Dr. Eric Forsthoefel has been a practicing physician in emergency care for the past six years. He is licensed to practice medicine in Louisiana and Florida. Furthermore, he is certified in emergency medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine.
Prior to going to medical school Dr. Eric Forsthoefel received his Bachelor’s degree in religious studies from Florida State University. Following his undergraduate studies Dr. Forsthoefel was admitted to the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 2005 and he graduated in 2009.
Following his successful completion of medical school Dr. Forsthoefel began his residency at the emergency department of Louisiana State University. Dr. Forsthoefel spent two years in his residency at Louisiana State University. It was during these two years of hard work that Dr. Forsthoefel realized that he had a passion for emergency medicine. Emergency medicine doctors are on the frontline of difficult medical cases that occur at all hours of the day. No two cases are exactly the same and emergency medical physicians must be ready to deal with unique cases at a moment’s notice. Dr. Forsthoefel was required to deal with a littany of medical emergencies during his residency from simple illnesses to acute injuries. After three years of long hours and difficult work Dr. Forsthoefel completed his residency at Louisiana State University and returned to Florida to continue working in emergency medicine.
Currently, Dr. Forsthoefel is an emergency medicine physician at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare. Dr. Forsthoefel has been practicing for the past six years at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare since the completion of his residency. He is one of twenty-six doctors that specialize in emergency medical care at Tallahassee Memorial. Dr. Forsthoefel is dedicated to ensuring that each patient he encounters receives the best medical care possible in the often hectic and difficult environment of emergency medical care.