TMAA Events



ALLMED is the TMA Alliance’s annual conference open to all TMAA members. The event includes TMAA’s annual business meeting, expert speakers and educational sessions on topics of interest to alliance members, the annual awards luncheon, and opportunities to connect with alliance colleagues from around the state. The conference is held in conjunction with TexMed, TMA’s annual conference. Plan to be in Dallas May 2-4 for ALLMED 2024 as we keep "Going *FAR* Together." 

Annual Awards Luncheon
Each year, local alliance chapters are honored at the annual awards luncheon during ALLMED. The 2024 awards will recognize outstanding local efforts in membership, advocacy, and community outreach (criteria appear below). TMAA will recognize local chapters that reach the bronze, silver, and gold levels of achievement. The alliance with the greatest achievement, i.e., the most points, in an award's categories will receive that particular award. To be considered for an award, please complete the TMA Alliance Blue Ribbon Awards Rubric (fillable PDF) and submit it via email to TMAA.  Deadline to submit applications is April 5.

Regional Conference
The TMA Alliance Regional Conference offers members leadership training opportunities and roundtable sessions related to growing and engaging local alliance chapters. This conference rotates around the state among local chapter locations.

County Leader Listening Sessions
Local alliance leaders gather monthly via Zoom to share their challenges and successes and to learn about resources available from TMAA to enhance work going on locally. The county leadership listening sessions were launched in 2020 to allow local alliance leaders to meet and learn from one another. The meeting occurs the third Tuesday of each month at noon.

Doctor’s Day
Local alliance chapters honor community physicians each year on March 30, National Doctors’ Day. This annual observance recognizes the contributions and service of physicians to their patients, community, and society. Local recognitions range from social media campaigns to billboards and yard signs to parties honoring physicians or fundraisers for local programs in honor of physicians.