What’s new? The UNTHSC.edu website!

June 12, 2015

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Welcome! You’re reading this story on a redesigned and updated website, one designed specifically to make your online experience with UNT Health Science Center easier and more enjoyable.

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One of the first things you’ll notice about the site is its emphasis on story-telling. It is filled with stories that illustrate how UNTHSC and its team members are transforming the world by teaching the next generation of health care givers, pushing back the boundaries of medical discovery and improving the health of the communities they serve.

But the site offers much more:

  • It features mobile-friendly content across the site.
  • It offers new user-friendly content management software.
  • It includes enhanced search ability powered by Google.
  • It contains interactive and mobile-friendly maps.

Spend some time experiencing the new www.unthsc.edu site, and you’ll discover it is an exciting and impressive showcase for the work we do at UNTHSC every day.

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