June 16, 2015 Extreme weather affects UTMB employees around the state Mother Nature wreaked havoc for several UTMB Correctional Managed Care (CMC) employees who live in the Huntsville and north Texas areas. more » CMC Administrator puts medical planning expertise to work in South KoreaFor the last four years, Kelly Coates has boarded a plane every spring to spend two weeks in South Korea. It’s not a vacation. more » Employee Access 2-Care program expands to include specialty servicesAccess 2-Care now includes specialty care services, guaranteeing employees an appointment within 14 days. more » Jennie Sealy Replacement Hospital Virtual Tour April 2015 The new Jennie Sealy Hospital reinforces the commitment of UTMB Health to provide the best possible care for our patients and the best environment for... 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! Shining StarsDept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology receives $2 million grant, UTMB physicians help perform more than 500 sports physicals in Friendswood, and more... more » A Look BackA Look Back is an Impact series featuring archived Impact articles from our 30-plus years in publication. The UTMB Print Shop has helped... more » UTMB nursing programs receive CCNE accreditationThree degree programs in UTMB's School of Nursing have been reaccredited for 10 years, the maximum time granted by the Commission on Collegiate... more » Spotlight on Jeremy Brynes, Health System Business DevelopmentWe caught up with Brynes to see how he balances his career with family life – he has three young children that keep him on his toes! more » Sterile Processing, core medical services staff find permanent home in Clinical Services WingAfter years of anticipation, George Sheffield, UTMB’s Sterile Processing Department’s program manager, and his 35 employees finally feel... more » Dr. Selwyn Rogers encourages men to take their health into their own handsWhen I moved to Galveston last year, I was overweight and out of shape. An annual visit to the doctor diagnosed me with hypertension and an abnormal... 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you!