About the Conference

Welcome to Texas College of Emergency Physicians’ (TCEP) Connect 2017 Conference! We’re glad you’re here. TCEP is proud to bring emergency physicians from across the state of Texas to Grapevine at the world-renowned Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center where you can stay, play and learn.

With acres of indoor gardens and waterways, the Gaylord Texan Resort offers world-class dining, entertainment, shopping and recreation all under magnificent glass atriums.

Travel & Lodging

TCEP members and their families also have access to special activities, including a Grapevine wine-tasting tour, glass-blowing day trip, and visit to nearby Legoland.

Why Attend

From new medical advances to policy and emergency medicine, you’ll learn new techniques and earn CME credits across various tracks.

Programs & Schedule

Keynote Speaker

Sudip Bose, MD

Partner of Neighbors Emergency Center in Midland, TX
Attending Emergency Medicine Physician

Dr. Bose is a health advocate, motivational speaker and a veteran advocate. He was selected as “Leading Physician of the World” by IAHCP (International Association of Healthcare Professionals) and as one of “America’s Health Care Leaders” by the American College of Emergency Physicians and Health Leaders Magazine. Dr. Bose will share his thoughts on Emergency Medicine in Texas at TCEP Connect.

    Testimonials

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    “Attending TCEP Connect 2017 will keep you at the forefront, both with clinical knowledge and the essential operational and political consensus that we must maintain to guard our patients and our practice!”
    AJ Kirk, MD, FF/EMT, FAAEM, FACEPJPS Emergency Medicine, IES/Baylor Scott & White Emergency Medicine
    “I am really looking forward to TCEP Connect! This year I am very excited about new opportunities for networking, residency reunions, and family friendly activities. I hope to see many of you there!”
    Heather Owen, MD, FACEPEmergency Medicine Consultants, Dallas
    “I see TCEP Connect as an event to help me adapt to our changing environment, learn from some of the specialty’s leaders, meet up with old friends and colleagues, network and be exposed to current issues in emergency medicine in Texas and the U.S.”
    Doug Jeffrey, MD, FACEP