The Dallas County Medical Society (DCMS) is the professional association representing physicians, residents and medical students in Dallas County. DCMS has grown from 30 physicians to over 9,000 since its inception in 1876. DCMS is a leader at the local, state, and national levels and is the second-largest medical society in the country.

Benefits of DCMS Membership


The mission of the Dallas County Medical Society is to promote public health, advocate for physicians and their relationship with patients, while upholding professionalism in the practice of medicine.


PPE supplies donated to DCMS members

COVID-19 Vaccines administered to physicians

Physician, resident and student members

Legislative Action Alerts sent to legislators during the 87th legislature

Upcoming Events

The final session of the series will focus on risk management and preparing and preventing workplace violence as well as the steps to take following an event.
Join fellow DCMS members and their families for Shakespeare Dallas' summer performance of Twelfth Night.

News & Announcements

Submit your comments using the Draft Policy Comment Submission (HHS Form 1342). VDP will consider the comments when developing the final policy and share the final policy and implementation information later.
Texans have new tools to understand conditions around maternal and child health in the state. The Texas Department of State Health Services has launched new public data dashboards on maternal health and infant health as part of its Texas Health Data
Citing research that shows social media could be negatively impacting youth mental health, Dr. Vivek H. Murthy said a surgeon general's warning on social media platforms, similar to those on tobacco and alcohol products, could raise awareness for par