Residency Program Overview

Residency Program

Growing Residency Program

  • Twenty-seven residents total (9 per year)
  • Sports Medicine and Women’s Health Areas of Concentration

Collaborative residency training

Inpatient Medicine experience with our own Family Medicine team, on a FM dedicated ward

  • Night Float system

Optional Areas of Concentration

  • Sports Medicine – Dr. Charlie Michaudet
  • Obstetrics – Dr. Tanya Anim
  • Gynecology – Dr. George Samraj

Fellowships: Sports Medicine, Geriatrics, Global Health

State-of-the-art building with onsite lab, x-ray machine, resident lounge, and shower (with cyclists in mind).

Participates in the NRMP Main Residency Match. (NRMP Program Code: 1824120C0)

Family Medicine Center

Psychiatrist on site – Dr. Michael Ware, former Program Director of UF Psychiatry

  • Unparalleled psychiatry training and learning opportunities
  • Always available to give assistance with pharmacotherapy and challenging cases

Pharmacists on site – Available for consult

  • Anticoagulation Consult Service
  • Diabetes teaching and patient counseling
  • Transition of Care

Social workers and therapists on site

  • Manage patients social/financial/insurance issues
  • Easy and immediate access for patient counseling
  • Home visits

Other Specialty Clinics –

  • Procedure Clinic
  • Pain Management Clinic
  • Podiatry Clinic
  • Sports Medicine Clinic
  • Colposcopy Clinic
  • Urgent Care Clinic

Compensation (2016-2017)

  • PGY I: $50,316
  • PGY II: $52,008
  • PGY III: $53,817
  • PGY IV (Sports Medicine Fellowship): $56,007


3 weeks vacation

10 days paid sick leave

Presentation Days

CME and Stipend

  • PGYI & PGYII – iPad
  • PGYII 5 days
  • PGYIII – $750 and 5 days

Moonlighting opportunities: GATOR FOOTBALL GAMES, hospitalist, emergency department

Paid fees for USMLE Step 3, Florida Medical License, ACLS/ATLS/PALS, Board Certification fee

Parent/Child Elective Offering – for family obligations and responsibilities

Wednesday afternoon didactics (1:00-5:00 PM) with lunch provided

Embroidered Lab Coats

Fully-paid national conferences for presentations

Gainesville Fun Facts

Continues to rank as one of the best places to live in the United States

  • Ranked #1 place to live in North America (Cities Ranked and Rated, 2007)

The beautiful landscape and urban “forest” provides plenty of opportunities to stay active and healthy.

  • Multiple biking and running trails, water springs and rivers

Gulf breezes make summer days pleasantly warm, nights comfortably cool, & produces dry and mild winters.

  • Average of 2,800 hours of sunshine annually
  • June average high temperature: 90° F
  • January average high temperature: 66° F

Located within 2 hours of St. Augustine, Tampa Bay, Orlando and Jacksonville

Median Age: 24

Population: ~248,000 (county-wide)

Average rainfall is 47.56 inches per year

First sports drink – Gatorade


Additional information regarding House Staff Benefits can be found here.


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