WORKING FOR A HEALTHIER CENTRAL TEXAS
The Mission of the Travis County Medical Alliance and the Travis County Medical Alliance Foundation is to assist the Travis County community with health related needs and to foster social networks for the families of medicine. The TCMA/ TCMAF works in conjunction with the Travis County Medical Society and is an affiliate of the Texas Medical Association Alliance.
The TCMA was founded in 1924 and members are physicians and their partners who reside in and around Travis County.
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July 28, 2021
Book Review by Jan Wilson
News of the World
September 30, 2021
St. Louis House meal preparation.
Contact Debbie Chilton to participate.
October 3, 2021
Dell Medical Student Welcome
In conjunction with TCMS
October 19, 2021
General Board Meeting
Travis County Medical Society
PPE Available for physicians
TCMS is partnering with the Capital Area Trauma Regional Advisory Council (CATRAC) to procure and distribute PPE to local physicians as supplies are received.
If your spouse or their group needs PPE, please have them complete the Supply Request Form. TCMS will contact them with instructions on where the PPE can be picked-up.
NOTE: In an effort to distribute supplies to as many physicians as possible, they may not receive 100% of the requested quantity. There may also be items requested that are not available.
Fit Test by Appointment
TCMS now provides fit-testing of N-95 masks on Thursday afternoons. Physicians can sign up for fit testing here or, if Thursday afternoons are not convenient, call (512) 206-1249 to arrange a special appointment.
TCMS has also purchased a particle counter and is offering mask filtration testing. Physicians who have a mask that they would like to have filter tested, can drop it off or mail it to TCMS at 4300 N Lamar, Austin, TX 78756. Please include at least one mask and the original outer packaging which includes the name, manufacturer, and model number. Also include physician’s contact information so that results can be relayed.
The data obtained by this testing are made public and accessible on physicianselfdefense.org.