Monthly Archives: May 2013
Over the past six months, Ambulatory employees have been focused almost exclusively on the UTMB Connect project, in training, building templates, refining workflows, converting appointments, and finally the April 6, 2013 go-live. This focus has enabled the Health System to … Continue reading
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Lynda Cortese the Senior Practice Manger for the Stewart Road Family Medicine Clinic has retired from UTMB. We wish her well on her retirement and we hope Lynda is relaxing on a beach somewhere! Congratulations Lynda.
With the recent devastations in Moore, Oklahoma, some of our own employees at Texas City CBC Clinic took up donations for the Red Cross to help out our neighbors in Oklahoma. Way to go!
We welcome our new UTMB Health employees! Dwana De’Lynn Edison — Patient Access Specialist with the Access Center, Rhonda James — Medical Assistant at Bay Colony ENT, and Linda Garcia —Medical Assistant at Bay Colony Pediatrics. Clara Miller —MA with … Continue reading
Deb McGrew and I are pleased to announce that after a national search, Ann O’Connell has accepted the position of Vice President for Ambulatory Operations, effective July 15, 2013. Ann will come to UTMB for a week in June to … Continue reading
On Saturday, May 18th Ambulatory hosted a Community Health Fair followed by an afternoon of fun at our Annual Ambulatory Employee Picnic. It was a beautiful day! Thank you to all those who participated and helped. See pictures of the events … Continue reading
For hospital week, the nurses did a “circus” themed lunch for the PSS staff at Texas City Family. A great time was had by all!
Celebrating Nurses Week and Hospital Week together, as UTMB is doing this week, provides a great opportunity to thank our Ambulatory employees for their commitment and dedication to providing excellent patient care and continuing to work together to work wonders. … Continue reading
Alvin Pediatrics participated in Alvin’s Annual Frontier Day Parade which was held on April 27, 2013. The team at Alvin Pediatrics created a float that earned them ”Best Public Service” award. Frontier Day is a tradition in Alvin, and it is good family-style entertainment enjoyed by visitors … Continue reading