Welcome to the new official homepage of the Society of Critical Care Medicine - Texas Chapter!!

The SCCM Texas Chapter is a multidisciplinary organization composed of critical care practitioners, whose purpose is to foster collaboration among caregivers at a state level for the enhancement of patient care. Members of the chapter include physicians, nurses, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, physician assistants and other health care professionals.

The Texas Chapter's mission is to provide its members with educational opportunities, professional resources and a chance for networking with other critical care professionals from across the region in order to improve the quality of critical care. The website provides you with information regarding chapter leadership, meeting schedule, membership benefits, research opportunities and resources. Please feel free to contact any of us with questions, or regarding interest in participation. For additional information, you can visit the SCCM national website at: www.sccm.org

We are delighted you are interested in the Texas Chapter. Should you decide to become an official member, your membership to the Chapter will allow you to further your professional successes and growth.


Alan I. Fields Awards

Applications for the Alan I. Fields Award are now open. Please submit your SCCM abstracts HERE

For more information on the Alan I. Fields Award please visit our Research page!


SCCM Texas Chapter Awards

Nominations are open for SCCM Texas Chapter Awards from October 1, 2017 to November 30, 2017.

Please visit the Awards Page for further information.

The following link may be used for nominations: https://sccmtexaschapter.formstack.com/forms/sccm_texas_chapter_2017_awards_nomination



SCCM Texas Chapter Speakers' Bureau

(Click here to sign up)

The SCCM Texas Chapter Speakers’ Bureau was created to identify potential speakers and presentations for use throughout the year in a variety of areas. Proposed educational topics may be selected for use at the annual Texas Chapter symposium, SCCM national congress, local meetings or other educational events. Speaker information will be maintained in a secure database that is only accessed by SCCM Texas Chapter executive council and committee chairs.

Topics submitted should be critical care in nature and be of interest to the members of our organization. Please fill out the speakers bureau form completely.

Filling out the speakers bureau form provides potential speakers to invite, but does not guarantee an invitation to present.

All potential speakers and presentations must be submitted electronically using the link above.