To ensure that patients are satisfied with their clinic visit, UNT Health has launched the WOW— or What Others Want — program. WOW puts the needs of patients first and helps staff members enhance their customer service skills and recognize their peers for jobs well done.
The Dec. 14 edition of the Star-Telegram features an article on Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine student outreach at the Fort Worth Day Resource Center for the Homeless. Reporter Alex Branch talked with TCOM students Christian Dean, Amir Barzin and Ghazeleh Moayedi about their commitment to giving back to the people of Tarrant County.
More than 40,000 medical professionals across Texas were asked to nominate doctors based on the question, “If you needed medical care, which doctor would you choose?” The list appears in the December 2009 issue of Texas Monthly magazine. See which UNT physicians are Texas Super Doctors.
At the UNT Health Science Center’s annual Employee Appreciation Day in August, faculty and staff told us why they are proud to be a part of UNTHSC. Here are more of their responses.
The “medical home” isn’t a new concept, but it’s getting more attention with the recent push for national health care reform. In his latest Fort Worth Business Press column, UNTHSC President Scott Ransom explores the benefits of the medical home.
When the weather turns to snow and ice, check these sources to find out if the UNT Health Science Center will be closed.