UNT Health Science Center will take a lead role in identifying and discussing the ethical implications that emerge as a result of the rapidly changing health care delivery system, President Michael R. Williams, DO, said Saturday.
Which health care profession will help make sure the millions of patients newly insured under the Affordable Care Act are treated?
Interim President Michael Williams presented awards on April 22 to 28 faculty members in recognition of their contributions to our education, research and clinical care efforts.
UNTHSC student representatives for the Texas Academy of Physician Assistants (TAPA) and their classmates hosted a book drive during Physician Assistants Week, held October 6-12, for a program called “Reach Out and Read.”
Wellness, adolescent sexual health, gestational diabetes, premature birth prevention — these topics and more are all on deck starting Thursday, Nov. 15, at the three-day 24th annual Pelham P. Staples Jr., MD, Educational Symposium, located at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel (near the ballpark).
Finding health care in rural Texas can be like trying to find an Android in an Apple Store. Ten years ago Texas had more than 600 hospitals; now it has just more than 300, with rural areas taking the hardest hits.
The house at 3632 Modlin Ave., on the campus edge, is a neat little red brick cottage. Inside, it’s cozy: fluffy quilts on beds, pastel colors on walls. You’d never guess it’s a sleep clinic.
UNT Health has honored three staff members with the “What Others Want” (WOW) service excellence award: Janice Misner, Darlene Williams and Albert Yurvati, DO.
The opening of a physical therapy clinic at UNT Health’s Alliance office brings unique services to the area.
Marianne Beard, DO, PhD (TCOM ’85) is a doctor unlike any you’ve met. Before starting medical school, she was a Fulbright physics scholar and a nun who taught school in Africa.