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  • National Hospital Association Honors UTMB for COVID-19 Work

    America’s Essential Hospitals has recognized the University of Texas Medical Branch for its work to craft and continuously maintain a compendium of expert interpretive commentary regarding SARS-CoV-2 testing and a novel supporting technology that applies these comments and delivers them to physicians and patients.

Notification: Hazard Mitigation Grant

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has applied for and received funding through HUD’s CDBG-MIT grant program for the elevation of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment located in the Trauma Center and the John Sealy Hospital. This hazard mitigation project will ensure the identified critical equipment will be protected from extreme flood events. The document posted for public viewing contains the UTMB CDBG-MIT application and UTMB’s Citizen Participation, outlining how UTMB will ensure the public has access to the project being implemented. In addition, this document contains the established grievance procedures and identifies how an individual can file a complaint if they feel any of the required federal regulations are not being met.

 

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