SAN ANTONIO – It’s hard to believe there’s ever been a San Antonio without a South Texas medical center – no medical school and far fewer hospitals, research facilities or doctors’ offices, and agricultural fields instead of all these facilities and the residential areas and businesses that serve them.
Arguably even more difficult to assign an official anniversary to the medical center, since its major early components, such as the current Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio, Audie Hospital L. Murphy Memorial VA and The Methodist Hospital, grew slowly and separately.
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