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Florida State University College of Medicine

2498 S. 35th Street
Fort Pierce, FL 34981
(772) 464-0034
(772) 464-0984 (fax)
Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • About

    The Florida State University College of Medicine, created in 2000 to produce “compassionate physicians for the 21st century,” is the first new medical school of the century to be reaccredited. It offers the M.D. degree; the P.A. degree,the Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences; and the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences, Bridge to Clinical Medicine Major. The College of Medicine’s mission emphasizes patient-centered health care and service to elder, rural, minority and underserved populations.

    FSU medical students spend their first two years at the main campus in Tallahassee. The PA students spend 19 months in Tallahassee. Fort Pierce is one of six Florida cities that host a regional campus, where medical students spend Years 3 and 4. The PA students are here for one year of clinical training. (The other regional campuses are in Daytona Beach, Orlando, Pensacola and Sarasota as well as Tallahassee.) There also are rural training sites in Marianna and Immokalee, in addition to Thomasville, Ga.

    Rather than learning in an academic medical center, students learn one-on-one from community physicians in their offices, clinics and other outpatient settings as well as in hospitals. The Fort Pierce Regional Campus partners with several Treasure Coast healthcare institutions and over 250 local physicians to provide clinical training to students

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