Welcome to the HCA Healthcare/USF Morsani College of Medicine GME / Oak Hill Hospital Emergency Residency Program. Thank you for your interest in learning more about our Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Oak Hill Hospital. As our name intends, we have been sponsored by two powerhouse names, HCA Healthcare and USF Morsani College, both giving extensive resources in the areas of scholarly activity and clinical excellence to our program. Added with a high Acuity Community Hospital with over 60, 000 visits per year and we have the perfect recipe for success.

Our Mission is:

“To train the next generation of emergency physicians by providing the learning experience required to develop skills, knowledge and attitude to provide compassionate and quality of emergency care.”

There is a tremendous amount of information you can learn about our three-year training program here on our website. In addition to the rich clinical experience at Oak Hill Hospital, we have two additional training sites: Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, a Level 2 trauma center, and the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, a leading pediatric specialty hospital and critical care. All of our training sites boast superb clinical and educational opportunities in high acuity settings with adequate supervision of our academic faculty at each one of our clinical sites.

As the founding program director of the Oak Hill Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program, I can certainly attest to what a unique opportunity our program will be for a select group of residents. Our current residents have been an integral component, helping grow and develop our program to train outstanding emergency physicians for our community and beyond.

Our curriculum was developed using a “Flip the Classroom” approach where we integrate didactics, small group scenarios, simulation, and FOAMED resources to augment learning. Our core faculty contribute to this well-rounded curriculum by providing unique expertise in areas such as: Ultrasound, EMS, Toxicology, and Research.

We look forward to the opportunity to meet with candidates and find our future residents, graduates, and emergency physicians!

Sincerely,

Alfredo Tirado, MD, FACEP

 

Alfredo Tirado, MD, FACEP

  • Program Director, Oak Hill Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Jason Grabert, MD, FACEP, FAAEM

  • Assistant Program Director, Oak Hill Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Erica Calderon
Program Coordinator
Phone: (352) 592-3072
Email