• Develop the concept of Family Medicine as a unique specialty providing broad primary care skills focusing on the family as a social unit.

  • Prepare physicians to provide equitable care for their communities including competency in addiction medicine, gender-affirming care, outpatient and inpatient procedural skills, advocacy and anti-racism skills.

  • Offer robust experiences in obstetrics, emergency care, reproductive care, HIV and HCV treatment to meet the special needs of practice in communities.

  • Train physicians to work in group practice.

  • Train physicians to work in the context of a collaborative team of consultants and allied health workers.·

  • Provide a system of practice evaluation and continuing education which will serve the changing requirements of family medicine.·

  • Train physicians to be adept in utilizing medical applications of computer technology.

  • Demonstrate a model of practice providing optimal care to the patients of the Family Medicine clinics.