Internal Medicine Residency

Internal Medicine Residency

About the Program

Message from Program Director

Welcome to Florida Hospital and our new residency in Internal Medicine. Orlando is developing into a "medical city," with the influx of two medical schools, the Burnham Institute and a Veterans Hospital.

Florida Hospital Medical Center is right in the middle of Orlando, and is the largest hospital in Central Florida, at nearly 1,100 beds. Florida Hospital offers medical care from primary through quaternary levels, including kidney, liver, pancreas, heart and lung transplant services, as well as world-renowned robotic and minimally invasive surgeries.

I am excited about the amazing opportunity at Florida Hospital for teaching Internal Medicine. We will be able to blend the educational benefits of patients and physicians at every medical care level into a unique and complete Internal Medicine residency experience, all within one medical center.

Our training program philosophy starts with a caring, humane attitude to each person we encounter. To this, we add the highest possible level of learning expectation of our residents, role modeled by highly dedicated faculty. Surrounded by the very best medical facilities and the greatest variety of patients anywhere, we will graduate the most capable internists in the country.

Our program emphasizes the development of broad clinical skills in all our residents. The program provides substantial flexibility for residents, so they may tailor their training to their career goals -- whether in primary care, traditional group practice, hospital medicine, subspecialty fellowship or academic research. Our faculty will provide personal career guidance and support to each resident through all three years of training.

Sincerely,
George D. Everett, MD, MS, FACP
Program Director

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George Everett, MD, MS, FACP
Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

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Faculty

of Florida Hospital Medical Education

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    George Everett, MD, MS, FACP
    Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: University of Iowa College of Medicine Medical Residency: University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital Fellowship: University of Iowa College of Medicine Master of Science in Epidemiology: University of Iowa College of Medicine Selected Awards: • Alpha Omega Alpha (junior year) • American College of Physicians Teaching and Research Scholar • American College of Physicians Teacher of the Year in Florida, 2007 • Florida State University College of Medicine Faculty Teacher of the Year, 2007 • Fellow, American College of Physicians Scholarship: Author of more than 50 peer-reviewed publications in cancer epidemiology, hospital medicine, residency education and medical economics.
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    Manoucher Manuocheri, MD, FACP
    Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: Loma Linda University College of Medicine Medical Residency: Loma Linda University College of Medicine Geriatrics: Certificate of added qualifications Selected Awards: • Fellow, American College of Physicians • AMA Physicians Recognition award • Geriatric Recognition Award • Certificate of Excellence - ALLHAT research Scholarship: Author of multiple publications in primary care and presentations on residency education. Co-investigator in multiple trials of hypertension, thromboembolism, heart failure and preventive medicine.
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    Daniel Tambunan, MD
    Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: Loma Linda University College of Medicine Residency: Loma Linda University College of Medicine Selected Awards: Faculty of the Year, 2005 Scholarship: Author of more than 25 peer-reviewed publications and presentations in dementia, thromboembolism, hepatitis and lipid metabolism. Co-investigator of multiple trials in lipid metabolism, migraine, thromboembolism, heart failure and coronary disease.
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    Vincent P. Hsu, MD, MPH
    Director of Infection Prevention, Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: Loma Linda University College of Medicine Medical Residency: Legacy Portland Hospital Fellowship (Infectious Diseases): University of Southern California Medical Center Preventive Medicine Residency: Centers for Disease Control, United States Public Health Services Masters of Public Health: UCLA School of Public Health Selected Awards: • Servicing the Field Award, (Director's Award, SARS planning) • US Public Health Service Awards • Unit Commendation Award (CDC Cruise Ship Investigation Team) • Foreign Duty Service Award (Malaysia, Vietnam, Bangladesh) • Oustanding Unit Citation Award (DHHS Terrorist • Response Team) • Crisis Response Service Award (Response to Terrorist Attacks) • Crisis Response Service Award (Response to Anthrax Attacks) • American College of Physicians • Infectious Disease Society of America • Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America Scholarship: Author of more than 15 peer-reviewed publications in epidemiology and infectious diseases.
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    Joshua Trabin, MD, FACP
    Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: University of Miami School of Medicine Medical Residency: Mount Sinai Medical Center - Miami Beach, FL Selected Awards: Fellow, American College of Physicians
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    Victor Herrera, MD
    GME Research Director, Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Dr. Herrera trained in internal medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and served as chief medical resident. He then completed a fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Stanford University in California. Dr. Herrera is core faculty of the internal medicine residency program and he also serves as the Director of the Continuing Medical Department for Florida Hospital as well as Director of Research for Graduate Medical Education. Dr. Herrera is a national expert on the use of interferon gamma release assays for the diagnosis of Tuberculosis and has published several peer reviewed manuscripts in this area. Other interests include evidence based diagnostic strategies and the integration of information technology resources to Graduate Medical Education.
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    Khalid Abusaada, MD
    Assistant Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: University of Damascus College of Medicine , Damascus Syria Medical Residency: Drexel University College of Medicine – Philadelphia , PA 2003-2006. Selected Awards: 3 Academic Excellence Awards from University of Damascus.
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    Natesha Ambs, MD
    Assistant Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA Medical Residency: Florida Hospital Internal Medicine Residency, Orlando, FL Bachelor of Arts in Psychology: University of Central Florida, Suma cum Lade • University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Clinical Assistant Professor, Since 2011 • Member, Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians, Since 2010 • Resident of the Year Award, Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians, 2013 • Chief Resident Award, Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians, 2013 • Internal Medicine Chief Resident, 2012-2013 • University of Central Florida (UCF) College of Medicine Resident Faculty of the Year Award, 2011-2012
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    Dwayne Gordon, MD
    Assistant Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Medical School: Loma Linda University School of Medicine Residency: Kettering Medical Center Selected Awards: • Albert A. Brust, Internal Medicine Residency Award of excellence, 2013. • Nurses Choice Award, 2013
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    Karen A. Echeverria-Beltran, MD, FACP
    Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Karen A. Echeverria-Beltran, MD, FACP is board certified in internal medicine and brings her dedication and experience in preventive medicine and primary care to our program. She earned her medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and completed an internal medicine residency with Orlando Health, where she achieved Chief Resident status. For more than 10 years, she has been committed to medical education—serving as a faculty member, assistant director and associate program director within the medicine residency program at Orlando Health. For her outstanding work, she received the Primary Care Physician Award in 2001 and 2003 amongst many other accolades. Additionally, she is an active member of the American College of Physicians and currently serves as secretary and member of the Governor’s Council for the Florida Chapter. She strives to provide exceptional care for her patients and is passionate about bringing excellence into the field of internal medicine.
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      George Everett, MD, MS, FACP
      Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: University of Iowa College of Medicine
      Medical Residency: University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital
      Fellowship: University of Iowa College of Medicine
      Master of Science in Epidemiology: University of Iowa College of Medicine
      Selected Awards:
      • Alpha Omega Alpha (junior year)
      • American College of Physicians Teaching and Research Scholar
      • American College of Physicians Teacher of the Year in Florida, 2007
      • Florida State University College of Medicine Faculty Teacher of the Year, 2007
      • Fellow, American College of Physicians
      Scholarship: Author of more than 50 peer-reviewed publications in cancer epidemiology, hospital medicine, residency education and medical economics.

