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Archive for November, 2011
This year, the annual State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) has gone “grassroots,” led not by an individual, but by many. Times are tough, and the need is great. During this season of giving, will you join us, and share your good fortune with those in need? Please click here for a convenient and efficient way to make voluntary, tax-deductible contributions to charities through payroll deduction. Our campaign brochure lists about 300 charities that qualify under state guidelines, which ensures that your donation is tax deductible. See the agencies here.
Congratulations to our Advanced Imaging Services at Victory Lakes who recently received accreditation from the American College of Radiology in: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear Medicine, and Ultrasound. UTMB Health’s Advanced Imaging Center at Victory Lakes is a convenient, comprehensive, outpatient imaging facility with experienced radiologists and technologists. Our Imaging Center features State-of-the-art Equipment including our GE Dual Energy CT Scanner, which provides higher-definition images than other CT scanning equipment. UTMB Health is also home to a patient friendly MRI. This MRI scanners offer a wide opening that is much friendlier to patients who suffer from claustrophobia during MRI. UTMB Health has 5 imaging locations. Click here to find an imaging center near you. If you have questions or would like to contact our Advanced Imaging Services at Victory Lakes please call us at 832-505-1400.
Members of the Bay Area Alliance spent all day Saturday at the UTMB Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes, collecting old prescription medication from the general public. The group collected 462 pounds of medications, from 124 vehicles that came through. Specialty Care Center at Victory Lakes was honored to be Houston’s top collection site for the third time in a row!
If you did, you might have seen a few familar faces! UTMB members volunteered to help work the first aid booth and handed out the flyers at the event. The UTMB volunteers team included UTMB students, residents, faculty, as well as former residents, astronaut physicians, and employees from Ambulatory Clinics. Thank you to all those who volunteered!