A Lifetime of Care

Committed to excellence in medical care, discovery, and training the next generation of physicians.

1st We are home to the first General Internal Medicine fellowship program in the state of Florida.

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120 Our faculty authored over 120 peer-reviewed publications in the most recent 4 years, with a focus on genomic medicine, colorectal cancer, medical education, and primary care.

Our Research Interests

96% 2021 Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey Results

Patient Care

5716+ Teaching hours devoted to enriching the clinical education of our medical students and internal medicine residents each year.

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A welcome from Our Chief


Dr. 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 house staff.

Our Specialty Clinics




Hypertension_Doctor and Patient

Pre-Operative Evaluations


Weight Management



Dr. Ryan Nall Receives 2022 Hippocratic Award

Associate Professor Ryan Nall, M.D., receives the 2022 UF College of Medicine Hippocratic Award. The award is presented annually to a faculty member…

2022 Award

Division of General Internal Medicine Awards 2022

Congratulations to the award recipients on their achievements. Thank you for your commitment to our patients! Faculty Mentorship Award For…

Patient First Award

Division Faculty Named Teacher of the Year

UF College of Medicine alumni and educators recently honored with prestigious awards for their teaching.

Dr. Ryan Nall, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine

Recent publications

Destigmatizing Obesity And Overcoming Barriers

Weight stigma is particularly prevalent and detrimental, especially in healthcare settings. With documented high levels of weight bias in clinicians…

Improving Burnout and Well-Being Among Residents

With growing resident burnout, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education issued new requirements for program interventions to optimize…

Three-year Clinical Interventions – DOAC

Direct oral anticoagulants (DOAC) are increasingly utilized for the prevention of thrombotic events. Unlike warfarin they do not require drug-level…