• Gary L. LeRoy, MD

    While cleaning up my office last year, I found my high school yearbook from 1974. Looking through it brought back a flood of fond memories of who I was and who I aspired to become. When I opened the yearbook, to my surprise, I had signed “Gary Lewis LeRoy, MD, PhD, MBA, CIA, FBI” hilarious, right? Somewhere in my adolescent consciousness, I had a desire to become a doctor. What I had dreamt of becoming was a “real doctor” who did a little bit of everything.

  • Joy of Practice

    Visit the Academy’s webpage to access videos, articles, and other online resources to help you reduce burnout and increase resiliency!

  • BP Awareness

    Each May, communities across the country observe National High Blood Pressure Education Month as a great time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can lead to a lifetime of heart health. Help your patients succeed by utilizing our Hypertension Management QIModule to assist your practice in improving the care of patients diagnosed with hypertension.

  • Food Insecurity

    Geo-mapping is an approach used by healthcare researchers to explore important causative agents in human disease by locating them geographically. Jay Ingram, MD, and his team at the Riverside Methodist Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program conducted a cross-sectional survey from June 2017 to August 2017, and identified that 41% of their patients screened positive for food insecurity.


OAFP Proudly Announces
Gary LeRoy, MD, FAAFP,
for AAFP President-Elect

After serving for three years on the AAFP Board of Directors and nearly 30 years as a dedicated family physician, Gary knows both the challenges and joys of primary care. Framing his work through the lens of first-hand experience, Dr. LeRoy provides a strong voice for family physicians and the patients they serve.


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