• International Medical Graduate Section

    • IMG Mission: To Promote Diversity and Integration in Texas Medicine

       Welcome to the International Medical Graduate (IMG) Section webpage! The IMG Section was created in 1997 to promote diversity and integration in Texas medicine and provide a direct means for IMGs to participate in activities of TMA.

      All IMGs are invited to participate in the TMA IMG Section, which is devoted to the unique issues and concerns of all IMG physicians. A diverse group of physicians with a common vision, this section meets three times a year in conjunction with TMA conferences and the annual meeting of the House of Delegates.


  • IMG Section News and Information

    • Governing Council Elections

      The TMA International Medical Graduate Section Governing Council is elected to direct the activities of the Section at the state level. Congratulations to the 2015-2017 IMG Section Governing Council.
    • Save the Date

      Join us at TexMed 2016 for the IMG Section Business meeting which is scheduled to be held on Saturday April 30, from noon – 1:30 pm, in Dallas at the Hilton Anatole. 
    • New to Texas

      TMA strives to be your one-stop resource for everything you need to care for your patients. That is the reason we developed the New to Texas webpage dedicated to guiding you through the process of getting our medical license and stting up your practice. Check out all of the resources available.
    • Physician Rankings

      Learn more about reviewing and disputing physician rankings in Texas via TMA's white paper. Just another example of the great membership benefits to ensure your practice stays strong and viable.
  • IMG Section Resources

    • AMA International Medical Graduate Section
      3,500 members strong. The American Medical Association International Medical Graduate Section represents and promotes the interests of physicians who graduated from medical schools outside of the United States or Canada.
    • TMA Boards, Councils and Committees
      The Texas Medical Association elects and appoints physicians to TMA boards, councils, and committees that lead, study and recommend action on issues of the day.
    • Border Health Caucus
      A united partnership representing more than 9,000 members and composed of TMA's county medical societies from the border region in addition to Bexas and Nueces county societies. BHC's primary goal is to communicate a unified message about state and federal legislative and regulatory issues affecting physicians.
    • IMG Resources
      Find links to the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, Educational Testing Service, National Ethnic Medical Society Links, National Resident Matching Program, Texas Ethnic Medical Society Links, U.S. Medical Licensing Examination, and other IMG-related sources.
    • Calendar of Events
      See all upcoming TMA events.