Emergency Medicine Residency

Emergency Medicine Residency

About the Program

Message from Program Director

The three-year Emergency Medicine Residency Program at AdventHealth Orlando was accredited in 2007 and offers six categorical positions that began July of 2008. The residency includes research and the use of cutting edge technology, aligning our program with AdventHealth Orlando's mission of being a global pacesetter in health care.

Our program is affiliated with University of Central Florida and University of South Florida medical schools. The majority of training will take place at the AdventHealth Orlando East Orlando campus, which is located on the east side of metropolitan Orlando. AdventHealth Orlando East Orlando provides emergency services to the fast-growing suburban communities in this locale, and is the closest emergency department to Orlando International Airport. The Emergency Department is the busiest of all our campuses, with a current census of over 74,000 annually.

Our core faculty represents numerous prestigious academic institutions, and have participated at regional, national, and international meetings. The academic component of training is emphasized by a regular schedule of conferences with mandatory attendance. Continuity of care is an integral part of residency training at AdventHealth Orlando, and residents are expected to follow up on interesting/complicated patients whom they see in the Emergency Department. Residents are able to easily track their patients' hospital courses and review discharge summaries, operative reports, and autopsy reports electronically. Progress in the program is monitored by evaluations for each rotation, as well as annual participation in the Emergency Medicine In-Service examination. Residents are expected to participate in research and mentoring of medical students. Participation in medical missions is also encouraged.

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Dale S. Birenbaum, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
Academic Chairman, Program Director

We are excited and enthusiastic about the opportunity to work with you at our newly accredited residency program, and look forward to receiving your application. Our main focus is to provide highly trained Emergency Medicine physicians, who are both evidence-based and compassionate.

Applications to the Emergency Medicine Residency Program will be through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). We expect to begin interviewing in November through January. Please complete your ERAS materials for our review, and if selected for an interview, we will contact you.

Again, thank you for your interest in our program. We look forward to receiving your application and meeting you in the near future.

Respectfully,
Dale S. Birenbaum MD, FACEP, FAAEM
Academic Chairman, Program Director, AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency

