As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact UT Health San Antonio, we are implementing interim measures to help protect the health and safety of our community. This mandatory protocol applies to all UT Health San Antonio employees, trainees, independe …
UT Health San Antonio has implemented the recommended CDC guidelines for the workplace institution-wide including screening, masking and sanitation. The purpose of this CDC tool is to assist managers and leaders in making return-to-campus decisions to …
In order to protect our UT Health San Antonio community, we are taking the following steps related to visitors on campus. See document attached.
Starting May 19, the McDermott Clinical Science Building located on the Greehey Campus will be the screening location for employees/researchers assigned to the Research Administration Building and McDermott Clinical Science Building. Screeners will be …
Face masks are required at all times in all public spaces on campus. A growing number of people are leaving their work area or building without putting on a mask. UT Health San Antonio does not have enough personal protective equipment to re-issue mask …
Guide to Reopening San Antonio and Bexar County produced by the City of San Antonio and Bexar County.
Many faculty, staff and students who work in non-clinical areas are allowed to wear a cloth face mask. It’s important to understand how to wear and care for the mask. Instruction sheet can be found here.
Any UT Health San Antonio faculty, staff or student who has had a positive COVID 19 test is required to have a physical examination by a Wellness 360 healthcare provider or their primary healthcare provider before returning to work. Written documentati …
UT Health San Antonio understands the importance of protecting ALL our employees from COVID-19. We are currently providing a supply of masks to our admin/non-clinical employees who are required to be on campus. This includes all personnel who are requ …
For those in non-patient care settings, cloth masks are allowed. Here are requirements for wearing a cloth face mask, instructions for how to put on and safely take off a cloth mask, as well as cleaning recommendations for cloth masks.
View instructions for mask requirements, mask removal, and prevention.
4/1/20 | 10:30 am | UT Health San Antonio and University Health System among first in the nation to test an investigational drug for treating COVID-19
Physicians of UT Health San Antonio and University Health System are among the first in the nation to test an investigational drug for the treatment of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). TV coverage on KSAT 12 TV coverage on KENS 5 TV coverage on Fox 29 …
Dear Faculty, Staff, Students and Residents: As we end what was an extremely busy March and move into what we anticipate will be an even busier April, I, along with President Henrich, want to again assure you that your UT Health San Antonio leadership …
Dear Students, Please click on this link for up to date information regarding changes to the NCLEX exam: https://www.ncsbn.org/14428.htm The minimum number of questions is being decreased due to changes in the volume of graduates who can test at a loca …
Beginning Thur., March 26, all buildings across UT Health campus will have restricted entry locations and require badge access. All entrants must undergo a temperature check upon entry. View entry locations.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg Emergency Declaration
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff’s Executive Order
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- From the Chief Operating Officer: UT Health San Antonio COVID-19 update
- October 4, 2021 | Update on campus safety protocols
- September 23, 2021 | Non-essential travel suspended through Dec. 31
- August 23, 2021 | Everyone should wear masks on campus
- July 30, 2021 | Additional caution needed as COVID delta variant cases increase
- July 23, 2021 | COVID-19 testing is available
- July 20, 2021 | Announcement about the delta variant and masks
- 3/26/20 | Guidance regarding in-person, on-campus activities
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