HSHPS provides a unique opportunity to meet with other like-minded institutional representatives who are passionate about building Latino presence and perspective in the health workforce. I truly believe that through collaboration with our HSHPS leaders we can build a future generation of Latino health care leaders!
John Paul Sanchez MD, MPH
HSHPS Board Member
Emergency Department, Montefiore, Wakefield Division
Chairperson, Einstein LGBT Steering Committee
Principal Investigator, Building the Next Generation
of Academic Physicians Initiative
The Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) Board of Directors cordially invites your institution to apply or renew your HSHPS membership. Our partnership is pivotal to addressing key issues affecting Hispanic health and the health of our nation.
HSHPS is a 501©3 non-profit organization established in 1996 composed of 33 schools of medicine and schools of public health that strive to improve the health of Hispanics through academic development, research initiatives and training. Represented by over 44,000 faculty and students, HSHPS is the only association for academic institutions that focuses on increasing the number of Hispanic health professionals and addressing health issues affecting the Hispanic community. Today, HSHPS has trained over 500 health professionals by collaborating with its members, national partners and federal agencies to implement programs that are critical to achieving our mission
Your active engagement as a HSHPS member institution provides your institution an opportunity to significantly strengthen our collective ability to improve the health of Hispanics through academic development, research initiatives and training. Membership dues are only $3,000 per year and support the planning and implementation of member exclusive benefits for your administrators, faculty, and students, including: reduced registration fees for our events, priority consideration for our programs, free advertising, and other benefits.
Apply or renew your HSHPS membership right away!
If you have questions, contact us by e-mailing HSHPS@hshps.org or calling 202-290-1186 to discuss how HSHPS can support your institution’s initiatives and goals of addressing the Hispanic health workforce shortage and health issues affecting the Hispanic community.