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Questions About Treating Obstetric Patients During COVID-19? Ask the Experts

Managing pregnant and postpartum patients during the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way obstetrician-gynecologists provide screenings and treatment, in both hospitals and clinical practices.

Pick up your phone at 7 pm (CT) Monday, May 18, for the Texas Medical Association’s next Tele-Town Hall meeting on COVID-19, specifically for Texas OB/Gyns. Hear from Texas physicians who will share COVID-19-related epidemiological trends, clinical best practices, and tips for improving your practice’s financial viability, including how to effectively use telemedicine and patient outreach.

Our tentative list of speakers includes:

  1. Catherine Eppes, MD, Baylor College of Medicine
  2. Valerie Smith, MD, member of TMA’s COVID-19 Task Force
  3. John Thoppil, MD, president of the Texas Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  4. Joseph Valenti, MD, chair of TMA’s Practice Viability Workgroup 

There’s no need to RSVP or register for this event. TMA will call the home telephone number on file in your membership records. If you prefer we call a different number – or don’t call at all – please email that information to the TMA Knowledge Center by 5 pm (CT), Thursday, May 14.

TMA designates this townhall for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.  

During this interactive, hour-long event, you can ask questions of our panel. TMA President Diana Fite, MD, will host, and Eugene Toy, MD, chair of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists District XI (Texas) will moderate the call.

Get the latest information about the coronavirus on the TMA COVID-19 Resource Center.

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