January 2023

In this issue...

Renew Your Membership
Ethics CME Presentation
Annual Chicken $%@ Bingo
TMA Winter Conference
Stand Up for Medicine

It’s Membership Renewal Time

2023 is going to be an exciting year for TCMS/TMA members and you won’t want to miss out. Renewing your membership for 2023 is fast and easy using any of the options below:
     • Call TCMS at 512-206-1270
     • Renew online
     • Set up an interest-free payment plan by calling 512-206-1242 or email rmorris@tcms.com

Drop date is March 1. Don’t miss out! Renew today.

Ethics CME Virtual Presentation, “Virtual Advocacy in Action”

January 25, noon to 1 pm

Learn how to make a difference during the 2023 Texas Legislative Session. From building productive legislative relationships to using grassroots advocacy tools that get results, TMA’s VP of Marketing & Communications, Pam Udall will cover everything from A-Z.


TCMS Annual Chicken $%@ Bingo

Only the best for our members—and if Texas Monthly says Chicken Sh*#! Bingo at the Little Longhorn Saloon should be on your Texas bucket list, TCMS has you covered. Join us for tacos and drinks (cash bar) in a down home, country dive made even more entertaining with the appearance of a live chicken and some lucky sh*#!
Monday, January 23, 2023
6:30 to 9:00 pm


TMA Winter Conference

January 27-28, 2023

Join us for the 2023 TMA Winter Conference on Jan. 27-28 at the Hyatt Regency Austin. In preparation for the 2023 legislative session, the gathering will center around “One Voice: Advocating for Our Patients and Profession.” Register now to reserve your seat.


2023 First Tuesdays at the Capitol
Legislators need to hear from you--their physician, medical student, and alliance constituents--to understand how proposed legislation can potentially impact the practice of medicine in Texas.
Join the white coat invasions on:
February 7
March 7
April 4
May 2

Attend TMA's First Tuesdays and learn how to:
1. Become well-versed on the issues facing medicine this session
2. Inform your senator, representative, and their staff about these issues.
3. Learn other important steps you can take to educate your legislators.