A new School of Public Health to serve the unique population of San Antonio and South Texas
The School of Public Health is connected to the research, academic and health care hub supporting its vital academic instruction and its focus of research activities directed toward community health problems. Its strategic location is advantageous in growing and maintaining relationships with all entities interested in public health. The School of Public Health is easily accessible as it is located near major highways including I-10, Loop 410 and is approximately a 15-minute drive to downtown.
The 63,778 square-foot Research Administrative Building (RAB), located on the Greehey Campus of UT Health San Antonio, offers upgraded space that can easily flex to the growing and changing needs of this new school. The building’s unique design, accentuated by the new renovations made throughout the building, can be customized for an ideal environment to train scientists, researchers and students who are dedicated to promoting and protecting the health of people and their communities. The multi-use, open floor plan that includes classrooms, lounge/open seating areas, faculty offices, conference rooms, study and research rooms can be adjusted as desired to maximize a collaborative culture and also meet the multidisciplinary needs of academic, research-intensive, and community-centric programming.
- Close proximity parking with less than a 3-minute walk
- On-site food and beverage service
- Access to additional classrooms, large lecture and event space at nearby McDermott Building, the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute, and the South Texas Research Facility
- Adjacent to large outpatient care settings to include the Medical Arts & Research Center (MARC) and the Center for Oral Health Care and Research (COHR).
- Free shuttle service to university campuses and buildings within the Med Center
- Exterior patio seating overlooking green spaces
- Walking distance to approximately 2.2 miles of beautiful nature trails through the South Texas Medical Center