2020 Events

FBMS Business Meeting, Dinner, and CME (with Ethics) Presentation: Medical Marijuana: Pros and Cons 
Tuesday, February 27, 2020
6-8 pm
Perry’s Steakhouse
2115 Town Square Place, Sugar Land, Texas 77479
To RSVP, or for more information, please email sara.regalado@texmed.org or call (512) 370-1454.

FBMS Business Meeting, Dinner, and Presentation on Wealth Management and Tax Strategies for Physicians
Sponsored by Benzer Capital
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
6-8 pm
Sweetwater Country Club
4400 Palm Royale Blvd,, Sugar Land, Texas 77479
To RSVP, or for more information, please email sara.regalado@texmed.orgor call (512) 370-1454.

 2019 Events

Fort Bend Medical Society Women in Medicine Social at Kendra Scott
Sips, Sweets, Door Prizes, and 20% Benefits the Society.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
6 pm
Kendra Scott (16535 Southwest Freeway, #3000, Sugar Land, Texas 77479)
To RSVP, or for more information, contact Sara Regalado at sara.regalado@texmed.org or (512) 370-1454

Fort Bend Medical Society Meeting, Elections, and CME Presentation: Palliative Care and Pain Management
Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019
6-8 pm
Churrascos (1520 Lake Pointe Parkway, Sugar Land, Texas 77478)
To RSVP, or for more information, contact Sara Regalado at sara.regalado@texmed.org or (512) 370-1454

What: Fort Bend Medical Society Summer Social
When: Sunday, July 28
Where: Houston Museum of Natural Science, 13016 University Blvd, Sugar Land, Texas 77479
Time: 4-7pm
RSVP: To RSVP, or for more information, contact Sara Regalado, at sara.regalado@texmed.org or (512) 370-1454.


 2018 Events

Sunday, September 23, 2018

3-5 pm

AMF Stafford Lanes - Stafford, TX

Fort Bend County Medical Society Family Fun Mixer with Food, Drinks, and Bowling!

RSVP at sara.regalado@texmed.org or (888) 355-5697

 2017 Networking Social Events


Spring Networking Social, March 30th, 2017

The social event at the new Vino & Vinyl in Sugar Land was generously sponsored by Frost Bank and attended by many physicians and guests.  The evening began with glasses of champagne followed by wine of choice and delicious appetizers.  This amazing new venue is owned by Paul Killingsworth and managed by Rachel.  The original Vino & Vinyl in Missouri City was the venue where FBMS held their April, 2016 social and continues to be very popular.  Fort Bend Medical Society thanks Frost Bank for their support and generosity.

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Fort Bend County Medical Society Winter Networking Mixer, December 21, 2017  

Physicians came to relax and mingle with their fellow physicians at Churrasco’s in Sugar Land on Thursday, December 21, 2017.  The evening served as a welcome break from everyone’s busy and hectic work schedule.  Delicious hors d’oeuvres and wine were plentiful and thoroughly enjoyed by all. 





 2016 Networking Social Events


Spring Networking Social, April 16th, 2016 

Over 30 physicians met to sip a glass or two of wine, enjoy some delicious appetizers, meet the new Ft. Bend Society Medical Executive Board and network with fellow physicians and friends.  The event was generously sponsored by Mr. Kapil Mathur, Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley, who has continuously supported the Society year after year.  Paul Killingsworth, owner of the wine bar, closed his venue for the Society event. This amazing venue in Missouri City is a premiere wine bar/lounge and record store that supports local artists whose work is showcased around the bar.  Patti Parish Kaminiski, owner of Focus Magazine and Absolutely Brazos Magazine, attended and took photos.  The Ft. Bend Medical Society thanks these two generous gentlemen for their contributions and also Patti for her photography expertise!








Winter Networking Social, December 1, 2016

Azuma On The Lake in Sugar Land was the venue for the Winter Networking Mixer.  The event was generously sponsored by Marta Guerrero, Realtor and Michelle England, Capital One. The event was well attended by physicians, who came to mingle with fellow physicians and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere, wonderful food and drink.  Fort Bend Medical Society thanks Azuma On The Lake for the use of their beautiful upstairs room facility and Marta Guerrero and Michelle England for their support and generosity.







 2017 CMEs


Spring CME, May 25th, 2017

The first CME of the year was hosted by OakBend Medical Group, Williams Way Campus in Richmond on May 25, 2017. The CME program, "Health Care Data: Managing Cyber Threats” was given by Cathy Bryant, RN, BSN, MHA, CHPC who is the manager of the Product Development and Consulting Services department at TMLT. Cathy has had more than 30 years’ experience in the healthcare industry and has worked as a nurse, hospital administrator, risk manager, compliance officer, and consultant. The presentation was well received by the physicians. The program identified the emerging liability issues that exist when technology and medicine mix; described how to evaluate new technology when considering adding it the practice setting; and discussed how a physician can protect the PHI with a good cyber risk management plan.


 2016 CMEs


Spring CME, June 14th, 2016

The first CME of the year was hosted by OakBend Medical Center Main Campus in Richmond on June 14, 2016 who served a delicious meal and drinks.  The CME, "Social Media Risks" discussed how social media can impact the physician-patient relationship and how to identify and address critical issues before engaging in social media.  The presentation was given by Blaine Holbrook, JD who is a partner with Evans, Rowe & Holbrook, P.C.  He graduated from Texas A&M University and the University of Oklahoma School of Law. Since 1998, Mr. Holbrook has been assisting clients with professional liability defense, commercial litigation, premises liability defense, and related civil litigation matters throughout the state of Texas. Mr. Holbrook is also a frequent guest lecturer at the University of Texas Health Science Center.  Approximately 20 physicians were in attendance. 

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Fall CME, September 27th, 2016

The second CME of the year was hosted by Memorial Hermann Sugar Land on September 27, 2016.  Memorial Hermann served a fantastic meal and drink refreshments to approximately 20 physicians along with TMLT guest Tanya Babitch, Manager Risk Management Department.  The CME program, "Patient Today, Plaintiff Tomorrow: Essential Communication Skills for Today's Physician" was given by James Ruffin, Ph.D.  Dr. Ruffin is the owner of James Ruffin Consulting, a Trial and Litigation consulting firm in Dallas, Texas. He has assisted some of the nation's top law firms by bringing his experience as a senior special agent and his knowledge of human behaviors into the courtroom. As an expert in verbal and non-verbal behaviors, Dr. Ruffin is quick to determine the truthfulness of a witness and the credibility of testimony through voice and body-language alone. His years as an investigator, coupled with his criminal interviewing and interrogation techniques, make him an invaluable resource both in witness preparation and jury selection. In a results driven environment, Dr. Ruffin combines education and experience in a true scholar-practitioner fashion.    Those attending the CME were shown why communication is an essential component of today’s health care environment; how to build techniques designed to promote effective communication; how to recognize the effects of emotions and how emotions may impact case reviews; and how to formulate conflict management strategies to diffuse conflict between patient, physician, and facility. 

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