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Join family medicine colleagues around the world and celebrate
Family Doctor Day
May 19, 2021

The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) is pleased to align with the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA)  to acknowledge the outstanding work of family physicians and the central roles they play in our communities and in our health care system—particularly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic.

On May 19th the CFPC recognizes the hard work and dedication of all family physicians across Canada—in every community, big and small—who are on the front lines of care and often the first point of contact for patients.

Over the past year family doctors have bravely adapted to accommodate the needs of their patients during the pandemic by incorporating virtual care visits for patients; lending their expertise to hospitals and long-term care homes; volunteering to support the medical community outside their regular practices; advocating for enhancements to the health care system; and educating people about the importance of following public health recommendations to prevent the community spread of COVID-19. Above all, as front-line workers, family physicians put the needs of their patients and communities first, and for this we salute them.

Join us in the celebration on May 19th:

  • Follow us on Twitter and show your support by using the hashtags #WorldFamilyDoctorDay and #ThankYouFamilyDocs
  • Share these social media posts through your social media channels:
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Join us in celebrating #WorldFamilyDoctorDay on May 19!  We are pleased to align with @WoncaWorld to acknowledge and thank family doctors in Canada and around the world!
#WFDD2021 #ThankYouFamilyDocs
Thank you, to all family doctors! Join us on May 19, #WorldFamilyDoctorDay, as we celebrate the outstanding accomplishments and contributions of #FamilyDoctors who are making a positive impact.
#WFDD2021 #ThankYouFamilyDocs
Join us on May 19 for #WorldFamilyDoctorDay and show your support of family doctors as they work on the front lines to keep us healthy.
#WFDD2021 #ThankYouFamilyDocs #frontlineworkers
On #WorldFamilyDoctorDay we acknowledge the role #FamilyDoctors play in delivering continuous care for all Canadians!
Join us on May 19th as we celebrate family doctors!

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