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JAMP logo Joint Admission Medical Program Making the path to medical school a reality for Texans since 2003

 

COVID-19 Impact

The Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) actively monitoring the evolving COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic and its impact on our students. Currently, the JAMP application for Entry Year 2021 is opening on May 1, 2020 and closing on October 1, 2020.

For the latest updates on JAMP,
  at Texas Health Education Service.

  Welcome to JAMP!                      

Welcome from the Chair of the JAMP Council, Dr. Kellaway!

Dr. Kellaway, JAMP Council ChairThe Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) is a unique program, created by the Texas Legislature to provide support and encouragement for economically disadvantaged students from across the State of Texas to successfully matriculate into medical school and pursue a career in medicine. 

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Learn more about JAMP and what it can do to help you achieve your goal of becoming a doctor.

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Live Q&A with JAMP and TXHES

Join us for a Courage Session Live Q&A with the Texas Health Education Service where we address your questions about JAMP on Wednesday, June 17 at 1pm on our Facebook page.

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澳门老虎机娱乐网站官方lhjJAMP is a partnership between 11 medical schools and 70 public and private four-year undergraduate institutions in Texas.

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Visit our Featured Student Profiles page to learn about how JAMP has helped our students achieve their goals.

 

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