Adult Health Programs
Blair Reeves Rehabilitation Fund
University Hospital's Reeves Rehabilitation Center has been one of the region's leading providers of comprehensive rehabilitation services since 1994. Your gift provides for special patient needs such as prosthetics and orthotic shoes, department equipment and renovation needs, and for the continuing education of medical professionals.
This fund supports the FFACTS Clinic, an outpatient HIV clinic, available to all individuals with HIV/AIDS. It also provides primary to specialized medical care, nutritional services to medication assistance and everything in between. Your donation supports clinic equipment, renovation and staff continuing education.
Texas Diabetes Institute Fund
The Texas Diabetes Institute is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive world-class diabetes centers addressing not just the disease, but also the life and lifestyle of the patient, the family and the community. Your financial support funds health education, treatment and research to prevent diabetes and its complications.
Think Pink Fund
The Think Pink Fund was created to provide financial assistance to women recovering from breast cancer. Funds help pay for incidental needs that are not covered by their insurance or provided by community programs like a wig, a hat, a prosthetic or a lymphedema sleeve. These simple items can have significant positive impact in a woman’s recovery from breast cancer treatments.
Transplant Endowment Fund
One of the most traumatic experiences a family can go through is a transplant. Aside from the medical issues, it greatly impacts daily life emotionally—and economically. This invaluable fund helps hundreds of University Health transplant patients, and their families, who have exceptional financial difficulties during the course of their treatment. Your generosity helps patients pay for basics such as gas, food, shelter, utilities, clothing, medications and transportation.
Transplant Center Fund
University Transplant Center at University Hospital, in partnership with the UT Health San Antonio, has been a pioneering force in organ transplantation since its inception in 1985. Donors contributing to this fund are making it possible for us to invest in the technology, resources, unit renovation and continuing education for our medical professionals that make ongoing kidney, liver and lung transplants possible.
This fund provides a lifeline to South Texas’ leading Level l trauma center and our emergency department located at University Hospital. In 2013, an average of 70,000 patients were treated and 4,340 were admitted due to their serious injuries. Your donation advances our mission of advancing trauma care that saves lives in our community and region by supporting the special needs of patients, investing and maintaining equipment and technology and providing continuing education for medical professionals.