Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ambulatory Clinics Halloween

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October is all about Pink!

Friday, October 26—Lee Denim Day We’re gearing up to wear jeans on October 26, 2012, in exchange for donating $5. If you would like to pay by cash or check, please give these donations to your practice manager to receive … Continue reading

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The Breakfast Club-November 6

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Ambulatory Orientation—October 9, 2012

Welcome our new UTMB Health employees! Tamila Williams, NCOA, from Victory Lakes Towncenter Opthalmology; Kristen Gray, NCOA, from Friendswood Opthalmology; Rachel Lizardo, Nurse Clinician I, from PCP Pediatrics; Rebecca Langley, Nurse Clinician III, from Women’s Specialty Care Galveston. Paula Olsen, … Continue reading

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October 2012 Switchboard for Ambulatory Nursing Service Posted

Please take a look at some articles of interest to healthcare personnel as well as upcoming Professional Development and Educational Offerings recently posted on the Nursing Councils Webpage of the Ambulatory Blog at: http://blogs.utmb.edu/ambulatorynews/nursing-councils/ Have a great day.

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Thanks Tanger!

Representatives from UTMB Health attended the Texas City Business Luncheon at the Doyle Convention Center featuring Tanger Outlet. Jim Roberts, director of new business development for Tanger Outlets, was the guest speaker.  In just two weeks, the Tanger Outlet center in Texas … Continue reading

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Stark Diabetes Center Retreat

Stark Diabetes Center held a retreat for all physicians and staff on September 22, 2012, at the Victory Lakes Town Center location. Other locations for the Stark Diabetes Center include the newly refurbished Primary Care Pavilion in Galveston, the Professional … Continue reading

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