Florida Emergency Physician (FEP) of TeamHealth Program; Orlando, FL
The mission of the Florida Emergency Physician (FEP) of TeamHealth APC Fellowship program is to educate and train highly motivated NPs and PAs in the knowledge base and procedural skills required for excellent clinical practice. This intensive program provides EM training utilizing FEP’s successful PA and NP practice, combined with our experience educating providers in the practice of EM. The trainee will benefit from the interdisciplinary learning experiences from PA/NP mentors, physician supervision and EM faculty instruction.
- Graduate of an APC-PA accredited PA or CCNE program prior to matriculation into fellowship
- Official graduate program transcripts must be submitted
- NCCPA certification or PANCE eligible / APRN certification or eligibility
- Florida state licensure or eligibility
- Current Curriculum Vitae
EMAPC fellows will attend weekly didactic lectures that cover general emergency medicine, critical care, trauma, skin and wound care, hand emergencies, urological emergencies, ophthalmology, ENT/dental emergencies, thoracic emergencies, GI emergencies, OB/GYN emergencies, neurologic emergencies, musculoskeletal emergencies and pediatrics. In addition, fellows are required to participate in monthly performance improvement meetings and procedure labs. Other methods of instruction include chart reviews/continuous quality improvement and asynchronous learning. Evaluations will be completed by the APC preceptor, the Pediatric ED physician preceptor, the ED physician preceptor and by the Program Director.
EMAPC fellows will work 14 shifts every month at Florida Hospital in Orlando. One to two of those months will be spent in pediatric emergency medicine with direct physician supervision. The trainee will benefit from the interdisciplinary learning experiences from PA/NP mentors, physician supervision and EM faculty instruction.
APCs accepted into the program will be full-time employees of FEP, which includes competitive pay and benefits including full medical coverage, short and long term disability and CME.
Graduates from the training program will gain the knowledge, skills, and competency required to practice in the field of emergency medicine as PA/NP. This will be accomplished through patient care, didactic lectures, asynchronous learning, procedure labs and risk management education.
Program Director: Clifford Denney, MD
Asst Program Director: Jason Porter, MD
Recruitment Coordinator: Shasta McGill