When Baylor’s Teen Health Clinic first opened in 1968 at Jefferson Davis Hospital, it stood as a once-a-week maternity clinic serving adolescents who became pregnant. Today, it encompasses multiple clinics offering a spectrum of healthcare services.
First-year students transitioning into the School of Health Professions at Baylor College of Medicine must master time management. This could include settling into a new city, extracurricular activities, staying fit and finding time for classes and studying. For Raymond Martin, it is a little different as he prepares to compete in his third Paralympic Games.
When most people consider the fields of medicine and science, they often keep them separate from subjects like history, English and philosophy. However, Dr. John Wolf’s career as professor and chair of the Department of Dermatology at Baylor College of Medicine demonstrates how the humanities can have a major influence in medicine.
When it comes to footwear, many women face a frequent dilemma – how do we pair business attire with shoes that will seamlessly get us from point A to point B?
As the Physician Assistant Program at Baylor College of Medicine’s School of Health Professions celebrates its 50-year anniversary, Donald Black, an alumnus from the first graduating class, remembers it as if it was just yesterday.
A new elective available to Baylor medical students allows them to explore the connection between professionalism and the development of trust and respect among members of the healthcare team and patients.