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COVID-19 Resources

Our list of resources for family physicians.

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Upcoming Events

Virtual NCAFP Spring Symposium

Earn an estimated 8 CME credits on Saturday April 4 with topics such as insomnia, diabetes, HIV prevention, vaping and tobacco use, migraine, health equity, and more.

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The NCAFP Career Center

Connecting Family Physicians with Opportunities

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Member Spotlight

Our NCAFP Officers

(L to R) Dr. Guthrie, Dr. Triche, Dr. Rinehart, Dr. Hondros and Dr. Nance

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NCAFP Membership

Once again in 2019, NCAFP had a record year for membership. Thank you for your continued support of our effort to make Family physicians universally valued for providing high quality care to the people of North Carolina.


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Join us in asking lawmakers to support essential protocols in the nation's health care response to novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV (COVID-19)

NCFM Today Podcast

Today's episode provides information to North Carolina's family physicians about state guidance on testing and treating patients with COVID-19 symptoms, as well as telehealth opportunities.



To improve the lives and professional environment of current and future family physicians so they can provide exceptional care to their patients and communities.


Family physicians will be universally valued for their role in providing high quality care to the people of North Carolina.

Objectives and Goals

Read our complete Objectives and Goals here.

  1. We believe that Family Medicine is essential to the well-being of the health of North Carolina, and that Family Medicine is well-suited to improve the health of the residents of our state.
  2. We believe in a healthcare system that is primary care driven providing quality, access and affordability.  We believe that the physician-patient relationship is sacred.
  3. We believe in a healthcare system that is fair, equitable and accessible. We believe in the elimination of health disparities and barriers to access to healthcare for North Carolina.
  4. We believe in a comprehensive approach to care, and value the health and well-being of patients, families and communities.
  5. We value collaborative communication with all parties concerned with healthcare delivery, and advocate for a positive practice environment to nourish the specialty of family medicine.
  6. We value the professional and personal well-being of our members.

Gregory K. Griggs, MPA, CAE
Executive Vice President and CEO

Brent A. Hazelett, MPA, CAE
Vice President and COO

Kathryn C. Atkinson, CMP
Meetings and Events Manager

Tara C. Hinkle
Manager, Member Services

Tracie L. Hazelett
Manager, Medical Student and Residency Relations