TTUHSC, students are always finding ways to make the future of healthcare a better and brighter place for patients and the community.
This outlook and philosophy is seen on a daily basis by the amount of work that is done in the labs, in the classroom, in the hospital, and throughout all of Lubbock.
TTUHSC and its students take pride in the West Texas culture and community so much so that there are many outreach and charity programs to make Lubbock a healthier, safer, and happier place.
The Texas Medical Association (TMA) and American Medical Association (AMA) are two organizations associated with the TTUHSC students that want to see the students succeed in meeting such goals.
With the students being so dedicated and working so hard for Lubbock and the surrounding areas, TMA/AMA wants to reward the students through a night of relaxation, silliness,
and socializing with interprofessional peers all while raising money to give to charities that help our fellow neighbors in West Texas. The event, the Masquerade Promenade,
will be a masquerade ball and will include a dinner and a dance with all proceeds staying in Lubbock. The three charities involved are Testicular Cancer Foundation, Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health,
and the SaveMyHeart Challenge.