American Medical Association
See what your national medical association is doing for physicians and their patients.
County Medical Societies
Find links to Texas county medical society Web sites as well as CMS officers in a Word document and PDF.
The various state specialty societies in the House of Medicine represent the interests of their members, provide education and advocacy for physicians and allied health professionals, and promote high quality, cost-effective care for all patients.
The Texas Medical Association Political Action Committee (TEXPAC) is the political arm of TMA. It's the largest bipartisan political action committee in the state and ranks first in size among other state medical association PACs. If you haven't joined TEXPAC its not too late to get involved.
The Texas Medical Association Alliance (TMAA) is a group of individuals passionate about protecting the future of medicine through community service and legislative advocacy. Founded in 1918 by physician spouses, the Alliance has grown to include physicians, residents, and medical students. TMAA provides a community of support, mentorship, and lasting friendship in the Family of Medicine.
For decades, Alliance members have worked to improve the health of Texans. TMAA brings TMA-sponsored programs like Hard Hats for Little Heads, Walk With a Doc, and Be Wise - Immunize to their communities, in addition to promoting TMAA's own initiatives. In spring of 2019, TMAA launched an Opioid Take Back Symposium, providing drug disposal kits and informational brochures to attendees and bringing speakers to share firsthand experience and expertise on addiction. TMAA is also piloting the Texas BookShare program, where physicians "prescribe" books to children to educate them on healthy lifestyles.
The TMA Foundation was created with a mission "to fund initiatives with the power to help physicians create a healthier future for all Texans." These initiatives focus on TMA's public health and science priorities: health promotion and disease prevention; targeted public health issues; science-based clinical decision making; public health advocacy and resources; scientific information; and border health. They are based on physician expertise and medical science, and encourage effective public-private partnerships.
Williamson County and Cities Health District
Local Public Health Department with legal responsibility to assure the public's health. Involved with infectious disease outbreak response, safety net services for uninsured, WIC (Women, Infants, Children), eligible screening, retail food inspections, administering vaccines to uninsured or underinsured children and adults as well as serving as County Health Authority in times of outbreaks or quarantine necessity.