Texas Medical Center

About TMC

Texas Medical Center (TMC) is the world’s largest medical complex. Since opening in 1945, TMC has been pioneering patient care, research, education, and prevention.

TMC_LargestMedical_iconToday, TMC comprises: 21 renowned hospitals, 14 support organizations, 10 academic institutions, eight academic and research institutions, seven nursing programs, three public health organizations, three medical schools, two pharmacy schools, and a dental school.

Our VIsion

Our Mission

The mission of Texas Medical Center is to assist member institutions to achieve their goals for the highest possible standards of patient care, of medical and health education, and of related research; and to promote the well-being of all citizens within the local, national and international community.


The Center of Innovation

The Texas Medical Center (TMC)—the largest medical complex in the world—is at the forefront of advancing life sciences. As home to the brightest minds in medicine, TMC nurtures cross-institutional collaboration, creativity, and innovation. Because together, we can push the limits of what’s possible.

Unprecedented Collaboration

Our world-renowned patient care, research, and education institutions have one
common goal: transform the future of medicine. As the largest concentration of
scientists anywhere, we’re harnessing our collective knowledge, talent, and
technology to lead the next generation of innovation.

Our Commitment

TMC_LargestMedical_iconTexas Medical Center is committed to maintaining the highest standards of transparency and accountability. That’s why we openly share reports about our mission, programs, leaders, financials and accomplishments. We’re proud to be a valued partner in GuideStar Exchange, provided by GuideStar USA, Inc., the leading source of philanthropy and nonprofit information.

It is exciting to see the leadership of TMC and our community pledge their commitment to formalize collaborations across our member institutions. Together, we can form one of the most compelling and productive life science clusters in the world.

Robert Robbins, M.D. President & CEO, Texas Medical Center