Most CEME training programs accept students from any accredited medical college. If you are interested in a core rotation or an elective at any CEME institution, and your college permits such a choice, contact the medical education coordinator at the site(s) where you wish to schedule your clerkship(s).
All of the CEME postgraduate training programs are listed below. If you have questions, wish to arrange a visit, or wish to be considered for a training positions contact the director of medical education at the particular training program that interests you.
20900 Biscayne Blvd Aventura, FL 33180
Phone: (305) 682-7000 | Fax: (305) 682-5250
Designated Institutional Officer: William Boyer, DHSc, MS, CHSE
Administrative Director - Miriam Martinez
1600 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Phone: (954) 468-5201 | Fax: (954) 712-2996
Designated Institutional Officer: Patricia Rowe-King, M.D.
10300 S.W. 216th Street, Miami, FL 33189
Phone: (305) 253-5102 | Fax: (305) 253-5112
Designated Institutional Officer: St. Anthony Amofah, M.D.
800 Clematis Street, 2nd Floor, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: (561) 837-5168 | Fax: (561) 837-5083
Designated Institutional Official: Taria Poteat, MPH
7975 Lake Underhill Road, Suite 200, Orlando, Florida 32822
Phone: (407) 303-8683 | Fax: (407) 303-8659
Designated Institutional Officer: Joseph D. Portoghese, M.D.
Director of Medical Education: Brian L. Browning, D.O.
Administrative Director of Medical Education: Ava Fulbright, MBA, C-TAGME
11750 SW 40th Street, Miami, Florida 33175
Phone: 305-480-6602 | Fax: (305) 485-2962
VP-GME/Designated Institutional Officer: Paul Romanelli, Ph.D.
Assistant VP-GME/Assistant DIO: William Boyer, DHSc, MS, CHSE
39200 Hooker Highway, Belle Glade, FL 33430
Phone: (561) 996-6571 ext. 8220 | Fax: (561) 996-8930
Director of Medical Education/Program Director: Nikerson Genève, DO
Program Contact: Takela Golson, MBA
Located in rural western Palm Beach County, 70 bed Lakeside Medical Center offers a Family Medicine residency program based in a community setting. Lakeside offers the following services:
Family Medicine residents will receive continuity of care experience at several community clinic locations including the Lakeside Medical Center physician practices, Brumback Center and the Florida Community Health Centers.
Family Medicine Residency approved for 15 postgraduate Family Medicine Residency Positions. The internship year has been integrated into the residency program. The Family Medicine Residency Program, is a three year (PGY-1 to PGY-3) program in Family Medicine. The application process is through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
General Information for Residency Programs
Health insurance, dental insurance, malpractice insurance with tail coverage, lab coats..
Per Hospital policy.
201 14th Street SW, Largo, FL 33770
Phone: (727) 588-5704| Fax: (727) 585-7205
Director of Osteopathic Medical Education: Anthony N. Ottaviani, D.O., M.P.H., FACOI, FACCP
Administrative Director of Medical Education: Lori Ackley
Largo Medical Center, a member of the HCA West Florida Division, is a 456-bed acute care hospital located in Largo, Florida. The hospital serves as the West Coast Academic Center of NSU-COM and has affiliations with University of South Florida, Bay Pines Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Dayton Children’s Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio, and University Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Largo Medical Center earned Statutory Teaching Hospital designation in August 2010.
It offers, jointly with NSU-COM, an accredited traditional rotating internship program, 7 residency programs, and 5 fellowship programs. The residency programs are in Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery and Psychiatry. Largo Medical Center also offers five fellowship subspecialty-training programs in Cardiology, Rheumatology, Gastroenterology, Pulmonary/Critical Care and Interventional Cardiology – all five programs being offshoots of the Internal Medicine Residency program. In addition, Largo Medical Center is approved to train 24 third-year and fourth year NSU-COM students.
611 Alcorn Dr, Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: (662) 293-7686 | Fax: (662) 293-4347
Director of Osteopathic Medical Education: David Victor Pizzimenti, DO
Administrative Director of Medical Education: Gena Lindsey, RN, C-TAGME
Magnolia Regional Health Center is a 200 bed acute care facility with inpatient psychiatric unit, a level 3 trauma center designation, provided care for more than 32,000 ER patient visits and an estimated 6,500 surgical procedures (inpatient and outpatient), including CV surgical procedures. We are the largest employer in Alcorn County.
