New Member Recruitment Campaign Texas Orthopaedic Association. “Just Bill ‘Em!”. Recruitment Goals. Contact and recruit as many non-member orthopaedic surgeons into the Association as possible Encourage involvement from Board Members and Committee Chairs
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“Just Bill ‘Em!”
Please consider this letter an invoice for TOA Membership dues. You can make your check payable to the Texas Orthopaedic Association and mail it in the envelope provided. Dues your colleagues have contributed to TOA all these years have been used for your benefit and on behalf of all orthopaedic surgeons in Texas. Now, we need your support!
TOA has dues. You can make your check payable to the directly been responsible for the success in fighting issues that may have negatively impacted your practice, such as the podiatry push to expand the scope of their practice unlawfully. When you wonder whether to financially support TOA…envision podiatrists operating on the knee. The workers’ comp fight has been lengthy
colleagues and sending in your dues dues. You can make your check payable to the . In order to be effective in our efforts to unite all orthopaedic surgeons in promoting the highest professional, ethical, and moral standards, we must have your help. Maureen A. Finnegan, MD and John S. Early, MD have offered to be your references.
TOA MEMBERSHIP DUES dues. You can make your check payable to the
2002 Dues: $ 350.00
Balance Due: $ 350.00
Getting a jump on encouraging involvement.