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Founded by the Morrill Act of 1862, Texas A&M University was created to serve. Today, we lead the way for health care in the 21st century by honoring our land-grant roots and keeping service at the core of our mission.


Twenty-first century care demands collaboration. As the most comprehensive health science center in Texas, we're breaking down traditional silos and working together to transform health care in new ways and in new places.

Texas A&M Health


As one of the fastest-growing academic health centers in the nation, Texas A&M Health encompasses five colleges and numerous centers and institutes working together to improve health through transformative education, innovative research and team-based health care delivery.

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College of Dentistry

As the largest oral health care provider in North Texas, Texas A&M College of Dentistry brings care to people in need—whenever and wherever they need it. With all nine dental specialties represented, our educational experience is unmatched, and our drive to change lives through innovative technologies and cutting-edge research is unstoppable.

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College of Medicine

The College of Medicine is dedicated to producing the physicians and scientists of the future through cutting-edge research, state-of-the-art simulation and hands-on learning in real-world health care settings. Delivering a comprehensive medical training experience while meeting the needs of the medically underserved, we improve access to care and innovate new solutions in health care delivery.

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College of Nursing

In the face of a critical statewide nursing shortage, the Texas A&M College of Nursing was established to produce leaders, educators, collaborators and researchers in the art and science of nursing. With multiple campuses, online courses and a variety of degree tracks—including a master’s in forensic nursing—students can study with our extraordinary faculty in a way that meets their needs.

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College of Pharmacy

As the role of pharmacists has expanded beyond the drug store counter, the Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy is committed to serving as part of the patients’ health care team. We train new pharmacists with an appreciation for teamwork and a wide variety of real-world experiences, with more than 170 health care partnerships, while advancing health through research.

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School of Public Health

With undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees and six distinguished research centers, the Texas A&M School of Public Health is committed to developing leaders, meeting the needs of a changing health care landscape and engaging in interdisciplinary inquiry to prevent disease, improve health and engage diverse communities worldwide.

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Healthy South Texas

Healthy Texas combines the expertise of Texas A&M Health with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s statewide reach to provide families with knowledge and resources to take control of their health. The pilot program, Healthy South Texas, operates in a 27-county region to reduce the highest impact diseases, including diabetes, asthma and infectious disease.

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Coastal Bend Health Education Center

The Texas A&M Coastal Bend Health Education Center is committed to improving the quality of health care in the Coastal Bend by advancing the knowledge and skills of health care professionals, students and the community through partnerships in education, research and technology, including diabetes education and medication assistance programs.

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A&M Rural and Community Health Institute

The A&M Rural and Community Health Institute is a health extension center offering programs that promote safe, effective health care practices, improve access to health care and reduce disparities in health status. It serves as a bridge for health care professionals and their organizations with academic centers, policymakers and researchers to improve the quality and safety of patient care.

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Center for Health Organization Transformation

The Center for Health Organization Transformation, or CHOT, is an industry-university cooperative research center (I/UCRC) funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and health organizations to conduct research supporting major management, clinical, and information technology innovations in healthcare. CHOT conducts research to support the implementation of evidence-based transformational strategies within healthcare organizations.

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Center for Craniofacial Research & Diagnosis

The Center for Craniofacial Research & Diagnosis fosters scientific discovery through the integration between clinical and basic research and serves as the home for the research enterprise within Texas A&M College of Dentistry. One of the goals is for the center to serve as a forum for interdisciplinary collaboration.

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Institute of Biosciences & Technology

From cancer and heart failure to bacterial infections and birth defects, researchers at the Texas A&M Institute of Biosciences & Technology, which was established in 1986 in the Texas Medical Center, work to improve the quality of health care through innovative research and education related to medicine, agriculture, animal sciences and engineering.

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Center for Population Health and Aging

The Center for Population Health and Aging coordinates research and practice on strategies for understanding and promoting successful aging, including identification of social, behavioral, and environmental determinants for health and illness in older populations and design and evaluation of multi-level interventions.

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Global Institute for Hispanic Health

Established at Driscoll Children’s Hospital in Corpus Christi and reaching all of South Texas through specialty clinics in Brownsville, Harlingen, McAllen, Laredo and Victoria, the Global Institute for Hispanic Health provides clinical research and education programs that focus, at least initially, on improving the population’s access to clinical trials.

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Drawing from our vast network of scientists, educators and clinical partners from five colleges, our educational degrees and programs produce highly qualified graduates who are equipped to address the health needs of an ever-changing population.