Our Departmental MISSION is to produce skilled, competent, ethical, compassionate physicians through an academically rigorous training program as it relates to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, while utilizing osteopathic principles centering on treating the whole person.
EDUCATION AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:
Our program provides a structured didactic and rotational calendar. The evidence-based, hands on approach to medical training and education are fully supported by administration, teaching faculty and hospital staff. Magnolia provides a competitive benefit package and loan repayment program with an additional stipend for residents who would like to stay in the area after completion of residency training. Our Internal Medicine residency is approved for 18 spots and we take 6 residents per year. Visiting OMS III and OMS IV students are accepted for specific rotations, along with our core site students. The graduate medical education programs at MRHC prepare trainees for a variety of practice opportunities and/or subspecialty training. Our ambulatory resident clinic serves all payor sources. Residents have approximately eight patients per ½ day per week and clinic patients admitted to the hospital are followed by the residency service. Continuity clinic training begins in the first year of residency. Call—the frequency of call is 1 in 6 for interns along with the utilization of a Night Float rotation for our upper level residents. Please do not hesitate to call if you have specific questions. We began our cardiology fellowship program July 2012 with two fellows and anticipate taking two each year. Please contact the GME office if you have further interest in our fellowship.
Magnolia Regional Health Center is located in the Northeast corner of Mississippi. We are the only AOA/ACOI approved Internal Medicine Residency in the state. Considered the “Crossroads of the South”, Corinth provides easy access to Memphis, Nashville, Birmingham and Jackson. This city with low property taxes, low crime rate, award winning schools and the honorable designation of a Mississippi Certified Retirement City, has a mild climate that allows for year-round activities for all ages
We are minutes away from beautiful Pickwick Lake, State/National/Military Parks with museums rich in Civil War History, multiple golf courses and symphony/theatre productions. Our city attracts people from all walks of life and is complemented with a peaceful and natural landscape.
Internal Medicine Residency Program is approved for 18 resident training slots. Fourth-year medical students apply to the program through ERAS and are selected through the National Matching Service. For program information, please call 662-293-7686
General Information for IM Residency Program
Health insurance, life insurance, vision/dental insurance (optional), malpractice insurance, lab coats 1/2/3, Loan repayment/Stipend program, PTO days, free meals, disability, retirement plan, wellness center, electronic device, out of town rotation expense.
1431 SW First Ave, Ocala, FL 34471
Phone: (352) 401-8319 | Fax: (352) 401-8313
Director of Medical Education: Brian E. Earley, DO
3200 South University Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33328
Phone: (954) 262-1499 | Fax: (954) 262-1475
Director of Medical Education: Mark Sandhouse, DO, MS
Psychiatry Residency Program Director: Paul Roberts, III, DO
Correctional Medicine Fellowship Program Director: Dianne Rechtine, MD
Sports Medicine Fellowship Program Director: Elaine M. Wallace, DO
Administrative Director: Carol Siu, MS, C-TAGME
The Psychiatry Residency is a four-year program and is the first corrections-based osteopathic psychiatry residency program in the nation. To meet the mental health needs of all offenders, they have several levels of care, including outpatient and four levels of inpatient care: crisis stabilization, transitional care, infirmary care and the Correctional Mental Health Institute (court-ordered inpatient treatment). The curriculum also allows for external rotations in child and adolescent psychiatry as well as substance abuse treatment.
The Correctional Medicine Fellowship is a two-year fellowship leading to both board certification and a Master of Public Health degree (M.P.H.). The fellowship is open to any physician (M.D. or D.O.) either currently in correctional medicine or desiring to be in correctional medicine. Because of the program’s uniqueness, the fellowship stipend plus other payments put the pay scale at the entry level of a correctional physician in the public sector. The fellowship includes: inpatient/outpatient supervised clinical experience in acute and chronic settings in jails/prisons, medicolegal experiences and responsibilities, quality management and review, and mortality review management and control.
The Sports Medicine Fellowship is a one-year program that leads to a certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in sports medicine by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Candidates for this fellowship/subspecialty residency may enter after completion of an AOA approved residency in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine, Preventive Medicine or Emergency Medicine. Certification is granted through the primary certifying board. This is a dynamic fellowship/subspecialty residency that provides an outpatient education in PM&R, OMM and Orthopedic Surgery. Rotations are also completed in Pediatrics, the Differently Abled Athlete and Internal Medicine. There is also time allotted to concentrate on other Sports Medicine related areas in which a resident would like to focus. Residents will participate in an active Sports Medicine outpatient clinic at NSU. They will also provide medical coverage for the NSU NCAA Division II sports and North Broward High School District sports. They will provide event coverage for various teams and tournaments throughout the year. Residents will also have exposure to professional and semi-professional athletic teams, Special Olympics and mass events.
