As a family physician, your membership in CAFP demonstrates a commitment to the specialty and to your patients. More than 10,000 California family physicians, residents, and students are members of CAFP because they understand the important and valuable role this organization plays.
To be eligible for active membership, a physician must have completed (1) an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved three-year family medicine residency program; (2) an American Osteopathic Association (AOA)-approved one-year rotating general or family medicine internship, plus two years of an AOA-approved general or family medicine residency program; (3) an AOA-approved three-year general or family medicine residency program; or (4) A College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)-approved family medicine residency program.
Your dues include membership in CAFP, AAFP, and your local county chapter. Click here to join or renew online, or contact CAFP at (415) 345-8667 or email for assistance.
Whether you practice in a solo, small or large group setting, CAFP’s resources can help you tackle everyday practice challenges and achieve personal and professional success at every stage of your career. Learn More.
Continuing education is key to providing quality care and maintaining licensure. Active and Supporting members must complete and report a minimum of 150 credits of approved CME within each three-year re-election term. At least 75 of the 150 credits must be AAFP Prescribed credit.