Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation

Caring for our Community, Involving
Our Entire Family of Medicine

Lunch & Learn!

Virtually & In Person

Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation

Over 100 years of Contributing to the Health,
Education and Care of the Community.

Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation

Over 100 years of Contributing to the Health,
Education and Care of the Community.

Mission Statement

The Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation (DCMSAF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote health education through community programming, to preserve and maintain the historic Aldredge House, and provide financial support to other 501(c)(3) organizations.

Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation

Over one hundred years ago, we were a group of women married to doctors drawn together to serve the community by providing health education and outreach. Later we were given a mansion on Swiss Avenue, the beautiful Aldredge House, for our headquarters of which we have taken great care. Today we are quite different. Wives of physicians are still the nucleus of our organization, but now we are an exceptionally multi-faceted group with approximately 400 members, including physicians of all ages – both male and female.

We still maintain our headquarters so well that we have been honored with several awards. From that place, Aldredge House, we grow projects to still serve the community, as we did over 100 years ago, in the area of health education and outreach, and within its walls we present high-caliber programs to the community and our members.

“Gene Editing” Final Topic of Spring Programs

“Gene Editing” Final Topic of Spring Programs

MAY 19, 2021 The house was full at the final DCMSAF program of the spring season for honoring the Alliance Retired Physicians in their inaugural year and in anticipation of the program on Gene Editing, presented by the internationally renowned molecular biologist Eric Olson, PhD. Dr. Olson is...

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Installation of Officers of the 2021-2022 Boards of Directors

Installation of Officers of the 2021-2022 Boards of Directors

MAY 26, 2021 The final membership meeting for the 2020-2021 leadership year on Wednesday, May 26, celebrated the work of the outgoing directors and the installation of the incoming officers of the Medical Alliance. Coming together as fully vaccinated friends at their Aldredge House headquarters,...

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Recipient of State of Texas Historical Marker from Texas Historical Society, Recognized for being the oldest Alliance in the Country. All other Alliances, national, state or country, were formed after Dallas County.

Popular Covid-19 Panel Discussion

Distinguished Panel Discussing Covid-19 Epidemiology and What’s on the Horizon

Covid-19 Panel Discussion Participants

Dr. Haley is currently Professor of Internal Medicine, Distinguished Teaching Professor, and holder of the U.S. Armed Forces Veterans Distinguished Chair in Medical Research.  He also founded the Division of Epidemiology at UT Southwestern.

Robert Haley, MD

Dr. Columbus, a specialist in Infectious Diseases, is a member of the Dallas County Medical Society’s Community Emergency Response and Infection Control and Prevention/Antimicrobial Stewardship Committees.

Cristie Columbus, MD

Dr. Casanova serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Palliative Medicine at Texas A&M University  Health Science Center College of Medicine and serves on Baylor University Medical Center’s Medical Board and Advisory Committee.

Mark Casanova, MD

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The Aldredge House

The Historic Aldredge House is the home of the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance Foundation.