2014 TOA/TOF Annual Meeting
Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 8:00 AM - Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 4:45 PM (CDT)
EVERYONE ATTENDING NEEDS TO REGISTER!
Make plans today to join us for one of the largest orthopaedic meetings in Texas. For more information, please click here.
April 10-12, 2014
Event times are subject to change, please visit closer to meeting date to get the most updated information.
TOA's President, Patrick M. Palmer, MD, and TOA's Program Committee Co-Chairs Joel W. Jenne, MD and Matthew C. Morrey, MD have put together an outstanding continuing medical education program this year.
Earn up to 15.00 hours of CME (21 hours if you also attend the coding course on Thursday) while enjoying this fabulous Hotel. There will be great speakers, up-to-date procedures to see and, of course, the we'll be right there on the fabulous Riverwalk in San Antonio!
Invite your orthopaedic staff to join you in learning the most cutting edge techniques and procedures. Orthopaedic Physician Assistants, Nurses, and Physical Therapists are all invited to attend!
Annual Meeting: Transfers/substitutions are welcome eight (8) day prior to the date of the program. Cancellations received in writing at the TOA office eight (8) days prior to the program will receive a refund – minus a 20% percent handling fee. If you do not cancel or transfer prior to end of day on April 2, 2014 then the entire fee is non-refundable. ICD-10 Coding Course: Per the eMail sent Tuesday, April 1, 2014 to the email address on file for course registration: transfers/substitutions are welcome nine (9) day prior to the date of the program. Cancellations received in writing at the TOA office nine (9) days prior to the program will receive a refund – minus a 20% percent handling fee. If you do not cancel or transfer prior to end of day on April 1, 2014 then the entire fee is non-refundable.
When & Where
Texas Orthopaedic Association / Texas Orthopaedic Foundation
The Texas Orthopaedic Association strives to assure the citizens of Texas excellence in musculoskeletal health by uniting orthopaedic surgeons and promoting the highest professional, ethical and moral standards.
Mission: Collaboration and alliance with other medical societies, citizen's groups and organizations whose concern is the health of the Texas citizens. Texas Orthopaedic Association looks to the future with goals of Citizens having understanding of preventative and maintenance of musculoskeletal health.
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to:
1. Foster cooperation between orthopaedic surgeons in Texas
2. Encourage scientific, educational, and charitable endeavors which will promote and advance the science and art of orthopaedic surgery
3. Evaluate state and national health policy activities as they relate to orthopaedics in Texas
4. Maintain high professional, ethical, and moral standards in the practice of orthopaedic surgery in the State of Texas
The Texas Orthopaedic Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to support orthopaedic education and research that will lead to improved health and a better quality of life for Texans.
1. Create public awareness of the importance of musculoskeletal health in the State of Texas.
2. Encourage scientific, educational, and charitable endeavors which will promote and advance the science and art of orthopaedic surgery.
Support research and education on diseases and injuries of bones, joints, nerves, and muscles.
3. Enhance clinical care, leading to improved health, increased activity, and a better quality of life for patients in Texas
TOF wants to invite and enable orthopaedic surgeons, the orthopaedic community and all friends of orthopaedics to encourage Texans to build stronger bones.