Faculty

of Florida Hospital Medical Education

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    Ademola Adewale, MD, FAAEM
    Assistant Program Director, Director of Research and Similation
    Dr. Ademola Adewale is the assistant program director, research director and director of simulation for the Emergency Medicine Residency. He received his medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC in 2000. Dr. Adewale completed his three-year emergency medicine residency at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, where he served as Chief Resident from 2002-2003. Dr. Adewale has been with Florida Emergency Physicians since 2003, and has special interests in research, medical ethics and trauma and injury prevention. He is an advocate against Domestic violence and help facilitate the R3 app for domestic violence screening in the ED. He is also very active in addressing the Opioid epidemics and championing medication assisted treatment for the opioid dependent population in our institution.
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    Katia Lugo, MD
    Clerkship Director
    Dr. Katia Lugo is a faculty member of the AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She attended the Universidad Autonoma de Guardalajara, and graduated from New York Medical College in 2003. Dr. Lugo completed her residency at the Universidad de Puerto Rico Emergency Medicine Residency Program in 2006. She is now a clinical assistant professor for Florida State University and a volunteer faculty member for the University of Central Florida College of Medicine.
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    Carmen J Martinez Martinez, MD FACEP FAAEM
    Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine & Associate Director of Research
    Dr. Carmen Martinez Martinez was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She earned her Bachelor in Science in Chemistry from the University of Puerto Rico. In addition, Dr. Martinez completed courses toward a Masters in Epidemiology but it cut short since she was accepted into medical school, her ultimate goal. She was accepted at Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine where she excelled and became a physician in 2007. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Puerto Rico, in Carolina, Puerto Rico in 2010. She had a great interest in the pediatric population which led her to seek a fellowship after residency. She completed a fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine from the University of Florida Health Science Center-Jacksonville. Upon completion in 2012, she moved to Orlando Florida and joined Florida Emergency Physicians. In addition to her clinical work, she is core faculty for the Florida Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency. She is currently the Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Associate Research Director for the Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She has completed the ACEP Teaching Fellowship Program and is a participant of the 2019 MERC at CORD Scholars Program. In 2019, she completed a master’s in Medical Education from Lake Erie College of Medicine. Her interests are pediatric emergency medicine, research, medical education and curriculum innovation. She is a clinical assistant professor for Florida State University and a volunteer faculty member for the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. She actively participates in the Florida College of Emergency Physicians in planning and lecturing at Symposium by the Sea and Advanced Practice Provider Skills Camp.
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    Caroline Molins, MD MS Med Ed FACEP FAAEM
    Curriculum Director
    Dr. Caroline Molins is currently a member of core faculty for AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She graduated from the Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine in 2007. Dr. Molins completed her residency at the University of Puerto Rico Emergency Medicine Residency Program in 2010. She has received her Masters in Medical Education from Lake Erie College of Medicine in 2019. She is now a clinical assistant professor for Florida State University and a volunteer faculty member for the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. She actively participates in the Florida College of Emergency Physicians in planning and lecturing at Symposium by the Sea and Advanced Practice Provider Skills Camp.
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    Douglas Haus, DO, FAAWM
    Ultrasound Director
    Dr. Douglas Haus is currently the Ultrasound Director for AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency Program. He is also the Clerkship Director for the Emergency Ultrasound Rotation for AdventHealth and the Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship Director for FEP of TEAMHealth. He graduated from LECOM-Bradenton College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2012 and completed the Emergency Medicine Residency at AdventHealth Orlando in 2015. The following year in 2016 he also completed the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship in Orlando with Florida Emergency Physicians.
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    Timothy Spruill, Ed.D
    Associate Director for Behavioral Sciences, Research & Quality Initiatives
    Behavioral Science Education: Western Michigan University Areas of Interest • Integration of Behavioral Health in Primary Care settings • Motivational Interviewing • Suicide risk assessment and evidence-based treatments Residency Activities • Directing/supervising counseling interns • Longitudinal Behavioral Medicine rotation for residents. • Resiliency Group for residency classes
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    Dale S. Birenbaum, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
    Academic Chairman, Program Director
    Dr. Birenbaum received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 1989. After serving as chief resident of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital's Emergency Medicine Residency, Dr. Birenbaum remained at Jefferson as faculty until 1997. He then became the director of emergency medicine education for Shands Hospital at the University of Florida. Dr. Birenbaum joined Florida Emergency Physicians as the Academic Director in 2000, and became the program director for the Emergency Medicine Residency program in 2005, which received ACGME accreditation in 2007. Dr. Birenbaum was appointed Academic Chairman in January 2007. He is the founder and Program Director of Florida Emergency Physicians Symposium on Emergency Medicine, now in its 8th year and one of the State's most successful programs. He served as the assistant medical director of the emergency department at AdventHealth Orlando, was the Orange County EMS liaison and a board member of the Florida College of Emergency Physicians. Together with the worked with the AdventHealth Orlando Neuroscience Institute, he helped develop the first Stroke Team in Central Florida, which became a designated Stroke Center in January of 2005. Dr. Birenbaum lives with his family in Southwest Orlando, and is committed to excellence in emergency medicine education.
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    Steve Nazario, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
    Associate Program Director
    Dr. Nazario serves as the Associate Director of the Emergency Medicine residency; a position he has held since the program’s inception. He received his medical degree from SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 1993. After serving as chief resident of the Jacobi-Montefiore Emergency Medicine residency, Dr. Nazario remained at Jacobi as an attending until 2003. Currently serves the American Board of Emergency Medicine as an Oral Board Examiner. His interests are focused on graduate medical education with particular attention on professionalism, ethics and physician wellness. Since 2006 Dr. Nazario has served as the Physician Chair of the AdventHealth’s Bioethics committee.
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      Ademola Adewale, MD, FAAEM
      Assistant Program Director, Director of Research and Similation

