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    Marking milestones of employment--More than 2,200 honored at annual Employee Service Day event

    June 5, 2019, 19:34 PM by Stephen Hadley
    MORE THAN 1,600 UTMB EMPLOYEES WERE CELEBRATED for reaching important milestones in their careers during the annual Employee Service Day ceremony in late May.
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    Hidden Talent: Geoff Fish

    June 4, 2019, 15:32 PM by Jessica Wyble
    For Geoff Fish, medical laboratory scientist with UTMB’s Department of Microbiology and Immunology, playing guitar has been a passion and a pastime for more than 40 years.
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    Five common myths about vaccines

    June 3, 2019, 15:47 PM by Drs. Megan Berman and Richard Rupp
    Learn about some of the common myths about vaccines from two of UTMB's experts.
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    UTMB Trivia-June

    June 1, 2019, 09:19 AM by Stephen Hadley
    The annual Employee Service Day ceremony on May 22 paid tribute to employees who have marked milestones of service at UTMB, including six people who were celebrating more than 40 years at the institution.
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    From the President

    May 29, 2019, 22:00 PM by Dr. David L. Callender
    April marks the 50th anniversary of what is now known as the UTMB Health Angleton Danbury Campus. Opened in 1969 as the Angleton Danbury General Hospital by the Angleton Danbury Hospital District, the campus has served the health needs of the surrounding area for decades.
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    A day in the life of the Auxiliary of Angleton Danbury

    May 28, 2019, 12:59 PM by Shannon Porter
    Sara McDaniel smiles as she looks up from the stack of papers she’s busily preparing for patients. Every Wednesday morning, she’s the first person a patient sees as they enter the Angleton Danbury Campus Hospital.
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    Working Wonders - April/May 2019

    May 10, 2019, 13:29 PM by Impact team
    Sonya Schiwart, a care coordinator in UTMB Health’s Care Management department, and Lisa Moore, a social worker on the Galveston Campus, were recently recognized by UTMB President Dr. David Callender with President’s Way To Go Awards for helping to reunite an oncology patient with his mother in Georgia whom he had not seen in more than two decades. The recognition marked the second time that Moore has received a WTGA from President Callender. She was previously honored in July 2017.
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    Opening the Clear Lake Campus Hospital—A five-month journey

    May 9, 2019, 11:10 AM by Jessica Wyble
    Five months after officially announcing it had signed a 15-year agreement to lease the facility formerly known as Bay Area Regional Medical Center, UTMB opened its new Clear Lake Campus Hospital on March 30.
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    Best Care in Action

    May 8, 2019, 11:10 AM by Stephen Hadley
    Whether working on the front lines in patient care or in another role at UTMB, everyone contributes to Best Care. Here are a few examples of employees in different roles who are demonstrating Best Care.
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    UTMB develops drug to rejuvenate muscles

    May 7, 2019, 11:10 AM by Donna Ramirez
    UTMB researchers have developed a promising drug that significantly increases muscle size, strength and metabolism in aged mice.
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    Making a Match

    May 5, 2019, 11:10 AM by Shannon Porter
    Every year, on the third Friday in March, Match Day reveals to graduating medical students where they will fulfill residency training for their chosen specialty. UTMB students gathered with family and friends on March 15 to learn the next step of their long journey toward a career in medicine.
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    Modernizing document management and workflows at UTMB

    May 4, 2019, 11:10 AM by Stephen Hadley
    In an effort to modernize its content management and business processes across the institution, UTMB is replacing iSpace with two applications that are a part of Microsoft’s Office 365 Suite.
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    Hidden Talent: Jill Sanchez

    May 3, 2019, 15:32 PM by Stephen Hadley
    Jill Sanchez says she was immediately hooked on POP Pilates, a derivative of the popular exercise regimen that is choreographed to music and feels like a dance on a mat, because of the seamless transitions between exercises.
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    Five tips to combat allergy season

    May 2, 2019, 15:47 PM by By Dr. William J. Calhoun
    The warmer days of spring are here and with the associated outdoor activities such as barbecues, festivals and sporting events comes a wave of allergies that can spoil a great day.
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    UTMB Trivia-April

    May 1, 2019, 09:19 AM by Stephen Hadley
    Today, the women’s unit at the Angleton Danbury Campus Hospital bears the name of the couple who made the single largest donation in the history of the Auxiliary of Angleton Danbury.
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    From the President

    March 31, 2019, 22:00 PM by Dr. David L. Callender
    With the arrival of spring comes a time of tremendous activity for UTMB—opening a new hospital, moving some of our clinics to improve access and continuing expansion and renovation work in League City and Galveston. Please stay tuned in this and future issues of Impact to learn more about these projects, which are so important for the long-term success of our mission.
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    A day in the life of an Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Specialist

    March 30, 2019, 12:59 PM by Jessica Wyble
    Diane Ugartechea is an occupational therapist at the League City Campus where she helps patients recover and heal in both the hospital and rehabilitation gym setting.
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    Working Wonders - March 2019

    March 29, 2019, 11:10 AM by Impact team
    School of Medicine students present an illustration of “Old Red” to State Rep. Mayes Middleton, R-Wallisville. UTMB students visited the Texas Legislature in early March as part of the Texas Medical Association’s First Tuesdays at the Capitol event. According to the TMA, the March 5 event gave physicians in training a chance to meet with legislators to discuss issues related to medicine and the future of practicing in the state.
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    Best Care part of culture within CMC

    March 14, 2019, 20:15 PM by Stephen Hadley
    Favour Onwukwe, a nurse in a Hospital Galveston facility known as 7A, is just one of the 3,000 CMC employees who provides constitutionally mandated levels of care to more than two-thirds of the state’s incarcerated offenders.
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    Scientists gain new insight on triggers for pre-term birth

    March 13, 2019, 11:10 AM by Donna Ramirez
    Scientists have gained new insight on a poorly understood key player in the timing of labor and delivery, bringing researchers closer to being able to prevent pre-term births.