Curriculum Overview

The fellowship training abides by the recommended guidelines set forth by the ACGME to ensure a comprehensive exposure to all aspects of gastroenterology. Our curriculum combines clinical training, didactics, research, and mentorship, as part of a 3-year longitudinal experience. The structure of the program is tailored to meet and exceed individual educational aspirations and long-term professional goals. Graduates of the program will possess the knowledge and skillsets required to become successful professional leaders.

Fellowship Highlights

  • Dedicated endoscopy blocks
  • Subspecialty electives in pancreatology, hepatology, IBD and motility
  • Allowances for presentations at national and regional meetings
  • Participate in all Orlando Health Digestive Health Institute symposiums
  • Advanced endoscopy fellowship program
  • No in-house call requirement during any rotation

Gastroenterology Fellowship rotation schedule:

3-year duration

Inpatient rotations including GI consults, dedicated Endoscopy, Hepatology, Hepatobiliary consults

13 months

Outpatient Clinics including subspeciality clinics such as IBD, Motility, Pancreas

6 months

Hepatology Clinics

5 months


5 months

Elective rotations

4 months


Fellow's performance will be monitored and evaluated throughout the 3-year training program to facilitate the development of comprehensive knowledge base and appropriate technical skillsets. Formal evaluation by supervising faculty at the conclusion of each rotation and annual evaluation with the Program Director will enable the fellows to track and gauge their academic development. Fellows in turn will evaluate faculty to ensure that the training goals are met.

Teaching Opportunities

Fellows will have the opportunity to teach visiting medical students from Florida State University College of Medicine and other external medical schools through bedside instruction and didactics.