Additional services are rendered at:
Galveston County's Coastal Health and Wellness Center: Obstetrics and Women's health under the supervision of Oyetokunbo Ibidapo-Obe, MD
The UTMB Angleton Danbury Campus: additional education.
Residents in our inpatient rotations care for patients on an
unopposed Family Medicine Inpatient Service at Jennie Sealy Hospital under the supervision of Medical Director, Quratulanne "Annie" Jan, MD
Jennie Sealy Hospital opened in April 2016 and serves, with John
Sealy Hospital, as the hub of the UTMB Health System inpatient care
complex in Galveston. The $438 million facility features 310 patient
rooms, including 60 dedicated ICU beds, a 28-bed day surgery unit and 20
state-of-the-art operating suites. It also connects to UTMB's the new
Clinical Services Wing, which contains the pharmacy, laboratory space,
support services (environmental services, materials management, linen)
and a kitchen and faculty/staff dining area.
Nearby inpatient facilities include John Sealy Hospital, John Sealy
Annex, Children's Hospital, Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Hospital, and the Shriner's Hospital for Children.
Residents will also have the opportunity to work in the university’s
nationally recognized Level I Trauma Center, one of only three Level I
Trauma Centers in the Houston/Galveston region. Patients in the UTMB
Health System hospital complex benefit from a variety of world-class
facilities, including such facilities as the Texas Transplant Center and the Blocker Burn Unit.
The University of Texas Medical Branch is a member of the 49-institution Texas Medical Center.