The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine in the University of Utah School of Medicine has for over 45 years worked to advance health and wellbeing in homes, workplaces, and communities. The Department conducts research and teaches health professionals to enhanced primary care and community health as family physicians, physician assistants, and public and occupational health professionals. Our teaching, research, and service focus on health of Utahans, with particular emphasis on undeserved urban and rural areas. Our educational programs place students and residents throughout the State to encourage them to live and work where they are most needed, and to build skills that address the common health and medical needs of patients and communities. The Department is proud to join with others in co-sponsoring this Primary Care Summit developing a shared agenda to further strengthen primary care, prevention, and health of communities across the State of Utah.