Dozens of Medical Societies for Texas Orthopaedic Surgeons
Orthopaedic surgeons are faced with dozens of choices in terms of medical society membership, as you can see in the slide behind Henry Ellis, MD.
What makes TOA unique? TOA is the only organization that focuses 100 percent of its advocacy efforts on issues that affect Texas orthopaedic surgeons and their patients. TOA is also building the future of orthopaedics in Texas. Stakeholders turn to TOA for its expertise on musculoskeletal issues.
Bobby Hillert | Executive Director
Bobby@toa.org | 214.728.7672
Active & Associate Membership: $500 / year
Orthopaedic surgeons who are licensed in the state of Texas and in good standing with the Texas Medical Board and are either board certified by the ABOS or American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery or are board eligible may become TOA members.
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TOA features a half-price membership ($250 instead of $500) for first-year members.
Military: $175 / year
Military members meet the same requirements of active members. However, they are currently serving in the military and may be licensed by another state.
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Resident/Fellow: $0 / year
TOA places an emphasis on the future of orthopaedics in Texas by helping residents and fellows through their training journey.
All residents and fellows are automatically TOA members at no cost.
Residents are asked to e-mail Bobby Hillert to ensure that they are receiving TOA’s e-mail updates that detail opportunities for residents and fellows.