UT health – Houston Health University


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About Houston health university

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UT Health) was founded in 1972 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents. It is the center for health education, creativity, scientific discovery and excellence in patient care at Houston’s Health University and Texas. The most extensive academic health center in both the UT System and the U.S. Costa del Gulf zone.

    Accreditations

    The University of Texas (UT health), School of Public Health was first accredited by the American Public Health Association in 1969 and has since been annually reviewed and continually accredited by the Council on Public Health Education (CEPH.org). CEPH officially assessed the UT School of Public Health for re-accreditation in February 2012 and is fully accredited by December 2019.

    Houston’s University of Texas Health Science Center is authorized to grant baccalaureate, bachelor, doctorate, and special professional degrees by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

    At the UTHealth School of Public Health the following degree programs are accredited by their respective accrediting bodies: 

  • Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Dietetics Internship.
  • Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education: Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency.
  • Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education: Master’s Level Healthcare Management curriculum.
  • Applied Science Accreditation Commission of ABET: Master’s Level Industrial Hygiene curriculum.
  • Affiliated Centers and Hospitals with UT health

    Memorial Hermann -Texas Medical Center

    UT Harris County Psychiatric Center

    Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital

    Texas Heart Institute at CHI St. Luke’s Health – Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center

    Harris Health System’s Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital

    The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

    Mission

    The mission of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UT health) as a comprehensive health science university is to educate health science practitioners, identify and integrate developments in the biomedical and social sciences, and develop best practices in clinical care and public health. The UT Health Center is pursuing this mission to advance the quality of human life by improving the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease and injury, as well as promoting individual health and well-being in the community.

    Vision

    Excellence above all in the quest to be a recognized leader in collaboration through education, research and clinical practice to treat, cure and prevent the most common disease of our time.

    Accomplishments of houston health university

  • First in number of health care graduates in Texas
  • Sixth largest Medical School in the U.S.
  • Cizik School of Nursing ranked in the top 5% in the U.S.
  • More than a century of dental excellence
  • School of Biomedical Informatics the first and only of its kind
  • School of Public Health is home to six campuses – more than any other in the nation
  • Honors and Awards

  • Excellence in Teaching Award
  • Research & Lifetime Achievement Awards
  • Outreach Awards

Admission in UT Health Center

  • Any student who is admitted must have the academic ability to complete medical school successfully and learn the fundamentals of medical practice. These include undergraduate and graduate statistics, standardized test scores, academic honors and honors, scientific accomplishments, degree of difficulty in an undergraduate academic program.
  • Medicine practice requires a high level of interpersonal competencies and a compassionate attitude. Communication ability is essential for those qualities. Pubic or voluntary programs are known, e.g., volunteering to help the less fortunate.
  • Breadth and depth of premedical educational experience.
  • Observation: Candidates must be able to observe demonstration accurately, and patients close up and at a distance to learn skills and gather patient data (e.g., gait, appearance, posture, etc.). Candidates must also have functional use of the senses of odor, vision and somatic sensation.
  • Psychomotor Skills: Candidates must have adequate knowledge about motor function to get sensory, auditory, and visual movements from patients. Candidates must be able to execute motor movements to provide the doctors fairly needed general care and emergency treatment.
  • Intellectual and cognitive skills: Candidates must be able to measure, quantify, interpret, evaluate, synthesize, incorporate, and apply information. Additionally, candidates need to be able to understand three-dimensional relationships and understand structural spatial relationships.
  • Behavioral and social qualities: Candidates must have the emotional health necessary to make full use of their intellectual abilities, such as practicing good judgment, immediately meeting all duties related to patient evaluation and treatment, and maintaining stable, responsive and successful patient relationships.
  • Chronic conditions: A candidate must not have any chronic or recurrent diseases, including infections, psychiatric or substance abuse problems, which may interfere with

Patient care or safety and which are not compatible with medical practice or training. 

  • Ethical Standards: A candidate must exhibit professional demeanor and actions engaging

All interactions with colleagues, faculty, staff, patients in an ethical manner.


Requirements for Entrance in UT health :

You must be a U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Pending a Permanent Resident in order to be considered for an interview. 90 undergraduate hours at a university in the United States or Canada. It is required that applicants take the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) within 5 years of applying to medical school. MCAT registration is coordinated through the AAMC, details, and instructions can be found here. The MCAT scores are assessed according to Texas House Bill 1641.

