The Division is a not-for-profit society established by and for Vancouver family physicians. Our goals are to improve primary care for our patients and the Vancouver population, and to support family physicians and improve their levels of well-being and professional satisfaction.
We work in partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health, the British Columbia Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC, who trust us to be the voice of Vancouver family physicians.
What is Vancouver's Attachment (A GP for Me) Initiative?
The Vancouver Division of Family Practice (VDoFP) is engaging family doctors (also known as general practitioners or GPs) and residents of Vancouver in a change initiative to improve our primary care system, so that more people can have a strong relationship with a family doctor.
Currently, one in six residents of Vancouver do not have a family doctor, and 24,000 are looking for one unsuccessfully. By improving primary care relationships, people will be healthier and the system will be more sustainable.Click here
for more information on how we are developing a plan to improve Vancouver's primary care system visit our A GP for Me project page.
VDoFP Citizen Launch of Attachment (A GP for Me) Vancouver
We successfully launched the public, citizen-focused part of our initiative at Vancouver City Hall last Wednesday, February 19th. Click here for more information and also read our FAQs.
How Can You Help with Attachment (A GP for Me) Vancouver?
You can send your family, friends and patients to www.aGPforMeVan.ca to take our brief survey, look at videos, join the conversation on social media and to give us feedback.
GP Registration for Attachment (A GP for Me)
If you are a Vancouver GP and would like to register with the Vancouver Division of Family Practice and access the new Attachment billing codes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and say “Yes to Attachment” in the subject line.
Click here for upcoming Attachment (A GP for Me) events
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