The Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) is recognized internationally for its clinical, educational and research excellence.
Our faculty are breaking new ground on issues ranging from emergency medicine, palliative care, addiction medicine, Indigenous health and more.
Encompassing more than 1,900 faculty across the province — from rural areas to urban centres — we are shaping the future of family medicine in Canada.
DFCM hospital sites
Learn about our 15+ hospital sites, four integrated community sites and 40+ teaching practices that provide learners with a mix of urban, suburban and rural clinical training.
Mentorship for Retirement Panel
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Mar 29 – Jun 14
Virtual Toronto International Program to Strengthen Family Medicine and Primary Care (V-TIPS)
[New Horizons Speaker Series] A Conversation with Dr. Kwame McKenzie
8:00am - 9:00am
Family Medicine Forum: Call for Free-Standing papers & Posters
Mar 24, 2023
DFCM Professor Brian Schwartz recognized with President’s Impact Award for his role on the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table
For their contributions to the pandemic response, DFCM faculty Dr. Brian Schwartz and 12 other leaders of the OST were recognized with a U of T President’s Impact Award.
Mar 13, 2023
Rebecca Crawford (MD ’22) shares what inspired her journey into medicine, how she’s creating positive change in the indigenous community and her future plans in addictions medicine.
Mar 8, 2023
After a storied hockey career that culminated in being inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame, Hayley Wickenheiser pursued another childhood dream: becoming a doctor. “I always knew I needed a life after hockey and thought that would be a good one,” says Wickenheiser.