May26Pfizer or JJBeginning tomorrow, Thursday, May 27, University Health will offer a choice of free COVID-19 vaccinations on the lower level of our Wonderland vaccine center.
May24University Health awarded $1.7 million to fight liver cancerThe Cancer Prevention and Research Institute (CPRIT) last week awarded University Health $1.7 million to expand hepatitis C screening in the Rio Grande Valley and help get hep-C patients to care, as well as improve health literacy and increase outreach in the region.
May17Learn how to save the life of someone bleeding to deathMedia organizations will have the chance to educate their own staff and the public at a virtual training.
Paid Time Off (PTO) Program
Balancing Life, Work & Family
The challenge of balancing work, family, school and other personal responsibilities is different for each employee. Whatever your need, interest or responsibility, our approach to time off provides the flexibility to plan your work and personal life. Eligible University Health employees begin accruing PTO benefit hours in their own personal bank from the first day of work.
How PTO Works
Our PTO program allows each employee to accumulate and schedule time off according to individual needs. When an employee needs time off, time is drawn from their PTO bank.