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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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Patients, Let’s Remain Vigilant Against COVID-19 Infection! - Infographic

Patients, Let’s Remain Vigilant Against COVID-19 Infection! - Infographic

As Ontario’s family doctors, we are doing everything we can to keep you safe in our offices. Here are the actions you can take to keep yourself and others safe too.

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OCFP@OntarioCollege3.5.2021

Excellent news for family docs and primary care – more #CovidVaccine and an updated phase 2 plan from @ONThealth. #FamilyDoctors still in phase 1 for vax and we’re ready to vaccinate more Ontarians. #HealthyOntario #optimistic

OCFP@OntarioCollege3.5.2021

#PractisingWell includes managing our own mental health & substance use–important discussion this morning. Here are some physician wellness resources https://t.co/P2bjFbYZUk More about #PractisingWell: https://t.co/RiPEgWCCqU @UofTFamilyMed @javedalloo @drpselby @MnHolowaty https://t.co/jOumhxrAEC

OCFP@OntarioCollege3.5.2021

[email protected] identifies "vicarious trauma" as one of several under-identified stressors affecting physicians. There are practical strategies available to support resilience, avoid burnout #PractisingWell Some resources here: https://t.co/EMnSPNGaEQ https://t.co/VyAoZWq4sf

OCFP@OntarioCollege3.5.2021

In #PractisingWell CoP, Dr. Michael Kaufmann shares his struggles w/ substance use and reflects on the “risk factors of being a doctor”: "How do we tune into ourselves as people” to keep well. #SelfCompassion Some resources here: https://t.co/7x3t2EiMkQ https://t.co/nrjr5stXOn

OCFP@OntarioCollege3.5.2021

We have kicked off the first #PractisingWell Community of Practice discussion, with these excellent panelists, and the committee of @javedalloo, @DrLisaLefebvre and @MnHolowaty. The CoP is one component of a program that also includes #InformationExchange and #PeerToPeer connect https://t.co/JOSPqGI80E