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Canadian Osteopathic Association
Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians
Ontario College of Family Physicians
The promotion of Family Medicine in ON through leadership, education and advocacy. (See Details)
College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick

Forms an organization that has responsibility within the province of New Brunswick for the licensing of physicians, monitoring standards of medical practice, and investigating complaints against physicians. // Forme un organisme qui a la responsabilité de délivrer les permis d'exercer la médecine, de contrôler les normes de l'exercice de la médecine, et d'examiner les plaintes contre les médecins.

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Newfoundland Medical Board
New Brunswick College of Family Physicians

FOUNDED IN 1925, The Polyclinic has been, and continues to be the hub of medical professionals on Prince Edward Island.


Situated in downtown Charlottetown and only three minutes from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, The Polyclinic is an ideal location for patients, physicians and staff members.


         polyclinic pol·y·clin·ic (pl'-kln'k)


           A clinic, hospital, or health care facility that treats various types of diseases and injuries.


As is predicated by its name, The Polyclinic Professional Centre is a multi-faceted healthcare facility housing family physicians and specialists under one roof; this concept has stood the test of time since its inception and has enabled us to provide excellent patient care for close to 85 years.

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College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba
Licenses Manitoba physicians; monitors standards of medical practice; investigates complaints against physicians; and provides advice on ethical, legal, and quality-of-care matters. Website includes a directory of physicians in Manitoba. (See Details)
Groupe de travail Deux : Une stratégie en matière d’effectifs médicaux pour le Canada

Gathers information, assesses relative merit and makes recommendations on how to best ensure Canadians in all parts of the country have access to physicians with the necessary skills and knowledge to respond to the changing face of our health care system. (See Details)


PharmedOut is an independent project run by physicians for physicians and other prescribers. Their goal is to disseminate information about how pharmaceutical companies influence what we prescribe, to increase access to unbiased information about drugs, and to encourage physicians to choose pharma-free CME.

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