Update: TMLT Website Services are Back and Fully Available

April 7, 2015 Laura Hale Brockway

Our system upgrades are complete. Website services, including online payments, the myTMLT members-only site, and online CME are once again available. 

Please note: you will now need to log in using your myTMLT account information to make a payment. If you do not have an account, you may create one by selecting the "New User" registration link for either an individual or group administrator on the myTMLT log in page. These links will take you to the appropriate application form to create an account.

As a way of saying "thank you" for your patience during this upgrade, you should have received a complimentary gift in your email on April 8. If you did not receive this email, please check your spam or junk folder. Be sure to add TMLT to your email address book to ensure you receive all communications from TMLT. Also, if we do not have your email address on file, please contact TMLT Customer Service at 1-800-580-8658, ext. 5050.

Thank you, again, for your patience. 

About the Author

Laura Hale Brockway is Assistant Vice President of Marketing at TMLT and has more than 17 years of experience in communications, 15 of those years with TMLT. Ms. Brockway has also worked for Seton Healthcare Family and the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. An honors graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Ms. Brockway holds an Editor in Life Science (ELS) certification from the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences. She is also a contributor to Ragan Communication’s PR Daily website and is the author of the blog, impertinentremarks.com. Laura Brockway can be reached at laura-brockway@tmlt.org.

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