"I think we just do amazing work when we are sitting together as one and thinking about it as, as a single message with many voices." – John Carlo, MD
House Bill 4, the Medical Malpractice and Tort Reform Act of 2003, went into effect on Sept. 1, 2003, thanks to advocacy by TMA, TAPA, TMLT, and others. Read about this TMA moment in time.
Your wellness matters – to you, your family, your colleagues, and your patients. TMA offers a menu of resources to help you actively put your Wellness First.
Free access to job board and career planning resources; designed with physicians and medical professionals in mind.
*For a limited time: TMA annual dues are prorated to half-price for the remainder of 2023 for first-time and returning members (not dropped in 2023).
Leadership Summit(Winter Conference)Jan. 25-27Hyatt Regency Austin
TexMed 2024May 2-4Omni HotelDallas, TX
TMA and AMA Meeting Schedule
This month details the 2023 Legislative Wrap Up.
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