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Robert B. Green historical building damaged by Wednesday's earthquake
November 17, 2022
Robert B. Green historical building damaged by Wednesday's earthquake
Veterans Day ceremony will honor military veterans including University Health physicians and staff
November 11, 2022
Veterans Day ceremony will honor military veterans including University Health physicians and staff
Diabetes education available from head to toe on World Diabetes Day
November 10, 2022
University Health and the San Antonio Food Bank team up for World Diabetes Day at the Texas Diabete…
University Health police unit goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October 04, 2022
University Health’s Protective Services team, a part of the Bexar County Hospital District Police D…
Dr. Grace Snyder examining Hector Rocha at the Laredo Clinic
Kidney transplant clinic reopens in Laredo | KGNS
KGNS-TV aired this story about the reopening of University Health Transplant Institute’s Laredo clinic on September 14. The medical team there helps kidney transplant patients with medical visits before and after surgery, saving them multiple trips to San Antonio.
There’s no place like Hospital at Home
In one of the few silver linings of the COVID-19 pandemic, some patients are now able to choose hospital-level care in the comfort of their homes through a new program offered by University Health: Hospital at Home.
Former COVID-19 Patients Battling Neurological Problems
Covid long-haulers often experience neurological problems weeks or months after recovering from the initial virus.
COVID-19 Update: Does COVID cause diabetes?
Dr. Carolina Solis-Herrera, endocrinologist with University Health’s Texas Diabetes Institute and division chief of endocrinology at UT Health San Antonio, describes what we are learning about COVID-19 and diabetes, in English and Spanish.