Author Archives: McLennan County Medical Society

BU/MCMS Medical Ethics CME Event – Free to MCMS Members

Why We Should Listen:  Patient Satisfaction, Burnout, and Ethical Medicine Friday, September 8, 2017   6-8:30pm Dinner and Presentation Cashion Academic Center – Banquet Hall, 5th Floor RSVP REQUIRED by Sept. 4:  admin@mclennancountymedicine.org or (254) 776-2882

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Governor Signs TMB Sunset Bills

Statement by Carlos J. Cardenas, MD, president of the Texas Medical Association (TMA), in reaction to the passage and signing into law of the Texas Medical Board (TMB) Sunset bills — Senate Bill 20 (which extends the life of TMB) … Continue reading

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Texas House Approves Sending First Two Special Session Bills to Governer

The Texas House tentatively approved two bills Thursday that will keep several state agencies from closing. The chamber is expected to give the measures final approval tomorrow, sending them to the governor By Kirby Wilson, The Texas Tribune The Texas … Continue reading

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Happy National Doctors’ Day 2017!

The McLennan County Medical Society recognizes and celebrates physicians this March 30, 2017 for National Doctors’ Day.  Established as a national day in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, we take this opportunity to pause and say thank you to … Continue reading

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Texas Two Step CPR

Texas Two Step is a free 5-minute training session in hands-only CPR designed to teach participants how to potentially save a life. Step #1:  Call 911.  Step #2:  Begin hands-only CPR by pushing hard and fast on the center of … Continue reading

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National Women Physicians Day – February 3

National Women Physicians Day was first observed in 2016, on February 3.  This date marks the birthday of legendary female physician, Elizabeth Blackwell, a strong and influential figure who changed the career of medicine by becoming the first American woman … Continue reading

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