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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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Celebrating CHAP-EMS and Paramedics Services

On Tuesday, May 24, a celebration at a City Housing Hamilton seniors’ residence marked both Paramedic Services Week and one year of the CHAP-EMS program running in Hamilton, Guelph and York Region.
On Tuesday, May 24, a celebration at a City Housing Hamilton seniors’ residence marked both Paramedic Services Week and one year of the CHAP-EMS program running in Hamilton, Guelph and York Region.

Dr. Dee Mangin’s Research Recognized for its Potential Impact on Clinical Practice

The Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University is pleased to announce that the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) has recognized two recent studies by Dr. Dee Mangin for the significant potential each has to impact clinical practice. Just ten studies, called Pearls, were selected to receive the honour this year.
The Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University is pleased to announce that the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) has recognized two recent studies by Dr. Dee Mangin for the significant potential each has to impact clinical practice. Just ten studies, called Pearls, were selected to receive the honour this year.

Professor Emeritus inducted to the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

Dr. May Cohen, a professor emeritus in the Department of Family Medicine, has been inducted to the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame in recognition of a remarkable career that touched the lives of countless students, colleagues and patients.
Dr. May Cohen, a professor emeritus in the Department of Family Medicine, has been inducted to the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame in recognition of a remarkable career that touched the lives of countless students, colleagues and patients.
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