Clear Channel Radio in Houston is proud to be chosen as the radio partner for the Radio Medical Minute and "Your Health with Dr. Galati". Clear Channel Houston Radio stations reach nearly two million Houstonians each week. Our stations reach men and women equally and the station''s demographics mirror the Houston market. For the Dr. Galati or Radio Medical Minute segments we customize a program to reach specific target audiences. Take a listen to the segments running now on KPRC, KODA, KTRH and KTBZ sponsored by LifeGift and St. Luke''s Texas Liver Institute. This campaign will reach over 7.5 million Houstonians 18 and older over the next nine months.

An association with Dr. Galati or Radio Medical Minute will allow a sponsor the opportunity to associate their product with one of the Nation''s top physician''s who is committed to educating the public about their health, and these segments will air on Houston''s top radio stations.

Additional sponsors for Dr. Galati or Radio Medical Minute are available. For more information regarding the various levels of sponsorship, e-mail us below and an account manager will contact you.


The Ralph H. and Ruth J. McCullough Foundation

The Ralph H. and Ruth J. McCullough Foundation proudly underwrite the Radio Medical Minute. Through James T. McCullough, who is a Trustee of the Foundation, generous support for the project is possible.

Ralph H. McCullough was born in St. Louis, MO, in 1907. He married his wife Ruth in Louisiana. Mr. And Mrs. McCullough settled in Houston, where Ralph worked as an accountant for his father''s accounting firm, J.W. McCullough Company. He later worked as an accountant for J.S Abercrombie, becoming a trusted confidant of Mr. Abercrombie, becoming intensely involved in the running of the J.S. Abercrombie Mineral Company as well as becoming corporate secretary of Cameron Iron Works, Inc.

When J.S. Abercrombie and Leopold Meyer became interested in creating a hospital for children in the Texas Medical Center, which subsequently became Texas Children''s Hospital, Ralph became very involved in the mechanics of bringing the hospital to reality. Ralph was also instrumental in the creation of St. Luke''s Episcopal Hospital through his close friendship with Bishop Clinton S. Quinn. Ralph McCullough served on the board of St. Luke''s for many years.

Before his death in 1984, Ralph created and funded the McCullough Foundation in 1981. After Ruth''s death in 1988, their entire estate was placed in the Ralph H. and Ruth J. McCullough Foundation. Today, the McCullough Foundation is an important supported of medical research and the arts here in Houston and throughout Texas.