University of South Florida

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History

The Division of Emergency Medicine has been an academic unit within the College of Medicine since 2003. It is responsible for the medical direction of the Tampa General Hospital Emergency Care Center and the USF Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program. Most of the Emergency Medicine training occurs at TGH. USF Health includes the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health and Pharmacy and sponsors residency training in 42 specialties.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: David Orban
  • Program Director: Kelly O'Keefe
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director:
  • Research Director: Preeti Jois, MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

Primary Tampa General Hospital

Secondary Hospital

Curriculum

PGY1

  • Adult Emergency Medicine 3 months
  • Anesthesia 2 weeks
  • Anesthesia 2 weeks
  • Ophthomology 2 weeks
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology 1 month
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit 1 month
  • Cardiac Intensive Care Unit 1 month
  • Trauma Surgery 1 month
  • Orthopedic Surgery 1 month
  • Neurosurgery 1 month
  • Internal Medicine 1 month EM selective

PGY2

  • Adult Emergency Medicine 5.5 months
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
  • Toxicology 2 weeks
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit 1 month
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit 1 month
  • EM Select or Ultrasound
  • Emergency Medical Services 1 month
  • Psychiatry 1 month

PGY3

  • Adult Emergency Medicine (with peds inte
  • Trauma ICU 1 month
  • Administration 2 weeks
  • Ultrasound/Radiology 2 weeks
  • Research 1 month
  • Elective 1 month

Electives

Fellowships

  • Ultrasound
  • EMS
  • Critical Care
  • Administration

Contact Information

Residency Coordinator: Jean Dunn Email: Jean_Dunn@teamhealth.com Phone: +1 813 627 5931

External Links

http://health.usf.edu/medicine/internalmedicine/emergency/

See Also