The alliance community supports its members through the life cycle of a medical career, from training and residency through the practice years and into retirement. Members can become an active alliance member by joining a local chapter and TMAA. If you don’t have a local alliance, you can become a TMAA member at large. TMAA provides benefits and leadership opportunities beyond the local chapter.
Who Can Join?
Alliance membership is open to the spouses or partners of physicians, resident physicians, or medical students, as well as to physicians, residents, and medical students in Texas.
Benefits of Membership
Members gain a support network of like-minded people who understand the unique challenges and rewards of a career in medicine. Local alliance chapters offer a variety of social events, interest clubs, volunteer and educational opportunities, and more. TMAA offers conferences to get to know members from across the state and hear expert presenters, access to ready-made outreach and advocacy programs, financial assistance and funding opportunities, and more.
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Annual dues include membership in both the local chapter and the TMA Alliance. While state dues are a fixed cost, local dues are determined individually and vary by chapter. Eligible members who live in an area with no active local chapter can join as a member-at-large, paying only TMAA dues.