The Texas Academy of PAs (TAPA) joins over 50 other healthcare organizations in voicing support for vaccination efforts against the COVID-19 pandemic.

AUSTIN, TX For the past 50 years, and especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas PAs have played a critical role in caring for our fellow Texans. As vital members of the healthcare team, it is our duty to continue setting the standard of care and leading the way towards a healthier future.

TAPA believes in the efficacy and safety of the vaccine and believes that all people without a contraindication should be vaccinated. As such, TAPA joins the American Academy of PAs (AAPA) and more than 50 other prestigious medical organizations in their support of vaccination and masking requirements for healthcare workers, PA program administrators, faculty, and students. 

Protecting the health of all is our priority. Our efforts together will continue to save lives. 

The Texas Academy of Physician Assistants is a 501(c)6 not-for-profit organization leading PA organization in Texas that serves the profession through professional development, education, representation, legislative advocacy and a commitment to team-based care for the 10,000 Physician Assistants who serve as a vital resource to the medical community across the state of Texas.


Full Press Release available here.