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Travis County family airlifted to University Health after carbon monoxide poisoning
February 03, 2023
A family from Travis County were airlifted to University Health for treatment yesterday after suffe…
University Health revises hours of operation during inclement weather
January 31, 2023
University Health is monitoring National Weather Service reports of the winter weather warning. Whi…
University Health doctor leading first-of-a-kind U.S. training for treating enlarged prostate patients
January 27, 2023
Dr. Ahmed M. Mansour, a urologist at University Health and UT Health San Antonio, will lead the fir…
Dr Ralph A. DeFronzo receives The Prince Mahidol 2022 Award in Medicine
January 26, 2023
Dr. Ralph A. DeFronzo receives The Prince Mahidol 2022 Award in Medicine for his contributions to t…
NICU Patient
Mother visits University Hospital NICU where son’s life was saved 5 years ago | KSAT
Science-backed Family Nurture Care Program at University Hospital is one of only two in the nation. The program works with moms and dads who have babies in the NICU to help them bond with their infants. Research shows that these sensory activities increase brain activity and early brain development in preterm infants and decrease depression and anxiety in both moms and babies.
There’s no place like Hospital at Home
In one of the few silver linings of the COVID-19 pandemic, some patients are now able to choose hospital-level care in the comfort of their homes through a new program offered by University Health: Hospital at Home.
Former COVID-19 Patients Battling Neurological Problems
Covid long-haulers often experience neurological problems weeks or months after recovering from the initial virus.
COVID-19 Update: Does COVID cause diabetes?
Dr. Carolina Solis-Herrera, endocrinologist with University Health’s Texas Diabetes Institute and division chief of endocrinology at UT Health San Antonio, describes what we are learning about COVID-19 and diabetes, in English and Spanish.