To improve the cultural competence of health-care service providers for Hispanic communities
To enhance health research that serves the Hispanic population in the Southwest
To increase the number of Hispanic health providers
The Arizona Hispanic Center of Excellence promotes the health of the community by meeting the needs of the state’s growing Hispanic population.
The Hispanic Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) Graduate Fellowship Training Program Overview (GFTP) provides paid and unpaid training opportunities for undergraduate students, graduate students and recent graduates. It is open to students interested in working on Hispanic health research. Fellows are placed throughout the United States within government agencies and academic institutions.
In observance of Binational Health Month, the UA Cancer Center is examining how Arizona can improve the health of the Latino population by addressing health disparities, strengthening cultural competence and increasing diversity.
The Hispanic Center of Excellence in collaboration with the University of Arizona Health Sciences community invites you to commemorate National Hispanic Heritage month. #HispanicHeritageMonth