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  • Teaching kids how to "Walk This Way" on International Walk to School Day
    October 09, 2018

    Simple instructions on how to safely cross streets can save little lives Too many kids are hit by a car and injured or killed, and it’s vitally important to teach them simple walking and crossing skills to prevent such tragedies. On Wednesday morning, Safe Kids San Antonio, led by University Health System, along with program sponsor FedEx and several key community agencies and partners, will visit Sarah King Elementary School. They’ll teach kids how to be safe when walking to...

  • Shhhh: student who saved dad to get Whatasurprise
    September 21, 2018

    Living liver donor to be surprised with a year of Whataburger Bill Rogers’ health was headed in a downward spiral as he waited on the liver transplant list along with more than 13,000 others. So his son, Texas State University senior Matthew Hawkins, contacted University Transplant Center and offered himself as a living liver donor for his father. He turned out to be a match. One month ago today, Matt became San Antonio’s 16th living liver donor this year. A big concern for Matt...

  • A new tower for advanced women’s and children’s care moves forward
    August 21, 2018

    The Women’s and Children’s Tower at University Hospital has entered the design phase with selection of the team of MarmonMok | ZGF and completion of a master planning and feasibility study.