Hybrid ceremony marks Match Day 2021

March 29, 2021
 

As the topsy-turvy, excruciating time of the pandemic appears to be winding down, UT Health San Antonio and its Long School of Medicine inched toward normalcy March 19 with a hybrid Match Day ceremony, when graduating medical students learned the location of their residency training.



staff vehicle on campus in snow.

The police are healers, too.

February 25, 2021
 

One frigid night, UT Health San Antonio Police Department Officer John Langston rescued a resident physician whose car was stuck in the ice and snow on Floyd Curl Drive. The young doctor was frantically trying to get to work at University Hospital, and Officer Langston obliged, getting her safely to her hospital shift. Police dispatchers […]



Top physicians recognized by local magazine

January 14, 2021
 

UT Health San Antonio physicians dominated a list of 276 peer-nominated physicians published in the January-February issue of San Antonio Magazine. From allergists to vascular surgeons, UT Health San Antonio doctors are more than well represented.


Miss your vaccine appointment? Here’s how to reschedule

January 13, 2021
 

UT Health San Antonio has established an email for faculty, staff and students who missed their COVID-19 vaccine appointments or need to reschedule. The email is covid-19@uthscsa.edu.


Nursing student administers COVID vaccine

Thousands receive COVID vaccines, highest risk UT Health patients are next

January 4, 2021
 

UT Health San Antonio has handed out approximately 8,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine since the first injections began Dec. 15. 

Front-line health care workers, physicians, nurses and students who interact with possible COVID-19 patients received the first shots. The vaccines were made available to all UT Health San Antonio faculty, staff and students Dec. 28.




‘Hope in a vial’: COVID-19 vaccinations begin at UT Health San Antonio

December 16, 2020
 

UT Health San Antonio made history when the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine was administered to the university’s front-line health care workers, physicians, nurses and students.