TMA Membership. What You Need, When You Need It

Whether you're in a solo, small, or group practice, the Texas Medical Association has the essential advocacy, services, education, and tools for you.

Physician Advocacy

TMA advocates for you and your patients at the Texas Legislature and U.S. Congress and in the courtroom.


Practice Help

TMA helps you manage the business side of your practice.


Free CME

Hundreds of hours of CME and ethics courses are now available at no cost to members, compliments of TMA Insurance Trust.


What could a TMA membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?


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Magazine Story  

GME Momentum

In the 2020-21 biennium, state lawmakers approved $157 million in GME funding, up from $97 million in the previous biennium. Part of that money goes to state grants TMA championed to pay for new residency slots. In all, the state has helped fund 2,171 residencies, including 390 first-year positions. But the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown future GME growth into doubt.

By Sean Price

Cover Story

Magazine Story  

Threat Level High

COVID-19 has made a booming illicit business – ransomware – boom even louder. And the more medical practices and organizations fall victim to ransomware cyberattacks, the more illustrative it becomes how important it is to prevent such an attack. And if your data isn’t backed up … well, just don’t let that happen, because your options for recovery won’t be great.

By Joey Berlin