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    Check out the Member Discount page for exclusive offers around Austin for TCMS members.
    Tickets are currently available for Broadway Austin and and more. 

    Check back often, your TCMS membership allows you to enjoy Austin entertainment for less!  

    TCMS Medical Community Events Calendar - see dates and information about upcoming medical conferences and seminars

    Business of Medicine  


    TCMS/AISD Athletic Physicals  

    Volunteer to help underserved AISD students who need athletic physicals in April. TCMS helps over 1,000 students each year stay active in school sports.

    This year’s dates are:
    April 16, Burger Center (south)
    April 18, Delco Center (north)
    April 23, Delco Center (north)
    April 30, Burger Center (south)

    Details and volunteer information will be emailed to you soon.


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    First Tuesdays at the Capitol
    The Family of Medicine Needs You!

    TCMS and TMA continue to work for what’s best for patients and physicians, but your help is needed. Now is the time to stand up to the challenges being faced during the 86th Texas Legislative Session.  

    Known as the “White Coat Invasion,” physicians, residents, students, and Alliance members from around the state arrive en masse at the Texas Capitol on the first Tuesday of each month during the session.   

    TCMS staff will schedule appointments with local senators and representatives where you can share information and patient stories explaining why a piece of legislation is good or bad for patients and physicians.  

    Mark your calendar and register for the 2019 First Tuesdays at the Capitol!  

    May 7  

    Questions? Contact Belinda Clare at bclare@tcms.com or call 512-206-1124.  

    Issues facing medicine during the session include preserving physicians' rights to bill for services; improving Medicaid payment rates and reducing red tape hassles; protecting the patient-physician relationship; telemedicine; Sunset review of the Texas Medical Board, deflecting scope of practice threats and maintaining Texas' strong medical liability reforms.