Unequal access to health care services is a very real problem facing the medical landscape. Health insurance coverage plays a role in this, but many other unusual factors such as having reliable transportation, how we are treated when we walk through the door of a doctor’s office and our own cultural and personal beliefs all impact how and why we seek medical care.
Texas A&M faculty receive more than $5.7 million for cancer research
William H. Griffith and Daniel Jones recognized by the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents
Improving patient care through innovation in simulation
The A&M Rural and Community Health Institute and the Texas A&M College of Nursing team up to benefit health care workforce of Texas
Texas A&M College of Medicine collaborates with Kelsey-Seybold Clinic for pediatric education in Houston