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Florida Hospital East Orlando Medical Residency Program

Florida Hospital East Orlando Medical Residency Program

Find a hospital where higher learning and a higher calling reside. As a medical school graduate you have the opportunity to join Florida Hospital East Orlando's residency program and take your education to the next level. Our hospital offers one of nation's largest family residency programs, and one of Florida's busiest emergency rooms, giving our resident physicians a robust, well-rounded experience to confidently practice medicine.
 
To apply for a residency program at Florida Hospital East Orlando, call (407) 303-7133, or email fh.gme.clerkship@flhosp.org.
 
Florida Hospital East Orlando Family Residency Program
Program Director: Joseph Allgeier, DO
  • Graduate of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Graduate of Florida Hospital East Orlando Family Residency Program
Program Highlights:
  • The largest family residency program in the state and one of the largest in the U.S.
  • Program consists of 13 faculty positions and 34 resident physicians
  • Family Medical and specialties offered:
    • Family Medicine
    • Counseling Services
    • Geriatrics
    • Internal Medicine
    • Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment
    • Pediatrics
    • Podiatry
    • Sports Medicine
    • Women's Healthcare
Florida Hospital East Orlando Emergency Residency Program
Program Director: Marc Santambrosio, DO
Program Highlights:
  • Accredited Emergency Residency Program
  • Began in 2008 with UCF students completing rotations
  • Three year program with six students each year
  • Program helps bring much-needed Emergency Physicians to the East Orlando community
  • Residents train in the busiest emergency department in the Florida Hospital system
Florida Hospital East Orlando Podiatry Residency Program
Program Director: Gerald Bornstein, DPM
  • Has trained many podiatrists practicing in Central Florida
  • Over 20 years experience in Central Florida as a Podiatric Surgeon 
Program Highlights:
  • Six Students Per Year
  • Two 1st-year students
  • Two 2nd-year students
  • Two 3rd-year students