Florida Emergency Physicians of TeamHealth
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Curriculum: EMAPC Fellows will attend weekly didactic lectures that cover general emergency medicine, critical care, trauma, skin and wound care, hand emergencies, urological emergencies, ophthalmology, ENT/dental emergencies, thoracic emergencies, GI emergencies, OB/GYN emergencies, neurologic emergencies, musculoskeletal emergencies and pediatrics. In addition, Fellows are required to participate in monthly performance improvement meetings and procedure labs. Other methods of instruction include chart reviews/continuous quality improvement and asynchronous learning. Evaluations will be completed by the APC preceptor, the Pediatric ED physician preceptor, the ED physician preceptor and by the Program Director.
Clinical Rotations: EMAPC Fellows will work 14 shifts every month at Florida Hospital in Orlando. One to two of those months will be spent in pediatric emergency medicine with direct physician supervision. The trainee will benefit from the interdisciplinary learning experiences from PA/NP mentors, physician supervision and EM faculty instruction.
Program Length: 12 months
Class Size: Up to 10
Class start dates: Information Unavailable
Credential: Information Unavailable
Stipend: Information Unavailable
Benefits: APCs accepted into the program will be full-time employees of FEP, which includes competitive pay and benefits including full medical coverage, short and long term disability.
Contact Information: Shasta McGill