Our well-rounded department includes physicians, physicians-in-training, clinical pharmacists, psychologists, dietitians, nurse practitioners, occupational therapists, public health experts, clinical staff, researchers, educators and administrators. We have a commitment to diversity, equity, respect and inclusion in all aspects of our work, which is evident in the broad representation among our faculty, residents and staff across age, gender, race, ethnicity, country and regions of origin, cultures, socio-economic status, political beliefs, spiritual/religious beliefs or other ideologies, disabilities and sexual orientation.
DEI Mission Statement
The Department of Family and Community Medicine is committed to the continuous growth and meaningful change required to advance the principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). We are dedicated to ongoing learning and engagement in activities that maintain DEI as a core value of the Department, and aspire to advance equity for all who are disadvantaged. We aim to incorporate DEI values into each aspect of our work, including patient care, teaching, scholarly work, and service, and for this work to positively impact our communities.