- About TPS
- Membership Information
- Annual Meeting
- Preceptorship Program
- TPS Foundation
- Additional Resources
The Texas Pediatric Society, the Texas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, is a state professional non-profit organization of 2,800 Texas pediatricians and 600 medical students. We believe that the most important resource of the State of Texas is its children, and we pledge our efforts to promote the physical, emotional, and social health and welfare of all children in Texas. Texas Pediatric Society supports its members by keeping them well-informed about the legislative, economic, and medical issues that affect the practice of pediatrics.
Join the Texas Pediatric Society today and experience first-hand how you can make a difference! Need to renew? Just click here.
Mention on the TPS Membership Application in the text box "How Did you Hear About TPS" so that we have a better understanding of how to reach out to pediatricians in Texas, who may not be aware of our services.
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From matching our members as medical students through the Pediatric Preceptorship Program to retirement as a Life Member, Texas Pediatric Society offers an array of services throughout your pediatric career. Check out the Texas Pediatric Society Membership Reference Guide for more information.
TPS 2012 Accomplishments is a great way to see your how your involvement helps.
Sections allow physicians to participate in TPS at various stages of their career. They are open to all dues paying TPS members at no extra fees.
Take an active role in one of TPS's many committees
Find out which membership you may obtain.