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To improve the health and quality of life for the people of Texas and beyond through excellence in education, research, clinical care and community engagement and to provide national leadership in primary care. We achieve this mission by: Preparing o... Read more
To improve the health and quality of life for the people of Texas and beyond through excellence in education, research, clinical care and community engagement and to provide national leadership in primary care.
We achieve this mission by:
Preparing our students in osteopathic medicine, biomedical sciences, public health, physician assistant studies and other health professions for successful careers in health care, research and teaching.
Advancing the discovery of knowledge through cutting-edge basic and applied research.
Teaching, practicing and encouraging the effective delivery of primary health care.
Emphasizing health promotion, disease prevention and public health, with a focus on underserved populations.
Actively collaborating with other academic institutions, such as other components of the UNT System, health-related organizations and the communities we serve.
Supporting a culturally diverse environment that advocates mutual respect for all members of the health science center as they strive for excellence.
Meeting and exceeding the needs and expectations of our students, patients, employees, partners, donors and the people of Texas.
Opened in 1970 as the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM), our 1,400-student campus has grown to also comprise the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Public Health, Department of Physician Assistant Studies, and School of Health Professions. TCOM faculty provide patient care to our community through UNT Health, the largest multi-specialty group practice in Tarrant County. Located on 33 acres in the heart of Fort Worth's Cultural District, we are committed to providing Texas and the nation the highest quality health professionals.