GI Fellowship Program

GI Fellowship

Mission Statement

The GI Fellowship program seeks to select, develop, and mentor young physicians in a thoughtful and scholarly manner.

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The University of Florida Gastroenterology Fellowship Program trains physicians to provide patient centered, high quality health care in an academic gastroenterology practice. Our goal is to promote education and research as part of the professional development of the trainee to prepare the next generation of gastroenterologist and hepatologists to be experts in subspecialty care.

GI Fellowship

Program Goals

1) To maintain a high standard of clinical training in the cognitive and technical skills required of a gastroenterologist. 2) To recruit trainees with a strong academic backgrounds and interest in research. 3) To leverage divisional expertise in sub-specialty areas of gastroenterology such as IBD, motility, liver and pancreatic diseases to enhance knowledge and the training experience.

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GI Fellowship

Program AIMs

1) To develop physicians who have the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to provide expert subspecialty care as a consultant in gastroenterology. 2) To train physicians interested in careers in an academic gastroenterology practice. 3) To promote professional and career development of the gastroenterology trainee.

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Fellowship Administration

Ginger Clark

Ginger Clark M.D., M.S.

Program Director & Associate Professor
Phone: (352) 273-9474
Media N Ismael

Media N Ismael MD

Clinical Assistant Professor & VA Faculty
Phone: (352) 273-9474
Tiffany Rhoden

Tiffany Rhoden

Fellowship Coordinator I
Phone: (352) 273-9462

Fellowship Contact Information

Sending a written request:
Attn: GI Fellowship Program Coordinator
Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
University of Florida
Box 100214
Gainesville, FL 32610

Office Phone: 352.273.9472
Fax: 352.627.4762