Fellow Reflections

Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

As you consider the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville for your pediatric residency training, please read what our alumni had to say as they looked back on their experience with us.

Juan Daniel Pulido, MD

Pulmonary Critical Care Fellowship Alumni

"I genuinely would like to say that you're not going to find a better-rounded program than the pulmonary and critical care fellowship program at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville. From the variety of pathology that you'll be exposed to, lecture series you will attend, to the research you'll take part in and the procedures you will perform... After graduating from pulmonary and critical care fellowship program at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville you will be well off into a bright and successful career!"

Ankur Girdhar, MD, and Amita Singh, MD

Pulmonary Critical Care Fellowship Alumni

"I cannot speak highly enough about the pulmonary and critical care fellowship program offered at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville. The extraordinary training and research opportunities the program provides in various aspects of the clinical spectrum of pulmonary diseases as well as critical care has helped me immensely in my professional career. The program is packed with educational lectures, procedural training, and clinical experience through outpatient clinics, inpatient floors, and multiple intensive care units. I specifically liked the critical thinking and learning opportunities provided by various mortality and morbidity presentations.

The excellent mentoring by highly trained and experienced teachers played an essential part in my development as a competent clinician. It also assisted me in honing my communication skills. The program provides a very warm and friendly environment for learning. I am thankful to this program for the connections and lifelong friendships I have made with faculty, staff, and the fellows. It was a privilege to be a part of this fellowship program."