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For more information about our program, please contact Rayna Saint–Jean, our program Coordinator.

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How to apply

ACGME: 1251112033

NRMP: 1587125F0


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Mission Statement

The North Florida Regional Medical Center Geriatric Medicine Residency Program’s mission is to develop the next generation of physicians and physician leaders. As a part of HCA Healthcare, we are driven by a single mission: Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life.

This program is designed to offer residents a rewarding, educational environment where residents are provided individualized learning opportunities by faculty and staff who support and sustain one another throughout quality care delivery. Our faculty are committed to ensuring the residents' clinical experience and educational needs are fulfilled while expanding residents’ perspectives to be inclusive of cultures, values, and ideals.

Program Overview

Thank you for your interest in the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship at North Florida Regional Medical Center. Our fellowship has initial accreditation with the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

The Geriatric Medicine Fellowship is a one-year fellowship that seeks to train family medicine and/or internal medicine physicians in the various aspects of clinical geriatrics. The goal of this program is to prepare graduates to be able to obtain board certification in geriatric medicine and to be capable of excellent performance in geriatric care as practitioners, educators, administrators or directors of elder care facilities.

We believe the future of medicine begins in our communities. Our goal is to produce outstanding physicians who will meet the growing healthcare needs of our local residents. The purpose of the HCA Healthcare GME program is to develop community-based programs with curriculums that provide residents with a broad and complete education in their chosen medical field.

Each curriculum is tailored to the individual resident's specific areas of interest, strengths and academic needs. Our programs are connected to North Florida Regional Healthcare, an organization centered around North Florida Regional Medical Center located in beautiful North Central Florida.

We are looking forward to showing you all that North Florida Regional Medical Center has to offer.

Get to Know the Team

Nannette Hoffman, MD Program Director


Salary

Fellows in ACGME accredited programs sponsored by the Consortium have many of the same benefits as regular UCF employees. However, there are differences in the retirement plans and the leave policy for fellows.

The following salary are for the fiscal year 2021-2022 and may differ from future years' salaries.

Year Salary
PGY1 $60,668

Leave

  • 20 days paid vacation per year
  • 10 days paid sick time per year
  • Up to 5 days continuing education (conference attendance, fellowship interviews, board review, etc.)
  • Denial of a specific request for vacation is a leadership decision on the part of the officers of the program and is not considered a grievance

Meals

Residents are provided lunch during most educational activities that occur over the lunch hour. Residents also receive a monthly $100 stipend, referred to as Knight Bites, that they can use within the hospital cafeteria/shops for snacks and meals.

Insurance

The Human Resources website for UCF provides many details of the types of insurance provided to residents.

  • Medical insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Other supplemental policies
  • Malpractice coverage
  • Residents are provided with Professional Liability Coverage for $200,000/$1,000,000.

Technology devices

Residents will be issued an iPhone and laptop. Items will be returned at the conclusion of the residency. Please note that these items are not meant to be used for personal calls or activities.

Licensing/DEA

The cost for training licenses in the state of Florida will be paid by the program. Residents receive a "fee exempt" DEA certificate during their training, which can only be used at training sites.

Life support training

Costs incurred for obtaining required life support training (basic life support, pediatric advanced life support, neonatal resuscitation program and advanced trauma life support), including any required renewals are covered by the program.

Parking

Fellows may park in any area that is not designated as patient/visitor parking. This includes available spaces with the covered parking structures at the Medical Arts Building and the Main Entrance. Parking is always available in the GME lot, which is a short walk to the hospital.

Meals/snacks

Residents are provided lunch during most educational activities that occur over the lunch hour. Residents also receive a monthly $100 stipend, referred to as Knight Bites, that they can use within the hospital cafeteria/shops for snacks and meals.

Resident call rooms

The call rooms located in the basement of the Women's Center are dedicated to the use of the residents and fellows. There are 11 call rooms and several shower facilities available. There is also a lounge area with outlets for charging electronics. This is available when not in use for group or individual program activities.

VPN accounts

VPN accounts for home access to our hospital's medical records and library resources.