    • fpo1
      Manoucher Manuocheri, MD, FACP
      Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: Loma Linda University College of Medicine
      Medical Residency: Loma Linda University College of Medicine
      Geriatrics: Certificate of added qualifications
      Selected Awards:
      • Fellow, American College of Physicians
      • AMA Physicians Recognition award
      • Geriatric Recognition Award
      • Certificate of Excellence - ALLHAT research
      Scholarship: Author of multiple publications in primary care and presentations on residency education. Co-investigator in multiple trials of hypertension, thromboembolism, heart failure and preventive medicine.

    • fpo1
      Daniel Tambunan, MD
      Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: Loma Linda University College of Medicine
      Residency: Loma Linda University College of Medicine
      Selected Awards: Faculty of the Year, 2005
      Scholarship: Author of more than 25 peer-reviewed publications and presentations in dementia, thromboembolism, hepatitis and lipid metabolism. Co-investigator of multiple trials in lipid metabolism, migraine, thromboembolism, heart failure and coronary disease.

    • fpo1
      Vincent P. Hsu, MD, MPH
      Director of Infection Prevention, Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: Loma Linda University College of Medicine
      Medical Residency: Legacy Portland Hospital
      Fellowship (Infectious Diseases): University of Southern California Medical Center
      Preventive Medicine Residency: Centers for Disease Control, United States Public Health Services
      Masters of Public Health: UCLA School of Public Health
      Selected Awards:
      • Servicing the Field Award, (Director's Award, SARS planning)
      • US Public Health Service Awards
      • Unit Commendation Award (CDC Cruise Ship Investigation Team)
      • Foreign Duty Service Award (Malaysia, Vietnam, Bangladesh)
      • Oustanding Unit Citation Award (DHHS Terrorist
      • Response Team)
      • Crisis Response Service Award (Response to Terrorist Attacks)
      • Crisis Response Service Award (Response to Anthrax Attacks)
      • American College of Physicians
      • Infectious Disease Society of America
      • Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America
      Scholarship: Author of more than 15 peer-reviewed publications in epidemiology and infectious diseases.

