State Oral Health Coalition
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Community Water Fluoridation
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SAVE THE DATE
2014 Texas Oral Health Summit
November 6-8, 2014
Wyndham Garden Austin
“Oral Health: State of the State” is the featured plenary on Friday. Attendees will have choices of specially designed symposia scattered throughout the conference covering school-based oral health programs, adult (elderly) oral health care and maternal child oral health issues.
Thursday will provide a variety of additional CE courses, an opening reception, poster presentations, and a discussion of health equity and diversity.
Call for sponsors/exhibitors and poster presentations. Please see the pdf's below for additional details.
2014 Strategic Plan
For additional information please visit:
- Increase Oral Health Awareness
- Increase Interprofessional Collaboration
- Improve Public Oral Health
- Increase Access to Care
Who We are...
TxOHC is a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c) (3) state oral health coalition. This partnership is comprised of various stakeholders that include: medical and dental related professionals, community agencies, faith-based organizations, policy developers, insurance companies, professional educators, public members, and state and government entities Members that are collaborating and working together in finding solutions to strengthen the health safety net and expand the oral health care network in Texas.