Welcome to Texas!
As the saying goes, everything is bigger and better in Texas. And that holds true for the Texas Medical Association. More than 47,000 physicians and medical students have chosen to be members of TMA. That many of your colleagues can't be wrong!
Grassroots efforts have always been at the cornerstone of our success, including the 2003 landmark package of liability reforms that sets the gold standard across the nation. But we don't stop there. We strive to be your one-stop resource for everything you need to care for your patients. That is the reason we developed this Web page dedicated to guiding you through the process of getting your Texas medical license and setting up your practice.
We hope you find the information helpful and that you will discover what your fellow Texas physicians already know, that TMA truly is "America's Best Medical Society." Join us today and gain a partner with over 150 years of experience and a proven record of success working for you!
Claim Your FREE Welcome Gift From TMA
TMA would like to welcome you to the Texas family of medicine and help you along your career path during this time of transition. Please accept one of three free, Texas-specific practice guides to help you in starting a practice, joining a practice or group, or joining a managed care organization.
Getting Your Texas Medical License
Texas Medical Board
Texas Medical Jurisprudence Manual/Study Guide
National Provider Identifier (NPI)
Texas Department of Insurance
Texas Medical Liability Insurance Carriers
Resources for Your Practice
County Medical Societies
Practice Consulting Services - Practice Setup Assistance
Policies & Procedures: A Guide for Medical Practices
Practice Management Toolbox
OSHA Program Manual for Medical Facilities
Billing and Coding
Electronic Medical Records Implementation Guide, 2nd Edition
Employee Salary Data
TMA Endorsed Vendors
TMA's Group Discount Programs
State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral Service
TMA Knowledge Center
Calendar of Doom State and Federal Regulations Guide
Reviewing and Disputing Phyiscian Ranking and Tierings in Texas