Primary Care Summits

On June 1, the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) and the Primary Care Alliance (PCA) hosted a summit in Calgary, seeking input from patients and physicians on improving the delivery of primary care. Below you will find a report, along with photos and videos, from this event. 

This is the second Primary Care Summit held by the AMA and the PCA.

We want to know your thoughts about changes to health care that could make things better for you and your family.

What we heard: Report from the June 2013 Primary Care Summit

What are Primary Care Networks (PCNs)?

How are Primary Care Networks (PCNs) improving health care in Alberta?

VIDEO

Watch videos from the AMA Primary Care Summit, June 1 in Calgary!

Prof. Merlin Brinkerhoff (a patient of the Crowfoot Village Family Practice) joined the discussion about the concept of "formal attachment." Dr. R. Michael Giuffre, AMA President, addressed patients and physicians at the June 1 Primary Care Summit in Calgary.

Dr. Peggy Aufricht, family physician at the Crowfoot Village Family Practice (CVFC) in Calgary, helped facilitate the discussion on patient attachment. Hon. Fred Horne, Alberta Minister of Health joined patients and physicians at the Primary Care Summit.

Shauna Wilkinson, Executive Director of the Crowfoot Village Family Practice (CVFC) in Calgary, participated in the discussion on patient attachment.

 

The Alberta Medical Association stands as an advocate for its physician members, providing leadership & support for their role in the provision of quality health care.