The number of medical residents and fellows in Travis County affiliated with Ascension Seton and Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin has more than doubled since 2015. This translates to 401 new doctors providing specialty care for Central Texas patients, including tens of thousands of uninsured and underinsured patients each year.
A newer-generation stroke drug is outperforming the standard clot buster at Ascension Seton hospitals in Central Texas. Dell Med neurologist Steven Warach, M.D., explains how tenecteplase saves both time and money when it comes to treating ischemic stroke.
For many, the COVID-19 pandemic spelled disaster. Dell Med teams partnered with community organizations and volunteers across Central Texas to reach those most vulnerable.
Researchers at the UT COVID Modeling Consortium and Dell Med found that a five-day delay between identifying a case and isolating contacts was the Achilles’ heel impeding early containment.
Jessica Chambers is transforming health care, one night shift at a time. Her aim is to make overnight medicine just as forward-thinking and full of opportunity as the daytime shift.
Justin Rousseau leverages both his medical expertise as a neurologist and training in biomedical informatics to support the many ways data can transform health — both in and out of the clinic.
Across the nation, jails often end up providing much-needed mental health care. A new collaboration between Dell Med and local partners aims to change that — with a focus on health equity.
Dell Med and Austin Community College to launch a new mental health pilot called the Amplify Center for young adults.
A partnership spanning Dell Med and dozens of partners across Central Texas aims to catch cancer diagnoses early — or, better yet, prevent them altogether.
UT Austin’s Department of Art and Art History partners with Dell Med’s Livestrong Cancer Institutes to document the experience of cancer care.
Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin has directly or indirectly attracted 415 new faculty physicians to Austin and Travis County since its launch in 2014. This news comes amid a rapidly growing population in Central Texas as well as an increasing doctor shortage in the region and across the state.