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County Supply and Distribution Tables - Medication Aides

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Licensing Board and Data Source: Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) - DADS adopts rules for the regulation of persons wishing to practice as Medication Aides in Texas.

Information regarding the education requirements, licensure requirements, and responsibilities of Medication Aides can be obtained on the website of the Department of Aging and Disablility Services or by calling 512-438-2025.

Historical Supply Trends Graphs

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2001 Medication Aides by County of Residence (6,243) - November

2002 Medication Aides by County of Residence (7,157) - October

2003 Medication Aides by County of Residence (8,167) - October

2004 Medication Aides by County of Residence (8,437) - October

2005 Medication Aides by County of Residence (9,105) - October

2006 Medication Aides by County of Residence (9,129) - September

2007 Medication Aides by County of Residence (9,664) - September

2008 Medication Aides by County of Residence (9,804) - August

2009 Medication Aides by County of Residence (10,144) - September

2010 Medication Aides by County of Residence (10,707) - September

2011 Medication Aides by County of Residence (10,667) - September

2012 Medication Aides by County of Residence (10,412) - November

2013 Medication Aides by County of Residence (10,400) - September


Note:  Many agencies that certify or license health professionals collect only a licensee's mailing address for correspondence purposes. The mailing (RESIDENCE) address may be either the work or home address of the licensee. If available, the HPRC county totals for each profession are based on the PRACTICE address from licensure data, and from the mailing/residence address if the practice address is not available.  Therefore, when the mailing/residence address is used, the county supply totals may not accurately reflect the actual supply in a county since a professional may live in one county but practice in another.


Please contact the Health Professions Resource Center at (512) 458-7261 or contact us by email if you have any comments or questions about the above licensing board information or supply tables.

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Last updated April 04, 2014