    • fpo1
      Joshua Trabin, MD, FACP
      Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: University of Miami School of Medicine
      Medical Residency: Mount Sinai Medical Center - Miami Beach, FL
      Selected Awards: Fellow, American College of Physicians

    • fpo1
      Victor Herrera, MD
      GME Research Director, Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Dr. Herrera trained in internal medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and served as chief medical resident. He then completed a fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Stanford University in California. Dr. Herrera is core faculty of the internal medicine residency program and he also serves as the Director of the Continuing Medical Department for Florida Hospital as well as Director of Research for Graduate Medical Education.
      Dr. Herrera is a national expert on the use of interferon gamma release assays for the diagnosis of Tuberculosis and has published several peer reviewed manuscripts in this area. Other interests include evidence based diagnostic strategies and the integration of information technology resources to Graduate Medical Education.

    • fpo1
      Khalid Abusaada, MD
      Assistant Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: University of Damascus College of Medicine , Damascus Syria
      Medical Residency: Drexel University College of Medicine – Philadelphia , PA 2003-2006.
      Selected Awards: 3 Academic Excellence Awards from University of Damascus.

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      Natesha Ambs, MD
      Assistant Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA
      Medical Residency: Florida Hospital Internal Medicine Residency, Orlando, FL
      Bachelor of Arts in Psychology: University of Central Florida, Suma cum Lade
      • University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Clinical Assistant Professor, Since 2011
      • Member, Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians, Since 2010
      • Resident of the Year Award, Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians, 2013
      • Chief Resident Award, Florida Chapter of the American College of Physicians, 2013
      • Internal Medicine Chief Resident, 2012-2013
      • University of Central Florida (UCF) College of Medicine Resident Faculty of the Year Award, 2011-2012

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      Dwayne Gordon, MD
      Assistant Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Medical School: Loma Linda University School of Medicine
      Residency: Kettering Medical Center
      Selected Awards:
      • Albert A. Brust, Internal Medicine Residency Award of excellence, 2013.
      • Nurses Choice Award, 2013

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      Karen A. Echeverria-Beltran, MD, FACP
      Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Residency

      Karen A. Echeverria-Beltran, MD, FACP is board certified in internal medicine and brings her dedication and experience in preventive medicine and primary care to our program. She earned her medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and completed an internal medicine residency with Orlando Health, where she achieved Chief Resident status. For more than 10 years, she has been committed to medical education—serving as a faculty member, assistant director and associate program director within the medicine residency program at Orlando Health. For her outstanding work, she received the Primary Care Physician Award in 2001 and 2003 amongst many other accolades. Additionally, she is an active member of the American College of Physicians and currently serves as secretary and member of the Governor’s Council for the Florida Chapter. She strives to provide exceptional care for her patients and is passionate about bringing excellence into the field of internal medicine.

Residents

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      Prabhava Bagla, MD
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
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      Thiri Khin, MD
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
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      Kenneth Rodriguez, MD
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Bushra Ajaz, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Haibing Jiang, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Deanne Leonard, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Shenjing Li, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Lalitkumar Mundhra, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Yasmin Abaza, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Saira Ajmal, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Maria Amin, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Aditya Chada, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Richelle Guerrero, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Rumaisa Hameed, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Saroj Khada, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Dan Liu, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Divyanshu Malhotra, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Henry Pinango, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Debby Sentana, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Krishna Karthik Chivukula, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Preeti Dahiya, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Shengchuan Dai, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Junhong Gui, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Geetika Gupta, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Khin Nyein Su Hlaing, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Laura Hughes, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Umair Majeed, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Nejda Lugo Mandes, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Yong Ni, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Vladimir Pech, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Vikram, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Prabhava Bagla, MD
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Thiri Khin, MD
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Kenneth Rodriguez, MD
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Bushra Ajaz, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Haibing Jiang, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Deanne Leonard, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Shenjing Li, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Lalitkumar Mundhra, MD
      PGY-3
    • fpo1
      Yasmin Abaza, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Saira Ajmal, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Maria Amin, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Aditya Chada, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Richelle Guerrero, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Rumaisa Hameed, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Saroj Khada, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Dan Liu, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Divyanshu Malhotra, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Henry Pinango, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Debby Sentana, MD
      PGY-2
    • fpo1
      Krishna Karthik Chivukula, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Preeti Dahiya, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Shengchuan Dai, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Junhong Gui, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Geetika Gupta, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Khin Nyein Su Hlaing, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Laura Hughes, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Umair Majeed, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Nejda Lugo Mandes, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Yong Ni, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Vladimir Pech, MD
      PGY-1
    • fpo1
      Vikram, MD
      PGY-1

