Why Join TMAA


What is the Alliance?

TMA Alliance (TMAA) is the largest, most important organization representing the family of medicine in the State of Texas. TMA, TMAA and the local county medical societies and alliances form a unified force to improve the practice of medicine, and the health of Texas in their communities and across the state.

Make a difference in your community

TMAA is grassroots driven organization with more than 28 medical alliances across the state. Physicians and their spouses who live in areas with no organized medical alliance may join as members-at-large, with no local dues, and represent medicine in their communities through involvement in various civic groups, political advocacy or individual activities. While activities at the county level vary widely, many participate in state-sponsored community health projects, sponsor local projects, and offer special interest groups for members such as Partners in Practice (members who work in their spouses' offices) and support groups.

The Alliance also raises funds for scholarships, research and grants, participates in health projects that improve people's lives, and protects the future of medicine through legislative advocacy.

Enrich your life

Attend state, regional and national workshops and seminars providing leadership, personal and professional development. TMAA also travels to individual counties to provide professional training to enhance leadership skills and advocacy outreach.

Belong to the family of medicine.

Develop lifelong friendships, build an effective network of co-workers, and find a ready-made support system for the unique challenges of life in a medical family. If you are a physician, the spouse of a physician, resident physician or medical student, you can also join this dynamic organization that advocates on behalf medicine.

 

 

If you are interested in membership or want more information about the alliance, please call (800) 880-7955, or (512) 370-1357. You can also visit texmedalliance.org to learn more and to become a member.

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Advocacy in Action

  • 360,000 vaccines were administered, the majority at no cost, to children and adults in Texas.
  • 320,000 free bicycle helmets were distributed to children all across the state.
  • 18,025 patients joined physicians and alliance members for walks to support healthy physical activity.
  • 1,180 visits were made with state legislators during the 85thLegislative Session (2017).

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