AMA President Joins TMAF Gala as Honorary Chair

Susan Rudd Bailey, MD, TMA past president and current American Medical Association president, will serve as honorary chair of the TMA Foundation’s virtual gala, Superheroes: Meeting the Challenge, which is scheduled for Friday, May 14, 2021, during TexMed 2021, TMA’s annual meeting. The gala helps make TMA’s population health, science, and quality of care programs possible.

“Clearly the COVID-19 pandemic has called on physicians like no other threat has in our lifetimes,” Dr. Bailey said. “It’s with great pleasure that I join the TMA Foundation gala to recognize and celebrate the courage physicians have shown because of their singular dedication to the health of their patients.”

Dr. Bailey is an allergist in private practice and has been with Fort Worth Allergy and Asthma Associates for more than 30 years. She has a long history of service in organized medicine, having served as TMA vice speaker and speaker and as board chair and president of the Tarrant County Medical Society.

“Please join me, the gala-co-chairs, and the TMAF board by attending this virtual gala, which comes at a time when we need to remain strong and follow where the science leads us. The continued strength and resolve of our physician heroes is needed to see us to the very end of this pandemic,” Dr. Bailey added.

TMAF’s gala will take place as a virtual event from 7 to 8:15 pm (CT) Friday, May 14, with a preshow from 6:30 to 7 pm. It will feature a silent auction, special messages to the health care superheroes in Texas, entertainment from Austin musicians, a party Box for guests and more.

 Purchase your table or tickets  or call (800) 880-1330, ext. 1664, or (512) 370-1664 today for more intormation.

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