      Dr. Ademola Adewale is the assistant program director, research director and director of simulation for the Emergency Medicine Residency. He received his medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC in 2000. Dr. Adewale completed his three-year emergency medicine residency at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, where he served as Chief Resident from 2002-2003. Dr. Adewale has been with Florida Emergency Physicians since 2003, and has special interests in research, medical ethics and trauma and injury prevention. He is an advocate against Domestic violence and help facilitate the R3 app for domestic violence screening in the ED. He is also very active in addressing the Opioid epidemics and championing medication assisted treatment for the opioid dependent population in our institution.

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      Katia Lugo, MD
      Clerkship Director

      Dr. Katia Lugo is a faculty member of the AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She attended the Universidad Autonoma de Guardalajara, and graduated from New York Medical College in 2003. Dr. Lugo completed her residency at the Universidad de Puerto Rico Emergency Medicine Residency Program in 2006. She is now a clinical assistant professor for Florida State University and a volunteer faculty member for the University of Central Florida College of Medicine.

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      Carmen J Martinez Martinez, MD FACEP FAAEM
      Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine & Associate Director of Research

      Dr. Carmen Martinez Martinez was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She earned her Bachelor in Science in Chemistry from the University of Puerto Rico. In addition, Dr. Martinez completed courses toward a Masters in Epidemiology but it cut short since she was accepted into medical school, her ultimate goal. She was accepted at Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine where she excelled and became a physician in 2007. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Puerto Rico, in Carolina, Puerto Rico in 2010. She had a great interest in the pediatric population which led her to seek a fellowship after residency. She completed a fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine from the University of Florida Health Science Center-Jacksonville. Upon completion in 2012, she moved to Orlando Florida and joined Florida Emergency Physicians. In addition to her clinical work, she is core faculty for the Florida Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency. She is currently the Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Associate Research Director for the Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She has completed the ACEP Teaching Fellowship Program and is a participant of the 2019 MERC at CORD Scholars Program. In 2019, she completed a master’s in Medical Education from Lake Erie College of Medicine. Her interests are pediatric emergency medicine, research, medical education and curriculum innovation.

      She is a clinical assistant professor for Florida State University and a volunteer faculty member for the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. She actively participates in the Florida College of Emergency Physicians in planning and lecturing at Symposium by the Sea and Advanced Practice Provider Skills Camp.

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      Caroline Molins, MD MS Med Ed FACEP FAAEM
      Curriculum Director

      Dr. Caroline Molins is currently a member of core faculty for AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She graduated from the Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine in 2007. Dr. Molins completed her residency at the University of Puerto Rico Emergency Medicine Residency Program in 2010. She has received her Masters in Medical Education from Lake Erie College of Medicine in 2019. She is now a clinical assistant professor for Florida State University and a volunteer faculty member for the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. She actively participates in the Florida College of Emergency Physicians in planning and lecturing at Symposium by the Sea and Advanced Practice Provider Skills Camp.

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      Douglas Haus, DO, FAAWM
      Ultrasound Director

      Dr. Douglas Haus is currently the Ultrasound Director for AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency Program. He is also the Clerkship Director for the Emergency Ultrasound Rotation for AdventHealth and the Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship Director for FEP of TEAMHealth. He graduated from LECOM-Bradenton College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2012 and completed the Emergency Medicine Residency at AdventHealth Orlando in 2015. The following year in 2016 he also completed the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship in Orlando with Florida Emergency Physicians.

