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A Year in Review 2014-2015

Residency Year Review 2014-2015 2015 Grad Cake

 

Residents gather on stage at the 2015 Department of Psychiatry Housestaff Graduation at the Gainesville Woman's Club

Residents gather on stage at the 2015 Department of Psychiatry Housestaff Graduation at the Gainesville Woman’s Club

Dear Faculty, Fellows, Residents, Staff:

Thank you for attending our 2015 Department of Psychiatry Resident/Fellow Graduation. It was a lovely and fun occasion. A great colleague and friend described it as a nice summer party. It seemed that everyone was able to relax and just enjoy each others’ company.

We once again congratulate our graduates for a job well done and wish them every success in their future careers.

Thanks to the Program Directors (Drs. Werner, Brown, Teitelbaum, and Creelman) for their dedication to training competent specialists in our field.

Thanks to the faculty who provide outstanding training as I truly believe that we are sending out some of the best trained psychiatrists in the country who are ready to take on any challenge in the workforce.

I also want to take this opportunity to thank the staff who contribute so much including the program coordinators (Terry, Dorothy, Susan, Terra, and Connie). They are truly the surrogate mothers for our trainees and do so much of the day-to-day work required to maintain our programs.

Thanks to the fiscal office staff for all the personnel, payroll, credentialing, and contracts that support our missions.

Forensic Fellowship Training Director, Dr. Werner presents Graduating Fellow Elizabeth Warsham, MD with a plaque at Graduation

Forensic Fellowship Training Director, Dr. Werner presents Graduating Fellow Elizabeth Warsham, MD with a plaque at Graduation

The Year In Review  is above for you to take a look at so please enjoy.

See you next year!

Thanks,

Dr. H

Jacqueline A. Hobbs, MD, PhD, FAPA
Assistant Professor and Vice Chair for Education
Director, Residency Training Program
Department of Psychiatry
University of Florida College of Medicine