COVID-19 Vaccination Updates

  • Family Medicine: Your One Stop Shop

    Family medicine providers are trained in many areas of medicine and can provide comprehensive care for you, your children, your parents and your entire family.

  • Adolescent Gynecology 101

    UTMB OBGYN's Dr. Parin Patel and Dr. Joyce Muruthi join Meagan Clanahan of the Houston Moms Blog to discuss the ins and outs of adolescent gynecology.

  • Tips for Living Heart-Healthy

    September is Eat Smart Month, Cholesterol Education Month and Childhood Obesity Month; World Heart Day is also celebrated on Sept. 29 – so now is a great time to start your journey toward heart-healthy living.

  • Navigating Your First Gynecology Visit

    UTMB Health providers know how intimidating it can be to see a gynecologist for the first time, so they set aside a specific time each week to meet with pre-teens, teens & young adults to ensure their needs are met.

  • Quality care, with a look to match

    Situated across Texas, UTMB’s Regional Mother and Child Health Program clinics are being refreshed and enhanced with new décor, signs and more.

  • Finding Relief with a Pelvic Floor Disorder

    Treatments for pelvic floor disorders are wide-ranging. Dr. Elisha Jackson discusses how urogynecologists, like herself, are well-equipped to perform a full spectrum of treatments.

  • Myths about Atrial Fibrillation or ‘AFib’

    Nearly 6 million people in the United States have atrial fibrillation. These rapid and irregular beats if left untreated over time can increase the risk for heart failure, stroke and death.

  • 6 Myths about Colonoscopies

    If the thought of getting a colonoscopy makes you grimace, you're not alone. However, the procedure may not be as bad as you think -- and it could save your life.

  • Sports Physicals - Know the facts

    Dr. Namita Bhardwaj joined Meagan Clanahan of the Houston Moms Blog to discuss all things sports medicine--sports physicals, safety protocols and best practices during COVID and more.

  • What is a Family Physician?

    Family physicians deliver a range of acute, chronic and preventive medical care services. In addition to diagnosing and treating illness, they also provide preventive care, including routine checkups, health-risk assessments, immunization and more.

  • Back to School Wellness

    Dr. Manuela Murray joined Meagan Clanahan of the Houston Moms Blog to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine, back-to-school well-checks and more.

  • The best memories are made in person.

    Approved for individuals 12 years of age and older, the two-dose Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is now available at all UTMB Health primary care clinics—just in time for back to school check-ups and physicals.

  • What is Hands Only CPR?

    When a person has a cardiac arrest, survival depends on immediately receiving CPR from someone nearby.

Clinical Task Force: Hospital visitation policy modified to comply with new state legislation

Per Texas HB 2211, hospitals are prohibited from restricting in-person visitation for a patient receiving care or treatment at the hospital during the COVID pandemic, unless certain exceptions apply. Our current visitation policy for non-COVID patients already complies with the new law, and modifications related to COVID patients will soon be in place (access restricted).

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