When stroke strikes at age 27

When stroke strikes at age 27

Kellie Whitton was eating a late-night dinner with her sister Emily at a Fort Worth sushi restaurant when her right arm suddenly went numb. As a nurse with knowledge about disease symptoms and risk factors, the possibility of stroke was the furthest thing Read More

UT Southwestern celebrates its long-serving employees

UT Southwestern celebrates its long-serving employees

This special May 2016 edition of Center Times features employees who are marking 25, 30, 35, 40, and 45 years of service. We thank our longstanding employees for their dedication to our educational, research, and patient care missions. Read More

45 Years: Javier Garcia

45 Years: Javier Garcia

When Javier Garcia joined St. Paul University Hospital 45 years ago, he thought he’d be there for a couple of years and then move on. “I was 17 and my first job was restocking supplies for Central Sterile Supply, Surgery, and the Emergency Department, Read More

45 Years: Arlene Reeves

45 Years: Arlene Reeves

A Medical Technologist now serving at William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, Arlene Reeves has witnessed and also mastered tremendous changes over the 45 years she has worked at UT Southwestern. Read More

40 Years: Kenny Sham

40 Years: Kenny Sham

Early on, they called him “Mr. Valium” – but not because he’s a Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator in the Department of Pharmacy Services. Read More

40 Years: Janet Smith

40 Years: Janet Smith

Before coming to UT Southwestern to work, Janet Smith had a job that she calls “pretty elementary” – working with lunar orbiting and docking for NASA. Read More

35 years: A – M

35 years: A – M

Employees with last names of A through M who have dedicated 35 years of service to UT Southwestern. Read More