Curriculum

Rotation Schedule
  • General Medicine Inpatient 7 Blocks
  • General Medicine Consultations 1 Block
  • General Medicine Outpatient 1 Block
  • Emergency Medicine 1 Block
  • Research 1 Block
  • Critical Care Medicine 1 Block
  • Subspecialty Elective 1 Block
  • General Medicine Inpatient 7 Blocks
  • Critical Care Medicine 1 Block
  • General Medicine Consultations 1 Block
  • Subspecialty Electives 3 blocks
  • Neurology 1 Block
  • General Medicine Inpatient 4 Blocks
  • Critical Care Medicine 1 Block
  • Subspecialty Electives 7 blocks
  • Geriatrics and Rehabilitation 1 Block

There are 13 blocks in each academic year; each block is 4 weeks in length. The above is a representative schedule for each year of training.

Although most electives are internal medicine subspecialty electives, the hospital plays host to a robust repertoire of other specialties as well, and we routinely allow motivated residents to pursue electives like interventional radiology, ophthalmology and dermatology. Additionally, we allow a maximum of one offsite elective per year of training, at the PGY2 or 3 level.

*A board review course is mandatory in PGY3.

Conferences

Morning Report: The Program Director or other faculty member leads a daily discussion of the "best cases" for learning. The discussion is open, interactive and supportive. Residents and students on ward rotations are required to attend, but everyone is welcome. In addition, every Friday one of the Internal Medicine teams presents an interesting case that they have encountered during the week. The senior resident leads the discussion, while the interns and medical students present a brief evidence-based review of the teaching points pertinent to the case.

Noon Conference: Faculty and residents use didactic, as well as case-based teaching, to give the latest, evidence-backed information on core topics of medicine. Many of these conferences are presented by subspecialty faculty. Attendance by residents, students and faculty is required.

Some noon conferences focus on board preparation using MKSAP. During these conferences, faculty present custom quizzes from MKSAP and lead the discussion of answers. The whole experience is designed to cover the most likely areas of focus of the boards and stimulate further reading and self-learning.

Medicine Grand Rounds: A variety of topics pertinent to all internists are presented formally on a monthly basis. We frequently invite renowned experts from across the country to present at these conferences. In addition, it is a great forum for residents to present interesting research that may be of value to other internal medicine physicians.

Cardiovascular Grand Rounds: A variety of topics pertinent to physicians who care for patients with cardiovascular diseases are presented formally on a monthly basis.

Nephropathology Conference: Quarterly, our Nephrology faculty lead a discussion of interesting cases that they have encountered, in conjunction with review and explanation of pathology slides by an experienced pathologist based in Arkansas. Residents are welcome to contribute.

Educational Resources

The ACP Weekly Curriculum is the core curriculum of reading materials throughout the residency program. All residents are expected to read the topic of the week, and answer the associated short quiz online. Scores are compiled on a weekly basis and reported confidentially to the program director and the resident’s mentor. Subscription is provided free of charge to all residents.

All computers on campus provide free access to UpToDate at all times.

The hospital also provides online and onsite access to a medical library with extensive electronic and print resources. Our library staff is always eager to assist with performing literature searches.

Resident-led Medstudy-based weekly board review sessions are also in development. Reading topics are assigned each week, followed by a review of board-style questions led by one of the chief residents. These sessions are mandatory for PGY3s; PGY2s and PGY1s are strongly encouraged to attend.

Research

Publications

Residency

TIG3 Interaction at the Centrosome Alters Microtubule Distribution and Centrosome Function TIG3 Interaction at the Centrosome Alters Microtubule Distribution and Centrosome Function. Tiffany M. Scharadin1*, Haibing Jiang1*, Stuart Martin4, and Richard L. Eckert1,2,3,4 *co first-author Journal of Cell Science, In press. 2012.

Faculty

I smell a rat: a case report and literature review of paradoxical thrombosis and hemophilia in a patient with brodifacoum toxicity David Franco M.D., George Everett M.D. FACP, Manoucher Manoucheri M.D. I smell a rat: a case report and literature review of paradoxical thrombosis and hemophilia in a patient with brodifacoum toxicity. Currently accepted for publication.

