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The IM Program has been carefully planned to fulfill the requirements of the Internal Medicine Residency Review Committee (RRC) of the ACGME. The curriculum offers a broad and balanced experience in both ambulatory and inpatient settings that prepare the graduate for a career in general internal medicine, either primary care, hospital medicine or to continue training in a subspecialty. By the end of the three-year program, graduating residents leave as skilled and confident practitioners in the care and treatment of major acute and chronic diseases.

Full-time faculty conduct daily rounds on admitted patients and supervise residents in the ambulatory clinic and the hospital. The faculty provide oversight and assist in patient care at all times. Residents are responsible for the work-up of patients, for writing all orders, and for performing diagnostic procedures and therapy. Additionally, there are daily conferences and teaching rounds in the various medical subspecialties, weekly grand rounds, clinical pathology and other medical conferences

The collaboration between FSU and TMH provides a foundation for transformational learning and allows residents to have innovative and inspirational experiences. Since we are a smaller program you will be getting the full attention from faculty you deserve.

Rotation Schedule

Med - 4 Med - 2-3 Med - 2-3
CCS - 1 ER - 1 CCS - 2
Cardiology - 1 CCS - 1 Hem/Onc - 1
Consult - 1 Cardiology - 1 Consult - 1.5
Renal - 1 Neurology - 1 Elective - 1
ER - 1 Ambulatory 1.5 Med-Consult - 1
Amb - 2 Consult - .5 Night Float - 1
Elective - 1 Elective - 1  
Night Float - 1 Med-Consult - 1  
  Hem/Onc - 1  
  Night Float - 1  
  1 Block (4 weeks)  

Medicine Night Float Team

A night float system for both admissions and floor coverage is in place from Monday to Sunday. The night float team admits patients from 7.00PM to 8AM which includes supervised Transition of Care. Patients being admitted are going to inpatient floors, the MICU and CCU. One day you are the admitting team and the next day you are only picking up the admissions from the night float team.

Duty Hours Compliance

We are in full compliance with ACGME work hour regulations. In order to help maintain patient safety and resident well being, we strictly monitor that all residents in the program follow the duty hour regulations. We follow a soft cap of 14 patients per team consisting of 2 interns and 1 senior with medical students. Our hard cap is 16 patients per team because we believe that teaching and learning needs time to do so.