Group memberships

The TMA is a good investment for large physician group practices, hospitals and other physician employers because it allows more physicians to participate in and directly influence how medicine is regulated at the state and national levels.

We fill a unique role that benefits both the physician and his or her group, taking on the big issues to help physicians excel in the workplace.

We all win when we work together.

What is the value?

Let us show you the real value of a TMA membership.

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Group Discounts

TMA offers membership dues discounts for some large groups and organizations.

GROUP PRICING


Contact Us

Contact us to talk about a membership package for your group.

CONTACT US


Christy Reeves

Membership Manager
615.460.1669
christy.reeves@tnmed.org

Group Benefits

  • CEOs of our group members consult regularly with the TMA President, Board Chair and CEO about issues impacting medicine in Tennessee.
  • Group leaders receive dedicated time and attention, as needed, to coordinate and collaborate with TMA legal and legislative staff on issues affecting their practice.
  • Physicians can use TMA to get directly involved in issues that may otherwise be seen as self-serving, such as reimbursement and scope of practices issues.
  • TMA can address issues that a group, hospital or health system may not feel is a priority but is high priority to practicing, licensed doctors.
  • TMA helps physicians become better doctors through leadership training programs that are focused on high-quality, low cost, team-based healthcare delivery models.
  • Members can gain valuable experience through TMA that will help them pursue leadership positions within the group, hospital, or elsewhere in their careers.
  • Alignment with TMA on public health issues helps a group’s professional image, and industry and government relations.
  • All physicians in a group membership are considered members of TMA and their corresponding component medical society and are granted full access to the websites, email newsletters and magazines, polls and surveys, legal reference material, online education and TMA staff resources.
  • Staff personnel in all-in member groups can contact TMA on behalf of their physicians.
  • Different groups and other entities use the TMA to connect and strategize on issues of mutual interest.
  • Doctors have access to additional professional resources and social networking outside of their group, if desired.