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    Vaccines for Kids

    COVID-19 vaccines now approved for children 6 months to 5 years

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  • New Urgent care location

    Urgent Care

    New location in Webster now open with extended hours.

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  • IH-45 Ramp and Lane Closures

    Get updates on road construction and delays

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    UTMB Medical School Renamed John Sealy School of Medicine

    Watch Now: Ceremony Honoring The Sealy & Smith Foundation and Sealy Family

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    Houston Moms Blog

    Health & Wellness Tips from UTMB Health Experts

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    Testing, vaccinations, treatment and information

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    Through innovation and discovery, we're carrying solutions to medical challenges from the research bench to the patient bedside. 

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    We've been educating and training the state and nation's  health care professionals for 130 years. 

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    Patient Care

    Expert care and excellent, caring providers stand ready to serve you, close to where you live and work.

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  • UTMB Researchers Study COVID Outbreaks in Summer Camps

    Researchers at The University of Texas Medical Branch recently investigated a COVID-19 outbreak in an overnight camp in Texas to better understand transmission. The study revealed that the summer camp outbreak was most likely the result of a single introduction of the virus that spread throughout the camp, and then to the community.

Notification: Hazard Mitigation Grant

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has applied for and received funding through HUD’s CDBG-MIT grant program for the elevation of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing equipment located in the Trauma Center and the John Sealy Hospital. This hazard mitigation project will ensure the identified critical equipment will be protected from extreme flood events. The document posted for public viewing contains the UTMB CDBG-MIT application and UTMB’s Citizen Participation, outlining how UTMB will ensure the public has access to the project being implemented. In addition, this document contains the established grievance procedures and identifies how an individual can file a complaint if they feel any of the required federal regulations are not being met.

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