For more information, please contact our program coordinator.
How to Apply
- ERAS: 9991100245
- NRMP Preliminary: 1981999P0
- NRMP Preliminary/Dermatology: 1981999P1
The HCA Florida Largo Hospital Transitional Year Internship program’s mission is to develop the next generation of physicians and physician leaders.
As a part of HCA Healthcare, we are driven by a single mission: Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life.
This program is designed to offer residents a rewarding, educational environment where residents are provided individualized learning opportunities by faculty and staff who support and sustain one another throughout quality care delivery. Our faculty are committed to ensuring the residents' clinical experience and educational needs are fulfilled while expanding residents’ perspectives to be inclusive of cultures, values and ideals.
HCA Florida Largo Hospital’s Transitional Year Residency program is committed to providing an engaging educational opportunity, offering exposure to a wide array of clinical and research opportunities in many fields of medicine and surgery. We pride ourselves in offering a strong balance of didactic experiences through case reports, lectures, journal clubs, board review sessions and specialty lectures.
Our program offers an emphasis on bedside teaching and mastery of clinical skills. We understand the importance of building a solid knowledge base and clinical foundation to help propel residents into competitive categorical, advanced specialty programs and research opportunities.
Our curriculum has been designed to equip the resident with a broad clinical base yet preserve much needed flexibility in meeting individual career goals. Diversity of patients, clinical sites and clinical exposure are hallmarks of our training program.
Our attending physicians are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in their respective specialty fields while promoting the most up-to-date evidence-based practices. They actively promote protected resident didactic and lecture time to ensure sound, uninterrupted learning.
One of the aims of our teaching staff is to ensure that residents are active members of the patient care team and have the opportunity to dynamically participate in patient care in order to achieve the competencies of their scope of practice.
Our resident physicians acknowledge that they are a crucial part of the patient care team and that they uphold their obligation to place patient care above all things. Residents adhere to the highest standards of our profession and provide ethical and quality healthcare. Our program promotes an atmosphere in which the resident feels comfortable coming to the attending physicians with questions.
They have support from all members of the patient care team. This teamwork model provides the residents with a valuable year of experience.
All the residency programs at HCA Florida Largo Hospital use a web-based, residency management system called MedHub to process evaluations, update vital information and submit time sheets. Additionally, you will upload your lectures to MedHub prior to giving your presentations.
Both Resident Evaluations of Service and Attending Evaluations of Residents will be completed on MedHub. These must be completed and signed by all required parties and should be submitted within two weeks of the end of each block.
Only one attending for each service needs to fill out an Evaluation of a Resident (this should be performed by the attending with whom you spend the most time).
Residents are responsible for obtaining at least one mini-clinical evaluation exercise every rotation. This should be completed and turned in to the program coordinator. The form can be found on MedHub or in the GME office.
This will be a resident responsibility to have completed this by end of the rotation. This is a way for residents to receive additional feedback regarding their performance on rotations.
Resident Procedure logs must also be kept up to date. These should be completed on MedHub after each procedure performed with proper documentation of attending and senior supervisor. This will make you “signed off” to allow you to perform the given procedure independently and teach other interns.
ACGME has implemented milestones as a framework for determining resident performance within the six ACGME Core Competencies. Essentially, they are competency-based developmental outcomes. Further information can be obtained at the ACGME website.
Internal Medicine sign-out is daily at 7:00am and 5:30pm.
ICU sign-out is 6:30am and 5:00pm.
- General Internal Medicine Didactics will be from 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Monday through Friday
- Core Curriculum Didactic Series will be from 1:00pm to 1:30pm every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
- Cancer Conference occurs on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:30am
- Grand Rounds occur on Thursdays at 12:00pm
The Transitional Year Residency Program provides comprehensive and balanced educational training to prepare residents for advanced residencies in anesthesiology, PM&R, dermatology, radiology and more.
We are dedicated to providing the support and resources needed to become an exceptional physician.
Get to Know the Team
Rubaiya Mallay, DO, FACR, FACOI
Curriculum and Rotation Schedule
Our expertly crafted programs are designed to provide resident and fellow physicians with all the experiences and training necessary for professional success.
Salary & Benefits
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- Health insurance available with a cost-share; an optional family plan can be purchased
- Dental coverage provided with minimal charge
- Basic life insurance provided at no cost; additional amounts may be purchased for residents or family
- Professional liability insurance provided at no cost
- Disability insurance
- Special portable anticipated income disability insurance available at nominal cost
- Vacation/Educational Leave
- 15 days paid time offer utilized for vacation and sick days
- Additional educational days available, must be preapproved by the Program Director and be in accordance with GME policies and procedures
Applicants must have a M.D. or D.O. from an LCME accredited Allopathic or COCA accredited Osteopathic Medical School. In addition, applicants must have passed USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 or COMLEX Level 1 and Level 2.
We accept all applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Candidates should be within 2 years of graduation from medical school and up to 5 years with advanced clinical experience, such as a prior internship or residency.
We will request a dean’s letter, your medical school transcript, a personal statement, USMLE or COMLEX scores, a headshot photograph, two letters of recommendation and your curriculum vitae.
We utilize the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) for our matching process. All first-year positions are accepted through the ERAS and there are no pre-match positions. ERAS applications are accepted September through December each year. For information on ERAS, you may access their website.
Research is an important part of our mission at the HCA/USF Morsani College of Medicine HCA Florida Largo Hospital. There are numerous opportunities for residents to participate in ongoing projects through HCA Florida Largo Hospital or a project of their own.
Residents are strongly encouraged to participate in research. Opportunities include the ability to present at Grand Rounds, publish manuscripts and present posters at local, regional or national conferences. For residents with a specific research interest, faculty mentorship is required to assist residents in completing the research process.