Monthly Archives: September 2012

Did you miss the last Breakfast Club?

If you were unable to attend the last breakfast club meeting then you’re in luck! Visit the link here to see “Has Anyone Seen My Libido,” presented by Dr. Catherine Hansen as part of the UTMB Breakfast Club series. The … Continue reading

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The first World Sepsis Day-September 13

Sepsis is a toxic response to infection that kills 258,000 Americans each year. It is a medical emergency that requires early detection and treatment for survival. Learn more by viewing the sites below. » Sepsis Alliance Website » Sepsis: Emergency … Continue reading

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A Message from the Executive Vice President, Chief Executive Officer, UTMB Health System

I am pleased to announce that Blake Korndorffer, Director for Primary Care, Pediatric and Psychiatry Clinics in Ambulatory Operations, has agreed to assume the position of Clinical Operations Lead for the duration of the UTMB Connect Project. The UTMB Connect … Continue reading

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Ambulatory Orientation—September 11, 2012

Welcome our new UTMB Health employees! FRONT ROW: Lissette Ibanez, PSS 1, Gabriela Triana, PSS 1, both from Victory Lakes Town Center; BACK ROW: Benjamin Burdette, PSS 1, from Victory Lakes Specialty Care, Jessica Keefover, PSS 1, from Victory Lakes … Continue reading

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Community Champion Award

UTMB Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes was the recipient of the Community Champion Award for 2012 by the Bay Area Alliance for Youth and Families. Bonnie Broaddus Benkula, Associate Vice President for Service Line Operations and Ambulatory, attended the … Continue reading

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UTMB plans $82M Victory Lakes Expansion

Galveston County Daily News reporter Laura Elder recently spoke with Health System CEO Donna Sollenberger, and published an article Sept. 1 based on the interview and recent news from the UT System Board or Regents. An excerpt from the article is below; … Continue reading

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