UTMB's League City Campus ER.
Thanks to Cindy and Jim Earthman, Margaret and Dr. Harry Kelso, and Dianne and Fred Burns, along with the chefs at the San Luis, for this delicious tribute to UTMB's world-class Galveston National Lab scientists and staff.
Dell Technologies, a UTMB IT partner, said "Thank you!" to our frontline warriors in the battle against the pandemic with a meal for the night shift serving on the Galveston COVID-19 units.
Mr. Tom Henderson drove from West Columbia to bring us the supplies he had in his workshop.
Thank you Chick-fil-A and Pearland Coffee Roasters for the delicious lunch and coffee! We appreciate the thoughtfulness of our neighbors!
Special thanks to the Bay Area Taco Cabana for the delicious lunch today! We appreciate your support of our health care workers!
For the past week, the Dietary teams from the Bayou Cafe’ have hand-delivered a small bite of sweetness to our team members. It’s the little things that remind us all that we are in this together.
Thank you to the anonymous family who had pizza delivered to more than 50 healthcare team members on night shift! They asked to remain anonymous but we extend our heartfelt thanks and smiles!
Thank you to United Way of Brazoria County for your generous donation-reallocation of 270 N95 masks.
Huge thank you to the Lake Jackson Chick-Fil-A for donating breakfast to the entire UTMB Health Angleton Danbury Hospital!
Thank you Anthony & the Chuck E. Cheese family for the delicious pizza delivery today! The UTMB Clear Lake family is grateful for your thoughtfulness and generosity!
Thank you, TG Energy Industrial Services, for the wonderful lunch! We’re so proud of our physician partners and our staff. Serving the Bay Area proudly.
Thank you to Dickinson ISD for the invaluable donation of Personal Protective Equipment to our hospital!
Thank you to City Ambulance for the generous donation of N95 masks!
Thank you to our neighborhood Starbucks for our afternoon pick me up!
Thank you to RDA ProMart for your generous donation of gloves to our campus!
Thank you to Sam’s Club for being a great neighbor during these difficult times and donating bottles of hand sanitizer to our hospital!
UTMB medical students Ethan Hinds and Zak Kennedy have been hard at work obtaining bottles of hand sanitizer for healthcare professionals amidst COVID19.
A local company, Team Rubicon, dropped off a donation of surgical and N95 masks at the home of one our Galveston RMCHP nurses.
Tony Gonzales of Smooth Tony's restaurant in Galveston recognized UTMB's hard-working greeters with a great-tasting lunch.
The UTMB Health Department of Family Medicine received 30 personal-size sanitizers as well as several refill bottles from the Texas Tail Distillery.
Renown local Chef Mary Bass made a special delivery today to UMTB’s mother-baby unit, NICU and PICU!
The Doubletree Hotel by Hilton Galveston Beach employees baked dozens of their famous chocolate chip oatmeal cookies.
UTMB Police Chief Kenith Adcox and his leadership team kept the UTMB Police Department well-fed while they’re on campus.
Texadelphia restaurant in Galveston donated 100 boxed lunches!
Gypsy Joynt and Mosquito Cafe/Patty Cakes prepared delicious bakery treats for UTMB faculty and staff.