Third year medical students Tim Carter (left) and Ben Borgert (center left) volunteer with Hands and Hearts for Horses as part of their Community Medicine rotation.
Dr. Thomas A. Zorn received the Mission Model Award at our annual All Faculty event. The award was accepted by his uncle Dr. Richard Zorn in his stead. Dr. Thomas Zorn works…
Dr. Briana Thompson, Class of 2014, received The Outstanding Clinical Faculty Award last evening at our annual All Faculty Meeting. Dr. Thompson works with the North Florida…
Julie Peacock celebrated her 20th Anniversary with the FSU College of Medicine by receiving a plaque from Dr. Alma Littles, Dr. John P. Fogarty and Dr. Sandeep Rahangdale.
Congratulations to Blaire Cote, one of the newest student members of the FSU Chapman Chapter of Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Congratulations to Shanquell Dixon, one of the newest student members of the FSU Chapman Chapter of Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Congratulations to Christopher Pope, one of the newest student members of the FSU Chapman Chapter of Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Class of 2023 students Alan Riley, Benjamin Borgert, and Tim Carter learn dermatology procedure techniques.
Dr. Rahangdale, Dr. Littles, and Tess Van Vessem attend the Class of 2021 regional campus graduation dinner.
Dean Rahangdale presented Jackie Hanners with the Regional Campus Dean's Award at the Class of 2021 graduation dinner.
Brown is the first recipient of the Nancy Van Vessem, M.D. Memorial Scholarship, established to honor the local health care and community leader whose life ended in a shooting…
Class of of 2021 students Andrew Currieo (back left) and Gregory Rodriguez (back right) spent the last few weeks participating in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital's animal…
Today Dr. Amy Marlo Haddock, Class of 2013, gave the OB/GYN Doctoring 3 talk on Amenorrhea. Dr. Haddock is a practicing physician with the North Florida Women's Care group…
Dr. Rojan Joseph receives the Outstanding Community Faculty Educator award
- Apr 25
Tallahassee Regional Medical School Campus
As a community-based medical school, the Florida State University College of Medicine provides third- and fourth-year clinical training at regional medical school campuses around the state through affiliations with local physicians, ambulatory care facilities and hospitals.
At the Regional Medical School Campus - Tallahassee, clerkship directors from the Tallahassee area direct the students' rotations in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, obstetrics-gynecology, geriatrics, psychiatry and emergency medicine. Additional community physicians serve as clerkship faculty in these and other clinical areas.