    Undergraduate Requirements

  • All the pre-medical requirements listed below must have been completed at a university in the United States and Canada. Courses that do not meet this requirement will not be accepted, even if a U.S. or Canadian school has granted transferred credit for them.
  • Courses for non-specific or medical career majors (nursing, pharmacy, associated health sciences, etc.) will NOT fulfill the requisite coursework. All coursework required must be relevant to a typical degree in science.
  • If it is listed on your transcript, AP credit is accepted towards pre-medical requirements.
  • If you have questions about specific undergraduate courses, please review the educational requirements on the TMDSAS web site.

Departments of UT health

  • Biostatistics and Data Science
  • Epidemiology, Human Genetics & Environmental Sciences
  • Health Promotion & Behavioral Sciences
  • Management, Policy & Community Health

Degree/Programs:

  • BSN
  • MSN
  • DNP
  • PhD
  • MD
  • MS in Clinical Research
  • MS in Biomedical Sciences
  • MS in Genetic Counseling
  • MS in Medical Physics
  • Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences
  • Ph.D. in Medical Physics
  • Graduate Certificate in Medical Physics
  • MS in Biomedical Informatics
  • D. in Biomedical Informatics
  • DHI in Health Informatics
  • Certificate in Health Informatics
  • Certificate in Applied Health Informatics
  • Certificate in Public Health Informatics
  • DDS
  • MSD
  • BS in Dental Hygiene
  • MS in Dental Hygiene
  • Certificate in Advanced Education Programs
  • MPH in Public Health
  • MS in Public Health
  • PH in Public Health
  • D. in Public Health
  • Certificate in Public Health
  • Certificate in Public Health Informatics
  • Residency & Fellowships

  • Advanced Education Programs
  • Graduate Medical Education
  • Residency Programs
  • Dual Degree Programs

  • MD/PhD 
  • MD/MPH 

Facilities in UT health

    Library

    The libraries of the University of Texas Houston are the following:

  • TMC Library
  • UT Medical Branch Moody Medical Library
  • UT School of Dentistry Library
  • UT School of Public Health Library
  • Services of Libraries

  • Guides to Using Library Resources
  • Databases A-Z
  • Search for eJournals
  • Online Catalog
  • Course Reserves
  • Internet Resources
  • Health Data
  • UTSPH Library Staff
  • Links to Other Libraries
  • Housing

    Off-Campus Housing:

    Drewery Place
    1829 Augusta Dr. Unit 27
    The Aubrey Apartments
    2002 N Wayside Dr. Unit 42
    Cortland Med Center
    3318 N MacGregor Way Unit 8
    Amberjack Estates
    2635 Skyview Knoll Ct
    Memorial West
    2002 N Wayside Dr. Unit 48
    CENTRAL PARK
    1927 W Dallas St Unit 1/2
    Alexan 5151
    WaterWall Place
    1601 S Shepherd Dr. Unit 215
    Briar Meadows
    602 Heights Blvd Unit 29
    The Rice
    4727 W Alabama St Unit 207
    The Hayworth
    4727 W Alabama St Unit 107
    Heights West 11th
    1903 Commonwealth St Unit 10
    Villas At Bunker Hill
    3318 N MacGregor Way Unit 1
    Urban Palms
    4414 Woodside St Unit 7
    Nob Hill Apartments
    3318 N MacGregor Way Unit 4
    The Link
    4727 W Alabama St Unit 214
    The Westerly
    3231 Allen Pkwy Unit 1211
    Citadel
    1405 Hyde Park Blvd Unit 1
    Domain Boulder Creek
    3340 Blodgett St Unit 3340
    Hiline Heights
    5101 Bell St Unit 1

    Dining Facilities

    The University of Texas (UT health) has cafeterias for every department and the vending machines are installed in the following location:

  • Behavioral & Biomedical Science Building Floors 2 & 3
  • Bone & Joint Clinics (Katy, Richmond, Sugarland)
  • Harris County Psychiatric Hospital Floors 1, 2, 3
  • Institute of Molecular Medicine Floor 1
  • Learning Resource Center
  • McGovern Medical School Floors B, G, 2, 3
  • Recreation Center
  • School of Dentistry Floors 1, 3, 6
  • School of Nursing Floors 1 & 2
  • School of Public Health Floor B
  • Student Faculty Apartments Mail Room, Garage
  • University Center Tower Floors B, 14, 15, 22
  • University Professional Building Floors B, 1, 5, 6
  • Nearby Restaurants

