🗣️ The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has approved the creation of a new Telehealth Institute at Texas A&M Health!
Led by Dr. Carly McCord in collaboration with Digital Health VP Jim Colson, the new institute will lead interdisciplinary research, education and clinical services across the university to forge the way toward world-class telehealth care for all.
"The need for excellence in telehealth is undeniable,” McCord said. "By creating new telehealth service offerings and synergizing faculty expertise across the university, we will continue to make advancements in telehealth care and knowledge."
Commencements are over, but we`re still on cloud nine thinking about all the new Aggie health professionals out in this world! Congrats and gig `em to the newest dentists, doctors, pharmacists, nurses, public health practitioners and all the graduates from Texas A&M Health schools who walked the stage this month. The best is yet to come!
Texas A&M Health schools have been ranked in the top 50 by U.S. News & World Report! @tamumedicine climbed more than 50 spots from last year to 44th in the Best Medical School: Primary Care category, and @tamupublichealth continues to be among the best public health schools in the nation (36th) with one of the best healthcare management programs (27th). Congratulations to everyone behind these amazing schools and programs! Read more at the link in our bio.
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