Students are involved in clinical care from the first year of medical school. The UF College of Medicine has created a community of learning, "Collaborative Learning Groups", in which several of our Internal Medicine faculty serve as facilitators.
The University of Florida College of Medicine is the largest college within the UF Health academic health center. It is consistently ranked among top public medical schools by U.S. News & World Report and has over $300 million in research and sponsored program funding, with researchers exploring topics across nine research centers and institutes.
If you are thinking about a future in medicine, here are some resources about the admissions process, career information, and more.
Clinical Correlations: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Community Health Scholars Program
Epidemiology and Public Health
Evidence Based Medicine
Family Medicine/Geriatrics Clerkship
Introduction to Clinical Medicine I – IV
Quality and Patient Safety
Assistant Clerkship Director – Family Medicine and Ambulatory Care
Co-Course Director – Research & Discovery
Associate Dean for Medical Education
Co-Course Director – Intro to Clinical Medicine III and IV
Clerkship Director – Required 4th Year Medicine Sub-I
Clerkship Director – Geriatrics
Clerkship Director – Internal Medicine
Medical Director – Anaclario Clinical Skills Learning and Assessment Center
Co-Course Director – Intro to Clinical Medicine I, II, III, IV