Learn How TMA Will Work for Rural Physicians at the Capitol



The 2019 Texas legislative session will kick off in January, and as always the Texas Medical Association will work with lawmakers to champion medicine and protect the sanctity of the patient-physician relationship. 

What will that mean for rural physicians like you? 

Tune in to a 30-minute Virtual Meeting for Select Counties to learn about TMA’s strategies for the session from TMA Vice President of Public Affairs Darren Whitehurst, and to find out more about organized medicine from John Flores, MD, chair of the TMA Council on Socioeconomics. 

The meeting is set for noon (CT), Thursday, Dec. 6. Simply click on the virtual meeting webpage at noon to tune in. 

Have a question for Mr. Whitehurst or Dr. Flores? Send it in advance to counties[at]texmed[dot]org

This is the first in a series of virtual events that TMA is launching to reach physicians in rural counties. We ask you to share your feedback with us about your experience at counties[at]texmed[dot]org.


Last Updated On

December 01, 2018

Originally Published On

November 27, 2018