Healthcare

UTRGV medical student David Goldblatt administers a vaccine injection under the supervision of Linda Nelson, senior director of Clinical Operations for the School of Medicine, during a 2016 visit to the Indian Hills colonia. (Photo by David Pike, UTRGV)

UTRGV SoM Awarded $3.75 Million to Help Underserved

Grant to develop three Area Health Education Centers The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine has received a $3.75 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration to help increase access to primary healthcare in rural and underserved areas. The grant, which will allocate $750,000 per year for five years, will develop three Area Health Education Centers. The AHECs…

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UTRGV Director Achieves Highest Certification

Aguilera certified in ambulatory care pharmacy Director of the UTRGV/UT Austin Cooperative Pharmacy Program Dr. Lydia López Aguilera has achieved board certification in ambulatory…

Valley Baptist Opens Geriatric Unit

Harlingen center addresses behavioral health Valley Baptist Medical Center-Harlingen now offers geriatric behavioral health services to older adults in the Rio Grande Valley. The…
Harlingen

STHS demos for new Edinburg ER

Satellite ER to provide convenient, emergent care South Texas Health…
Edinburg

Community Health Workers Ready for Work

First cohort of promotores graduate The first cohort of promotores, or…
Weslaco

Healthgrades recognizes STHS Women’s Services

Healthgrades recognizes with five-star awards McAllen Medical Center…
Edinburg