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Mayo Graduate School of Medicine (Jacksonville) Program: Radiology

Jacksonville, FL
Overall Rating 5
“It's a tertiary center so you are constantly exposed to very complicated cases from Southern Georgia and Northern Florida, and in some cases from around the ...” – Posted 02/26/18
“What stands out: The program is young, but the energy and attitude of the faculty stands out from other programs where I interviewed. They want to be here, ...” – Posted 09/02/05
“This program seemed to combine everything I was looking for in a residency program. Great faculty and teaching, stable faculty, no weaknesses in training and ...” – Posted 02/25/05

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  • “Some of the attendings really like to teach and are really nice. There's not a high census so plus or minus for a program depending how you look at it, less workload but not as much exposure to things. Max research budget of $10,000 per resident so limited resources for research. Most grads go into General outpatient peds. You ...” – Posted 09/11/18
  • “I am writing this review as a current Stanford IM resident. The Stanford IM program offers outstanding training in Internal Medicine with broad exposure to complex pathology in a three hospital system. SUH is a tertiary referral center that offers a mixed bag of pathologies. Its hallmark is complex transfers with complicated ...” – Posted 09/05/18
  • “I did my residency here and feel completely prepared and confident as a newly graduated physician. The program is a medium sized one, and the residents here are the best you’ll meet. Super friendly and eager to help! It’s not a malignant program at all. The attendings are knowledgeable and excited to teach; and all are very ...” – Posted 09/02/18
  • “I just graduated in 2018 and absolutely loved the program. I chose this program based on the location and that I heard that they did not work you to death, but not at the expense of your education. I found this to be 100% true. I absolutely feel prepared after graduating. About half of us are doing Hospitalist medicine, and the ...” – Posted 08/28/18
  • “The greatest part of this program (besides being in beautiful Tampa) are the PEOPLE!!! I am so grateful to be a part of this program/family. I never knew people could be so consistently kind, true friends, down-to-earth, conscientious colleagues, and great physicians all at the same time.” – Posted 08/25/18