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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo
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Students studying a wide range of health care disciplines at TTUHSC, Amarillo College and West Texas A&M University recently provided free health screenings at a National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day health fair in Amarillo.

The City of Amarillo’s Public Health Department’s HIV Prevention team is hosting a resource and health fair on Saturday, Feb. 10 from 10 AM – 2 PM at the Charles E. Warford Activity Center, 1330 N.W. 18th Ave.
Children's Miracle Network Press Conference
It's #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. We are in full support of wearing pink and being aware of this disease that affects so many.
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Kristen Kursave
· September 29, 2017
We were there for 4 hours today. We had an appointment at 9:20 but didn't get in until after 10:30. Then, the doctor didn't get in to see us until after 11. He asked very minimal questions, and wouldn...'t even look at me when we spoke. He gave no advice on how to best help my child, nor asked if I had any concerns. This has been the worst service I have encountered here. See More
Benjamin Cunningham
· July 1, 2017
My daughter goes in for surgery on her leg two weeks ago. Surgeon takes one look at it and says it's cancer even though our pediatrician already told is it's not. After cutting the spot out of the leg... the surgeon uses quick dissolving stitches. Three days later the stitches are gone and now my daughter has a gaping open wound on her leg. We have to go to a wound care specialist who tells us that leg wounds can't have quick dissolving stitches because they take a long time to heal. My daughter can't even walk now. She's 11 years old and has a gaping open hole in her calf. Stupid Texas Tech surgeon totally botched her leg. We are now looking at physical therapy and possibly another surgery to fix it. Oh and when the biopsy came back it was a water wart they cut out of her, not cancer. See More
Chandler Edwards
· September 12, 2017
Shitty nurses who have no clue what there doing after what I heard about what my bestfriend just went through and put emotional stress on her. Your nurses are awful and obviously don't know what there... doing and refused to let her schedule her c section. And your nurses have no business in asking why she chose a c section.
I hated your services from the first when I got my birth control. Don't go to Texas Tech!!!!!
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Andene Lermon-Cato
· June 15, 2017
I have been a patient here for almost 18 yrs. I have of course had a few bad experiences thru the years but over all they have been good to me and my family. I had my 17yo and my 12yo while here and ...both the kids love it here. See More
Misty Jones
· June 24, 2017
These people will not listen to you, I told them multiple times that my thyroid was messed up, only 1 time did they run blood work and they told me it was fine. We'll needless to say here I am a year ...later with graves disease, addison's disease, and neuropathy all because they didn't know how to read bloodwork!!! Thanks for making me have to take all kinds of meds for the rest of my life and now I'll also have a scar due to having to have my thyroid removed. Do not go here! See More
Blake Lewis Bagwell
· August 25, 2017
Good people great place loved it great staff as well
Michelle Craft
· July 21, 2017
Get to the point right a way. Explains to where you can understand.
Janet Diaz
· September 11, 2016
I had a wonderful surgeon who took very good care of me, he helped me more ways than I can imagine. He taught me a lot about my situation and I can not say thank you enough. Dr Dan Galvan has and did... save my life. Texas Tech University Health and Science does have great Doctors. See More
Michael Anders
· December 29, 2016
Great facility with wonderful staff. They handle you with respect and are always there even with a phone call. Surgeries, testing, appointments are all handled so well. Thank you for helping us comple...te our family with our third and final child. See More
Georgina Moreno
· August 13, 2015
One of the worst place , last time I took my 11 year old son for a check out and to get his shots , I was told to step out so they can asked my son personal questions and to check his private parts,... to me this is not right he is under age and I am the one responsible for him, I was so sleepy that day that I did not think what was going on :((( they did cross the line and i will complaint to the head supervisor :(((((( and for sure will never ever take my child again and will tell everyone about this place:((((( See More
Michelle Villarreal
· August 9, 2017
The Dr.s where great!! Very attentive with my husband . such caring Dr's.
Taylor James Mackowiak
· April 5, 2017
Surgery department is amazing, Dr Galvin and Dr Albathis(I think that's how you spell it) are amazing doctors in it for the right reasons.
Jacqueline Grassel
· June 15, 2016
The interns, nurse's and doctors are some of the most amazing I have ever had in a hospital. We were far from home when my grandson got sick. They went above and beyond to make our experience as good possible. I truly believe they saved his life. See More
Cassie Rogers Jackson
· March 18, 2016
The physicians and staff are the best. I love working at this campus. We have the best people around!
Leanda Gomez
· January 23, 2015
The TTUHSC Family Physicians Clinic is a great place for families to receive the medical care they need. I see Dr. Loan Nguyen at this clinic and she is a very good physician.
Julia Erin
· October 30, 2015
Love working with the people here. We have the best staff, students, residents, and doctors around.
Yolanda Canedo
· May 10, 2017
Awesome. Care frist time and was treaded like a Person not a number .
Karen Seeberger Raper
· April 4, 2017
I can't say enough about my doctor Dr. Nixon- Lewis. Love her she's great
Dreya Chavez
· January 28, 2015
Absolutely Love my Daughter's Dr!!!! Dr.Sethi! , He's absolutely the BEST , and we're so thankful to have him!!!! Always a nice visit to see him.
Laura SmiŦh Field
· June 5, 2015
Love this University!
And I love to work here too! These people are awesome!

