Contents tagged with membership
Enhance your training
Texas residency programsFamily medicine can offer you a vital and satisfying career, and the 27 residency training programs in Texas can help you attain this … more
Meet TAFP’s officers
Mary Nguyen, MD | PresidentDr. Nguyen shares a family medicine practice with her husband in the rural town of Castroville and counts special needs advocacy as near and … more
TAFP councils and committees
COUNCIL ON WORKFORCE AND MEMBER ENGAGEMENT Objective: To advance the specialty of family medicine and strengthen our organization. The council will work to ensure a … more
TAFP local chapters
The Texas Academy of Family Physicians is the statewide organization dedicated to uniting the family doctors of Texas through advocacy, education, and member services. TAFP has … more
OfficersTAFP elects family physician members to represent the Academy in our officer positions: president, president-elect, treasurer, parliamentarian, and immediate past president. … more
Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Texas Family Docs blog (give or take a few days), gives us the opportunity to reflect on how we’re doing and give you, our members, a preview of what’s to come.
We launched on Jan. 10, 2011, with a goal to increase our connection with you and to encourage more interaction in the “post-health-reform era of rapid changes to the practice of medicine.” And we promised to share insights beyond our traditional news coverage on the issues you care about the most.
Maintain Your Membership
CME requirementsContinuing Medical Education is the cornerstone of the Academy. Here is a breakdown of the CME requirements for the Academy, the Texas Medical Board, and … more
In the spirit of the holidays, we’d like to take a moment to thank you for your continued membership.
Representing 7,000 family physician members, family medicine resident members, and medical student members across the state, TAFP stands strong with you in the mission to improve the health of your patients, families, and communities. You – our members – are our greatest asset and most precious resource, and what we can do together and learn from each other is the greatest member benefit we have to offer. We’re here to support you in your practice and we look forward to serving you in 2012.
From all of us at TAFP, happy holidays!more
Benefits of Membership
As a TAFP member, you unite yourself with Texas’ largest subspecialty organization and the only organization that solely represents family physicians. Because we are … more
Members of the Month: J. Mark Anderson, M.D., and Walter Gaman, M.D.
Southlake physicians share family medicine with broad audience
As hosts of a popular … more