The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) is the voice of family medicine in Canada. Representing over 30,000 members across the country, it is the professional organization responsible for establishing standards for the training, certification and lifelong education of family physicians and for advocating on behalf of family physicians and the specialty of family medicine. The CFPC accredits postgraduate family medicine training in Canada’s 17 medical schools.
Le Collège des médecins de famille du Canada (CMFC) est la voix de la médecine familiale au Canada. Représentant 30 000 membres aux quatre coins du pays, c’est l’organisation professionnelle qui est responsable de fixer les normes de la formation, de la certification et de l’éducation continue des médecins de famille, et de défendre les intérêts de la médecine familiale et des médecins de famille. Le CMFC procède à l’agrément des programmes de résidence en médecine familiale dans les 17 facultés de médecine du Canada.
The Grey Bruce Health Unit provides public health services and programming to the residents and visitors of Grey and Bruce Counties in Ontario.
Our Vision: A healthier future for all
Our Mission: Working with Grey and Bruce communities to protect and promote health
We Value: Equitable opportunities that support health and well being
The Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) is the voice of family medicine representing more than 12,500 family physicians across the province. The OCFP’s mandate is to support its members by providing evidence-informed education and professional development, by promoting and recognizing leadership excellence in family medicine and by advocating for the role family physicians play in delivering the highest-quality care to patients and families across Ontario.
Founded in 1949, the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA) is a voluntary, charitable, non-profit association. OPHA is an organization of individuals and Constituent Associations from various sectors and disciplines that have an interest in improving the health of the people of Ontario. The mission of the organization is to provide leadership on issues affecting the public's health and to strengthen the impact of people who are active in public and community health throughout Ontario.
The OPHA has several Workgroups composed of volunteers from across the province. One promotes breast-feeding, one focuses on child's health, and another addresses environmental health. The Environmental Health Workgroup has been active on issues related to air quality, pesticides, electromagnetic fields, water quality, food safety and children's environmental health.
Region of Peel, Public Health.
Peel Public Health (PPH) is a local public health department which serves 1.3 million residents in three municipalities (Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga) in the Greater Toronto Area. Part of the Regional Municipality of Peel and under the direction of Regional Council, PPH is funded by both the Region and the Government of Ontario, and it derives its mandate from the Health Protection and Promotion Act and associated regulations and standards. Children’s health and environment issues are integrated into PPH programming and delivered by multi-disciplinary staff in multiple settings.
The Thunder Bay District Health Unit is one of 36 Public Health Units operating in the Province of Ontario, Canada. We are a non-profit agency funded jointly by the provincial government and the municipalities we serve. Thunder Bay District Health Unit became the first CPCHE Affiliate in June 2012.