Dr. Grant Goldberg
Winnipeg, MB

With a dedication to patient and community care, Dr. Grant Goldberg has consistently demonstrated a commitment to health prevention and promotion, addressing the unique needs of each patient. Dr. Goldberg’s journey as a family physician has seen him take on roles from the Mount Carmel Clinic from 1995 to 2011, Corydon Primary Care Clinic from 2011 to 2017, and the ACCESS Fort Garry Primary Care Clinic since 2017.

In addition to the clinics, Dr. Goldberg served as a family physician in Churchill, Manitoba, reaching remote communities such as Baker Lake and Sanikiluaq in Nunavut. These diverse experiences have enriched his perspective, allowing a broader understanding of patient needs across different communities. His extensive career highlights his medical expertise and a deep-rooted passion for serving communities and promoting better health outcomes, which has solidified his reputation as a cornerstone in the medical community.

Dr. Goldberg’s proactive approach to health care has seen him engage in various community outreach programs, emphasizing the importance of preventive care. His collaborative nature and willingness to share knowledge have been instrumental in shaping the future of health care, making Dr. Goldberg a mentor and guide for future medical professionals.

On a personal note, Dr. Goldberg is happily married to his wife, Marni. Together, they are proud parents to three daughters. Outside of his professional life, Dr. Goldberg is an avid lover of the outdoors. He cherishes moments spent at the lake, indulges in cross-country skiing, and is passionate about cycling.


Canada’s Family Physicians of the Year –
The Reg L. Perkin Award

Since 1972, the CFPC and the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine have honoured family physician members who exemplify the guiding principles of family medicine. Initially, one award recipient was selected to receive the Family Physician of the Year (FPOY) Award each year. Since 2002, 10 family physicians have been recognized annually—one representing each CFPC Chapter.

Canada’s FPOYs are chosen by their peers, other health care colleagues, and community leaders for:

  • Providing exceptional care to their patients
  • Making meaningful contributions to the health and well-being of their communities
  • Dedicating themselves as researchers and educators of future generations of family doctors

FPOY recipients must exemplify the four principles of family medicine:

  • Be skilled clinicians
  • Be community based
  • Act as a resource to a practice population
  • Recognize the central importance of the doctor-patient relationship

CFPC Chapters review nominations and select the FPOY for their respective provinces. The provincial FPOYs are honoured at their respective Annual Scientific Assemblies or Annual General Meetings. The national FPOYs are honoured at the annual CFPC Family Medicine Forum.