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Graduate Medical Education

Osceola Regional Medical Center is now a Teaching Hospital

In July of 2014, Osceola Regional Medical Center (ORMC) became a teaching hospital. The American Osteopathic Association has also approved ORMC for an Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program, the first of its kind in the Southeast. The hospital also received accreditation by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) for an Internal Medicine Residency Program sponsored by the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. On July 1, 2016 the newest graduate medical education (GME) program available through a partnership between the UCF College of Medicine and Osceola Regional Medical Center, seven new doctors began their residencies in Emergency Medicine.

We welcome our physicians-in-training to ORMC and the community we serve. As newly-graduated physicians they are given the opportunity to gain the clinical experience and knowledge they need to become highly qualified physicians in these specialties.

Our Mission

Our mission is to prepare future physicians for lives of service to patients and to their profession.

To accomplish this:

  • Our faculty mentors and prepares residents for careers characterized by commitment to excellence and quality patient care.
  • Our curriculums employ a comprehensive approach to ensure residents develop excellent clinical skills and necessary core competencies.
  • Physicians-in-training work alongside staff members that model compassionate and ethical patient care, and provide support and supervision to ensure patient safety.

At ORMC we have both the obligation and honor to display exemplary best practice and quality, evidenced-based, physician-led patient care. We are committed to enhancing the standard of healthcare through accessible and consistent care. We believe that our commitment to the future generation of health care providers will ensure that they are prepared for the evolving healthcare needs of culturally diverse community, the State of Florida and the rest of the country.

Graduate Medical Education Timeline

  • May 2013 – Internal Medicine Residency Program received accreditation from ACGME
  • June 2013 – Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency received accreditation from the AOA
  • April 2016 – Emergency Medicine Residency Program received accreditation from ACGME
  • Today there are a total of 69 residents providing care to patients of Osceola Regional Medical Center under the supervision of 35 members of our medical staff who provide comprehensive didactic and bedside teaching.

View our press release about the NEW Emergency Medicine residency program