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      Timothy Spruill, Ed.D
      Associate Director for Behavioral Sciences, Research & Quality Initiatives

      Behavioral Science
      Education: Western Michigan University
      Areas of Interest
      • Integration of Behavioral Health in Primary Care settings
      • Motivational Interviewing
      • Suicide risk assessment and evidence-based treatments
      Residency Activities
      • Directing/supervising counseling interns
      • Longitudinal Behavioral Medicine rotation for residents.
      • Resiliency Group for residency classes

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      Dale S. Birenbaum, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
      Academic Chairman, Program Director

      Dr. Birenbaum received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 1989. After serving as chief resident of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital's Emergency Medicine Residency, Dr. Birenbaum remained at Jefferson as faculty until 1997. He then became the director of emergency medicine education for Shands Hospital at the University of Florida. Dr. Birenbaum joined Florida Emergency Physicians as the Academic Director in 2000, and became the program director for the Emergency Medicine Residency program in 2005, which received ACGME accreditation in 2007.

      Dr. Birenbaum was appointed Academic Chairman in January 2007. He is the founder and Program Director of Florida Emergency Physicians Symposium on Emergency Medicine, now in its 8th year and one of the State's most successful programs. He served as the assistant medical director of the emergency department at AdventHealth Orlando, was the Orange County EMS liaison and a board member of the Florida College of Emergency Physicians. Together with the worked with the AdventHealth Orlando Neuroscience Institute, he helped develop the first Stroke Team in Central Florida, which became a designated Stroke Center in January of 2005. Dr. Birenbaum lives with his family in Southwest Orlando, and is committed to excellence in emergency medicine education.

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      Steve Nazario, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
      Associate Program Director

      Dr. Nazario serves as the Associate Director of the Emergency Medicine residency; a position he has held since the program’s inception. He received his medical degree from SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 1993. After serving as chief resident of the Jacobi-Montefiore Emergency Medicine residency, Dr. Nazario remained at Jacobi as an attending until 2003. Currently serves the American Board of Emergency Medicine as an Oral Board Examiner.
      His interests are focused on graduate medical education with particular attention on professionalism, ethics and physician wellness. Since 2006 Dr. Nazario has served as the Physician Chair of the AdventHealth’s Bioethics committee.

Residents

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      Yuchen Duan, MD; Charles E. Schmidt COM, Fl Atlantic University
      PGY - 1
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      Saleh Hasan, MD: Northeastern Ohio University COM
      PGY - 1
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      Ricardo Hernandez, MD; Ponce SOM, Ponce Puerto Rico
      PGY - 1
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      Bryce Hoer, MD; Escuela De Med San Juan Bautista
      PGY - 1
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      Tyler Mills, DO; Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Med
      PGY - 1
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      Joseph Ray, MD; West Virginia University SOM
      PGY - 1
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      Ambar Marin Lopez, MD; Ponce SOM
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
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      Mohammad Ramadan, DO; Uni Health Science College of Osteopathic Medicine
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
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      Shannon Armistead, DO; West Virginia SOM
      PGY-3
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      Elizabeth Kim, MD; Loma Linda Uni. SOM
      PGY-3
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      Ashley Mays, MD; Tulane University SOM
      PGY-3
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      Bradley Parrish, DO; Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine
      PGY-3
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      Yasmany Cartaya, MD; University of Cincinnati COM
      PGY-2
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      Misty Coello, MD; Florida International University
      PGY-2
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      Elizabeth Janevski, MD; Loma Linda University SOM
      PGY-2
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      Thomas Lawyer, MD; University of Utah SOM
      PGY-2
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      Samuel Muniz, MD; Florida State University COM
      PGY-2
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      Jon Risovas, MD; Loma Linda University SOM
      PGY-2
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      Yuchen Duan, MD; Charles E. Schmidt COM, Fl Atlantic University
      PGY - 1
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      Saleh Hasan, MD: Northeastern Ohio University COM
      PGY - 1
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      Ricardo Hernandez, MD; Ponce SOM, Ponce Puerto Rico
      PGY - 1
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      Bryce Hoer, MD; Escuela De Med San Juan Bautista
      PGY - 1
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      Tyler Mills, DO; Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Med
      PGY - 1
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      Joseph Ray, MD; West Virginia University SOM
      PGY - 1
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      Ambar Marin Lopez, MD; Ponce SOM
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
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      Mohammad Ramadan, DO; Uni Health Science College of Osteopathic Medicine
      Chief Resident
      PGY-3
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      Shannon Armistead, DO; West Virginia SOM
      PGY-3
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      Elizabeth Kim, MD; Loma Linda Uni. SOM
      PGY-3
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      Ashley Mays, MD; Tulane University SOM
      PGY-3
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      Bradley Parrish, DO; Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine
      PGY-3
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      Yasmany Cartaya, MD; University of Cincinnati COM
      PGY-2
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      Misty Coello, MD; Florida International University
      PGY-2
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      Elizabeth Janevski, MD; Loma Linda University SOM
      PGY-2
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      Thomas Lawyer, MD; University of Utah SOM
      PGY-2
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      Samuel Muniz, MD; Florida State University COM
      PGY-2
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      Jon Risovas, MD; Loma Linda University SOM
      PGY-2

