The Texas A&M Emergency Care Team has afforded me the opportunity to expand my desire for public service and reveal my passion for emergency medicine. Consequently, this organization has helped me greatly move toward my ultimate goal of becoming a peace officer and tactical medic.

Zach Quick '19, Secretary

Political Science | The Colony, Texas

This student organization has equipped me with critical-thinking skills that will benefit me in my future career in public health. It exposes you to people in their greatest times of need, when they’re most vulnerable. Being able to respond to distress with a solution is a powerful, fulfilling experience.

Hanna Bailey '19, Internal Education Coordinator

Public Health | Kerrville, Texas

TAMU Emergency Care Team

Texas A&M University Emergency Care Team began in 1976 as a student run medical organization to bring emergency medicine to the university. This all-volunteer student organization is committed to providing the best quality emergency medical care to Texas A&M students, faculty, and visitors. Members provide medical assistance to standby EMTs at most major university events, including football games and other athletic events, Corps of Cadets events such as March to the Brazos, Greek events, and at the Recreational Sports facilities. Members also provide training opportunities such as first aid, CPR, and other educational opportunities.

Learn more about the Texas A&M Emergency Care Team.

Photo essay by Athlyn Allen ’19
Marketing Intern
Division of Student Affairs