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BU/MCMS CME Event: Equity in the Finance and Delivery of Health Care

Registration required:  (254) 776-2882 or admin@mclennancountymedicine.org FREE TO MCMS MEMBERS! Friday, September 14, 2018, 5:45-8:30 p.m. 5th Floor Banquet Room, Cashion Academic Building AMA PRA Category 1.5 CreditsTM)

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Following the Vaccine Schedule Protects Children From Deadly Diseases

Texas children have a better likelihood of fighting off diseases circulating at school if their parents make sure they get their shots before the first bell rings. Doctors urge parents to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) … Continue reading

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Dr. Tim Martindale Receives 2018 Gold-Headed Cane Award

Dr. Tim Martindale was presented with the Gold-Headed Cane Award by the McLennan County Medical Society at a banquet on Friday, April 13 at the Lee Lockwood Library.  This was the 19th year the member physicians of the McLennan County … Continue reading

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Former Waco Physician is Trump’s New Acting HHS Secretary

The McLennan County Medical Society is pleased that Don Wright MD, MPH, has been appointed by President Trump to replace Tom Price as Acting Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services.  He trained and practiced medicine … Continue reading

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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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