Curriculum

Rotation Schedule
  • Emergency Medicine - Integrated Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine 7 blocks
  • Anesthesia/Ultrasound 1 block
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit 1 block
  • Internal Medicine 1 block
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology 1 block
  • Trauma 1 block
  • Emergency Medical Services 0.5 block
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine 0.5 block
  • Emergency Medicine - Integrated Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine 8 blocks
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 block
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - Integrated Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2 block
  • Trauma Intensive Care Unit 1 block
  • Orthopedic Trauma 1 block
  • Continuing Medical Education 5 days
  • Emergency Medicine - Integrated Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine 9 blocks
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 block
  • Administration 1 block
  • Trauma 1 block
  • Elective 1 block
  • Continuing Medical Education 5 Days
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Radiology
  • Research
  • Toxicology
  • Medical Informatics
  • Patient Safety and Quality
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Longitudinal Throughout Training
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Radiology
  • Research
  • Taxicology
  • Medical Informatics
  • Patient Safety and Quality
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Emergency Ultrasound
  • Simulation Skills Lab

While the emergency medicine aspects of specialty fields are learned in the emergency department, short blocks of additional training add depth to the emergency physician’s training. We are committed to a quality program, and each rotation has been carefully selected to offer the maximal educational benefit to our residents.

Journal Club

Keeping up to date with the current emergency medicine literature is vital for the practice of excellent emergency medicine. There is a bi-monthly journal club attended by the residents, faculty, and rotating medical students. This is usually held outside the hospital in a relaxed atmosphere, and evidence-based medicine skills are used to critically appraise the current literature.

Emergency Medicine Clerkship 

Click Here to visit our clerkship website to learn more about rotation experiences with the AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency Program. 

"Our trauma rotation is one of the highlights of this program. We spend four weeks every year at Lakeland Regional Medical Center in Polk County, which is a Level II Trauma Center. It is the busiest Emergency Department in the State of Florida. In this rotation, we get the opportunity to play a leading role in the resuscitation and management of many patients at Trauma bay. We continue managing the most critical ones at the Trauma Intensive Care Unit. As the only Residents in this team, we perform numerous invasive procedures and learn critical care skills that give us the confidence to manage critical trauma patients on our own patients after completing our training.”

Jorge Insignares, MD, Class of 2014

Research

As one of the key components in ACGME program requirements, research activity is an essential part of training. In the era of evidence-based medicine, we strongly believe at AdventHealth Orlando that residents should develop critical thinking skills to evaluate the publications and apply new knowledge in their clinical practice. Our program has a well-developed infrastructure and fostering culture to support residents who are interested in pursuing basic research, clinical research, or quality improvement/patient safety projects. By promoting research and scholarly activities, our ultimate goal is to train the next generation of physicians with strengths in both clinical and academic medicine.

