Dr. Eric M. Forsthoefel is an Emergency Medicine Physician practicing at the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare emergency and acute care department. Dr. Forsthoefel was awarded his Medical Degree from the University Of Louisville School Of Medicine with the 2009 class. In 2012 he completed his post graduate training in Emergency Medicine at Louisiana State University Shreveport. Emergency Medicine residencies are three to four years in length and encompass training in all aspects of Emergency Department medical practice. At the completion of the Emergency Medicine Residency a candidate is required to meet all of the training requirements and exams dictated by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Forsthoefel has met all of these requirements and is a Diplomat of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Forsthoefel has been practicing Emergency Medicine for six years and is licensed to practice medicine in the states of Florida and Louisiana. He has hospital privileges at the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare’s Bixler Trauma & Emergency Center. North Florida’s Big Bend Region’s only Level II Trauma Center. Bixler Trauma & Emergency Center has 53 beds and four trauma bays. It treats more than 65,000 patients each year.
Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare is a 772 bed acute care hospital founded in 1948, serves a 17 county region encompassing North Florida and South Georgia. The emergency department physician group Dr. Forsthoefel practices with is Physician Partners – Emergency Services located at 1300 Miccosukee Road Tallahassee, FL 32308. Physician Partners is a part of the Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Network. The Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare System is a nonprofit system that accepts all non-elective patients without regard to financial status or the ability to pay for services and care. Dr. Forsthoefel accepts major private medical insurance, Medicare, and all insurance plans accepted by the Tallahassee Memorial Physician Partner Network. Dr. Forsthoefel speaks fluent English and Spanish with his patients and the staff.