Greetings, news media! We know how difficult it sometimes is to get information about medical professionals, to track down a physician for an interview, or to know whom to call when you have a specific need for health care information. We are your one-stop resource for all of the above and more, and we hope you'll find the information below to your benefit!
Press Kit - view kit
Self-contained PAFP press kit including recent press releases, media coverage, videos and more.
News Archive - view archive
The latest health care and PAFP news, updated every weekday.
Press Release Archive - view archive
An archive of our press releases, sorted by month and year.
Progress Notes - view the latest Progress Notes
The PAFP's biweekly newsletter including latest news and updates on every PAFP department and initiative. (Latest issue only; members can access all issues on the Progress Notes Archive.)
Keystone Physician Archive - view archive
The PAFP's quarterly magazine featuring event coverage and latest news.
Official - download graphics
PAFP graphics and logos for news media usage.
ABOUT THE PAFP COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
The Communications Department of the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians is a full-service media relations, production, marketing and publication team. From producing deliverables for the PAFP's various initiatives (such as marketing materials, graphics and signage) to coordinating interviews between media and physicians to original reporting and photojournalism for PAFP publications, the Communications Department is dedicated to fostering and maintaining a constructive and creative dialogue both in and out of the office.
CONTACT THE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
Chief Communications Officer
Contact Michael for general Communications Department questions, inquiries about editorial decisions in Progress Notes and Keystone Physician, and info on marketing materials.
Director of Content and Media
Contact Bryan for media inquiries, interviews with physicians or PAFP team members, press releases and questions about original content in Progress Notes and Keystone Physician.