Division of General Internal Medicine Awards 2018-2019

Congratulations to our General Internal Medicine Faculty on their recent achievements. Thank you for your commitment to our patients! Top Faculty Mentor Margaret Lo, MD Patients First Award for Outstanding […]

Zareen Zaidi

Dr. Zaidi, Medical Education Scholarship Award (MESA) recipient

Congratulations to Dr. Zaidi for receiving the 2019 Medical Education Scholarship Award (MESA) presented by the AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs. This award was received in the category of […]

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UF Health accepted as member of the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health

Congratulations to Dr. Estores and the Integrative Medicine team for the recent confirmation of membership to the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health. The Consortium represents 72 leading institutions […]

Rebecca Beyth, MD, MSc

Dr. Rebecca Beyth named 2018-19 University Term Professor

Dr. Rebecca Beyth, MD, MSc has been recognized as one of the College of Medicine’s University Term Professors for 2018-19.

Ryan Nall, Hippocratic Award

Dr. Ryan Nall chosen as 2018 UF College of Medicine Hippocratic Award Winner

Dr. Ryan Nall was chosen as the 2018 recipient of the UF College of Medicine Hippocratic Award, a prestigious honor chosen by the UF College of Medicine Class of 2018. 

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Dr. Ryan Nall elected Clinical Teacher of the Year

Ryan Nall, MD was elected Clinical Teacher of the Year by the University of Florida medical students for 2017.

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Eric Rosenberg, MD, MSPH, FACP

Welcome to the Division of General Internal Medicine, a dynamic group of 40 faculty members dedicated to excellence in clinical care, medical education, and research.

Our faculty members are consistently recognized as among the very best clinicians and educators in the College of Medicine as evidenced by numerous leadership positions and awards for teaching medical students and housestaff.

We provide personalized, comprehensive primary care services for adult residents of North Central Florida.  Our areas of expertise include prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease.  Our clinics offer immunizations, osteoporosis screening, cholesterol and glucose testing and pre-surgical consultation.  We strongly emphasize evidence-based practice, disease prevention and health promotion.

Our research activities have resulted in multiple publications, grants awards and presentations at the regional, national and international level.  Many research initiatives are the product of growing collaborative efforts with faculty in other Divisions, Departments and Colleges at UF.


Eric I. Rosenberg, MD, MSPH, FACP
Professor and Chief
Division of General Internal Medicine
Department of Medicine, UF College of Medicine
Associate Chief Medical Officer, UF Health Hospitals

Publications – Hot Off The Press

Mindful Doctoring in the EHR Era

Dr. Irene Estores recently published a thought piece on the website Closler regarding ‘Mindful Doctoring in the EHR Era’. Please follow the link here to view the article.   Estores, […]

Teaching Students How to Improve Safety and Quality in Two Children’s Hospitals: Building a Pediatric Clerkship Patient Safety and Quality Experience

This report describes a novel method to enhance medical student understanding of systems-based practice and patient safety through experiential learning, assessing the perceived value of student identified patient safety and […]

Quality Improvement in Cardiovascular Imaging

Implementation of quality improvement (QI) activities is growing in health care settings across the world. Within cardiovascular imaging, areas for improvement include consistency of result reporting, greater patient safety through […]

Advancing supportive oncology care via collaboration between psycho-oncology and integrative medicine

As survival after cancer diagnosis increases, patients are increasingly turning toward integrative therapies (e.g., yoga, acupuncture, massage) to manage acute and chronic concerns related to cancer treatment and survivorship. As […]

Patient-Level Adherence and Interventions in an Interdisciplinary DOAC Clinic

Background: Direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) are high risk medications with short half-lives making adherence vitally important. Global measures for adherence have been described; however, there is a lack of patient-level […]

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