The Texas Health Education Service is preparing the next generation of healthcare professionals for Texas and beyond by providing application services, scholarships and enrichment activities, research-backed advising services, and data-driven consulting services to applicants, collegiate advisors, and professional school admissions officers.
The TXHES is the umbrella organization under which the Texas Medical and Dental Schools Application Service (TMDSAS) and the Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) operate.
Thinking about med school? Don’t miss your opportunity to attend PremedFest this fall! This day and a half event is exclusively designed to help you get into medical school – focusing on your growth as a student, person, and future physician. At PremedFest, you won’t just sit in a chair and listen to lectures, you’ll:
Fifteen professional schools - one application.
TMDSAS simplifies the application process for both the applicants and the participating schools. We provide one standardized application, relieving students of the need to complete a separate application for each of the participating schools.
Making the path to medical school a reality for Texans.
The Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) is a special program created by the Texas Legislature to support and encourage highly qualified, economically disadvantaged Texas resident students pursuing a medical education.
Independent assessment of advising services.
J. Scott Wright, Ed. D., Executive Director of the Texas Health Education Service, offers consulting services to appraise health profession advising services and provide an unbiased report of opportunities for improvement to be used by administration offices.