Medical Honors Program
Thank you for your interest in the Medical Honors Program at the University of Florida! If you are a prospective applicant, we invite you to review our website pages and reach out to us with any questions or concerns.
Competitive applicants to the UF Medical Honors Program will have fulfilled basic requirements.
Thank you for your interest in the Medical Honors Program at the University of Florida!
Welcome to the Medical Honors Program Community! Please feel free to contact us and our Ambassadors with any questions you may have.
Selection into the program reserves admission into the College of Medicine at the University of Florida, contingent upon satisfactory completion of the junior year (third year) curriculum.
We currently have students enrolled in their 3rd year of undergraduate (MHP year), 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year of medical school.
The Medical Honors Program (MHP) is a combined, accelerated, 7-Year B.S./M.D. program offered by the University of Florida.
We are pleased to release a student perspective video created by our MHP students! We hope the video will address some questions you may have as a prospective applicant and give insight as to the path of an MHP student from undergraduate to practicing as a physician.
Congratulations to our students that have matched this year!
The Medical Honors Program is excited to share that the 2022 Application Cycle is now open.
The Medical Honors Program will be holding an Information Session for prospective applicants via Zoom on October 21, 2021 from 5:30-7:00 PM EST.
MHP Student Spotlight
The Medical Honors Program would like to congratulate two soon-to-be Gator Physicians and MHP alumni for matching into Urology for their residency programs.
We would like to congratulate our students that have matched into residency!
Daniela Ramirez, ’22, offers compassionate support to both patients and student mentees.
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.
The UF College of Medicine Office of Admissions states unequivocally that Black Lives Matter, and condemns racism, injustice, and prejudice in all forms. We acknowledge the existence and persistence of systemic oppression and racism that endanger the lives of people of color. We strive for an admissions culture that is reflective, informed and inclusive, dedicated to building a diverse community of future physicians who share a commitment to equity in healthcare and in all areas of society.
Med Student News
This is the second time Nall, M.D. ’09, has been honored with the award from the graduating medical school class
The clinic was recognized for its impactful work providing no-cost health care to low-income residents
Students, faculty reflect on the white coat’s symbolism of professionalism and compassion in health care
Celebrating Mother’s Day with one UF College of Medicine mother-daughter duo