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.
It’s All About Professional Growth & Making Connections
University Health wants our employees to succeed. That’s why we invest in our employees’ professional growth. Through our Coach program, you’ll find a supportive network of connections.
Learn how University Health helps you transition into your new role as a director or administrative professional, while introducing you to useful connections and networking opportunities.
The Coach program is for new or newly promoted directors who are matched with a seasoned University Health director. A blended, three-tiered approach is used for this structured, competency-based program:
- eLearning component
- Director orientation
- One-on-one coaching program
New director protégés will be guided through 17 competencies during their first 90 days of employment. The focus is on connections and compliance.
Coaches give tours and help the new employee establish a support network. In this structured, competency-based program, protégés are guided through seven competencies and 13 checklists during their first three to six months of employment.
Attendance at the Administrative Professional Council meetings with your mentor is required.