Holly M Day, MD
Assistant Professor / Clinical
Dr. Holly Day is board certified in Internal Medicine, and practices as a Hospitalist at University Hospital. She earned her medical degree from the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio in 2015 and completed her internal medicine residency training at UTHSCSA in June 2018. During her residency training, she was a two-time recipient of the Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award. In September 2018, she joined the Long School of Medicine clinical faculty as a Clinical Assistant Professor, working with medical students and resident physicians during their hospital wards rotations.
- 2015 - MD - University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio
- 2018 - Internal Medicine Residency - University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
10/2016 -Winsett R.E., Day H.M., Anstead G. No Light At The End of The Tunnel… An Unfortunate Case of Varicella-Associated Progressive Outer Retinal Necrosis in a Patient with Neglected HIV Infection. ID Cases. Oct 2016; 6: 97-99.
2/2014 - Day, Holly. The First Lesson I Learned. Letters to a Clinical Student From the Class of 2015 (Special Publication – 12th Volume). The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio: Office of Student Affairs.
12/2011 - Day, Holly. The Future of Medicine. Medicine. Bexar County Medical Society. Dec 2011; 64(12).
- 2018 - American Board of Internal Medicine