The more than 100 members of the Lamar-Delta County Medical Society welcome you to our web site. We serve more than 150,000 residents in Northeast Texas and Southeast Oklahoma, centered in Paris, Texas - approximately 100 miles northeast of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.
Family of Medicine
Join with your colleagues to serve patients locally, with support from the Texas Medical Association and your colleagues across the state.
Strength in Numbers
Turn grassroots advocacy for your patients into legislative success, backed by the united voice of TMA’s 50,000 members.
Sharpen your skills in practice management, communication, and other areas. We offer more than 100 on-demand courses.
Tools and Services
Find resources for your practice to help with HIPAA compliance, contract negotiation, human resources, fair payment, and much more.
Physician members of the Lamar-Delta County Medical Society are general practitioners and specialists covering all major medical fields. Members are in good standing with the Texas Medical Association and meet regularly for updates pertaining to medically related legislation, current events and trends, and scholarly research and data.
Philanthropy is very important to the Lamar Delta Medical Society. Recent projects included funding bicycle helmets that were donated to children at the 2013 PROJECT BIKE bike rodeo. We also have a recurrent grant to the Paris Lamar County Health Department to fund primary care visits and labs for indigent patients.
The Lamar Delta Medical Society considers small grants to help fund community projects aimed at improving health in our community. A grant application is available for download here.
The Paris Lamar County Health Department is a primary care clinic, immunization clinic, stop smoking clinic, WIC provider, and healthy resource for all City of Paris and Lamar County residents. www.parislamarhealth.com
St. Josephs Community Foundation is a source of grants and scholarships targeting medical needs in Lamar and Red River Counties. www.sjcfparis.org
The doctors of our society practice in alliance with the following local hospital. Please visit their web site to find out more: Paris Regional Medical Center
The Lamar-Delta County Medical Society annually awards up to four scholarships of $1,000 each to area high school graduating seniors and continuing college students in pursuit of a medically related degree and career (medicine, nursing or allied health care).
Applications are due by May 1st and are limited to residents of Lamar County or graduates of a Lamar County high school. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of both academic performance and financial need.
Applications should be turned in, mailed or faxed to:
Mark R. Campbell, M.D.
420 N. Collegiate St.
Paris, TX 75460
Download the application now in the format of your choice: