Helpful Links

These links cover a broad range of topics relevant to Family Medicine. We hope you find them useful and interesting.

DynaMed Plus

Comprehensive, evidence-based database. Free to Family Medicine residents.

Up To Date

A medical database with easy search capability. ($495 value) Free to Family Medicine residents.

Medical Letter

Concise, searchable site containing extracts from the Medical Letter articles.

American Academy of Family Physicians

Free instant access to American Family Physician (including back articles).
Great information about Family Medicine, including job opportunities.

NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home

We are a Level-III PCMH, meaning we are committed to quality improvement and a patient-centered approach to care.

Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+)

A five-year national advanced primary care medical home model that aims to strengthen primary care through payment reform and care delivery transformation, including population health management, risk stratification models, care management services, improved patient engagement and enhanced access and continuity.

Institute for Healthcare Improvement

An independent not-for-profit organization leading innovation and driving results in health and healthcare improvement worldwide.

Center for Disease Control

Free index to health topics for clinicians and patients. Rapid access to travel information including immunizations, precautions and chemo prophylaxis.

Immunization Action Coalition

Reliable and up-to-date information about vaccines for professionals and patients.

Cochrane Library

Excellent evidence-based reviews of a large number of primary care topics.

National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

National Institutes of Health (NIH) information and research on complementary and integrative health.

Family Medicine for America’s Health

Family Medicine for America’s Health is a new collaboration between the eight leading family medicine organizations in the United States to drive continued improvement of the U.S. health care system and demonstrate the value of true primary care.