Active shooter event training available

May 31, 2022

UT Police is hosting a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events presentation 2-3 p.m. June 8 via Microsoft Teams. The session will provide basic concepts and principles for surviving an active shooter event. It also will include the history and prevalence of active shooter events, civilian responses and common medical issues. Active shooter training has […]


Parking adjustments announced for Greehey Campus

May 27, 2022

UT Health San Antonio is on a rapid growth trajectory that will result in the construction of seven new structures on the Greehey Academic and Research Campus. Among them is the UT Health San Antonio Multispecialty and Research Hospital, a six-story employee parking garage and a building dedicated to brain health and research. During construction, […]

Aerial shot of Greehey Campus


We stand together in this time of tragedy

May 25, 2022

Dear colleagues: Any words would invariably be inadequate in expressing the profound sadness and helplessness that we feel for the tragic loss of life in Uvalde yesterday.  In the wake of this horror, there is no possibility of comprehending the loss, the void that weighs down our hearts in grief. We grieve with the families […]



Women’s Health Month offers many UT Health San Antonio provider options

May 20, 2022

May is Women’s Health Month, a reminder for women to make time for important medical exams and to bring any concerns to the attention of their health provider. Women who work, go to school or receive training at UT Health San Antonio have many choices for managing their health through UT Health San Antonio providers. […]


Connective Tissue journal brings creative reflection for students and employees

May 19, 2022

Connective Tissue, UT Health San Antonio’s student-run literature and arts journal, published its 2022 issue on May 18. The journal has showcased the artistic talents of students, staff and faculty for 14 years, and serves as a much-needed creative outlet for students and providers to process their unique, often difficult experiences in health care.