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Bringing the benefits of the health sciences to the citizens of Tennessee and beyond through education, research, clinical care and public service.


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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has educated:

  • 75 percent of the state’s dentists
  • 40 percent of its pharmacists
  • 40 percent of the physicians
  • and the lion’s share of the nursing faculty working in the state today.

About 80 percent of our Health Professions graduates stay in Tennessee.

UTHSC is a member of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Electronic Campus for distance education courses, programs and services offered through many institutions of higher education in the southeastern United States.

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Since 1911, we have been training health care professionals through education, research, clinical care and public service. Today, our Colleges of Dentistry, Graduate Health Sciences, Health Professions , Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy serve more than 3,000 students and 1,300 residents, post docs and fellows across four campuses.

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UTHSC has a long and rich tradition of accomplishments in basic, clinical and translational research in a wide variety of disciplines focused on the health issues that impact our community, our region, the state of Tennessee and the world.

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Clinical Care

Our faculty and students provide health care to the community through our network of hospitals, practice groups, specialty care clinics, and mobile health care facilities.

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Public Service

Public service is central to our mission. Every year, thousands of faculty, staff and volunteers across four campuses located in Memphis, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville provide clinical care, health education and preventive care programs to the people of Tennessee.

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Last Published: May 26, 2022