UT Health San Antonio celebrated a combined, all-school commencement May 21 at the Alamodome, honoring the dedication and hard work of over 1,000 graduates who will go on to serve society as physicians, nurses, dentists, scientists and health professionals.
Of the 109 School of Dentistry graduates participating in the May 21 UT Health San Antonio commencement, 12 had completed the International Dentist Education Program, which allows qualified graduates of foreign dental schools to earn a doctor of dental surgery degree.
In partnership with Altus Biologics, a new service at the Medical Arts and Research Center allows patients to receive medications for immune-mediated diseases like arthritis, lupus and multiple sclerosis under the direct care of their physician.
UT Health San Antonio is offering a five-part course to help Latino caregivers manage the high costs of caring for a loved one with dementia. Register now for the June 16-July 14 or the July 21-August 18 sessions.
The goal of Health Confianza is to increase the availability of, access to and use of health information and services to reduce health inequities among African American and Hispanic populations in San Antonio.
In this KENS 5 Medical Minute, Dr. Stefanie Seitz, with UT Health San Antonio Dentistry, explains how the latest technology in dentistry means a faster, more convenient and more comfortable patient experience.
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