The vision of the UF Internal Medicine Program is to: 1) Continue to increase diversity of electives and faculty support to teach our residents in an expanding inpatient and outpatient hospital system; 2) Further increase resident scholarly activity and publications; 3) Expand the functionality of our quarterly EMR-driven Resident Performance Dashboard to teach and provide residents with feedback on practice habits and population health; 4) Further cultivate resident wellness and resilience in an atmosphere of collegiality and inquiry.
The mission of the UF Medicine Residency program is to train residents to be compassionate, dedicated, and well-rounded internists by balancing academic rigor and clinical diversity with a supportive and collegial learning environment. Our long-standing tradition of camaraderie, teamwork, and clinical innovation empowers residents to improve the health of the culturally and socioeconomically diverse patient population in the Southeast region. We remain committed to providing an individualized training environment for each resident that caters to career interests, balances clinical autonomy with structured learning, and emphasizes scholarly research as well as personal-professional well-being.
News and announcements
Congratulations to the General Internal Medicine Ambulatory Resident Clinic Award winners!
Congratulations to Vishal Patel for being voted Intern of the Month and Steven Brady for Resident of the Month for April!
Congratulations to William King for being voted Intern of the Month and Kenny Chang for Resident of the Month for March! Thank you for your hard work…
Leadership for residents
Peer mentoring, sponsorship, career resilience, and guidance for residents.
Representatives from each postgraduate level are elected by their peers to serve on the Housestaff Advisory Committee.
Resident led and driven committees to empower residents and enact change.
Resident created monthly newsletter.