What is UH Health?
UH Health is the platform to integrate the university’s mission and values focused on identifying and responding to the economic, social and cultural issues affecting health in Houston, Texas, and beyond.
The University of Houston offers affordable community health care for UH students, faculty and staff as well as the surrounding community. Our clinics offer low cost options and have flexible options for those who are uninsured. Our location is convenient and provides a general medical service plus several specialty clinics as well as optical services, substance abuse programs, psychological services and more.
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Health Research at UH
UH conducts innovative research that addresses biological, behavioral, psychological, and social determinants of health affecting Houston and beyond. Through equitable partnerships with community stakeholders, elected officials, and university-wide research initiatives (see HEALTH Research Institute & TORC), we are taking a multilevel approach (e.g., individual, interpersonal, community, societal) to developing new technologies, discovering novel treatments, and disseminating prevention strategies aimed at increasing the quality and length of life for all.
UH Health Research in Academic Units
Innovative health research at UH is also being led by interdisciplinary research teams housed in the College of Education (Psychological, Health, & Learning Sciences), College of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering), College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (Health & Human Performance; Psychology), College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (Biology & Biochemistry; Chemistry), College of Nursing, College of Optometry, College of Pharmacy, Graduate College of Social Work, and the Law Center.
UH Health in the News
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