Let’s Get this Party Started 

FMX ’22 kicks off with a huge family (medicine) reunion,
and it’s going to be epic!

Join your peers Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. for FMX Celebration: A Family Reunion. Snack on hors d’oeuvres, refresh at the cash bar, and dance the night way to live music from the Emerald City Band. 

“I am always amazed at the breadth of the experience.”

“I learn and am always inspired.”

“I enjoyed the non-educational aspects that were part of the program.”

Loved it all as a first-timer.”

“Thanks again for a great CME experience.”

Discover New Solutions

The Xchange, your hub for all things family medicine, provides access to hundreds of solution providers and innovative tools.

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Arrive Early in DC

Tuesday is filled with pre-FMX activities: It’s one full day devoted to DO and Global Health CME. Learn the latest.

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Focus on You

The Career Pavilion offers advice on financial planning, malpractice, and resources devoted to your professional success.

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Tour the Sites

We’ve freed up your Saturday so you can recharge and savor all of DC’s awesome attractions. Find things to do.

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Give Back at FMX

Inspire future family physicians by volunteering to create STEAM circuitry kits for the Boys & Girls Clubs and Girls, Inc.

Volunteer at FMX >


Already Registered?

Before you arrive in DC, take some time to review important details to ensure you’re FMX ready!

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inspiring Main Stage Sessions

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FMX: Totally Reimagined for You

It's packed with everything you love about your specialty—and more.

Your FMX 2022 Main Stage Line Up

Malcolm Gladwell

Bestselling Author

Wednesday, September 21

3–4:30 p.m.

Insights and Inspiration

from Family Medicine

Thursday, September 22

3:15–4:45 p.m.

Frank Domino, MD

FMX Fan Favorite

Friday, September 23

8:30–10 a.m.

COVID-19 Requirements 

We look forward to welcoming you to our first in-person conference since 2019!
Attendees must follow the AAFP’s in-person meeting protocols, including proof of vaccination.