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Assessment and Care for Trauma Survivors (ACTS) Clinic

Virtual follow-up care for trauma and assault

The Texas A&M Assessment and Care for Trauma Survivors (ACTS) Clinic provides virtual follow-up care for individuals 18 and older who have experienced trauma and violence such as sexual assault, domestic violence, strangulation and physical assault.

Using telemedicine technology, patients receive follow-up treatment with an advanced practice registered nurse using a mobile phone, tablet, computer or any connected device. Telemedicine allows patients to communicate in real time with a health care provider without having to visit a physical clinic or doctor's office. 

Follow-up care after trauma or an assault is essential. Providers can answer additional questions, perform further assessments, plan treatments, order additional laboratory and radiology studies, and more. Patients may also be referred to other providers for additional care if needed.



  • Follow-up medical care
  • Laboratory testing
  • Radiology testing
  • Mental health care referrals


Denise Carlton

Denise Carlton, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC, FNP-C

Nurse Practitioner
Anna Lichorad

Anna Lichorad, MD

Medical Director