The mobile clinic is housed in a large bus which includes two exam rooms, a lab and a waiting area. She is an avid sports fan and is excited to make the leap to the Sunshine State and to cheer for some Gator football! Its mission is to eliminate health disparities by promoting health and well-being among racial/ethnic minorities, the poor and the underserved by focusing on health problems that disproportionately impact these groups. Subspecialty: Cardiology/EndocrinologyIriyise was born in Lagos, Nigeria. Residents within the Department of Pediatrics are able to rotate through this clinic to expand their knowledge of care for this population. Meet the team that helps make our residency program a success. Will Lester is from Huntington, West Virginia. Our current three-year board pass rate on the first attempt is 96%, which is well above the national average. She attended Auburn University for her undergraduate degree and University of South Alabama College of Medicine for medical school, where she graduated with Research Honors. The University of Florida Health Shands Childrens Hospital has been recognized as the #1 Childrens Hospital in Florida and is ranked in five specialties nationally, according to the 2022-23 U.S. News and World Report rankings.
The University of Florida is a large, multicultural academic community that is strongly committed to fostering an environment of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Information about this session will be emailed to candidates. Say hello to our residents and subspecialty residents and fellows. We are in the process of examining and revising all of our current curricula using the following framework: We know that we are all learning as we proceed, and we will make mistakes; however, we commit daily to do our best to contribute to change. Dr. Marsha McGriff has more than two decades of experience in developing and leading strategic efforts to support diversity and inclusion in higher education. She attended Mercer University in Macon, GA for undergrad and Mercer University in Savannah, GA for medical school. The UF Pediatric Rheumatology program exists to produce pediatric rheumatologists who will impact the future of clinical care and innovative research for children living with rheumatologic conditions. He completed his medical education at the Lagos State University College of Medicine. This award recognizes medical schools (and their associated AA Chapter) that demonstrate exemplary leadership, innovation, and engagement in fostering an inclusive culture that transforms the ideals of inclusion, diversity, and equity into successful programs that support medical student, house staff, and faculty diversity in service to the community. The field of pediatrics continues to change due to the complexity of the children seen, the technologies available for pediatric care and the clinical models that we apply. Subspecialty: Hosptialist / Emergency Medicine She has never left Mississippi and is very excited to start this new adventure in a different city. Outside of medicine she enjoys cooking for friends and family, gardening, shopping at thrift stores, and exploring the great outdoors! Curriculum changes are based on the programs educational goals and guidelines set by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). When you select our program, you are choosing to further your career at one of the top-ranked universities in the nation. Subspecialty: Neonatology, Endocrinology, Emergency MedicineAneeb grew up in Valparaiso, Indiana and is the youngest of 5 children. Subspecialty: Research / Undecided and moving to Philadelphia for medical school, Michael is so excited to return to the swamp for his residency! More than 180 faculty are available to the residents as mentors in patient care, teaching, and research. The Pediatrics Residency Program Director will be responsible for the direct oversight of all educational activities within the program and will report to the Chair of Pediatrics and the University of Florida as well as the GME office. Her academic interests include research and pediatrics infectious disease. Since her undergraduate years, she has been involved in educational community outreach teaching children about the brain and hopes to continue this outreach at UF. During her free time, she enjoys exploring the outdoors and nature, traveling, exercising, cooking international cuisines, and trying out different restaurants. The University Of Florida Department Of Pediatrics is dedicated to improving the health of infants, children, and adolescents through world-class patient care, leading-edge research, and patient advocacy. Read more about the Pediatric Residency Program curriculum. Through awareness, education, scholarship and advocacy, we are able to equip and empower members of the Gator Nation to serve as agents of positive change in the global community.