Huston-Tillotson University Partners With the University of Texas to Provide Health Services

HT_logoHuston-Tillotson University, a historically Black educational institution in Austin, Texas, has entered into an agreement with the new Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin to improve healthcare services for the underserved residents of the Austin area. Under the agreement, the two universities will work together to address mental health issues in minority areas of the city.

The two universities will participate in the operation of the Sandra Joy Anderson Community Health and Wellness Center on the Huston-Tillotson University campus. The center will provide services to community and also serve as a training center for medical personnel.

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