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Our new hospital will forge a future in which no patient will ever have to leave San Antonio to receive the most advanced specialty care.

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San Antonio is the 7th largest city in the U.S., increasing by 2,000 residents per month. Our highly diverse population faces a disproportionate prevalence of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and other complex diseases.

We have an aging population that is increasing demand for specialty care in cancer, neurology, orthopaedics, thoracic surgery and more, and there is a growing need for enhanced access to leading-edge clinical trials in San Antonio. Cancer cases are projected to increase by an astonishing 34% over the next 10 years.

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Our vision is to create a research and specialty hospital that provides tomorrow’s care today, for the most complex patients, by translating our discoveries into effective new precision therapies for diseases affecting our community, and by training the next generation of superb health care providers for our region and beyond.

From leading-edge clinical trials, to complex, inpatient specialty care, we will offer the best and newest technologies and a “healing advantage” that blends excellence and compassion only possible at our UT Health San Antonio Multispecialty and Research Hospital — where precision health care is delivered and patients will always come first

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Your Opportunity to Make A Gift

UT Health San Antonio is embarking on an exciting new chapter in health care that will combine world-renowned research, innovation, and precision medicine for the health of South Texas.

The new UT Health San Antonio Multispecialty and Research Hospital will be a “cornerstone” for care in San Antonio, this region and beyond, with focused expertise in cancer, neurology, ENT, urology, orthopaedics, spine, thoracic surgery, and bariatrics.

We will provide proactive, personalized medicine from expert health care teams offering access to the very latest and most advanced therapies, including new drugs and treatment options for cancer and other complex diseases.

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Leading the Way with Community Support

UT Health San Antonio gratefully acknowledges our early leadership gifts:

  • Curt and Lorraine Anastasio
  • J.M.R. Barker Foundation
  • Louise and Michael Beldon
  • Ann Biggs
  • Phyllis and Jamie Browning
  • Charlie and Nancy Cheever
  • Barbara and Alan Dreeben
  • Kelley and Pat Frost
  • Frost Bank Charitable Foundation
  • Pat and Tom Frost Foundation
  • John and Linda Graham
  • H-E-B
  • Mary and Bill Henrich
  • Ronald and Karen Herrmann – 
Herrmann-Zeller Charitable Foundation

  • Holt Family Foundation
  • Nancy and Ed Kelley
  • Margie and Bill Klesse
  • Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long – The Long Foundation
  • McCombs Foundation
  • Dana and Gene Powell
  • SA Cancer Council
  • San Antonio Cancer Foundation
  • San Antonio Medical Foundation
  • Paula and Herb Stumberg
  • The Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Fund
  • Ed and Linda Whitacre
  • Mary A. Peterson Wyatt Charitable Trust
  • Karen Lee Zachry
  • David Zachry

Making Lives Better

4.9 Million

people served in the 38 counties of our South Texas region

2 Million

outpatient visits annually in our UT Health Physicians medical practice

$300 Million

annual research targeting breakthroughs and novel treatments


physicians caring for patients in our community and leading more medical research than any other entity in South Texas


groundbreaking discoveries in novel cancer therapies


greater risk of liver cancer, 46% greater risk of cervical cancer and 32% greater risk of pediatric leukemia in our region