College in Houston, TX
Students tell the story of the School of Health Professions in a recruiting video featuring Dean Elizabeth J. Protas. As one student observed, You're not just a student, you're part of a family. The video stresses the school's reputation for best quality education and the many job opportunities available to graduates in the various health professions. Established in 1968, the school was the 1st of its kind in the Southwest. The video was produced by SHP's Office of Academic and Student Affairs Click here to view it on YouTube.
read moreGALVESTON, Texas - The results of a study by researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch may pave the way for a new medicine delivery system that co. We are pleased to announce a new series of educational opportunities in the area of medical technology available for all University of Texas employees. As with all prior UTVHN programming, these courses are being offered free of charge. Working in health care is a virtuous endeavor, yet it can impose distress, burnout, compassion fatigue and other issues in our lives.
read moreFor more than 125 years, UTMB has stood with Texas-training the health care workforce; helping make the state a leader in advancing the understanding and treatment of illness and injury; serving as a major provider of health care for Texans and their families; and innovating the future of how care is delivered. UTMB opened in 1891 as the nation's first public medical school and hospital under unified leadership-already a pioneer. What began as one hospital and medical school building in Galveston is now a major academic health sciences center of global influence, with medical, nursing, health professions and graduate biomedical schools; a world-renowned research enterprise; and a growing, comprehensive health system with hospitals on four campuses and a network of clinics.
Education at UTMB
read moreEstablished in 1891 as the University of Texas Medical Department, UTMB has grown from one building, 23 students and 13 faculty members to a modern health science center with campuses in Galveston, League City and Angleton, more than 3,200 students and about 900 faculty. UTMB includes schools of Medicine, Nursing, Health Professions and Graduate Biomedical Sciences; three institutes for advanced study; a major medical library; a network of hospitals and clinics that provide a full range of primary and specialized medical care; and numerous research facilities.