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1900 10th Avenue, Suite 100, Columbus, Georgia 31901
Phone: (706) 571-1430 | Fax: (706) 571-1604
Director of Medical Education: John R. Bucholtz, DO
Administrative Director of Medical Education: M.A. Dowdell
Midtown Medical Center is a modern, 413-bed tertiary care facility that provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services. Over its 150 year history, Midtown Medical Center has emerged as a leading provider of medical care in the West Central Georgia region surrounding Columbus. Midtown Medical Center is operated as part of the Columbus Regional Healthcare System. Because of its affiliation, many healthcare resources are available to rural areas surrounding Columbus.
In addition to Midtown Medical Center, the Regional system is comprised of several primary not-for-profit community service corporations that include ambulatory care facilities, a foundation, the John B. Amos Cancer Center and a growing physician network. As the only physician training program, our Family Medicine residents receive tremendous hands-on experiences.. Our dually accredited Family Medicine residency program received AOA approval in 2009.
Through the opportunities created by a diverse regional healthcare system, Midtown Medical Center has developed into one of the best equipped, staffed and administered hospitals in the Southeast. Many services are offered here that are provided nowhere else in the region:
Family Medicine Residency - approved for 36 total postgraduate intern and resident training slots.
Midtown Medical Center in Columbus, The Medical College of Georgia in Augusta and Floyd Medical Center in Rome are three Georgia osteopathic postgraduate training programs that partner with the Osteopathic Institute of the South and together provide comprehensive education and training.
Osteopathic Institute of the South
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2037 Grayson Highway
Grayson, GA 30017
304 Shorter Avenue, Suite 201, Rome, GA 30165
Phone: (706) 509-3311 | Fax: (706) 292-4585
Director of Medical Education: Kerwyn L. Flowers, DO
Program Director: Frank R. Don Diego, MD
Program Contact: Kathy Kean
Floyd Medical Center (Floyd) is a modern, 304-bed full service, acute care hospital and regional referral center, providing a full array of medical services and the latest technology to support centers of excellence. The Floyd family of health care services has been responding to the health care needs of Rome and surrounding communities in Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama for over 60 years. Floyd is the County’s largest employer with over 2,500 staff members. More than 300 physicians cover more than 40 medical specialties, providing individualized personal attention to more than 200,000 patients each year.
Known throughout the 16-county area as the leader in emergency and trauma care, Floyd is a state-designated Level II Trauma Center. As the only hospital in Floyd County providing maternity services, Floyd offers the latest in family-centered care in the homelike setting of the labor, delivery, and recovery suites where more than 3,000 babies are born each year. Our
Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is the only one of its kind in Northwest Georgia. The
Pediatric Specialties Unit is the only dedicated pediatric inpatient unit in the area. Floyd offers a full complement of diagnostic and treatment technologies.
This dually-accredited program has nine AOA approved positions and a total of twenty-four residency training positions. There are no competing residencies in this friendly, supportive atmosphere, which means you see it all and you do it all. The residents are exposed to the full spectrum of family medicine through our diverse patient population. The electives offer our residents the opportunity to explore a variety of subspecialties.
Transition Allowance: $3,000
Health, dental, and vision insurance paid for residents and their families; life insurance provided to residents equal to two times annual salary; spouse and dependent life insurance coverage available; malpractice coverage for program related activities; disability insurance available, 30
days leave per year; book and CME allowance; paid orientation; free lab coats and laundering; free on-duty meals; free onsite exercise center; free physician parking; snacks and drinks provided in resident lounge; BLS, ACLS and PALS provided; smartphone allowance; electronic medical records; health and wellness program; allowance for Step 3/Level 3, State license and
Kathy Kean, Physician Recruiter, 304 Shorter Avenue, Suite 201, Rome, GA, 30165
Phone (706) 509-3965, Fax (706) 292-4585, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Medical Center in Columbus, The Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, and Floyd Medical Center in Rome are three Georgia osteopathic postgraduate training programs that partner with the Osteopathic Institute of the South and together provide comprehensive education and training.
