EDINBURG, Texas – DHR Health and Texas A&M University Health have expanded their collaboration in clinical research and graduate education.

The two institutions held a signing ceremony at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance on March 29.

Leaders from both institutions said the collaboration will offer better integrated services for the local population.  

The speakers for DHR were:

• Dr. Manish Singh, Chief Executive Officer 

• Dr. Carlos Cardenas, Chairman of the Board 

• Dr. Kip Owen, Board member and Orthopedic Surgeon 

The speakers for Texas A&M were:

• John Sharp, Chancellor, The Texas A&M University System

• Jon Mogford, PhD, Chief Executive Officer and Senior Vice President, Texas A&M Health

• Amy Waer, MD, Dean, Texas A&M School of Medicine

The emcee was Marcy Martinez, DHR’s director of public relations and corporation communications. 

Here is raw video from the event:


After the partnership agreement had been signed, Dr. Cardenas added more comments. Here is a video recording of his remarks:


Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three-part series on the new DHR-Texas A&M partnership. Click here to listen to part one. Part Three will be posted in our next edition.

Editor’s Note: The main image accompanying the above news story shows John Sharp, chancellor of Texas A&M University System.

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