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Graduate Medical Education

Wellness & Wellbeing

Physical Wellness 

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If you’re feeling under the weather, or just want to establish with a PCP during residency, the clinics below can help you get started.

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  General Information and Appointments:





*To schedule IM attending/APP at Healthpark urgently –Call 813-236-5302. Leave voicemail with resident/fellow name, identification as a resident/fellow, and call back number

North Locations   a person doing yoga on the beach

South Locations

  • USF Well Fitness Center
  • USF Riverfront Park
  • VA Gym

USF Disability Services

USF’s Student Accessibility Services (SAS) provides resources to students and faculty to help students achieve academic success. USF has several on campus and off campus resources. clipart of person in wheelchair holding hands with person standing

  • Accessibility guide
  • Accessibility Tips for instructors
  • Accessibull Events
  • Publications and Brochures
  • Students of Concern Assistance Team (SOCAT)
  • Support Agencies
  • Tutoring resources
  • Veterans

ADA Accommodation

The University of South Florida is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for all students, employees, and visitors. Part of this commitment is to assure equal opportunity in employment and education for individuals with disabilities. The university is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access employer and therefore complies fully with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), the ADA Amendment Act of 2008, and all other federal and state laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability or handicap. Human Resources oversees the university's Disability and Accommodations policy (#0-108) as it relates to employment by determining eligibility for accommodation, and by reviewing and approving or denying requests for accommodation. This page is designed primarily to provide guidance and information to employees who have questions about or would like to request a disability accommodation.

The purpose of an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is to enable employees with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job. Employers are required to provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities, except when such accommodation would cause an undue hardship. ADA may have interactions with other laws such as the Family Medical Leave Act and Workers’ Compensation. The HR Business Partner, ADA and Return to Work Programs, administers ADA and assists employees and departments with the process.

Please click HERE for more information on USF’s ADA policies and accommodation.