Like many institutions, growing awareness about the impact of racism, inequality, and lack of diversity has prompted the Texas Medical Association to investigate their impact on medicine through the formation of its new Task Force on Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. “We’re not trying to be divisive. We’re about moving people together.
Early voting for the primary runoff elections is this week and ends Friday, May 20, so check out whom TEXPAC, TMA's political arm, is supporting in your district. Election day is Tuesday, May 24.
Keller pediatrician and long-term advocate Gary W. Floyd, MD, invoked George Strait and called on TMA members to band together in the face of "more public questioning and pushback than we've ever encountered" during a speech to TMA's House of Delegates at TexMed 2022 following his installation as the association's 157th president.
The Texas Medical Association House of Delegates installed Keller pediatrician Gary Floyd, MD, as its 157th president during TexMed 2022 in Houston in April - the first in-person meeting of TMA's annual conference and policymaking body since the beginning of the COVID-19 public health emergency. He is the fourth TMA president to serve during the ongoing pandemic and will lead America’s largest state medical society for one year.
TMA bestowed its highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award, upon Austin colon and rectal surgeon David C. Fleeger, MD, for his confident leadership during difficult times. More on a career of service.
If you think of one person who’s had a hand in the precedent-setting accomplishments of TMA's legal apparatus, that person should be TMA General Counsel Donald P. Wilcox – or “Rocky” as he’s known around the legal and legislative halls of Texas. Mr. Wilcox is retiring after nearly five decades of service to organized medicine.
TMA has convened a task force to help Texas physicians respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Get the latest vaccine, patient care, and practice help information – including TMA's PPE Vendor Guide.
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