University of Florida Gainseville

University of Florida Department Of Emergency Medicine Residency Program is located at the UF Health Shands Medical Center, the University’s primary medical school campus, in Gainesville, Florida. It has experienced remarkable expansion and growth in its pursuit of excellence in resident training. We are committed to training residents to become superior well-rounded clinicians that have the skills to become educators, researchers, and leaders in Emergency Medicine. Are you ready to join our team?

Physician suicide was already double the national average pre-COVID. Before social isolation, before PPE fatigue, before our jobs became even harder. One of the biggest problems with stress is that we
A 24-year-old male with history of intravenous drug use and tricuspid valve replacement 10 days ago presents with pain at his sternotomy site. The surgery was performed at another hospital, and the pa
One of our nation's greatest health challenges is the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus, which is expected to swell by more than 50% by 2035. Many of these diabetic patients will lack both primar
Purple urine bag syndrome, first reported in 1978, is a subset of catheter-associated urinary tract infection.
The DAWN and DEFUSE trials have expanded the window for stroke intervention. How is that affecting prehospital care?
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Critical Care Research Database - 2015 Edition This research database is a comprehensive resource through which students, residents and fellows can develop a sound understanding of major topics in th
Inteviews: RRC Committee Leaders I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Drs. Wallace Carter, chair, and Philip Shayne, vice chair, of the Residency Review Committee (RRC) for emergency medic
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The State of the Specialty The RRC reviewed 32 programs and accredited two new core EM programs, six EMS fellowship programs, and one pediatric EM fellowship program. I have now completed attendance
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Council of Review Committee Residents Meeting It's been a busy beginning to 2014. The week after our EMRA Board of Directors retreat for strategic planning, I traveled to Chicago for the biannual Cou