- Medical Students
The AdventHealth Orlando clerkship program provides medical students with firsthand, rewarding experiences to supplement their undergraduate education. Our students have the opportunity to encounter real-life situations with professional guidance, all in a fast-paced educational environment. To apply for 3rd year request download and complete the clerkship application below. For 4th year elective request(s) please select the Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS) website link.
If your school does not use VSAS, please submit a Clerkship Application for consideration.
- Visiting Residents
In support of its educational mission, AdventHealth Orlando Graduate Medical Education provides rotating residents from any ACGME/AOA/CPME-accredited training program in good standing with a clerkship experience. Our clerkship offers a variety of clinical exposures in its residency training programs or with any of its registered AdventHealth Medical Staff members in good standing. The experience is designed to fulfill the requirements as outlined by the Specialty Board of the program. The purpose of this policy is to provide an environment that is safe for patients, office staff, medical trainees and medical staff; respect patients' rights to privacy and confidentiality; and enhance the educational experience of the rotating residents.
- Advanced Practitioners
GME credentials the following programs: APRN, CRNA, CNM and PA. GME does not provide housing. After completing the application you will be email login details and the list of required documents be uploaded into New Innovations . Advanced Practitioners are responsible for finding their own preceptors and obtaining signatures for approval. The first requirement for Advanced Practitioners is to determine if a current Academic Affiliation Agreement is in place between your school and AdventHealth Orlando. If a new contract is necessary, it must be approved and signed on the AdventHealth Orlando template without changes. All required documents, including the signed agreement, must be turned in to be considered for a rotation. An individual orientation session with the Clerkship Coordinator can be scheduled as soon as all documents are received.
All medical students, advanced practitioners and visiting residents and fellows must complete the general GME Orientation session prior to the start of their scheduled training on any AdventHealth Orlando campus. This must be scheduled with the Clerkship Coordinator after the appropriate documents have been submitted.
AdventHealth Orlando Graduate Medical Education
2501 North Orange Avenue, Suite 235
Orlando, Florida 32804
Orientation begins promptly at 8:30 A.M. on Monday mornings.
If a holiday falls on a Monday, orientation will take place on Tuesday. You will be emailed a formal confirmation for orientation the week before your start date with further instructions.
- You are required to wear your white lab coat at all times while on the premises of AdventHealth Orlando as well as a temporary ID which will be provided upon arrival.
- Identification badges are to be worn on the upper portion of the chest on the outer garment (except in areas where a sterile environment is required).
- School/Program badges are to be worn in addition to the temporary AdventHealth Orlando Badge.
- You are required to remain with your Preceptor at all times.
- Any breach of this policy is grounds for suspension of your training.
- There is a $10 fee for lost or damaged identification badges.
- AdventHealth Orlando ID Badges must be returned at the end of your training.
What You Will Need
Along with your GME training application, other forms of documentation may be required for a given program. Be sure to submit all necessary materials to be considered for placement.
When applying for fourth year residency audition rotations or clerkship electives through VSAS, you will need to have your CV, personal statement and scores uploaded to your profile for review. If you are approved, you will then upload required documents as directed through VSAS.
We do not use VSLO for international students. We are only able to take international students from specific Caribbean schools where we hold an active academic affiliation agreement. In this case, please go through your clinical coordinator for instructions, as a paper application is necessary.
Third year core rotations are only approved by already established core programs. The onboarding process will be explained once you are scheduled. Third year elective requests require a paper application. Fourth year elective requests outside of VSAS or GME residency programs will also require a paper application.
Additional Helpful Resources
Throughout your clerkship program research, further questions may arise. For more information, please contact Heather Hernadez.
Housing is not provided through AdventHealth Orlando.