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We're Your  Family Doctors – We're Here to Care for You

We're Your Family Doctors – We're Here to Care for You

When you first contact us during this phase of COVID-19, we will use the phone or video first to ensure you are safe, keeping physical distancing in place to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

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Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) - Info, Resources & Tips for Family Doctors

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) - Info, Resources & Tips for Family Doctors

View information and resources on COVID-19 from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Public Health, along with OCFP's tips for family doctors to use in your practices. We will keep you informed as the situation evolves. Check our website regularly for more and developing details.

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Balancing In-person and Virtual Care: Family Physician Considerations

Balancing In-person and Virtual Care: Family Physician Considerations

In-person care is essential for many conditions and some of our patients cannot fully benefit from virtual care. Here's guidance on getting the right balance.

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Information session: COVID-19 Vaccinations for Children 5-11

Information session: COVID-19 Vaccinations for Children 5-11

OCFP together with the Ministry of Health held an information session for healthcare workers/immunizers on the COVDI-19 vaccine for young children. Access a recording, slides and resources from the Friday November 26 event.

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Confused about COVID? Family doctors answer your questions.

Confused about COVID? Family doctors answer your questions.

This series of downloadable PDFs was developed by family doctors to help Ontarians make sense of the overwhelming amount of available information about COVID-19.

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2023 Family Medicine Summit – Call for Abstracts

2023 Family Medicine Summit – Call for Abstracts

Now open! Deadline for submissions: June 12, 2022

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OCFP@OntarioCollege6.25.2022

1.3 million Ontarians don't have a family doctor and all signs point to this situation worsening. This impacts the entire health system. OCFP stands ready to work with the Ontario government to change this course. #Lifewithoutadoctor https://t.co/cBSuSwmgz0

OCFP@OntarioCollege6.25.2022

@LisaEsther6 @KatharineSmart @MorganHoffarth @namshine @TheAgenda An important piece. Thanks for speaking out on the issues family physicians are facing and the impact that has on the entire system. Ontarians want and deserve a family doctoe and functioning health system. #lifewithoutadoctor

OCFP@OntarioCollege6.24.2022

Congrats to our President, Dr. @ElizabethMuggah appointed Senior Clinical Advisor, Primary Care, for @OntarioHealthOH in Sept. She will lead the development of the first primary care strategy at OH bringing expert clinical advice to the direction of primary care provincially. https://t.co/cJq8ojlzxy

OCFP@OntarioCollege6.24.2022

We must: 1⃣ Ensure Ontarians have a family doctor working alongside a team, especially for those with complex medical needs 2⃣ Increase the time that family doctors can spend providing direct patient care 3⃣ Recruit and retain more family doctors within the province.

OCFP@OntarioCollege6.24.2022

In the best healthcare systems in the world, every patient has a family doctor—but 1.3 million Ontarians say they are living life without a family doctor. While this is a crisis, there are solutions, and Ontario’s family doctors are ready to work on those solutions. 2/3