Primary Care Transformation

Given the ongoing transformation of primary care being considered by the Ontario government, the OCFP is working on an evidence brief based on key informant interviews and a literature review on population-based planning and delivery of primary care services.

Residents Share New Research

On Nov. 14, join us at FMF 2015 and hear residents from across Ontario share their latest research and vie to win the Resident Research Competition.

President's Message

The increase in prevalence of Lyme disease raises questions of how we can better prevent, diagnose and treat this potentially serious illness. Working with other health-care providers and patient groups, family physicians play a vital role in getting the word out to the public.
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What we do The OCFP is the voice of family medicine representing over 10,000 family physicians providing patient care across communities throughout the province. Our mandate is to support members by providing evidence-based education and professional development, by promoting and recognizing leadership excellence in family medicine, and by advocating for the role family physicians play in delivering the highest quality care to patients and families across Ontario.