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    UTMB Health Receives CHIME Digital Health ‘Most Wired’ Award

    The University of Texas Medical Branch received a “Most Wired Award” for 2023 in acute care and ambulatory surveys conducted by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), a professional organization focused on health care information technology, for UTMB’s use of technology to improve patient care.

  • In the photo, from left to right are: Chief John Ojeisekhoba (President of IACLEA) and UTMB Chief Ken Adcox, Sgt. Kristopher McGill, Dispatcher Alana Dickey, and Officer Travis Gonzalez.

    UTMB police honored with international awards

    The UTMB Police Department was honored recently by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators. In a ceremony held last month in Orlando, the department received two of the four international awards given.

  • Seven from UTMB on GCDN 40 Under 40 list

    The University of Texas Medical Branch had seven representatives among the 40 under 40 listing for 2023 in The Galveston County Daily News.

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    ASCP names Raymond to its 2023 ‘40 Under Forty’ list

    Dr. Caitlin Raymond, a resident physician at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, is one of the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s “40 Under Forty” professionals for 2023.

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    Accreditation for John Sealy School of Medicine to continue for 8 more years

    John Sealy School of Medicine has full accreditation for another eight years, University of Texas Medical Branch officials learned earlier this month. The Liaison Committee on Medical Education notified the school that it would continue full accreditation of the medical education program for an eight-year term.

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    UTMB camp emphasizes entrepreneurship

    Students from across Texas gathered in Galveston to attend the Innovation in Life Sciences Summer Camp to learn entrepreneurial solutions to healthcare and social problems.