Malpractice & Liability Insurance
To request proof of malpractice/liability insurance visit the Self-Insurance Program for information about your malpractice coverage or to request a copy of your certificate of insurance or claims history.
Resident & Fellow Credentials Request
To request credentials on a former or current USF Health resident or fellow, please follow the three-step process below. Verification requests will NOT be processed until all required forms and payment are received. Due to administrative staff working remotely, please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery of completed forms (processing time may be longer for requests that include additional documentation from the file and/or legal review). If you have questions, please contact the GME office.
USF Health GME Hardship Fund
Help provide residents and fellows a reprieve in the event of financial adversity due to a significant life events such as a sudden illness, family emergency, immediate family member death, or natural disaster. Current graduate medical education residents or fellows at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine can apply for financial funds through an application and selection process. Please donate to this fund to support current and future residents and fellows at USF MCOM to help alleviate additional financial stress during training. We appreciate your support of our residents and fellows. Click the link below.
Please review our Frequently Asked Questions about Credentialing.
Submit Payment. There is a $75 charge for each physician that is verified. There are two payment options:
Option #1 - by credit card (Visa or Mastercard) or electronic check through the online credentialing system.
Option #2 - by check payment (made payable to USF GME). Note that checks take longer, and will extend the processing time. When paying by check, indicate this in the Comment section of the online application. Mail check only to:
USF Health Payment Center
PO BOX 947300
ATLANTA, GA 30394-7300
Please send payment only to the address noted above. All other correspondence must be sent using the online credentialing system.