Despite promise of new med school, no end in sight to the family doctor crisis

BCCFP President, Dr. David May, on the delay of the promised SFU medical school, and why the family doctor crisis will not end as long as family docs remain undervalued … Read More

Register for the 2022 CFPC Family Medicine Forum

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect, learn, and experience FMF – Canada’s largest family medicine conference! Register for the College of Family Physicians of Canada’s upcoming Family Medicine Forum (FMF). … Read More

BCCFP responds to Canadian Senate Report on Forced and Coerced Sterilization of Persons in Canada

The federal government should compensate and apologize to all people who were subjected to forced and coerced sterilization, the Senate Committee on Human Rights said in a report released Thursday, … Read More

Statement on the Premiers Meeting

Access to a family doctor is fundamental to a sustainable, functioning health care system On May 19, 2022, the BC College of Family Physicians (BCCFP) met with legislators in Victoria … Read More

Thank you, Family Medicine graduates

Thank you, Family Medicine grads! As family physicians, you are the foundation of healthcare. Your residency during COVID has been especially difficult, as you’ve had to adapt to rapidly changing … Read More

The BCCFP responds to the recent New-to-Practice contract proposal

The government’s recent efforts to address some of the issues facing family medicine graduates shows that they get the magnitude of the problems. But in failing to consult with new … Read More

BCCFP advocacy campaign puts family medicine crisis in the spotlight

On April 12, the BCCFP released the results of updated public and member polling that explores the state of family medicine in BC. The research formed the basis of the My Family Doctor Cares … Read More

Celebrating Leadership and Advocacy in Family Medicine

As the heart of family medicine in BC, the BCCFP was delighted to bring together many of our province’s emerging and seasoned family physician leaders at this week’s Leaders Dinner. … Read More

Statement on the One-Year Anniversary of the Kamloops Residential School Findings

This week marks one year since the Secwépemc Nation’s announcement of the discovery of unmarked graves on the former Kamloops Indian Residential School site. They are believed to hold the … Read More

BCCFP Tells Government that Family Doctors Deserve to be Heard

On May 19, the BCCFP recognized BC Family Doctor Day by taking a group of 50+ family doctors to meet with government. We were there to ensure they understand that … Read More