Beam signing ceremony planned for new ambulatory care and surgical center to serve growing northwest Bexar County



Eileen Teves, 210-450-7239, [email protected]

Monica Taylor, 210-450-8970, [email protected]


WHAT: Leaders of UT Health Physicians, the UT Health San Antonio Clinical Practice, entrepreneurs and community supporters will gather for a special beam signing ceremony for the new UT Health Ambulatory and Surgical Center at Kyle Seale Parkway . This event marks the completion of the steel construction phase for the estimated $66 million project.

The five-story, 108,000 square foot community medical facility is located near the southeast corner of the 1604 Loop and Kyle Seale Drive. Scheduled to open in early 2024, the clinic will provide primary and specialist care, as well as outpatient surgery.

The current construction along the 1604 Loop is a sign of the enormous and rapid growth of Northwest Bexar County. The location of the center is an effort to accommodate growth and meet the region’s future health care needs.

At the ceremony, attendees will have the opportunity to leave their mark on the history of UT Health San Antonio by participating in a long tradition of signing the last structural beam, which will be installed and placed safely on the frame. of the building.

WHEN: Wednesday, November 16, 11 a.m.

WHERE: UT Health at Kyle Seale Parkway, 7946 North Loop 1604 West, San Antonio, TX 78249

WHO: Leaders of UT Health Physicians, the clinical practice of UT Health San Antonio, entrepreneurs and community supporters


For more information about UT Health San Antonio at Kyle Seale Parkway, visit to see a list of services and specialties, as well as renderings of the new center and a video of construction progress.

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