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Dell Medical School is more than a place to train new doctors. It’s a blueprint for transforming health care in Central Texas. A collaboration between The University of Texas at Austin, Seton Healthcare Family, and Travis County’s Central Health, Dell Medical School will bring new primary and specialty care options for people of all income levels. Medical school physicians, residents, and students will treat thousands of patients in a new $295 million teaching hospital, to be built by Seton.

Dell Medical School’s impact will be felt deeply in Central Texas, but it doesn’t end there. Research at the school will lead to medical advances and new technologies to benefit all people. As the only medical school in The University of Texas System on an academic campus, Dell Medical School offers the unique opportunity for interdisciplinary research that combines the resources of the medical school with the vast research enterprise already underway in other colleges, schools, and departments throughout UT Austin. Dell Medical School will draw on the university’s existing research strengths, including cell and molecular biology, neuroscience, biomedical engineering, chemistry, sociology, psychology, health care delivery systems, and health care policy.

Dell Medical School will bolster the Austin economy as well. The medical school and teaching hospital will bring an estimated 15,000 new jobs and $2 billion a year in economic activity, according to a study by TXP Inc., an Austin economic analysis and public policy consulting firm.

How We’re Helping Change the World

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For a closer look at how we’re helping change the world, please visit the Dell Medical Center website.

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To discuss how you can help the Dell Medical School, please contact:

Courtney Manuel
Director of Development
Dell Medical School
512-475-9606

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