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Houston Emergency Physician Elected Speaker of TMA’s House of Delegates
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Houston emergency physician Arlo F. Weltge, MD, was elected speaker of the Texas Medical Association (TMA) House of Delegates, the association’s policymaking body. “It is an honor to be elected speaker, the presiding officer, of the Texas Medical Association’s House of Delegates,” said Dr. Weltge. He credits TMA for its embrace of collaborative governance. He has been an active member of the TMA House of Delegates for 20 years.

Dr. Weltge is an experienced parliamentarian, having served four years as vice speaker of the House. He also served as speaker and vice speaker for the American College of Emergency Physicians, from 2007 to 2011.

Dr. Weltge is a board certified emergency physician and has practiced for 38 years. He has been an active member of TMA and the American Medical Association for 40 years.

Because of his extensive leadership experience in state and national health care issues, Dr. Weltge received the John A. Rupke Legacy Award in 2014 for his lifelong commitment to the American College of Emergency Physicians. He was president of the Texas College of Emergency Physicians in 1994.  

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