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Welcome to The Department of Family Medicine

David PriceWelcome to the Department of Family Medicine website! As you browse through our site, you will find detailed information on our Residency Program as well as many other initiatives taking place within our department, including highlights from Research, Education and our innovative programs.

The Department of Family Medicine is an academic department which offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs in Family Medicine. We are an exciting, rapidly expanding Department with over 300 residents and undergraduate learners taught, each year, by our more than 900 faculty members who are committed to providing the best possible training and learning opportunities for our learners.  More...

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TAPESTRY puts students on the front line of home healthcare

Have you ever wanted to be part of something that could impact someone’s life? McMaster students Joyce Chan (Arts & Science) and Brandon Tang (Biology and Psychology) are part of a volunteer team that can say they’ve found a way to have that impact.
Have you ever wanted to be part of something that could impact someone’s life? McMaster students Joyce Chan (Arts & Science) and Brandon Tang (Biology and Psychology) are part of a volunteer team that can say they’ve found a way to have that impact.

McMaster Family Physician Awarded Prestigious College of Physician & Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) Council Award

Keyna Bracken has been awarded the prestigious CPSO Council Award, selected from among all physicians in Ontario.
Keyna Bracken has been awarded the prestigious CPSO Council Award, selected from among all physicians in Ontario.

Tapestry project given $6.4M by Health Canada to weave community volunteerism into better primary health care

A project that will stitch together community volunteers, home visits and e-health technologies to improve health care has been launched in the Department of Family Medicine.
A project that will stitch together community volunteers, home visits and e-health technologies to improve health care has been launched in the Department of Family Medicine.
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