The Texas A&M Health Science Center is a premier assembly of colleges devoted to educating health professionals and researchers who possess extraordinary competence and integrity. As we become the most significant and energetic agent for health care, science and research in Texas, we dedicate ourselves to the principle that all people, regardless of geography, economics or culture, deserve the benefits of compassionate care, superior science and exceptional health education.
The Texas A&M Health Science Center, established in 1999, is demonstrating leadership in health care and policy that will alter positively the way Americans receive health care for generations to come. Our relationship with Scott & White Hospital, our groundbreaking scientific research in the genomic mapping of DNA, and our educational mission within The Texas A&M University System are just a few of the ways we are advancing health care. The Health Science Center statewide coverage reflects well upon our commitment to scholarship, research and service.
Our emphasis on Texas’ rural and underserved areas reflects the land grant tradition of Texas A&M. We are committed to providing educational opportunities to those who would not otherwise have access to higher education. We dedicate the full measure of our resources and abilities to advancing knowledge and technology in our professions. We dedicate our lives to our mission of bringing Texans the finest in health education, advocacy and care. We are advancing science as we push the boundaries of existing knowledge, educate the next generation of health care professionals, and improve the individual and collective lives of all Texans. We are pleased you have chosen to visit our website and hope you find it informative and helpful. Please visit often.
E.J. "Jere" Pederson
Acting President, Texas A&M Health Science Center and Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, Texas A&M System