<p>The Labor and Delivery unit in John Sealy Hospital on the Galveston campus is conducting tours of its newly-refurbished birthing suites at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the first and third Sundays of the month. The 30-minute tours give expectant parents an opportunity to see the spacious birthing suites and mother/baby rooms that offer a family-centered birth experience.</p> <p>For more information, visit https://utmb.us/1yk.</p> <p>Tours also are available on the League City and Angleton Danbury campuses. For information, visit https://utmb.us/1yl. To schedule birthing suite tours at Angleton Danbury, call 979-848-9180 or visit https://utmb.us/1ym for more information.</p> <p><strong>Rogers named medical student of the year</strong></p> <p>Hayley Rogers, a School of Medicine student, has received the Texas Medical Association Medical Student Section Student of the Year Award at TMA&rsquo;s annual conference. Rogers was recognized as an outstanding student member who excels in furthering the section&rsquo;s goals and policies to improve Texas&rsquo; health care system.</p> <p>Among her accomplishments, she has written several diversity-related policies that the American Medical Association has adopted, serves as Region 3 alternate delegate to the AMA, serves on state and national committees, and has presented on LGBTQ+ health care at AMA meetings.</p> <p><strong>That&rsquo;s a lot of laundry</strong></p> <p>The University of Texas Medical Branch&rsquo;s Laundry Department is responsible for ensuring medical branch campuses and clinics have clean and adequate supplies of various hospital linens at all times. Last year alone, the department sorted and delivered 3.4 million pounds of medical linens, including scrubs, patient gowns and bedding.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>