The Texas Academy of Physician Assistants recently named D. Shane Harper, a clinical physician assistant with Texas Tech Physicians of Amarillo, its Outstanding Physician Assistant of the Year!

D. Shane Harper The Texas Academy of Physician Assistants recently named D. Shane Harper, a clinical physician assistant with Texas Tech Physicians of Amarillo, its Outstanding Physician Assistant of the Year for 2017. Harper has been with TTUHSC since 2014 working in trauma and critical care. He cu...

The Society of Toxicology (SOT) recently selected Sharavan Ramachandran, a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences in Amarillo, to receive the Syngenta Fellowship Grant in Human Health Applications of New Technologies.

Sharavan Ramachandran The Society of Toxicology Awards Committee recently selected Sharavan Ramachandran, a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Pharmacy’s Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences, to receive the Syngenta Fellowship Grant in Human Health Applications of New Technologies. The award ...

Throwback Thursday: Last month, we opened a new student center on the Amarillo campus! It’s located in the basement of the School of Medicine-School of Health Professions building.

There are also quiet rooms for students to study.

The spring collection cycle of Medication Cleanout will begin March 24 on the Amarillo campus! The appropriate disposal of unused medications helps reduce accidental poisonings, medication misuse and drug abuse.

An important community program it started by the Texas Panhandle Poison Center (TPPC) in 2009 will continue in March when the TPPC begins its three-stop spring Medication Cleanout cycle. The biannual collection will get underway March 24 at the TTUHSC Amarillo campus. Additional Medication Cleanout....

Physicians on the Amarillo campus are using tele-medicine to detect skin cancer from a distance without making patients from rural areas travel. Skin cancer rates are high in the Texas Panhandle, especially among farmers and ranchers who spend extended amounts of time in sunlight.

New equipment at TTUHSC is making it easier for rural patients to see a dermatologist in Amarillo or Lubbock.

In Case You Missed It: Eric MacLaughlin, Pharm.D., a pharmacy professor in Amarillo, was among four TTUHSC faculty members to receive a Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Faculty Award!

Eric MacLaughlin, Pharm.D. (center), with TTUHSC President Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D., and Chancellor Robert L. Duncan Eric MacLaughlin, Pharm.D., professor and chair for the School of Pharmacy’s Department of Pharmacy Practice in Amarillo, was among four Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (...

Beginning Summer 2018, the Masters of Public Health program will be offered fully online. Students can earn their master’s degree or certificate in a flexible learning environment that works around personal or professional commitments.

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Alan Keister, M.D., a clinical associate professor for TTUHSC’s Department of Internal Medicine, was recognized recently for his efforts in establishing and managing the Heal the City Free Clinic in Amarillo.

Alan Keister, M.D., (left) with Tarek Naguib, M.D. Alan Keister, M.D., a clinical associate professor for TTUHSC’s Department of Internal Medicine and co-founder of Amarillo’s Heal the City clinic, was presented the 2018 John P. McGovern Champion of Health Award by the Texas Medical Association ...

This Saturday, TTUHSC, Amarillo College and West Texas A&M University students studying a wide range of health care disciplines, will host free health screenings at the Alive and Aware Health Explosion Resource & Health Fair.

Sat 10:00 AM CST1330 NW 18th Ave, Amarillo, TX 79107-1512, United States

The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy recently conducted mock interviews for fourth-year pharmacy students planning to apply for residency positions. The interviews were staged on all four School of Pharmacy campuses, including Amarillo.

The School of Pharmacy’s Office of Professional Affairs sponsored and conducted mock interviews for all fourth-year (P4) students who are planning to apply for post-graduate residency positions. The mock interviews were conducted Jan. 6 and Jan. 10 on all four School of Pharmacy campuses with the ...

We’re on Instagram now too! Follow @TTUHSCamarillo to see our latest photos.

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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo
Medical Center

There’s still time to register for the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health’s annual Day of the Woman dinner on Feb. 8. Lawyer and former Amarillo resident Terry Bentley Hill, along with Laura Street will provide an update on mental health options in Amarillo. Contact for registration.

Terry Bentley Hill Laura Street In its continuing effort to encourage and empower women to take control of their unique health care needs, the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health is set to host its Day of the Woman symposium in Amarillo from 5:30-8 p.m., Feb. 8, at the Polk Street United Me...

In Case You Missed It: Our new student center opened this week! The facility is a first-of-its-kind space on the Amarillo campus. It includes internet access, a pool table, televisions and more for students to enjoy during their downtime between classes.

Amarillo Student Center Ribbon-Cutting A generous gift from the Amarillo Area Foundation (AAF) and the David D. and Nona S. Payne Foundation has helped the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) in Amarillo transform a portion of its School of Medicine-School of Health Professions b.....