Dr. Roy Forman receives the Mission Model award
Dr. Rojan Joseph receives the Outstanding Community Faculty Educator award
Dr. Julia Weeks instructs 3rd year students Brian Day and Jimmy Brown on Dermatology procedures.
Class of 2021 students join the Tallahassee Regional Campus and accept a $2,000 scholarship award from the Capital Medical Society.
Jessica Imrisek received the Inpatient Pediatrics Excellence award at the Class of 2019 graduation dinner.
Meghan Lewis received the 2019 Campus Dean's award at the Class of 2019 graduation dinner.
Dr. Cathy Levenson performed with her band at our 2019 Wine Tasting Gala. Dr. Levenson is a member of our research faculty here at FSU the College of Medicine. The Levenson…
Midnight Caravan performed at our Wine Tasting Gala, where we raised almost $7,000.
Dr. Hardeep Singh, from Digestive Disease Clinic of Tallahassee, and Dr. Sandeep Rahangdale, Dean of the Tallahassee Regional Campus.
Members of our Thomasville medical faculty, Dr. Susan Manson, Dr. Arasi Thangavelu and Dr. Fiona Kehoe.
Class of 2020 medical student Ellison Atkinson and Alumni Dr. Tracey Graham, Class of 2010, practices Emergency Medicine at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Student volunteers and staff were responsible for another scholarship fundraiser success.
We had three very special guests this week from the Internal Medicine Residency Program at TMH, Dr. Claudia Kroker-Bode, Program Director, and from the Class of 2018, Dr.…
The Class of 2020 participated in the Doctoring 3 course called Dermatological Procedures and Suturing Practice.
Class of 2020 participating in the Doctoring 3 course called Dermatological Procedures and Suturing Practice.
Doctoring 3 Dermatological Procedures and Suturing Practice
Class of 2020 3rd Year Orientation Scott Nelson, Daniel Lopez, Joseph Chen, and Matthew Hager.
Class of 2020 3rd Year Orientation pictured at the electronic medical records training.
Class of 2020 3rd Year Orientation, Max Richardson, Tarvis Peacock and Joseph Chen.
- May 04Tallahassee Regional Campus (Tallahassee)
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.