Our Community Outreach

The physicians of ABPA are actively involved in Community Programs/Health Fairs. Our ABPA physicians serve as role models at career fairs and inspire the youth at over 20 elementary, middle, and high schools in the Austin area. Contact us to get involved. Looking to participate in the ABPA’s mission to improve the health of the Black community? We welcome requests for participation! Complete this form to submit your request.

Ways in which we serve:

  • Black Doctor Directory
  • Vaccination Drives
  • Community Programs
  • Health Resources – Conversations with Black Doctors
  • Health Fairs
  • Career Fairs
  • Student Mentorships
  • Student Scholarships
  • Annual Fundraising Gala to support students
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JOIN US

ABPA provides multiple opportunities for our network of Black Physicians to get involved within the local community including physician membership engagement, fundraising campaign for student scholarships, student mentoring, and community health promotion activities.

HOW WE SERVE

  • We support, promote, and encourage the education of our medical and premedical students via scholarships and mentorships.

  • We form partnerships with like-minded stakeholders to decrease health disparities that directly and adversely affect Austin, Texas, and our surrounding communities.

  • We create collaborative avenues for engagement while attaining health and wellness for the community and health care providers.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR MISSION

Find a Black Doctor

Looking for a Black doctor? Search our database to find a Black doctor in the Greater Austin area.

Community Outreach

We work extensively throughout Greater Austin providing services that help improve the health of our community.

Students

Our mentorship and scholarship programs help encourage and support the next generation of Black doctors.

ABPA PHYSICIANS

Serve your community by supporting our mission and inspiring the next generation of doctors by becoming a member and mentor via our organization.

Make a contribution

“Prevention is better than cure.” – Desiderius Erasmus

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