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Toddler Experiences Second-Degree Burn, Goes Home Sooner with New Treatment

May 3, 2023

New treatment offered at the Regional Burn Center at UC San Diego Health uses an applied synthetic skin substitute to encourage skin growth on burn wound, giving some patients the opportunity to be discharged same-day.

$25 Million Gift to UC San Diego Establishes the McGrath Outpatient Pavilion

December 5, 2023

The San Diego-based McGrath Family Foundation has pledged $25 million to support the new outpatient pavilion at UC San Diego Health – Hillcrest Medical Campus, slated to open in 2025. In recognition of the gift, the facility will be named the McGrath Family Foundation Outpatient Pavilion.

Health Care Heroes: UC San Diego Nurses Pour Hearts into Caring for Patients with COVID-19

May 7, 2020

Health Care Heroes: UC San Diego Nurses Pour Hearts into Caring for Patients with COVID-19 Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, health care workers have worked around the clock to care for patients suffering from the effects of this new virus. Nurses, such as Stephanie Lichtwardt, have become like…

Gene Networks for Innate Immunity Linked to PTSD Risk

March 10, 2015

…markers, derived from blood samples that are linked to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The markers are associated with gene networks that regulate innate immune function and interferon signaling.

Ending the Pandemic Begins Now

December 17, 2020

…a nurse in the Emergency Department at UC San Diego Health, was the first team member to receive the COVID-19 vaccine—at 8:38 a.m. on Wednesday. Ending the Pandemic Begins Now A Statement by Patty Maysent, CEO, UC San Diego Health These are momentous days, though too often darkened by rising…

New Mobile Mental Health Crisis Team Launches at UC San Diego

April 6, 2023

A new Triton Compassionate Response team has been created to support students in an equitable way by validating what they are going through, empowering them to be involved in their healthcare decisions and offering a pathway to wellness.

White House Recognizes UC San Diego Senior Meghan Yap as a ‘Champion of Change’

April 14, 2016

Today, the White House will be honoring University of California San Diego student Meghan Yap, one of 10 students from across the country being recognized as an “It’s On Us White House Champion of Change.” The event is part of a series of campaigns happening around the country in recognition…

Daring to Ask the Unanswered Questions

February 27, 2023

Judy Davidson, DNP, RN, nurse scientist at UC San Diego Health, mentors other nurses with their research projects. Davidson’s passion for nurse research projects is evident with a new $1.5 million grant to study nurse suicide risk detection and prevention strategies.

UC San Diego Breaks Ground on Redevelopment of Hillcrest Medical Campus

November 4, 2021

…technology, increased capacity, expanded care offerings and other community services and amenities. Construction began this week on an approximately 10-acre site on the Hillcrest Campus. It marks the first phase of a multi-phase plan to redevelop the full medical campus. "The transformation of UC San Diego Medical Center in Hillcrest…

Don’t Know CPR? There’s an App for That, Thanks to UC San Diego Health Doctor

February 6, 2023

A free Rescue Me CPR! app was created by UC San Diego Health’s Mark Greenberg, MD, as a tool to help combat the surge of opioid overdoses. The app uses videos and simple instructions to walk anyone through all the necessary steps to perform basic life support in real time.

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