About TMA

  • The TMA Career Center is Now Open

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    The Texas Medical Association has launched a new TMA Career Center, a one-stop location to find job opportunities in Texas; connect with top health care employers; and get assistance with your resume, job skills, and more.

    Check Out the New Resource  
  • Texas Medicine Magazine

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    Pushback from patients on medical advice and course of treatment is nothing new. But physicians say the degree of it has never been as pronounced as it is in the current phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. And it’s piling onto the already-existing assaults on physician mental well-being.

    Read The Latest Issue  
  • Protect Your Online Reputation With Help From TMA’s Ask the Expert Series

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    A physician’s online presence is vitally important, but maintaining it can be a potential minefield for practices. Now you can take advantage of resources on the topic shared during the TMA’s latest Ask the Expert event, Protecting Your Online Reputation and Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media, to help you put your best foot forward on the internet.

    Learn How to Drive New Patient Engagement and More  
  • COVID-19 and PPE Resources

    TMA has convened a task force to help Texas physicians respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Get the latest vaccine, patient care, and practice help information – including TMA's PPE Vendor Guide.

    All COVID-19 Resources

    Vaccines Defend What Matters

    Explore TMA's new Vaccines Defend What Matters campaign featuring fact sheets, videos, and social media graphics to help overcome vaccine hesitancy and increase vaccination rates in Texas.

    Public Education Campaign
  • Commentary: This Is Different

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    As physicians we’re used to encountering illness on a daily basis. And 18 months in, COVID-19 illnesses are unfortunately all too familiar.

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  • TMA to Texas: Follow the Science To Protect Against COVID-19

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    As it has done throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Texas Medical Association continues to stress the importance of wearing masks, practicing social distancing, washing hands frequently, and receiving a vaccine when eligible as the most effective ways to stop the disease.

    TMA Details Its Recommendation  
  • Edinburg Physician Becomes TMA President

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    The Texas Medical Association (TMA) installed Edinburg emergency internist E. Linda Villarreal, MD, as its 156th president. Dr. Villarreal was sworn in by a small gathering of the TMA Board of Trustees; departing TMA President Diana L. Fite, MD; and speakers of the TMA House of Delegates policymaking body during TexMed, TMA’s annual conference. Most attendees watched the conference virtually this year. She will lead America’s largest state medical society for one year.

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  • Deadlines for Doctors Keeps You Current

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    You can keep up with federal and state requirements that affect your practice by regularly checking TMA's Deadlines for Doctors.

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    TMA is helping to strengthen your practice by offering advice and creating a climate of medical success across the state. 

  • What could a TMA membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?