The UTMB-Galveston general ID consultation teaching service sees patients at two tertiary care teaching hospitals located on the main campus in Galveston. The Jennie Sealy Hospital is a 310-bed tertiary care hospital and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice hospital is a 172-bed tertiary care hospital that provides a complete range of inpatient services within the confines of a secured environment. These hospitals provide a uniquely diverse patient population and an ideal training environment. A faculty member, two ID fellows, Internal Medicine residents, and medical students are assigned to this service.
The UTMB-MD Anderson League City general ID consultation teaching service provides consultations at a 100-bed community teaching hospital for general ID and immunocompromised cancer patients, including bone marrow transplants. A faculty member, one ID fellow, an ID-trained physician assistant, and Internal Medicine residents are assigned to this service.
Ward Service, run by an ID faculty physician with Internal
Medicine residents and medical students, manages HIV pathologies and
complex infections (endocarditis, invasive fungal disease, prolonged
antimicrobial therapy) as a primary non-consult service.
The UTMB-Galveston Transplant ID Service provides consultation for our growing
solid organ transplant program. An ID faculty member and one ID fellow are
assigned to this service.
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
Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) Hospital
UTMB-MD Anderson League City Campus