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Global Health Expo

The current MHP students who are taking the Global Health Disparities course organized a Global Health Expo today which will run until 1pm in the courtyard between the HPNP and Harrell Medical Education Building (HMEB). There are interactive exhibits to reflect various global health issues. Please stop by to learn more!

MHP Ambassadors

Different name, same program. The interview cycle is under way!

The University of Florida College of Medicine, Office of Admissions is here for you before, during and post application, and so are the Medical Honors Program Ambassadors! If you wish […]

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The future home for your medical education

The new George T. Harrell, MD Medical Education Building opened on July 29, 2015.

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Discovering through Research

Shahrukh Bengali, Class of 2019, presents his research during the JHMP Research Symposium in April 2015.

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Welcome MHP, Class of 2020

Congratulations on your acceptance to the Medical Honors Program, Class of 2020! We wish you all the best as you move through your junior year at the University of Florida, and as you prepare to become Gator-Docs.

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Overview

The Medical Honors Program (MHP), formerly Junior Honors Medical Program (JHMP), is an accelerated 7 Year B.S./M.D. program offered by the University of Florida. Admission is open to all possible candidates who are United States citizens or permanent residents.

The program is intended for undergraduate students who have demonstrated superior scholastic ability and personal development during their first two academic years of enrollment at a 4 year accredited science degree granting institution, and who are dedicated to pursuing medicine as a career. When accepted to this program, a student secures a place in medical school at the University of Florida College of Medicine as long as the MHP requirements are completed and academic standards are maintained.

The MHP offers two concentrations:

•           Biomedical science: individuals with a primary focus on pursuing academic careers in medicine

•           Rural and Urban Underserved Medicine (RUUM):  individuals with a primary focus on careers serving urban, rural and medically underserved populations.

Application to the MHP occurs early in the spring semester of the student's second year of college enrollment. Applications for the 2016-2017 year and a position in the College of Medicine's class of 2021 can be found in the Application tab.

Other sections on this website offer details of the application process, the requirements, the MHP curriculum and an FAQ page.

You can remain updated with upcoming events, presentations, or activities by subscribing to our listserv! To join, simply send an email to listserv@lists.ufl.edu and leave the subject line blank. In the body of the email, write: subscribe JHMP-L firstname lastname and then send it. You will receive an email response asking for a quick confirmation.

Opportunities to shadow a MHP seminar are available. Seating is limited. These opportunities are only available during Fall and Spring semester.

The Medical Honors Program, formerly Junior Honors Medical Program, has been in place since 1972. To see where some of the former students have gone with their careers, please read through our Former Students section.

 

Announcements

  • The application deadline has passed, and selections have been made! Stay tuned to find out who will be in the MHP, Class of 2021.

  • New research associated with our fantastic faculty member, Mark S. Segal, M.D., Ph.D.! Learn more about a new low for healthy blood pressure, here!

  • The new George T. Harrell, MD Medical Education Building opened on July 29, 2015. Learn more here

  • Welcome home, Dr. Yehia, UF COM, Class of 2006! Learn more about Baligh R. Yehia, M.D. here.

  • Interested in where UF College of Medicine grads match? Check out the Residency List for the Class of 2016 here!

Statement on Diversity

University of Florida College of Medicine recognizes that medical education, healthcare excellence and health equity will best be achieved by a diverse and inclusive healthcare workforce caring for diverse patients in a multicultural environment.

Read the UF College of Medicine Statement on Diversity for more information