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TTUHSC School of Nursing Celebrates 40th Anniversary
The TTUHSC School of Nursing is celebrating 40 years of educating nurses. The school counts almost 2,000 students across the state and nearly 17,000 graduates as of May 2021.
TTUHSC Announces $30 Million Physician Assistant Program Expansion
TTUHSC announced a $30 million School of Health Professions Physician Assistant Program expansion at a groundbreaking event March 23. The 32,500 square-foot facility will include an anatomy lab, clinical classrooms and training facilities.
COVID-19 Changed the Journey—Not the Success of Future Physicians
Even with the trials of the year, TTUHSC School of Medicine fourth-year students met the challenges and participated virtually in Match Day March 19.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Names New Provost and Chief Academic Officer
TTUHSC announced the appointment of Darrin D’Agostino, D.O., MPH, MBA, as provost and chief academic officer. D’Agostino currently is the executive dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and vice provost of Health Affairs for Kansas City University.
Lubbock Osteopathic Fund Gifts TTUHSC $1.1 Million
The Lubbock Osteopathic Fund presented the TTUHSC School of Medicine $1.1 million for the establishment of the Lubbock Osteopathic Endowed Chair in Family Medicine. The chair position was presented to Ronald L. Cook, D.O., chair of the School of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine.
West Texas Takes on COVID-Fatigue at Work, School
With the continued threat of COVID, the past few months have weighed heavy on the region. The journey to a healthy community has already been long and tiring, leaving West Texas to feel like a child in the backseat on a long drive, asking: are we there yet?
The TTUHSC School of Nursing is celebrating 40 years of educating nurses. The school counts almost 2,000 students across the state and nearly 17,000 graduates as of May 2021.
TTUHSC School of Nursing Celebrates 40th Anniversary
The TTUHSC School of Nursing is celebrating 40 years of educating nurses. The school counts almost 2,000 students across the state and nearly 17,000 graduates as of May 2021.
TTUHSC announced a $30 million School of Health Professions Physician Assistant Program expansion at a groundbreaking event March 23. The 32,500 square-foot facility will include an anatomy lab, clinical classrooms and training facilities.
TTUHSC Announces $30 Million Physician Assistant Program Expansion
TTUHSC announced a $30 million School of Health Professions Physician Assistant Program expansion at a groundbreaking event March 23. The 32,500 square-foot facility will include an anatomy lab, clinical classrooms and training facilities.
Even with the trials of the year, TTUHSC School of Medicine fourth-year students met the challenges and participated virtually in Match Day March 19.
COVID-19 Changed the Journey—Not the Success of Future Physicians
Even with the trials of the year, TTUHSC School of Medicine fourth-year students met the challenges and participated virtually in Match Day March 19.
TTUHSC announced the appointment of Darrin D’Agostino, D.O., MPH, MBA, as provost and chief academic officer. D’Agostino currently is the executive dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and vice provost of Health Affairs for Kansas City University.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Names New Provost and Chief Academic Officer
TTUHSC announced the appointment of Darrin D’Agostino, D.O., MPH, MBA, as provost and chief academic officer. D’Agostino currently is the executive dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and vice provost of Health Affairs for Kansas City University.
The Lubbock Osteopathic Fund presented the TTUHSC School of Medicine $1.1 million for the establishment of the Lubbock Osteopathic Endowed Chair in Family Medicine. The chair position was presented to Ronald L. Cook, D.O., chair of the School of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Lubbock Osteopathic Fund Gifts TTUHSC $1.1 Million
The Lubbock Osteopathic Fund presented the TTUHSC School of Medicine $1.1 million for the establishment of the Lubbock Osteopathic Endowed Chair in Family Medicine. The chair position was presented to Ronald L. Cook, D.O., chair of the School of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine.
With the continued threat of COVID, the past few months have weighed heavy on the region. The journey to a healthy community has already been long and tiring, leaving West Texas to feel like a child in the backseat on a long drive, asking: are we there yet?
West Texas Takes on COVID-Fatigue at Work, School
With the continued threat of COVID, the past few months have weighed heavy on the region. The journey to a healthy community has already been long and tiring, leaving West Texas to feel like a child in the backseat on a long drive, asking: are we there yet?