Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine
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Created to Serve
We were created to boldly serve. For more than 40 years, this mission has not wavered. Our purpose is to treat those among us with the greatest need, and in areas often forgotten by others. We’re challenging age-old beliefs about how medicine is delivered, where it’s delivered. Connected by our values and staunch desire to do more, we’re leading the way for a better future for all.
Rural population health
We’re bringing health care where it’s needed most. Through our keen focus on rural populations and innovative care delivery, we’re eliminating health disparities throughout Texas.
We honor Texas A&M University’s rich military legacy. Through our unique relationship with the military academies and veteran populations, we’re improving the lives of military members and their families.
We make the impossible, possible—by creating systems and technologies that address health care’s greatest challenges, and bringing together the brightest minds in health care and engineering.
Serving those who serve
By serving those who have served us, we’re improving military medicine. We’re discovering the next generation of physicians and scientists with an unmatched heart of service and the dedication and vision to reinvent health care in the 21st century.
Designed for impact
We are at the heart of Texas’ most comprehensive health science center, and as such we are able to capitalize on the strength of interprofessional education and the research power of Texas A&M University.
With five locations across Texas, including an ever-expanding presence in the Texas Medical Center and with Houston Methodist Hospital, our faculty and students have the opportunity to impact medicine from the big town, to the small town, and everywhere in between.
"We are in an era of dynamic transformation in health care with a focus on the patient. This focus demands novel collaboration between the brightest minds to develop new systems and technologies.”
Carrie L. Byington, MD
Vice Chancellor for Health Services, The Texas A&M University System
Senior Vice President, Texas A&M University Health Science Center
The Jean and Thomas McMullin Professor and Dean, Texas A&M College of Medicine
Transforming medicine through innovation
New solutions require a new way of thinking. This means reevaluating how we educate students, bringing different disciplines together and creating new spaces that foster creativity and innovation. Through technology -supported innovation, we’re on the forefront of the next medical revolution. Steeped in tradition and united by values, together we make the impossible, possible.
Bringing it home
We take pride in producing excellent physicians who care for their communities and increase access to health care. We believe medicine and technology can find real solutions in health care. We believe in excellent health care for everyone, and we believe in finding the next generation of physicians and scientists to make this possible.