Welcome from our Program Director

Admir Seferovic, MD, DABFM, FAAFP

Welcome to St. Petersburg General Hospital's Graduate Medical Education!

We are happy that you are considering our program as a potential site to continue your medical training, and are in hopes that you find our website informational. Currently, we offer the following ACGME-approved postgraduate programs: Transitional Year and Family Practice Residency PGY-1, PGY-2 & PGY-3.

Our program exists for two reasons: to provide superior education and training for our interns and residents, and to give our patients the best possible medical care. We prepare our interns and residents to succeed in the practice locations they will eventually choose, and to be ready for leadership roles in their communities. We are proud of our achievements, the quality of care, and the many important services and educational programs we provide to the people of our community.

We are proud of our achievements, the quality of care, and the many important services and educational programs we provide to the people of our community.

We believe the key to our success is the commitment of our faculty and staff to excellence in education and patient care. Our faculty members devote substantial time to enhancing their own teaching skills and are dedicated to helping our interns and residents grow professionally and personally into fine physicians. They are eager to share their knowledge and experience with you. We strongly believe in promoting the well-being of our trainees. Psychological, emotional and physical well-being are critical in the development of the competent, caring and resilient physician. Self-care is an important component of professionalism; it is also a skill that must be learned and nurtured in the context of other aspects of the learning environment.

We strongly believe in promoting the well-being of our trainees. Psychological, emotional and physical well-being are critical in the development of the competent, caring and resilient physician. Self-care is an important component of professionalism; it is also a skill that must be learned and nurtured in the context of other aspects of the learning environment.

Sincerely,
Admir Seferovic, MD, DABFM, FAAFP
Family Medicine and Transitional Year Program Director