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Presentations

Residency

A Treatable Cause of Encephalitis You Don’t Want to Miss Bushra Ajaz, MD. A Treatable Cause of Encephalitis You Don’t Want to Miss. Presented at ACP Florida Chapter Meeting (March 2012).

Faculty

Incidental Finding of a Giant Thymolipoma Incidental Finding of a Giant Thymolipoma. Presented at ACP Florida Chapter Meeting (March 2012). Tuan Truong, MD, Bushra Ajaz, MD, Keith P. Connolly, MS-3, and Manoucher Manoucheri, MD, FACP

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Awards

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Eligibility

What You'll Need

  1. LCME graduates:
    1. Passed USMLE I and USMLE II at first attempt
    2. Doctor of Medicine diploma without reservations
    3. Fluency in spoken and written English
    4. Proof of US citizenship or appropriate visa status (FH HR requirement)
  2. AOA graduates:
    1. Passed COMLEX I and COMLEX II at first attempt
    2. Doctor of Osteopathy diploma without reservations
    3. Fluency in spoken and written English
    4. Proof of US citizenship or appropriate visa status (FH HR requirement)
  3. International graduates:
    1. Passed USMLE I and USMLE II ck at first attempt (this does not include USMLE II cs)
    2. Doctor of Medicine diploma without reservations
    3. Current ECFMG certification
    4. Proof of US citizenship or appropriate visa status (FH HR requirement) (H1B or J-1 visa's are sponsored)
    5. Fluency in spoken and written English
    6. ECFMG certificate must be in prior to ranking.
Additional Information:
  • A personal interview at the Internal Medicine Residency Program is required for applicants who meet the eligibility criteria to be considered for the match
  • The Program Director may permit the waiver of one or more of these criteria under special circumstances
  • We will be participating in ERAS and the NRMP Match.
  • Applications will only be accepted and reviewed through ERAS - please no faxes or e-mails with attachments.
  • We successfully began our program in July 2009.
  • We are a 12-12-12 program.
  • U.S. Clinical experience is not required.
  • There is no graduation cutoff date requirement.

Benefits

We’ll Take Care of You

Education Allowance

PGY-1 residents receive expenses reimbursed up to $400 for CME.
PGY-2 residents do not receive expenses reimbursed.
PGY-3 residents receive expenses reimbursed up to $2100 for CME.

Professional Fees

The program pays for Florida State Medical License and DEA license fees. The cost of certification classes such as ACLS are covered as necessary for meeting program requirements.
Our benefit package and salaries are competitive.
Educational allowance and professional fees are program specific.

Salaries (Effective Academic Year 2013/2014):

First year: $48,500
Second year: $50,500
Third year: $52,500

Medical Insurance

Family medical insurance is provided free of charge through the Florida Hospital insurance plan. Physician medical care co-pay is covered in all Residency offices.

Life Insurance

Life insurance, equivalent to one year's salary, is provided free of charge. Additional life insurance may be purchased for a minimal charge.

Malpractice Insurance

Occurrence based malpractice insurance is provided at no cost.

Vacation/Personal Time

Residents receive 4 weeks vacation/personal time each year.

Uniforms

Residents receive two white jackets in the first year, then one jacket per year. Scrubs are provided in each location's OR locker room if required.

Blackberry

Residents are provided with a Blackberry for work use during their residency.

Parking

Designated physician parking is free.

For more information on the many benefits offered across all programs, click here.

Application Process

Join Our Resident Team

Our program is a categorical three-year Internal Medicine Residency. We are unable to consider applicants for preliminary or "first year only" positions. Deadline for applications through ERAS is December 31, 2013.

Our program is accredited through ACGME. We only accept applications through ERAS ERAS, please feel free to click the link below to submit application.

ERAS Application

Directions

  • From the airport
    Take the North Exit Take 528 West (Toll $1.25) Take 1-4 East to Orlando Take the Princeton Exit (#85) Turn right on Princeton St Turn left on North Orange Ave Take the 2nd right onto East Rollins St
  • From the Tampa area:
    Take 1-4 East to Orlando Take the Princeton Exit (#85) Turn right on Princeton St Turn left on North Orange Ave Take the 2nd right onto East Rollins St
  • From the Daytona area:
    Take I-4 West to Tampa Take the Princeton Exit (#85) Turn left on Princeton St Turn left on North Orange Ave Take the 2nd right onto East Rollins St
Once on Princeton:
Make a left at Orange

For hospital parking garage entrance, turn right at King Street

Nicole Yates

Residency Coordinator

407-303-7331 2501 N Orange Ave Suite 235 Orlando, FL 32804