Now is the time to take further action in promoting the value of family medicine to government and media.

Write to your MLA – it takes less than two minutes

Our new tool allows family physicians to send a letter to your MLA in just a few clicks.

Simply enter your name, email and postal code to let your MLA know about the value of family medicine, your experience as a family physician, and the difficulty British Columbians have in accessing a family physician.

Submitting the letter takes less than two minutes. We created a letter that you can easily modify if you wish. Follow this link to make your voice heard!

Attend a webinar to become an ambassador

Any BCCFP member can become an ambassador for the My Family Doctor Cares campaign. If you are passionate about advocating for the value of family medicine, attend one of our ambassador training webinars.

These one-hour webinars, accessible from the comfort of your own home or office, will provide you with background information about the campaign, key messages to share with others, and ideas for how you can spread the word about the value of family physicians.

You will leave the webinar feeling confident about speaking to colleagues, the public and local media about the My Family Doctor Cares campaign.

Tuesday, March 3, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Monday, March 9, 6:30 – 7:30 pm

Register here.

Encourage members of the public to write to their MLA

There is also a tool on our campaign website for members of the public to write to their MLA about the need for improved access to family physicians. Please share with your patients, family and friends.

Momentum continues to grow for our public advocacy campaign. The website has had over 3,500 visits and our digital ads have been seen over 1.5 million times.

Thank you for your continued support of the My Family Doctor Cares campaign.

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