EDINBURG, Texas – DHR Health and Texas A&M Health are going to make a big announcement next week regarding an expanded collaboration in the areas of clinical research and graduate medical education.

The announcement will be made at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance on March 29, starting at 10 a.m.

First details were unveiled by Dr. Jeffrey Skubic, MD, a specialist in critical care medicine at DHR. At a luncheon hosted by DHR to celebrate trauma survivors, Skublic said:

“What kind of things are to come down the road? Well, there’s a lot more. This is only the beginning. Pretty soon you’re going to see DHR continue to expand on its research capabilities and its medical student as well as graduate medical education capabilities. There’s going to be a big announcement next week, actually. So stay tuned for that.”

Later, March Martinez, director of Public Media Relations & Corporate Communications for DHR, handed out a flyer to reporters at the trauma event. The flyer confirmed that DHR and Texas A&M Health will be represented at the March 29 news conference. Here is the flyer:

Here is an audio recording of Dr. Skubic’s presentation at the trauma survivors luncheon:


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