The Dallas County Medical Society (DCMS) is your professional organization of physicians, medical students and residents who are dedicated to serving North Texans in matters of medical care. Established in 1876, we have grown from our original 30 physician members to more than 7,500. Throughout all the changes in medicine, DCMS has remained a leader at the local, state and national levels. View the list of membership benefits available
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Membership in the Dallas County Medical Society is conjoint with membership in the Texas Medical Association. DCMS provides valuable services, programs and advocacy for physician members throughout the Dallas area. The online application is available via TMA's website.
Advocacy for Medicine
Stay up-to-date and involved in issues important to your practice during legislative and congressional sessions and interims. DCMS and TMA represent you and call physicians to action when needed. Become involved in political action committees at the local and state level. Read more.
Physician Practice Services
Turn to DCMS and TMA for help with the business side of your practice. Read more.
Access current information on more than 7,300 physicians in the Dallas County area. DCMS active members receive one free directory annually. To purchase an additional copy, click here.
For member-only access to DocBookMD™, a Smartphone platform designed by physicians for physicians that provides an exclusive, HIPAA-compliant network for doctors to connect, communicate and collaborate, click here.
Continuing Medical Education
Take advantage of our numerous free CME programs for physicians. For a full list of upcoming CME opportunities, click here.
Spruce up your referral base, network with colleagues and have fun! Check out the complete list of DCMS events.
Shadowing in Medicine
DCMS is pleased to partner with the University of Texas at Dallas in its Shadowing in Medicine program. The program facilitates opportunities for pre-health students to shadow healthcare professionals in clinical settings. Read more.
Disaster / Pandemic Preparedness
When a disaster or public health emergency strikes Dallas County, hospitals, physicians and other healthcare agencies coordinate their responses through the Dallas Medical Operations Center. DMOC is the centralized coordinator of all medical responses in the event of a regional emergency. To learn more or become a volunteer, click here.
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Resident/Fellow Member Benefits
TMA Resident Physician Loan Program
TMA Resident Loan Instructions and Application: For questions regarding the resident loans, contact TMA Educational Loans, Scholarships, and Awards at (800) 880-2828 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Endorsed Vendors & Business Resources
Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) is a Texas physician-owned company that provides professional liability insurance and risk management services.
TMA Insurance Trust (TMAIT) provides health, life, group, long-term care, and disability insurance at below market rates.
DCMS Circle of Friends and current advertisers in the Dallas Medical Journal and DCMS Directory comprise a valuable group of resources for the business side of your practice.
Learn more about how DCMS and TMA work together for you! Call 214-948-3622 if you don't find what you’re looking for on the Web site. For rapid access to TMA’s expertise in health care, health law, practice management, medical economics, and more, contact the TMA Knowledge Center at email@example.com or 800-880-7955. Additional benefits are listed in the TMA Member Benefits Flyer.
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