The AAFP believes that, in situations where specialists/subspecialists who are not trained in family medicine request generalist privileges not usually representative of their specialty, the family medicine department or section should serve on request as an information and education resource for the department or section recommending the privileges and the credentialing committee acting on them. (1995) (2012 COD)
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Primary Care Services for Limited Specialists