greater than 960
768 to 959
480 to 767
480 or less

Board of Directors meetings

Every month our Board of Directors convene to discuss the highlights of the healthcare community. This monthly meeting is open to member physicians, residents, students and other healthcare personnel.

 

Committee Meetings

TCMS is proud to be a part of and host 14 different committees that serve Tarrant County physicians and its residents. Each Committee hosts monthly meetings. For more information, visit our Committee section on our About Us page.

 

Monthly Physician Health & Wellness

Monthly meetings to helped impaired Tarrant County physicians Identify impairment, find treatment and review rehabilitation.

 

Membership Information

 

 

Annual Presidential Installation Reception

Tarrant County Medical Society and its members elect a new President every year. To welcome our newly-elected leader, TCMS hosts the Installation Reception that all members of the Medical Society are welcome to attend. Will be held in February.

 

Annual Golf Tournament

Spend an afternoon hitting the course and mingling with your colleagues at our annual tournament. Will be held in September.

 

Annual Referral Night & Card Swap

TCMS is proud to offer a fun evening of networking with your fellow physicians over drinks and dinner. Bring your business cards to swap - gain new referrals! Will be held in August.

 

Annual Gold-Headed Cane Award Dinner

The Gold-Headed Cane Award is used to recognize physicians who are outstanding members of our medical community. TCMS is privileged to host the Award Dinner in honor of the year’s recipient at the distinguished Fort Worth Club. This will be held in October.

 

Annual Retired Physicians Holiday Luncheon

Once a year, TCMS hosts a luncheon for our Retired, Life and Emeritus member physicians for the holidays. Will be held in December.

 

Bi-annual Women in Medicine Initiatives

Twice a year, the Women in Medicine committee hosts an event that promotes networking and collegiality and presents ideas and solutions for issues specifically affecting female physicians in Tarrant County. More details to come.