The Family Medicine Expansion Report looks at how a 10-year plan to address a shortage of family doctors by Ontario’s faculties of medicine and the province has more than doubled the number of family ...

Family Medicine Expansion Report

Published: February 26, 2014

The Family Medicine Expansion Report looks at how a 10-year plan to address a shortage of family doctors by Ontario’s faculties of medicine and the province has more than doubled the number of family medicine residents and improved health care delivery in more than 155 communities. It finds that Ontario’s family medicine programs are graduating more than 500 doctors per year, up from 200 per year in 2003.

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