Our Mission

To provide students with an interest in the medical field with the necessary knowledge, experience, and leadership for a successful future career through both competitive and non-competitive events.




To encourage and foster interest in the healthcare field.

To support and raise awareness for current medical issues/health organizations.

To provide members with opportunities to learn about and develop skills and abilities essential to a successful healthcare career.




What are the requirements to be a HOSA member?

In order to count as a member of HOSA and participate in all our non-competitive events, you must be a DBHS student and complete our chapter membership application.

In order to participate in the State Leadership Conference or any other state or national event, you must be affiliated* with State and National HOSA (we will go over the affiliation process with all members in the beginning of the year). 

*To be affiliated, you must be or have been enrolled in a CTE (Career Technical Education) class on campus, off campus, or online. Qualifying classes include Health Careers, Sports Medicine, Forensics Chemistry ROP, and AP Psychology (as of 9/3/2016).

Contact us at if you have any questions.


How can I stay updated with DBHS HOSA events throughout the year?

You can stay in the loop by: 

  • Checking this website frequently (especially the "Calendar" tab), as it will be constantly updated

  • Joining our Facebook group here

  • Texting @dbhsh to 81010

  • And joining our email list by sending your full name, grade, and email to

You can do all the above, of course. Because why not?


I am a current DBHS student or I am an incoming DBHS freshman. How can I sign up?

You can sign up for HOSA by finding our table during Club Rush/Club Promotion Week out in the Upper Quad. You can also sign up anytime during the year by contacting


What is all the fundraising for?

In order to ensure that all motivated and talented members can participate in all HOSA events, we need to raise funds using all of our members' collective efforts. We strive to fundraise together so everyone dedicatated to HOSA and health care can be a part of this excellent organization.


How do I pick a competitive event to study for and participate in?

You may refer to our "Competitive Events" tab to locate all possible events. Go through the lists and see which event(s) suit you the most. Remember, every member is different. If you still have trouble deciding, feel free to speak to an officer or contact us at


How many competitive events do HOSA members normally participate in at SLC (State Leadership Conference)?

Members typically compete in around 2 events, and usually no more than 3. The rule is quality over quantity.


How can I support DBHS HOSA?

If you are a member, you can support HOSA by participating in all events (regardless of size), becoming a club officer (in May), donating, and contacting family, friends, and businesses to support HOSA. 


If you are a business or organization, you can support HOSA by sponsoring us. Please contact us at for all the Sponsorship materials. We greatly appreciate any kind of help!


Where can I find out more about HOSA?

National HOSA website:

California HOSA website:


Feel free to browse to your heart's content!