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  • Dallas Physician Is TMA President

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    The Texas Medical Association installed Dallas surgeon Rick Snyder, MD, as its 158th president. He took office in a ceremony before TMA’s House of Delegates policymaking body at TexMed, TMA’s annual conference, in Fort Worth. He will lead America’s largest state medical society for one year.

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  • Outgoing TMA President Gary Floyd, MD, United Texas Physicians

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    Less than a month into his tenure as the Texas Medical Association’s 157th president, Corpus Christi pediatrician Gary W. Floyd, MD, faced a shocking act of violence: the May 24 mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde.

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  • TMA Awards Highest Honor to Two Physicians: “This is Why Organized Medicine Is So Important”

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    TMA Awards Highest Honor to Two Physicians: “This is Why Organized Medicine Is So Important” TMA bestowed the Distinguished Service Award on past President Diana Fite, MD, and El Paso pediatric infectious disease specialist Gilbert Handel, MD, celebrating their decades of work and dedication to the profession of medicine. It was just the fourth time TMA has presented the award to two physicians at once.

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  • Texas Medicine Magazine

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    Texas physicians make natural leaders, and that’s never clearer than when they meet at TexMed. This year’s gathering – in Fort Worth – will see new TMA leaders installed and cast a vision for the impact that more than 57,000 TMA members can have when they act together. TMA's newest president, Rick Snyder, MD, wants to see advocacy become part of physicians' DNA and equip them for practice viability.

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