Welcome to the Texas Club of Internists!
We enjoyed seeing everyone in Dallas, the meeting was a huge success!
We hope to see you in New Orleans!
The Dallas meeting was a tremendous success. Daniel DeMarco, MD planned an incredible meeting with outstanding CME lectures from Dallas area physicians. The spouses toured the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum and had lunch at the elegant Zodiac in the original Neiman Marcus Downtown.
Many thanks to Dr. Michael Emmett for his presentation on “Physician Involvement in the Nazi Party” a memorial lectureship for Dr. L. Rodney Rodgers.
Rodney Rodgers, MD was a longtime member of the Texas Club of Internists who passed away in December 2012. Dr. Rodgers specialized in internal medicine at Philadelphia General Hospital for three years and practiced that specialty in Houston from 1949 to 1994. His greatest achievement was practicing the quality medicine taught him by his mentors, T.M. Durant, George Hermann and Raymond Gregory. He loved caring for his patients and enjoyed his professional career. He and Ivy often said that the TCI was their favorite medical organization.
Dr. Michael Emmett graduated from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia in 1971, first in his class. In medical school he received 4 major awards and was president of the local chapter of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. After considering a number of academic and nonacademic offers, in July 1976 Dr. Emmett joined Dallas Nephrology Associates and the staff of Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) in Dallas. Dr. Emmett is an outstanding chairman of medicine, a magnificent teacher, a medical scholar, and a man who cares deeply for his fellow human beings.
October 10 - 15, 2015
New Orleans, LA
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