USF Health Morsani College of Medicine Mission Statement
Graduate Medical Education (GME) at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine endeavors to provide an ideal environment for the acquisition of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for its graduates to achieve the highest levels of professional and personal accomplishment and to safeguard the public trust.
The GME Office is overseen by the Sr. Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education and the Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) and currently has approximately 80 residency and fellowship training programs with over 700 trainees.
Our residents and fellows come from all over the world to enhance and expand their professional knowledge, skills, and attitudes at USF Health. Our learning environment offers rigorous education and broad clinical, research, and professional training in all 6 ACGME core competencies. Our residents/fellows have a balance of supervision and autonomy appropriate for their level of training. Upon completing their program, residents/fellows are ready for independent practice and are ready to serve as physician leaders in their community.
Our residents and fellows work in inter-professional teams to deliver quality, patient centered care in diverse healthcare systems. Our healthcare systems prioritize quality, safety, compassion, and respect. Our training programs provide opportunities to engage in quality improvement, patient safety, and leadership so residents/fellows can positively impact one patient or a population of patients.
Our programs are committed to providing excellent education. We have a community where our residents/fellows learn from and educate patients, colleagues, medical students, inter-professional team members, and faculty. Our residents and fellows leave the training program with the skills to be lifelong learners, along an enjoyment and value of the practice of medicine for years later.