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Being a Florida Gator has many PERKS! Starting September 1st, Housestaff that work primary in the South Tower can receive a free bottle of soda or small coffee at Opus! […]

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Virtual Comment Box

A new way for Housestaff to share their feedback! This new virtual comment box goes straight to Cristin Owens in Housestaff Affairs.  Click here to leave a comment!

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Lounge Code Change

Note: The 6th floor lounge code has changed (7-11-13). See your chief resident for more details.

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Welcome to the University of Florida Graduate Medical Education Home Page

This site is a source of ongoing important information for housestaff and prospective housestaff at the University of Florida and UF Health in Gainesville.

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Drug Abuse Among Doctors

Feb 5th, 2014

Drug Abuse Among Doctors: Easy, Tempting, and Not Uncommon! For doctors addicted to prescription medications,recovery often begins with — and depends upon — intervention by their peers and coworkers. Click […]

A 3-year M.D.?

Sep 30th, 2013

Last week’s New England Journal of Medicine had some interesting perspectives on undergraduate medical education.  As you may know, some schools have implemented and others are looking at developing 3-year […]

The Future of Academic Health Centers

Sep 12th, 2013

In this week’s New England Journal of Medicine, there is a very illuminating editorial entitled “Transforming Academic Health Centers for an Uncertain Future.”  You can read that article by clicking on […]

New Housestaff Perks

New Housestaff Perks

Aug 27th, 2013

Being a Florida Gator has many PERKS! Starting September 1st, Housestaff that work primary in the South Tower can receive a free bottle of soda or small coffee at Opus! […]

ACGME Proposes New Common Standard That Will Change Eligibility Requirements

Aug 26th, 2013

Here is important news for all program directors and for our colleagues who have graduated from an Osteopathic School, an Osteopathic Residency Program, or a non-LCME accredited medical school (i.e. all […]