BHHS is a comprehensive health and human service academy that provides training for secondary and post secondary education. This academy is unique in its delivery of healthcare service and healthcare training. As STEM Academy we actively engage participants, in our effort to increase the participation of minorities and women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine. BHHS recruits and educates students from elementary school to college; we provide challenging training, seminars, and symposiums on STEM topics. BHHS is a member of organizations and associations with similar missions and objectives. BHHS seeks decrease the healthcare worker shortage by increasing the number of women and minorities in scientific research, social science, along with healthcare quality and access.
BHHS has volunteered, sponsored projects, or advocated for the American Heart Association, March of Dimes, Office of Minority Health, End Homelessness, National Girls Collaborative, Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day, American Cancer Society, Breast Cancer Awareness just to name a few. As a STEM organization we actively seek partners and collaborations to increase the positive impact of STEM projects and STEM Research. Students enrolled in our BHHS Healthcare Academy research emerging fields in health, healthcare, medicine, science, and technology. Students visit health facilities, speak with scientist, engineers, nurses, case managers, human service & public health professionals, as well as medical doctors on topics of interest.
Mission : prepare graduates to enter the health care field or post secondary institutions prepared to learn and serve others with skill, ethics, and compassion; culturally sensitive and respectful of patients rights. Students are introduced to Health, Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Robotics, HIT, and Medicine to create an holistic understanding of the nexus between effective and efficient of quality healthcare and STEM. The edification of health information, health education, health resources, innovative research is predicated on students understanding of the synergy between all models of human service; the Public Health Model; the Medical Model; the Social Welfare Model, and the Human Service Model. STEM and HHS are based on the ontological assumption that students, patients, healthcare providers, social service agencies and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service . are extended networks of care essential to integrated healthcare access and delivery.
Vision: increase the number of students from diverse background, cultures, and experiences to the healthcare profession.
The expected outcome of this effort is train community health promoters and healthcare professionals to recruit, educate, and train citizens in inner city; urban center, and rural communities of America; increasing the number of culturally diverse healthcare professionals prepared to decrease healthcare disparities; while decreasing the healthcare worker shortage in underserved communities. The overall impact of HHSA is to improve healthcare quality; healthcare access, healthcare delivery, while decreasing churning, reducing healthcare cost, and increasing the number of minority healthcare professionals.
BHHS students are prepared and trained to deliver patient centered care using clinical ethics, recognizing that families are essential to patient wellness. Students are informed by current research, business and industry professionals in healthcare edify the nexus between healthcare cost and workplace health promotion.
Enrollment requirements are different for each program. All programs require an application, uniform, and textbooks. All programs are designed for participants to enjoy and engage in education, healthcare training and cultural enrichment required to serve patients, families, and communities in Pan America and around the world.
Healthcare providers are required to follow specific guidelines based on the healthcare regulations, license, certification, and/or the transfer of credits to other schools or universities.
Healthcare is profession that requires background checks for individuals working in allied and public health. Each applicant is required to provide a background check; acceptance is based on admission guidelines; skills admissions counselor provide ethical and accurate information relevant to program selection and student acceptance.
Healthcare students are subject to a background check. Please note that healthcare administration, promotion, and education do not have the same strict requirements as direct care providers.
BHHS student may choose from any disciplines or domain in healthcare. BHHS students are surrounded with opportunities. We are less than 20 minutes from the famous Texas Medical Center
Houston is the Mecca of healthcare providers and number (1) one in the nation is healthcare delivery; and moving toward the status of top city for Research.
Houston provides the opportunity for healthcare workers to seek employment in a variety of healthcare settings.
Ambulatory care, Behavioral HealthCare, Critical Access Hospitals, Home Care, Hospitals, Laboratory Services, Long Term Care, & Office-Based Surgery.
According the CMS Kaiser State Report; Texas & Louisiana have challenges to be addressed. BHHS is a human service healthcare agency; we focus on providing holistic services to: individuals, families, healthcare providers, and business to improve healthcare quality, delivery, access, and outcomes. BHHS provides an opportunity for healthcare providers to train, research, explore, and network.