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general practitioner

a physician who does not specialize but has a medical practice (general practice) in which he deals with all illnesses
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This years Family Medicine Week observance in Michigan is extra special for MAFP, as the organization is celebrating its 70th year of supporting family physicians across the state.
Hopefully, it will become a standard part of family medicine training and practice sooner, rather than later.
Garrison and his colleagues looked at the hospitalization records for local family medicine patients who were discharged from the family medicine or the hospitalist internal medicine services during the 2-year period from 2011 to 2013 at the Mayo Clinic hospital.
Let us not forget that a family medicine consultant is also the most qualified clinician within a clinical setting, fit to triage and refer the concerned patient to the right specialist.
by initiating a postgraduate diploma in Family Medicine will provide a broader platform to general practitioners to become members of family physicians community.
17 November 2016 - South Carolina-based health care facility servicer Family Care Partners has expanded the Colonial Healthcare brand by acquiring Turbeville, South Carolina-based family medicine practice East Clarendon Medical Center, the company said.
Dr Ourania Kolootroni will end the speeches with an informative talk on the John Howard Memorial Scholarship for the MSc in Family Medicine.
In November 2014 the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council directed that Family Medicine should be taught to final year medical students.
Erik Young has joined the family medicine team at PeaceHealth Medical Group University District Clinic.
A SPECIALIST in family medicine has urged Qataris and residents to have regular visits to a family doctor for health checkups to prevent an illness.
The partnership will advocate for patient access to coordinated, continuous care and help ensure all consumers have access to a primary care provider, according to Family Medicine for America's Health LLC, a collaboration between eight family medicine organizations in the United States that jointly launched the Health is Primary initiative last year as a multiyear campaign to drive continued improvement of family medicine and demonstrate the value of primary care.
Current Diagnosis & Treatment: Family Medicine, fourth edition

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