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Gail Tomlinson, Letitia Thompson and Michaell Huber

Health professionals urged to endorse HPV vaccination

February 21, 2019
 

“I only wonder how my life would have been different if I’d had the HPV vaccination,” said Liz Kapeel, 27, a graduate of Texas State University who now works in Austin. The young woman was diagnosed with cervical cancer at age 25 and has received extensive treatment. She described her experiences at the “2019 HPV […]

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River parade tickets available

February 20, 2019
 

UT Health San Antonio will have a block of seats by the RiverCenter Mall/Marriott Hotel, with easy access to restaurants and mall restrooms.

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Substance use symposium set for March 1-2

February 20, 2019
 

The symposium represents a unique opportunity to bring together health care providers and community members to collaboratively identify substance use challenges and solutions.

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Easy, quick appointment scheduling for UT Health San Antonio employees, families

February 19, 2019
 

UT Health San Antonio employees, retirees and their dependents covered by the Blue Cross Blue Shield UT Select medical plan automatically receive UT Health Network benefits, including reserved appointment slots for quick scheduling and discounted co-pays at all of our primary care locations, including our newest location at the corner of Bandera and Old Prue […]

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US News & World Report: Housing program unites addicted moms, babies

February 14, 2019
 

Lisa Cleveland, Ph.D., RN, from our School of Nursing, was featured in this story about Casa Mia. Casa Mia is a SON program in collaboration with Crosspoint that provides transitional  housing for mothers and babies with substance use disorder. Read the story

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Faculty members take part in healthy mothers, babies conference

February 4, 2019
 

Dr. Page-Ramsey discussed the use of simulation at University Hospital to address common obstetric emergencies. Dr. Ramsey moderated several panels on aspects of maternal, fetal and newborn care.

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