Faculty of AdventHealth Medical Education
Residents PGY - 3
Residents PGY - 2
Residents PGY - 1
Founded in the osteopathic tradition, the program integrates the principles of continuity, whole person, and family care, while maintaining a guided philosophy of caring for the mind-body-spirit with attention to its relation to health. Our curriculum is designed to train our residents to become osteopathic family physicians to the highest scope of their specialty.
- PGY - 1
Rotaion Weeks Introduction to Family Medicine
Inpatient Family Medicine 14 Weeks Inpatient Obstetrics
Ambulatory Gynecology 2 Weeks Pharmacy 2 Weeks Emergency Medicine 2 Weeks Cardiology 2 Weeks Inpatient and Ambulatory Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine 4 Weeks General Surgery 4 Weeks Orthopedics 4 Weeks Newborn 4 Weeks Inpatient Peds 4 Weeks
- PGY - 2
Rotation Weeks Inpatient Family Medicine 12 Weeks Sports Medicine 4 Weeks Inpatient and Ambulatory Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine 4 Weeks Critical Care: 4 Weeks Geriatrics 4 Weeks Inpatient pediatric 4 Weeks Practice management 2 Weeks Ambulatory Family Medicine 4 Weeks Outpatient pediatrics: 4 Weeks Obstetrics and Gynecology 4 Weeks Elective 4 Weeks Community medicine 2 Weeks
- PGY - 3
Rotation Weeks Inpatient Family Medicine 10 Weeks Practice Management 2 Weeks Surgery Elective 4 Weeks Pediatric Emergency Medicine 4 Weeks Emergency Medicine 4 Weeks Geriatrics 4 Weeks Ambulatory Family Medicine 4 Weeks Inpatient and Ambulatory Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine 4 Weeks Elective 8 Weeks Outpatient Gynecology 2 Weeks
- Teaching Sites
AdventHealth Family Medicine at East Orlando
A. Continuity Clinic
* OMM appointments integrated into residency continuity clinic schedules
* 1 half day for PGYs
* 2-3 half days for PGY2s
B. 3 half days for PGY3s
C. diverse patient population
D. equipment to perform outpatient family medicine procedures
E. dedicated pediatric continuity practice operated by the residency
F. located in the same complex as the core teaching hospital AHEO
AdventHealth Orlando at East Orlando
A. Core hospital and the inpatient teaching site for the family medicine program
B. 296 inpatient beds and 80 ED beds (the busiest in the system)
C. Residents manage their own patients on the family medicine service under the supervision of
D. Rotations and interaction with medical and surgical specialists who have a dedicated
teaching relationship with our residency program.
Other teaching sites:
A. AdventHealth Orlando for Women
B. AdventHealth Orlando for Children
C. AdventHealth Orlando at Winter
- Academic Time
We teach maximization of the body's inherent anatomic and physiologic capabilities to restore and maintain health. We teach that spiritual, emotional, and mental well-being are just as important as physical health.
- Dedicated Wednesday afternoon didactics
* Evidence based didactics are conducted by core faculty and invited guest speakers
* Special sessions including behavioral health, wellness, and geriatrics
Night Float coverage for the family medicine inpatient service
Weekends covered by a rotating call system
Fully funded international mission trips
Work with local underserved populations through the Community Medicine Clinic
Physicians game coverage for at home games for the Orlando Solar Bears and local high school sports
NMM track for PGY2s and 3s with a special interest in osteopathic manipulation and plans to pursue an ONMM3 residency
What You'll Need
The program participates in the ACGME match through the National Residency Match Program (NRMP). Applications will only be accepted through the match process.
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Graduation from an American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (AOACOCA) Accredited College of Medicine within the past five years.
- Passed Part I and Part II (CE and PE) of the Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX)
- Application through ERAS
- Personal Interview with Program Director
Doctors of Medicine (MD) candidates must meet the following criteria:
1. Graduation from a medical school in the United States or Canada within the past five years, accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME)
a) If not a graduate of the above, is Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG certified) and graduated within the past five years.
2. 200 hours of verified hours of training in Osteopathic Principles and Practice such as:
a) Participation in a formal osteopathic introductory course such as those taught through the American Academy of Osteopathy
b) Attendance to multiple osteopathic focused conferences such as the American Academy of Osteopathy Annual Convocation
3. A letter of recommendation from a DO with whom they have rotated that explains how the applicant has demonstrated OPP
4. A personal statement explaining why they want to complete an Osteopathically Recognized program
5. Passed Part I and Part II (CK and CS) of the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE)
6. Application through ERAS
7. Personal Interview with Program Director
PGY-1 residents receive a 5-day leave to attend conferences and expenses reimbursed up to $250.
PGY-2 residents receive a 5-day leave to attend conferences and expenses reimbursed up to $800.
PGY-3 residents receive a 5-day leave to attend conferences and expenses reimbursed up to $1300.
CME allowance can be used for board prep courses, conference and electronic devices.
PGY 1 - $54,080.00
PGY 2 - $56,139.20
PGY 3 - $58,177.60
PGY 4 - $60,257.60
Florida State Medical License and DEA license fees. The cost of certification classes such as ACLS, PALS, BLS, NRP are covered as necessary for meeting program requirements.