Welcome to The University of Texas Medical School at Houston Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine’s world wide Medical Education Information Center (MEdIC™).
We believe self instructional multimedia learning is an effective health educational tool. This concept forms the basis of MEdIC. Due to medical practice restrictions by some states we cannot answer all questions concerning health information electronically.
The Medical Education Information Center of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston is a State and National leader in medical informatic support of quality medical practice and education. Our mission is continually improve and conduct a vigorous and innovative instructional program; to provide current and accurate information to support the clinical practice of medicine and in particular, pathology; to provide an instructional informatic model for the education of current and future physicians, scientists, health professionals, and patients; and to provide excellent medical education and informatic services to our physicians and the community.
Values How we accomplish our mission is as important as the mission itself. Fundamental to the success of MEdIC are these basic values.
People Our people are the source of our strength. They provide the skill, intelligence and altruism which determine our reputation and vitality. Involvement and teamwork are our core human values.
Services Our services are the end result of our efforts and they should be the finest in serving our health care providers and their patients. Our services are the basis on which each of us and MEdIC is viewed.
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