Having missions of education, research and patient care is perhaps what best defines an academic health center. But our climb to the summit does not stop there.
For the U.S., 1968 was a year of moments that changed the world. In San Antonio, the year witnessed the dedication of one of the community’s most far-reaching prizes, The University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio.
Each of us has our own role to play, contributing through a prism of our personal assets to light our mutual paths. But what we all share in common—what binds us together—is the wish to serve others.
People. Passion. Promise. Those three words are behind everything we do at UT Health San Antonio.
Each day, we work to fulfill a promise—a promise to educate tomorrow’s healers, to search for answers, to always work to make lives better. That will never change.
The university and military join forces to better the lives of servicemen and servicewomen around the country.
Together, we are now on the offensive in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease.
Every day, more than 1,000 people are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. These are our mothers, sisters, fathers, brothers and spouses. They are scientists, artists, teachers and policymakers. As time goes on, even more of us will be affected, because the numbers are rising at a startling rate. Today, one in nine Americans aged 65 or […]
Those words are more than just our institutional tag line. They are the job description of everyone at our institution who, through transformational research, education, clinical care and community service, seeks to make a difference in the world. The cover story of this Mission illustrates that and honors our faculty and what they bring to […]
A decade ago we undertook the mission of raising millions of dollars to support the exceptional work we do here, from research and education to patient care and community service. We did not just meet our goal, we surpassed it. We made history. The importance of the work we do here is vital: changing lives, […]