    ·       Sal y Pimienta Kitchen

  • The Den
  • Murphy’s Deli
  • Pizza Hut
  • Subway
  • McAlister’s Deli
  • Chinese Star Restaurant
  • The Nook Cafe
  • Cafe 101 UH
  • Chick-fil-A
  • Pink’s Pizza
  • Ray’s Bbq Shack
  • Tealicious Drinks
  • Starbucks
  • Bobbie Q’s Rib Shack
  • Shipley Donuts
  • Taco Bell
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels
  • Taco Cabana
  • Nancy’s Hustle
  • Frenchy’s Chicken
  • McDonald’s
  • Loma Linda Mexican Restaurant
  • Brooks Family BBQ
  • GreenSpace Juice Bar
  • Luby’s
  • Wingstop
  • Transportation and Parking at UT health

    The shuttle of the University of Texas Houston (UT health) operates from 6:00 am to 8:30 pm, Monday through Friday (except during university holidays).  Any student or employee of UT Health who displays University ID will ride the UT Health Shuttle. (MD Anderson students and MD Anderson ID staff may also take the UT Health Shuttle from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) The stop frequency is dependent on the time of day and the volume of traffic. Through the online app, the current location of the bus can be seen.

    Sports Centers and Facilities

  • Baseball
  • Basketball: Men
  • Basketball: Women
  • Football
  • Golf: Men
  • Golf: Women
  • Rowing
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming & Diving: Men
  • Swimming & Diving: Women
  • Tennis: Men
  • Tennis: Women
  • Texas Relays
  • Track & Field/Cross Country
  • Sports Centers

  • The Bubble
  • Cooley Pavilion
  • Denius Fields
  • DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium
  • Frank Erwin Center
  • Golf Club and Academy
  • Gregory Gymnasium
  • Longhorn Foundation
  • Red McCombs Red Zone
  • Rowing Center
  • Rowling Hall
  • Spieth Lower 40
  • Texas Tennis Center
  • UFCU Disch-Falk Field
  • Dan Brown Family Player Development Center
  • Jamail Texas Swimming Center
  • Veterans Memorial Plaza
  • Volleyball Practice Center
  • Student Organizations and Clubs

    Student Societies

  • Academy Health
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association: Student Chapter
  • Biostatistics Student Association
  • Public Health Students of African Descent
  • Student Epidemic Intelligence Society
  • Student Society for Global Health
  • Human Genetics Student Society
  • International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research Student Chapter (ISPOR)
  • Society for Women and Leadership
  • The Board: A Leadership & Management Organization
  • International Student Organization (ISO)
  • The Society for Nonprofit Leadership Development
  • The Student Inter-Council (SIC) is the organization of UT Health student governance and is the recognized student opinion forum and the primary vehicle for student participation in UT Health governance. The organization is made up of representatives from each of the six schools and from underrepresented constituencies of students and students from around the world.

  • School of Dentistry
  • MD Anderson UT Health Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
  • McGovern Medical School
  • School of Biomedical Informatics
  • Cizik School of Nursing
  • School of Public Health
  • Scholarships Available

  • Abbott & Fenner Business Consultants Scholarship
  • ADHA Institute Scholarship Program
  • AES Scholarship
  • AMA Scholarships
  • United States Army Health Professions Program (HPSP)
  • Dental Trade Alliance Foundation Scholarship
  • Executive Women International ASIST Scholarship
  • Hispanic Dental Association Foundation Scholarship
  • National Italian American Foundation Scholarship
  • National Medical Fellowships Scholarship
  • Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship Scholarship
  • Pauletta and Denzel Washington Family Gifted Scholars Program in Neuroscience Scholarship
  • Pisacano Leadership Foundation Scholarship Program
  • Sallie Mae Scholarship
  • Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellowships Scholarship
  • Texas Medical Liability Trust Memorial Scholarship
  • Vietnamese American Medical Association of Greater Houston Scholarship
  • YourDNA Future Genetic Counselor Scholarship

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