The General ID Consultation Service sees inpatients at two tertiary care teaching hospitals located in one campus in Galveston (Jennie Sealy and Texas Department of Criminal Justice). The patient population and pathologies seen are highly diverse. A faculty member, two fellows, Internal Medicine residents, and medical students are assigned to this service
The ID/HIV Ward Service, run by an ID faculty with Internal Medicine residents and medical students, manages complex infections (ie., endocarditis, invasive fungal disease, prolonged antimicrobial therapy) and HIV pathologies as a primary non-consult service.
The Transplant ID Service was developed to address the needs of our growing solid transplant program. Two additional services are being developed and will be implemented in the near future: UTMB-MD Anderson League City and UTMB-Clear Lake Webster. They will see general ID consultations and cancer immunocompromised hosts, including bone marrow transplants, at new community locations.
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 our physicians and nurses to care for patients in a setting that nurtures and enriches the learning experience for all of our trainees
Jennie Sealy Hospital heralds a new era in medical education and patient care at UTMB.
Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Hospital
UTMB-MD Anderson League City Campus