As the saying goes, everything is bigger (and better) in Texas. The same holds true for TMA. More than 56,000 physicians and medical students call TMA home.
TMA is here for you at every stage of your career. TMA is a one-stop source to help you practice medicine effectively in Texas. From setting up a practice to navigating the complex laws and regulations unique to our state, TMA can help.
Talk to a TMA staffer who supports membership, today. Questions or comments? Email me at president[at]texmed[dot]org. I'd like to hear from you.
Gary Floyd, MD President
Welcome to the Texas family of medicine. Enjoy a complimentary, one-month subscription to Texas Medicine Today – the e-newsletter with the latest news, alerts and resources for Texas physician members.
New subscribers will be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card; one winner drawn monthly.
Medical licensure in Texas is governed by the Texas Medical Board. Individuals eligible for licensure must successfully complete an accredited graduate medical education program, obtain board certification, and have no restrictions on their license and prescribing authority.
Each month, TMA's virtual series connects physicians with professional experts who can answer questions on legal, practice management, advocacy, and regulatory topics.
TMA has developed CME programs that fulfill specific mandates from state and federal agencies. Courses address human trafficking, opioid prescribing, OSHA and HIPAA – and are free for members.
When establishing or relocating a medical practice a myriad of tasks and important decisions await you. TMA Practice Consulting's turnkey practice setup service can ease the set-up challenges of starting a new practice or moving an existing one.
From comprehensive publications to quick tips, TMA offers a wide array of information, education, and resources for employed physicians. Learn your rights, and how to protect yourself and your patients.
New to Texas and have questions? Tap into the TMA Knowledge Center for expertise in medical economics, health law, practice management, membership and more.
Call or email the Knowledge Center.
Get introduced to medicine in Texas. Enjoy a complimentary, one-month subscription to Texas Medicine Today. TMA's e-newsletter brings the latest news, alerts and practical resources to physician members.
And that’s not all, to say "Welcome to Texas," newly licensed physicians (who have never been a member) can enjoy a 50% discount on full-dues for their first year of TMA membership.
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TMA was instrumental in passing landmark liability reforms that set a gold standard nationwide. Our help passing proposition 12 locked-in caps on noneconomic damages and created a more competitive market for liability insurance – ensuring practice doors stay open and patients have adequate access to care.
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