Residents and faculty involved in required GME scholarly activities receive guidance from the Center for Collaborative Research (CCR) through the Clinical Academic Research team, comprised of an Academic Research Mentor, a Project Coordinator, and a Regulatory Coordinator. In addition, the center includes a group of biostatisticians, a health economist, and a medical editor.

CCR assists residents and faculty with all types of scholarly activities (case studies, QI projects and research studies), from study design and protocol development, to data analysis and poster, presentation or manuscript preparation.

Eligibility

What You'll Need

  1. Medical School
    1. LCME (Liaison Committee of Medical Education) graduates.
      1. Doctor of Medicine diploma without reservations
      2. Dean’s Letter
      3. Letter from residency program director (if applicable)
      4. Successfully passed USMLE I and II (United States Medical Licensing Examination) at first attempt with a score of 230 (80)
      5. Acceptable explanation of any break in education (if applicable)
      6. Demonstrated written and spoken fluency in English language
      7. Proof of citizenship or resident alien status as required by AdventHealth Orlando Human Resources
    2. AOA Graduates
      1. Doctor of Osteopathy diploma without reservation
      2. Dean’s Letter
      3. Letter from residency program director (if applicable)
      4. Successfuly Passed USMLE I and II (United States Medical Licensing Examination) at first attempt with a score of 230 (80)
      5. Successfully passed COMLEX (Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examinations) I and II at first attempt with a minimum score of 500 (80) (optional)
      6. Transcript directly from the NBOME (National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners)
      7. Acceptable explanation of any break in education (if applicable)
      8. Demonstrated written and spoken fluency in English language
      9. Proof of citizenship or resident alien status as required by AdventHealth Orlando Human Resources
  1. International Medical Graduates (IMG’s):
    1. Doctor of Medicine diploma (or equivalent) without reservation (translation to English by certified translator and notarized if necessary)
    2. Successfully passed USMLE at first attempt (see above I.A.d.)
    3. Current and valid ECFMG (Education Council of Foreign Medical Graduates) certificate
    4. Letter from residency program director (if applicable)
    5. Demonstrated written and spoken fluency in English language
    6. Proof of citizenship or resident alien status as required by AdventHealth Orlando Human Resources

"The thing I enjoy most about our EM program is the fact that it is small! The size of our group affords unparalleled personal attention from the staff. Our encouraging, family-like environment nourishes compassion and promotes our growth not only as physicians, but also as people."Carlos Velasco, MD

Sample Resident Agreement

Eligibility & Selection Policy

Benefits

We’ll Take Care of You

Salary and CME Allowance:

PGY-1 - Salary $51,500 plus $500 continuing education alowance per academic year

PGY-2 - Salary $53,000 plus $800 continuing education per academic year

PGY-3 - Salary $55,000 plus $1,300 continuing education allowance per academic year

Physician Wellbeing

For more information on the many benefits offered across all programs, click here.

"What I like most about AdventHealth Orlando are the people. Our patient population is diverse in background and acuity. Our residents and staff are supportive and encourage a positive learning environment. I know the relationships I have made here will last a very long time." Andy Colburn MD, Class of 2015

Application Process

Join Our Resident Team

Applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). The deadline for completed application is December 1st. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Applicants who meet all eligibility requirements will be granted an interview. Interviews are held from November through late January.

ERAS Application

Directions

  • From the airport:
    Head South on Semoran Blvd (State Road 436) Turn right onto Lake Underhill Rd
  • From the Tampa area:
    Take I-4 East to Orlando Take 408 East Exit (#82A) (Toll Road $1.25) Take Goldenrod Rd Exit (#16) Turn right onto Goldenrod Rd Turn left onto Lake Underhill Rd
  • From the Daytona area:
    Take I-4 West to Tampa Take 408 East Exit (#82A) (Toll Road $1.25) Take Goldenrod Rd Exit (#16) Turn right onto Goldenrod Rd Turn left onto Lake Underhill Rd

Suzette Persaud

Residency Coordinator

407-303-6413407-303-6414 7727 Lake Underhill Road Orlando, FL 32822