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Regional Campus eTours

Welcome to Tallahassee

At any given time, about 40 students are spending their third and fourth years of medical school at the Tallahassee Regional Campus. They learn from the faculty of more than 450 community physicians in an apprentice-type relationship. (4m:32s)

Meet Dean Ronald Hartsfield, M.D.

Dean Hartsfield graduated from FSU’s Program in Medical Sciences, the predecessor of the College of Medicine. Ultimately he specialized in internal medicine and was medical director at Big Bend Hospice. In addition to the Tallahassee campus, he also oversees the programs in Marianna and Thomasville. (3m:14s)

Tallahassee Student Experiences

Hands-on experience is what separates FSU’s medical school from many others. In this video, you’ll hear one student marvel at the fact that, on her OB-GYN rotation, she got to deliver at least 20 babies. (3m:56s)

On Campus and On Call in Tallahassee

The physician faculty members are the key to our students’ medical education. Students don’t have to compete with residents, so they have virtually unlimited access to the attending physicians. Find out what a typical day on rotations is like. (3m:57s)

Tallahassee After Hours

Maclay Gardens, Wakulla Springs State Park, running trails, unique restaurants, cultural events and Florida State football are just a few of the attractions that Tallahassee offers. (3m:10s)

Marianna Rural Program

Students may choose to spend their entire third year in the rural community of Marianna, an hour and a half west of Tallahassee. Students say that both the physicians and patients provide a warm welcome and unlimited opportunities to learn. (4m:18s)

Thomasville Program

About 45 miles north of Tallahassee, Thomasville, Ga., is a small town with a large hospital that serves numerous communities. Like the people of Marianna, the people of Thomasville go out of their way to give students an unbeatable medical experience. (3m:2s)