Texas Department of State Health Services
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The Texas Department of State Health Services is an agency of the state’s Health and Human Services System. It is one of the state’s largest agencies with a staff of 11,500 and an annual budget of $2.5 billion. Programs include disease prevention and bioterrorism preparedness, family and community health services, environmental and consumer safety, regulatory programs and mental health and substance abuse prevention and treatment programs.

Annual hospital survey
Charity care and community benefits report
Charity care and community benefits report -Part II
County fact sheet
Health Texas-2010
Texas Center for Nursing Workforce
Other health care workforce/manpower
Hospital licensing rules
Hospital Licensing
Trauma payments
Indigent health care
Public health issues (immunizations, drownings, etc.)
Communicable diseases
Infant deaths
Prenatal care
Low birthweight babies
THCIC UB 04 data
Statewide Healthcare Coordinating Council - State Health Plan
HOT Jobs Book
Health professional shortage areas/medically underserved areas
Birth data vital statistics
Birth data
Mortality data
Charity care thresholds - hospital specific
Charity care thresholds - hospital specific (1)
Charity care thresholds - hospital specific (2)
Charity care thresholds - hospital specific (3)