Mission
The Texas Regional Chapter of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine (TXSAHM) is a multidisciplinary organization committed to improving the physical and psychosocial health and well-being of all adolescents and young adults in the state of Texas. TXSAHM promotes adolescent and young adult health care and fosters communication among professionals who care for youth. It encourages cooperative projects in health care delivery, professional development through continuing professional education, advocacy, and clinical research with a specific focus on adolescents and young adults in Texas.

Vision 
Texas Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine will be the leader in promoting optimal health and well-being for adolescents and young adults.

Membership
Membership to TXSAHM is open to all persons, professionals and professionals-in-training involved in service, teaching, or research programs concerned with the health of adolescents.
 
Professional in-training status must be substantiated in writing annually by the trainee's program director.
 
Interested professionals can seek membership in the local chapter without being a member of the national organization. Officers of TXSAHM must hold membership in the national organization.

Membership in the national organization is not a prerequisite for membership in a Regional Chapter. Annual Chapter dues can be paid via the SAHM online renewal form/application

Meeting Minutes

Leadership

May Lau, MD
President
 
Sharonda Alston-Taylor, MD
Immediate Past President
 
Karen Johnson, PhD, RN
Vice President

Rachel Dawson, DO, MPH
Secretary-Treasurer
 
Tim Roberts, MD
Member-at-large
 
Rachel Wolfe, PhD
Member-at-large
 
Contact
TXSAHM@outlook.com

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