Standards of Behavior

Hospital employees must acknowledge and understand the hospital's Standard of Behaviors. To see the full Standards of Behavior, click here.


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Important Information for Applicants:

Scholarship applications are due by June 1st for the fall semester and September 1st for the spring semester.

This scholarship application will be reviewed by the UMH Auxiliary under the jurisdiction of the Scholarship Committee. Please complete the application in its entirety.  Incomplete applications will not be accepted. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Applicant must be a current resident from or living in Uvalde, Real, Edwards, Kinney, or Zavala County
  • Applicant must be in the 2nd year of an RN program or have been accepted to an LVN program
  • If chosen as a scholarship recipient, Applicants are highly encouraged to pursue and/or continue full-time employment at Uvalde Memorial Hospital for a minimum of one year.
  • Applicant must not have been awarded the UMH Scholarship previously for the same degree (LVN can apply for RN, but RN recipient cannot reapply for another semester of RN).

The following items must be received with your application when you submit online or by mail:

1. Completed application form 

2. A recent photo

3. Proof of enrollment in 2nd year RN program or acceptance to LVN program

4. An essay of at least 100 words expressing why you would like to receive this scholarship and your plans for your future as a nurse

5. Two letters of recommendation – one from a business person and one from an interested person outside of your immediate family

Mailed applications may be submitted to the following contacts:

Sherley Wentz
UMH Auxiliary Scholarship Committee Chair                                       
1025 Garner Field Road
Uvalde, Texas 78801
Human Resources Department
Attn: Charla Garcia
1025 Garner Field Road
Uvalde, Texas 78801

Submitting Your Application

Submit your application by mailing in a completed application and all documents listed above. If completing your application online, please make sure documents listed above are received by the scholarship committee as well. 

Your application will not be reviewed if it is not complete.

Printable Application - Click Here


Full-time employees enjoy the following benefits:

  • Retirement Plan – Mass Mutual
  • Continued Education Reimbursement
  • Health Insurance
  • Dependent Care Reimbursement
  • Dental Insurance
  • Medical Reimbursement
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Prescription Drug Insurance
  • Extended Sick Leave (ESL)
  • Supplemental Insurance
  • FirstChoice Membership Card
  • Short -term disability
  • Discounts on Hospital Services



Our volunteers are vital to the mission of Uvalde Memorial Hospital and through their generous and tireless efforts the care provided to our patients and community is greatly enriched. 

Uvalde Memorial has the following opportunities: 

UMH Auxiliary 

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The hospital Auxiliary team plays a critical role in the day to day success and operation of the hospital. This dedicated group of individuals oversee the gift shop, the information desk, and serve as greeters in the Social Services department. In addition, they have a beautification committee that plants flowers in the courtyard and assist with decorating the hospital for holidays. Through the hosting of various fund raisers throughout the year, the Auxiliary offers an annual nursing scholarship and makes generous donations to the hospital for various projects and equipment needs.

For more information, please contact Beth Sanders, Volunteer Coordinator at (830) 278-6251 ext. 1358.

UMH Hospice 

This group of volunteers serve a special role for our patients who are in hospice care. The volunteer may sit with a patient while their caregiver runs errands or simply visit the patient to talk, play cards, and provide companionship. In this way, the volunteer is there to help bring comfort and support to the patient and family. Hospice volunteers also deliver flowers to patients’ homes every week. Clerical opportunities at the Hospice office is also greatly appreciated. 


Opportunities for students include, obtaining service hours, completing intern or externships, and/or observing in a specific area of the hospital to help determine a future career path. Clinical and nonclinical departments are available for volunteer opportunities.   Volunteers must be over the age of 17 or have parent/guardian permission. 

Junior Volunteers

The volunteer program of Uvalde Memorial Hospital has been designed to enhance the comfort, care and happiness of our patients, families, visitors and community by providing extra services that supplement the functions of the employed staff.   Participants in the Junior Volunteer program must be at least 16 years of age and able to commit to at least 40 hours over the summer term. 

Interested participants may apply by downloading the Junior Volunteer application and submitting to the Human Resources office.

Interested in learning more? 

Complete the information below and someone will contact you. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Uvalde Living

Uvalde Living Img.jpgSituated at the base of the Hill Country, Uvalde is considered the "best kept secret in the West." It is the honey capital of the world, which means our Southern charm comes naturally. Also known as the "tree city," it is one of the few places you will find hundred year old trees growing in the middle of the roads. Spectacular spring flowers and amazing autumn colors are the backdrop to all out adventures. We host tourists year-round with a variety of summer activities and dove, deer, and turkey hunting in the fall. A short commute to San Antonio yeilds world-class shopping and dining. After a day of cosmopolitian adventure, return home to rural America where running home for lunch every day and raising a family in a small town atmosphere is completely feasible. Uvalde is proud to be home to former Texas Governor Dolph Briscoe and former United States Vice-President John Nance Garner. Rich in history but always looking to the future, the community of Uvalde constantly strives to remain economically strong. Nestled in the subtle Texas Hill Country, it is small town hospitality at its finest.


Anesthesia services are provided through EmCare, the nations leading anesthesia services company. To learn more about EmCare visit their website at or click here.

For anesthesia employment inquiries, please contact:

Adam Apolinar, RN, BSN, MA
Hospital Administrator/CEO
(830) 278- 6251 ext. 1131

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