The TMA Resident and Fellow Section (RFS) serves as an advocate for physicians and patients through resident physician involvement in the creation of TMA policy. As a section member, you can craft policies and resolutions to shape the future of medicine. Join today and experience first-hand how residents – like yourself – have the power to make a difference in your community and your profession.
Are you a physician thinking about accepting an employment relationship? Discover in detail how to evaluate contractual arrangements so you can achieve and protect your best interest. This guide analyzes the risks, benefits, and other considerations of an employment decision. Before you sign an employment agreement, be sure to read this information-packed guide written by a seasoned attorney.
A quarterly report to all residents and fellows. The newsletter serves as a communication tool for residents statewide to address their distinctive issues, such as work hours, Physician-in-Training permits, debt management, licensing and credentialing, to name a few.
Step-by-step guidance and all the resources you need to pass the Texas Medical Jurisprudence exam and get your Texas medical license.
Ensure your Texas Medical Association and county medical society membership record is accurate by providing us with your new contact information and practice information. If you are staying in Texas and are a current member, you will receive complimentary membership for the remainder of the year. Take a moment to Update Your Information so we can be sure you continue to receive your benefits of membership.
Got Resident and Fellow questions? Call or email the Knowledge Center.