•  UT Health Hill Country is nominated in four categories in the Boerne Star’s Best of the Best competition! We’re committed to making our patients’ lives better by providing quality primary care close to home. Vote for UT Health Hill Country in the medical care, dermatology, physical therapy and write in categories to help us secure a top stop on the Best of the Best list! Ballots can be found inside each edition of The Boerne Star newspaper and at UT Health Hill Country. Submit your ballots by Thursday, June 13 at 12 p.m. 
  •  Congratulations to Susan Hilgers, Director of Clinic Information Systems for winning the FY23 Gold Shield Non-Clinical Award. 
  • Gold Shield Clinical Award 2023

     Congratulations to Leslie Villarreal, RN, Nurse Navigator at Mays Cancer Center for winning the FY23 Gold Shield Clinical Award. 
  • Gold Shield Team Award 2023

     Congratulations to the Infusion Center at Mays Cancer Center for winning the FY23 Gold Shield Team Award. The members recognized are: 
  •   More than 90 guests, composed heavily of local members of construction trades, visited an inaugural Construction Fair on May 8, co-hosted by UT Health San Antonio and UT San Antonio. The fair was conducted by the institutions’ supply chain management departments in support of their Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) programs. It brought contractors large […]
  •   James Bynum, PhD, professor and vice chair of research in the department of surgery at UT Health San Antonio and executive director of the Trauma Research and Combat Casualty Care Collaborative (TRC4), expressed support in partnership with researchers at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and The University of Texas at Tyler […]
  • The study of a novel oral vaccine that could protect against chlamydia infection has been awarded approximately $11 million in National Institutes of Health funding over five years through a cooperative agreements research project grant, known as a U01 grant. “We are excited about receiving the U01 award because it will enable us to move […]
  • MoTrPAC releases seven publications this month We all know that exercise is good for us, but figuring out the “why” and “how” of physical exercise’s effect on the body is the goal of a 10-year, multi-million dollar project through the National Institutes of Health called the Molecular Transducers of Physical Activity Consortium, (MoTrPAC). A study […]
  • A new café on the first floor of the School of Public Health Building recently opened, offering breakfast tacos and classics like pancakes and oatmeal as well as lunch favorites like burgers, sandwiches, salads, wraps and more. Rocio’s Café is located at 8403 Floyd Curl Drive on the Greehey Academic and Research campus and is open […]
  • Contact: Steven Lee, (210) 450-3823, lees22@uthscsa.edu Content by Claire Kowalick SAN ANTONIO, May 9, 2024 – The study of a novel oral vaccine that could protect against chlamydia infection has been awarded approximately $11 million in National Institutes of Health funding over five years through a cooperative agreements research project grant, known as a U01 […]