2014 Health Professions Fact Sheets
2015-2016 Update to the State Health Plan - produced under the governance and approval of the Statewide Health Coordinating Council
HB1023 Mental Health Workforce Shortage Report - submitted by HHSC/DSHS to the Legislature on 9/15/2014.
In the News - Texas Data Related to Recent News Stories
MDs and DOs (New York Times)
Caribbean-Educated Physicians (New York Times)
Veterinary Medicine Lacks Hispanics in Texas (Texas Tribune)
It is the mission of the Health Professions Resource Center to be the primary source of health workforce information in the State of Texas. To accomplish this mission, we:
- Collect, analyze, and disseminate data concerning the supply trends, geographic distribution, and demographics of health care professionals
- Study health care workforce issues and prepare reports on the findings
- Designate health care delivery sites where mid-level providers can practice limited prescriptive authority
- Provide resources for primary care providers seeking collaborative practice opportunities through a clearinghouse program
The Health Professions Resource Center was established in 1989 (Texas Health & Safety Code, Chapters 104/ 105). It was transferred from the Texas Department of Health to the Statewide Health Coordinating Council in 1997. Administrative oversight is provided by the Center for Health Statistics, Texas Department of State Health Services.
HPRC CONTACT INFORMATION:
Health Professions Resource Center - MC 1898
Center for Health Statistics
Texas Department of State Health Services
PO Box 149347
Austin, Texas 78714-9347
fax: (512) 776-7344
Contact Us by Email
Note: For information regarding licensing, certification, or education requirements for health professionals, please contact the licensing board for that profession (links to boards are on State Licensed Professions Supply & Distribution Tables page).