TMA Alliance

Webinar Thursday to Address Coping With COVID-19 Stress - 06/17/2020

As part of a new series of online enrichment webinars, the Texas Medical Association Alliance is hosting a webinar featuring Valerie Smith, MD, on how to cope with uncertainty during COVID-19.


Join Discussion on Treating Opioid Addiction - 11/13/2019

To help you gain a better understanding of opioids, the Nueces County Medical Society (NCMS) Alliance is hosting a symposium on addiction, prevention, treatment, and recovery later this month.


Keep Texans Safe And Healthy; Support Community Projects - 11/05/2019

Each year, local medical societies or alliance chapters may apply for up to $7,500 in matching funds from the TMAF Medical Community Grants program. The TMA Foundation Board approves the grant funding during its meeting in September.


TMA, Associated Organizations Elect Leaders - 05/21/2019

Members of the Texas Medical Association, TMA Foundation, and TMA Alliance elected new leaders during TexMed 2019 in Dallas over the weekend.


“We don’t want to go back to those days, ever.” - 07/02/2018

TMA Alliance member James Duerr is as passionate as the doctors he advocates for.


TMA President Touts House of Delegates’ Political Strength - 05/18/2018

The 152nd Annual Session of the Texas Medical Association House of Delegates opened in San Antonio this morning with outgoing TMA President Carlos J. Cardenas, MD, reminding delegates of their ability to effect important health care change.


A Century of Service - 03/08/2018

Today, that group for doctors’ wives has morphed into the TMA Alliance, a powerful political, community, and service organization that relies on the volunteer efforts of both men and women, both physicians and spouses.


Save the Dates for First Tuesdays at the Capitol - 03/01/2017

Your patients and your profession need you to be a lobbyist for a day. Mark your calendar now to join the Party of Medicine in Austin for First Tuesdays at the Capitol during the 85th Texas Legislature on Feb. 7, March 7, April 4, and/or May 2, 2017. The March 7 event is designated the official TMA Alliance First Tuesday, as well the young and newly licensed physician event. The April 4 event is dedicated to medical students and residents. Registration is now open.


Don't Miss First Tuesdays at the Capitol in 2017 - 01/04/2017

Your patients and your profession need you to be a lobbyist for a day. Mark your calendar now to join the Party of Medicine in Austin for First Tuesdays at the Capitol during the 85th Texas Legislature on Feb. 7, March 7, April 4, and/or May 2, 2017. The March 7 event is designated the official TMA Alliance First Tuesday, and the April 4 event is dedicated to medical students and residents. Registration is now open.