USF Faculty & Provider Profiles

Faculty Directory Profile Information

All USF Health faculty members are required to populate a faculty directory profile.

Faculty directory profiles are located across USF Health's academic sites. The profiles are academic in nature and include CVs, a USF Health branded headshot, education, and research history.

After you have been credentialed a faculty directory profile can be created for you.

Faculty can designate a proxy to populate and update their profile. Your department administrator can be of service with this.

For assistance with the Faculty Directory contact:

Gina Rathbun
Director, Physician Relations Coordination and Outreach
grathbun@usf.edu

Find a Doctor Profile Information

Providers who book appointments are required to populate a Find a Doctor profile. 

The Find a Doctor feature is located on the USF Health Patient Care website.

Find a Doctor profiles are designed to reach the patient audience. Profiles include a USF Health branded headshot, specialties, locations, experience, age groups seen, and a personal statement.
Visit Find a Doctor

Providers can designate a proxy to assist in keeping profiles updated. Department administrators can be of service with this.

For assistance with Find a Doctor contact:

Blake Thompson
Business Systems Analyst Access and Capacity Management
blaket@usf.edu

Recommended Networking Provider Websites

The following websites have various advantages and are highly recommended but are not required.

We encourage providers to visit and maintain their current practice information. 

  • Doximity
    The leading professional network of health providers, comprising of more than 80% of physicians. A key benefit for signing up is that you join a network where you can foster new connections, sustain valuable relationships, and share information with like-minded physicians. Doximity profiles are linked to the U.S. News & World Report (USN&WR) website and their online Doctor Finder. USN&WR also uses the Doximity Physician Database to help influence the Best Hospitals rankings by giving you the opportunity to nominate the best hospital in your specialty.
  • Healthgrades
    Online data base which boasts over 100 million users, is user friendly, includes patient satisfaction surveys. The user can search by name, city condition and procedure. Hospital and quality reports are provided.
  • Vitals
    Largest online database, which includes reviews doctors’ reviews and reviews for facilities, and is user friendly.  Vitals also includes an education guide and allows the user to browse by name, specialty, insurance plan and by city.