The Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health (ODIGH) promotes the recruitment, development, and retention of a diverse body of students, residents, faculty, and staff at TTUHSC El Paso. Please visit the ODIGH webpage for more information.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso
Paul L. Foster School of Medicine
Grounded in the compelling evidence that diversity of thought and perspective provides richer solutions to the complex challenges of meeting the health needs of our community, the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso promotes the recruitment, development and retention of a diverse body of students, residents, faculty and staff.
We are mindful of the population we serve here on the U.S.-Mexico border, with the majority being Hispanic, many of whom are underserved and disadvantaged, and we are particularly committed to the inclusion of groups that are under-represented in medicine that will enhance our ability to provide optimal health care to this population. The Paul L. Foster School of Medicine defines diversity as the inclusion of students who are from the U.S.-Mexico border region, economically or educationally disadvantaged, and/or of Hispanic origin. We will also welcome and support students from other traditionally under-represented minorities.
For residents, faculty and staff, diversity will be defined as inclusion of those who are of Hispanic origin and those who are multi-lingual, as the majority of patients we serve in El Paso County speak a language other than English at home. We will also welcome and support residents, faculty and staff from other traditionally under-represented minorities.