March 23, 2015 Sealy & Smith gift of $75 million will help renovate John Sealy HospitalThe improvements will include the reconfiguration of floors three through seven to provide women’s and children’s services. more » A day in the life of a social workerWhen you hear the word social worker what comes to mind? Do you envision a government employee who makes visits to people’s homes who are in... more » Perfect ending for Match Day coupleMatch Day 2015 had a perfect ending for UTMB medical students Tiffany Jones and Lahnden Onger more » Match Day 2015 Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you! Shining StarsDr. Kevin Merkley has been appointed interim chairman of UTMB’s Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. more » A Look BackA highlight of Impact's 30-plus years of publication more » UTMB faculty to speak at Medical World Americas Conference; discounted registration availableHealth care professionals will come together to explore important clinical and research breakthroughs more » EAC represents employees at UT System levelThe EAC meets three times a year to discuss issues of interest to the more than 71,000 employees more » Angleton Danbury Campus team members provide screenings, health tips at community wellness fairUTMB staff provided height and weight measurements, as well as information on diet and exercise. more » Spotlight on Dr. Selwyn Rogers, vice president and chief medical officerNow that he’s been on the job for three months, we caught up with Dr. Rogers to ask about his life inside and outside of work. more » Community-Based Clinics earn highest level of national recognition for patient-centered careFive of UTMB’s primary care clinics were recently recognized for having the highest level of patient-centered care. more » Certified Nurses Day UTMB’s 650 certified nurses were celebrated for their professionalism and commitment to excellence in patient care more » ‘The Big Picture’ project makes big impact on UTMB’s youngest patients“Every little act contributes to the Big Picture, no matter what obstacles you have to face.” – Shanika Silva more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to email@example.com. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you!