FAQs

Yes, we are affiliated with the Mayo Clinic and the University of Central Florida. This includes the opportunity to do away rotations at Mayo Clinic, interact with visiting professors, share educational resources such as “Ask Mayo Expert” and research collaborations.
Yes, we have received accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Yes, successful completion of training in an ACGME-accredited residency program and verification of each entering fellow’s level of competence in the required field. Must have completed at least three years of internal medicine education prior to starting the fellowship as well as meet all fellowship eligibility requirements.

Board eligible in internal medicine.

Currently have or can obtain a training license to practice medicine in Florida prior to the start of the fellowship.

The program is three years in length and is accredited for two fellows per year, for a total of six fellows.

We only sponsor J1.

We review applications in its entirety once submitted on ERAS. Applicants considered for appointment will be invited for an interview with the Program Director and selected faculty through ERAS. Interviews are conducted September-October.

All communication during the application process until the official program match days shall occur through the interview platform only.

Interviews are conducted September-October.

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Program Director

Vishal Patel, D.O.

Program Director
Pulmonary Critical Care
Medicine Fellowship