Medical students can gain clinical experience in family medicine — including its philosophy of holistic care, goals and practice objectives — that will help in career decisions through our clerkship and subinternship opportunities.
At Floyd, students will learn the opportunities available to a family physician, the continuity of care and awareness of the many patient situations. Our program provides students with hands-on experience through on-call opportunities at least once per week. Students follow the on-call schedule below:
- Third-year and Fourth-year: 5:30 p.m. - 6 a.m.; relieved of duties by 6:30 a.m. and are off the remainder of the day following call.
Our program offers many unique experiences that will help you get the most out of your rotations at Floyd. We are here to help you learn and gain the experience you need to continue your goal of becoming a physician.
How to Apply
Contact the Clerkship Coordinator if you attend one of the following schools.
- Emory University
- Medical College of Georgia
- Mercer University School of Medicine
- Morehouse School of Medicine
- Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (Georgia Campus)
Students at all other schools and those applying for fourth year electives or sub-I (sub-internships), regardless of medical school, should complete an application before July 1.
A background check from your school or through our program will be required prior to your rotation.
The ideal candidate for our program is a student committed to the practice of family medicine as a career. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen.
Rotations Outside of Residency
Medical school students who wish to apply for a rotation outside the Family Medicine Residency Program, should visit the Student Rotations page
For more information about clerkships and internships, contact the Floyd Family Medicine Residency Program Clerkship Coordinator at 706.509.3343 or complete our online contact form.