Welcome to Texas Society of Anesthesiologists
It shall be the purpose of the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists to advance, promote and support the practice of the medical specialty of Anesthesiology in the State of Texas.
The TSA is a voluntary, non-profit association of over 3300 members interested in the medical specialty of Anesthesiology and it is a component of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
TSA provides CME programs; advocates at the legislative, regulatory and legal arenas; and through its representation at the ASA, TMA and AMA it insures that TSA’s voice is heard at the state and national levels.
2014 TSA Annual Conference
Dates: September 4-7, 2014
Place: Hyatt Lost Pines, Lost Pines, TX
Theme: Ambulatory and Office-Based Anesthesia: Current Controversies and Challenges
TSA President's Acceptance Speech
by David Mercier, M.D., TSA President
Perhaps the most gratifying function of this role is the presentation of the plaque of appreciation to the past president. I’ve looked back through the history of our Society. I found very few instances where one president has had the honor of bestowing this plaque to a colleague from the same group or department.
Well, most of you know that Marty and I are at UT Southwestern together. Now it’s a pretty big institution. But, I’ve been privileged to work alongside him in the clinical setting on a fairly routine basis. This has given me a real opportunity to watch a true leader at work.
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• Senate Bill 406
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TSA Annual Meeting Sponsors and Exhibitors
TSA gratefully acknowledges US Anesthesia Partners/Greater Houston Anesthesiology & Pinnacle Partners in Medicine for their exclusive sponsorship of the 2014 Friday Night Welcome Reception.
The TSA acknowledges the following anesthesiology groups and companies for their support of the TSA 2014 Annual Meeting: