Lars Beattie, MD

The UF Emergency Medicine Leadership’s Team’s vision for residency education is to deliver excellence in emergency medical training, while simultaneously preserving trainees’ heart.

The UF EM Residency team’s mission is to expose trainees to the broadest span of presentations, depth of acuity, and healthcare disparities that exist in this incredible specialty: Emergency Medicine. The residency team serves as a guide whose purpose is to train residents in the vanguard practice of EM, bring evidence based critical thinking and interventions to the bedside, and to do so with compassion.

Lars K. Beattie MD
Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director

By the Numbers

The UF training environment is set in an Academic Medical Center with a Level I Trauma designation that has the highest acuity in the nation (AAAEM ESI-1 Visits in 2022). This is a rich forward-looking training environment that allows our residents develop at the vanguard of Emergency Medicine. We train residents in tomorrow’s medicine today.

137,000 Emergency Department Visits in 2022 (including 28,000 pediatric visits)

35% of our Emergency Department patients are arrive via Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

8.95% 8.95% of our patient cases are ranked as level 1 on the Emergency Severity Index. (National AAAEM Benchmark Survey, 2022)

98% Pass rate for the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM), (trailing 5 years)

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Residency Leadership

Lars K Beattie

Lars K Beattie M.D., M.S., FACEP

Residency Program Director, Clinical Associate Professor
Nicholas G Maldonado

Nicholas G Maldonado M.D., FACEP

Clinical Assistant Professor; Associate Program Director, Residency
Michael Marchick

Michael Marchick M.D.

Interim Vice-Chair Of Education; Associate Professor; Assistant Program Director, Residency; Vice Chair, Clinical Operations
David L Roberts

David L Roberts M.D., FACEP

Clinical Assistant Professor
Caroline C Srihari

Caroline C Srihari M.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor; Assistant Program Director, Residency
Amanda H Glynn
Department: Department of Emergency Medicine

Amanda H Glynn MHS, CGCM, C-TAGME

Manager Of Education Programs
Phone: (352) 733-1471

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