Think Globally, Act Locally
Together with our affiliates, we offer resources and opportunities unmatched anywhere.
From our modest start with the opening of the Roy and Lillie Cullen Building in 1947 to our status today as one of the top health sciences institutions in the nation, we have a history of “…achieving amazing things.” Our unique partnerships with the Texas Medical Center, our affiliates and the City of Houston have helped shape the College as we "think globally and act locally.” This philosophy of community involvement drives our research efforts, the education of our trainees, who span the globe providing healthcare, and our collaborations with colleagues.
We invite you to explore the many ways Baylor College of Medicine is reaching beyond its walls to improve healthcare delivery and expand healthcare knowledge for members of our local, national and global communities.
Read about our:
Educational Outreach: Programs aimed at promoting interest in science and medicine that span K-12, creating diversity opportunities, and teaching teachers.
Healthcare Outreach: Initiatives designed to provide care to underserved populations.
Global Outreach: Partnerships that facilitate the sharing of knowledge, skills and talents to better lives for people from Honduras to Botswana, from Romania to China, and across the United States.
Community Learning: Offerings that focus on a range of health-focused resources including seminars, lectures, online libraries, interactive experiences and featured events.
"Since coming to Houston in 1943, Baylor College of Medicine has been an integral part of Houston’s transition into one of the nation’s greatest cities. We are proud to be part of what makes Houston great."
- Paul Klotman, M.D., President, CEO and Executive Dean, Baylor College of Medicine