A Look at the TTUHSC School of Medicine
Founded in 1969, the TTUHSC School of Medicine has continually worked to address the shortage of physicians in West Texas by providing innovative educational opportunities to medical student and residents that are intended to supply competent and compassionate medical professionals for a geographically expansive area. The medical education program provides sound inter-disciplinary training that integrates basic sciences knowledge and clinical skill and focuses on high standards and comprehensive evaluation. The research strategy of the school concentrates on collaborative efforts that enhance the clinical programs relevant to the region and provide advanced training opportunities for students and residents. Centers of excellence guide research endeavors in many areas giving special attention to cancer treatment, women's health, aging, addiction, and other disease processes. The clinical practice strives to utilize state-of-the-art technology to effectively meet the growing needs of a diverse and largely rural patient population through strong partnerships with clinical affiliates.
Vision by 2015
To be recognized regionally and nationally for innovation and collaboration — great people with great ideas.
Programs and Activities
The following video provides a comphrensive look at the many programs and activities available at the TTUHSC School of Medicine.
40 Years and Forward
In 2009, the TTUHSC School of Medicine celebrated 40 years since its creation by the 61st Texas Legislature. A variety of events were held to commemorate this anniversary, and a timeline was displayed to chronicle the school's history. This page has been designed to share many of the items gathered in preparation for this celebration.
The timeline was put on display at a special celebration dinner. Designed by Margaret Vugrin from the Preston Smith Library of Health Sciences and Tim Hayes with the School of Medicine, Office of the Dean, the display received a 2010 Gold Addy Award from the Lubbock Advertising Federation.
The panels from the display provide details, images, and newspaper articles by decade. Click on the images below to open a zoomable version of each panel.
Pictures were taken during the construction of the Health Sciences Center. Click on the image below to open a slideshow of the construction from four different angles.
The Power of Vision
The following video history was originally produced at the 25th anniversary of the School of Medicine and revised for the 35th anniversary.
Questions about the history of the TTUHSC School of Medicine or images seen here can be referred to Tim Hayes, Senior Director of Leadership Initiatives, at email@example.com