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Clinical Affiliates

Texas State's CLS Program is a 2 + 2 university-based program. Senior CLS students take their lecture/laboratory courses on campus and complete their clinical education assignments at the clinical affiliates which are within commuting distance of San Marcos. These affiliates include but are not limited to the following:
  • Austin Diagnostic Clinic, Austin
  • Austin Regional Clinic, Austin
  • Baptist Medical Center, San Antonio
  • Blood and Tissue Center of Central Texas, Austin
  • Capital Medical Clinic, Austin
  • Cedar Park Regional Medical Center, Cedar Park
  • Central Texas Medical Center, San Marcos
  • Christus Santa Rosa Hospital, City Centre, San Antonio
  • Christus Santa Rosa Hospital-New Braunfels, New Braunfels
  • CPL - Clinical Pathology Laboratory, Austin
  • Dell Children's Medical Center, Austin
  • Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, Seguin
  • Methodist Ambulatory Surgery, San Antonio
  • Northeast Basptist Hospital, San Antonio
  • PPD Pharmaco, Austin
  • Peterson Regional Medical Center, Kerrville
  • Seton-Edgar B. Davis Memorial Hospital, Luling
  • Seton Medical Center, Austin
  • Seton Medical Center-Williamson, Round Rock
  • Seton Northwest Hospital, Austin
  • Seton Southwest Hospital, Austin
  • South Austin Cancer Center, Austin
  • South Texas Blood and Tissue Center - Qualtex Laboratories, San Antonio
  • St. David's Emergency Center - Bastrop, Bastrop
  • St. David's Medical Center, Austin
  • St. David's Round Rock Medical Center, Round Rock
  • St. David's South Austin Medical Center, Austin
  • University Medical Center at Brackenridge, Austin


Possible enrichment (observation) sites:

  • Cenetron, Austin
  • MD Anderson Science, Science Park, Smithville
  • Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin 


Our program requires that students pass a criminal background check before placement in a clinical rotation. The background check is completed prior to clinical assignments.