1120 15th Street, HB 3020, Augusta, GA 30912
Phone: (706) 721-3157 | Fax: (706) 721-6123
Director of Medical Education: Julie L. Dahl-Smith, DO
Program Contact: Tonia D. Story
The Family Medicine Residency Program at GHSU - Medical College of Georgia is approved for 24 residency training slots. Our primary mission is to provide quality postdoctoral Family Medicine education in order to produce an appropriate supply of well-trained osteopathic physicians dedicated to life-long learning and the practice of osteopathic philosophy and manipulative medicine.
Our osteopathic program offers:
Medicine is an integral part of the GHSU – Medical College of Georgia and the patients we serve, and the students and residents we teach are critical to the overall education, research and service goals of the entire institution. If you have further questions regarding our osteopathic training program, please contact our office.
Total Salary/Benefit Package:
Health, Dental, Life and Malpractice insurance are available. Moving allowance, Scrubs, Lab Coats, Travel Funds, Resident Retreats, Book Funds COMLEX III, Boards, Licensing fees, Annual Osteopathic dues and much more.
Founded in 1828, GHSU - Medical College of Georgia in Augusta is the health sciences University of the University System of Georgia. The School of Medicine is among the oldest existing medical schools in the United States. GHSU - MCG has nearly 2,000 students in five schools: medicine, dentistry, graduate studies, allied health sciences and nursing, as well as about 400 residents and fellows in medicine and dentistry and nearly 90 postdoctoral fellows.
A vital source of GHSU’s/MCG's program is the 520 bed GHSU - Medical College of Georgia Hospital, the MCG Children's Medical Center and over 80 clinics. GHSU - MCG Hospital and Clinics is the major referral center for the state; patients come to Augusta from throughout
Georgia, every other state and numerous foreign countries because of GHSU - MCG's rising reputation for the care of complex and difficult diseases. The 220,000-square-foot, 96-bed children's Medical Center, contiguous with GHSU - MCG Hospital, provides a full range of services to children and adolescents.
2001 W 68th St, Suite 202 Hialeah, FL 33016
Phone: (305) 364-2107 | Fax: (305) 822-8347
Director of Osteopathic Medical Education: Manuel R. Gonzalez-Brito, DO
Administrative Director of Medical Education: Rosemary Lue-Barton
Palmetto General Hospital is a 360-bed full service acute-care facility in Hialeah (greater Miami) providing a broad range of services that includes medical/surgical, cardiac catheterization, cardiopulmonary, pediatrics, obstetrics, outpatient surgery, psychiatric, lithotripsy, and radiation therapy. Specialty units include neonatal intensive care, coronary care, intensive care, and surgical intensive care. Treatment centers include the Wound Management Center and the Oncology Treatment Center. Palmetto General is the site of an affiliated rotating internship, Family Medicine residency, and an Internal Medicine residency. In addition, Palmetto General Hospital is approved to train 40 third-year and fourth year NSU-COM students.
14000 Fivay Road Hudson, FL 34667
Phone: (727) 819-2966 | Fax: (727) 697-6215
Director of Osteopathic Medical Education: Steven M. Strobbe, DO
2627 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204-4712
Phone: (904) 308-7374, #2 | Fax: (904) 308-2998
Director of Osteopathic Medical Education: Terrence L. Soldo, DO
Administrative Director of Medical Education: Damian McFarlane, MBA
Program Contact: Kora H. Gray, C-TAGME
St. Vincent's Medical Center is a 528-bed acute care community hospital on the banks of the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, FL. The Family Medicine Residency Program was established in 1972 as an ACGME accredited program, and has over 327 graduates. While maintaining our ACGME accreditation, we received AOA accreditation of the Family Medicine Residency in 2006.
There are 15 full-time Faculty in Family Medicine, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, and Behavioral Science. Completed in October 2004, the 30,000 square foot Family Medicine Center houses the residency program where both faculty and residents provide care to their own panel of patients. Laboratory, radiology and surgical facilities, 40 patient exam rooms, conference rooms, along with faculty and resident offices are designed for excellence in patient care and resident education.
Family Medicine Residency – 12 positions (AOA)*
Family Medicine Residency – 30 positions (ACGME)*
Life, Health, Dental, Eye, and Malpractice insurance, Long and Short term disability, and AD&D insurance available, Pension options, lab coats, CME allowance, moving allowance up to $1,000, USMLE/COMLEX Step 3 paid, Medical license fee for one state license covered, and Board Certification exam fees.