• June 12, 2021

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University Medical Center celebrating 106 year of service to El

Exactly 106 years ago, on January 26, the hospital known today by the borderland as University Medical Center of El Paso, was born and hospital officials are sharing highlights of the last century plus of service. “Through the last century, UMC has healed many millions – yes, millions –  of El Pasoans, and continues to […]Read More

Panda Express donates KN 95 Respirators, single-use surgical masks to

As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting medical professionals on the frontlines of El Paso, Panda Express has donated 1,920 KN 95 Particulate Respirators and 18,000 Single-use Surgical Masks to El Paso Children’s Hospital and University Medical Center for protection when treating members of the community. “Supporting the healthcare community has always been a […]Read More

UTEP Nursing Clinical Instructor Recognized by University Medical Center

Mary Leon, clinical nursing instructor at The University of Texas at El Paso’s School of Nursing, was awarded University Medical Center’s (UMC) inaugural 2019 Faculty of the Year Award. During the fall 2019 semester, Leon supervised 40 UTEP students participating in the maternal/newborn care clinical rotation experience at UMC. This clinical experience provides students an […]Read More

UTEP Awarded $324k grant to expand Men’s Diabetes Program

The Diabetes Garage, a men’s diabetes management and self-care program, will offer men in Texas who have the disease the gift of health to last a lifetime. With support from a $324,800 grant, Jeannie Concha, Ph.D., assistant professor in UTEP’s Department of Public Health Sciences, will implement the program in El Paso and in two […]Read More

UMC Unveils New Mission, Vision Statements For El Paso

On Tuesday afternoon, officials with University Medical Center of El Paso unveiled their new mission and vision statements. According to officials, the changes are to “better describe the hospital’s purpose and direction for the future.” UMC’s new mission statement is: To heal, to serve and to educate. “Mission statements capture what an organization does,” said […]Read More

UMC Garners National Recognition From American College of Surgeons

University Medical Center of El Paso joins 83 other hospitals across the country recently recognized by the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP) as having achieved meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2017. As a participant in ACS NSQIP, UMC is required to track the outcomes of inpatient and […]Read More