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New UTMB Clear Lake Campus to Open in 2019


UTMB Clear Lake Campus


In October, UTMB signed the lease on the former Bay Area Regional Medical Center in Webster and teams have been working hard to get the new campus ready to open in early 2019.

This new facility will provide 200 inpatient beds and will increase the university's bed capacity on the mainland as the League City's Hospital's new south tower is scheduled to be completed in 2020.

The Clear Lake Campus will provide primary care services and emergency room services but will also feature cardiac care and comprehensive women's services and pediatric care.





Help Preserve a Piece of UTMB History

Alumni, faculty, staff and the community are invited to participate in the Adopt-A-Specimen Initiative to help UTMB preserve a unique collection by adopting a specimen to ensure its enduring value.

More than 1,900 specimens were crucial tools for medical training generations ago.  These unique wet, dry and wax specimens date back to the late nineteenth century and are in danger of deterioration if not carefully maintained.

This initiative is an opportunity to support the care of these collections to include environmental monitoring, conservation, and purchase of preservation supplies.  These specimens, along with the vast medical memorabilia collections, will form the nucleus of the future medical museum at Old Red.

Lead gifts have already been made by members of the Old Red Medical Museum Task Force and the Friends of Old Red.

An engraved plaque commemorating the donor's adoption will be attached to each specimen container.  




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