The Florida State University College of Medicine sponsors ten residency and fellowship programs. These programs are operated in collaboration with our healthcare partners. We continue to assess and identify the opportunity to expand our GME enterprise across the state with our healthcare partners.
Ten programs and over 230 faculty to help you on your medical education journey.
Access to cutting-edge facilities and ground-breaking research projects across the state.
Optimal clinical learning environments to develop exemplary physicians.
Quality Graduate Medical Education
The Florida State University College of Medicine Office of Graduate Medical Education fosters programs that provide optimal clinical learning environments to develop exemplary physicians who independently practice culturally sensitive, patient-centered health care; commit to life-long learning and well-being; and lead their specialties and communities, especially through compassionate service to vulnerable populations.
Top Residency Programs
The Florida State University College of Medicine is proud to sponsor alongside our hospital partners ten programs throughout the state of Florida.
About Dr. Boyer
Dr. Bill Boyer is the Associate Dean and Designated Institutional Official (DIO) in the Florida State University College of Medicine as well as an Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences. He oversees all sponsored residency and fellowship programs and collaborates with our healthcare partners across the state. Dr. Boyer is actively engaged in assessing the current state of the GME enterprise and identifying opportunities to expand programs across the state. He is also actively involved in advancing faculty development opportunities, other educational endeavors, and immersive learning and simulation across the medical and physician assistant programs and residency/fellowship programs.
Met the team dedicated to ensuring your Graduate Medical Education (GME) experience is a success
Helpful links to resources, faculty development, training information, evaluations, and other educational materials.
The Wellness Program seeks to increase clinician wellness and reduce burnout and distress.
The GME programs will enable residents to develop proficiency in the ACGME competencies.