• Masked woman getting arm swabbed by doctor

    New bivalent COVID vaccine booster

    Available at select clinics on Sept. 13

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  • Boy in blue striped shirt having a bandage applied to arm

    Vaccines for Kids

    COVID-19 vaccines now approved for children 6 months to 5 years

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  • New Urgent care location

    Urgent Care

    New location in Webster now open with extended hours.

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  • IH-45 Ramp and Lane Closures

    Get updates on road construction and delays

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  • architectural drawing of John Sealy building

    UTMB Medical School Renamed John Sealy School of Medicine

    Watch Now: Ceremony Honoring The Sealy & Smith Foundation and Sealy Family

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    Houston Moms Blog

    Health & Wellness Tips from UTMB Health Experts

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    COVID-19

    Testing, vaccinations, treatment and information

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  • researchers collecting specimens

    Research

    Through innovation and discovery, we're carrying solutions to medical challenges from the research bench to the patient bedside. 

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    Education

    We've been educating and training the state and nation's  health care professionals for 130 years. 

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    Patient Care

    Expert care and excellent, caring providers stand ready to serve you, close to where you live and work.

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