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A medical breakthrough. A student’s call to help people. An entire community’s well-being. Your gift to Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center makes a direct and positive impact on thousands and sets in motion the advancement of health care in Texas and around the world. Your gift fuels and inspires our most fundamental mission: saving lives.
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Medicine is a blend of science and art. It’s through collaborative and translational research that we seek the incredible — new treatments, therapies, cures and vaccines to improve your life. That’s our purpose.
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Providing comprehensive and affordable care to residents in more than 108 counties is no small task, but it’s a mission-critical component of our overall commitment to keeping you healthy. As we move into the next 50 years, we’re combining state-of-the-art technology with traditional values — making your life, our purpose.
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We’re demonstrating the real value of education by transforming scholars and scholarships into the very lifeblood of our region, our nation and the world. Last year, we disbursed nearly $80 million in grants, scholarships and loans to future health care professionals. This investment will continue to yield dividends for decades to come. At TTUHSC, we believe that accolades and rankings indicate how much your generosity really counts. Thank you for your support.
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Logan Price, AuD (Health Professions ’13, 09)
School of Health Professions Alumni Texas Tech Health Sciences Center
Alumna's Scholarship Honors Grandmother; Helps Parents Pursuing Nursing Degrees
While planning how she would honor her grandmother this year—something Michelle Haleck, BSN, R.N., R.D., and her sister do every year on the anniversary of their Meme’s death—Haleck came up with an idea that led to the Peggy "Meme" Collins Second-Degree BSN Scholarship. More