Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is a medical doctor specializing in emergency medicine. He currently works in the Tallahassee Medical Center in their ER. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is board certified as an emergency room physician and has completed a range of certifications to improve his skills within the field. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel received his doctorate in medicine at the University of Louisville. He completed his residency at LSU Medical Center in 2012. Despite being a relatively new doctor in the field, Dr. Eric Forsthoefel takes a caring and compassionate approach with each of his patients and has since seen over 5,000 patients since beginning his career at the Tallahassee Medical Center in 2014.
Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is affiliated with the Physician Partners Network and continually works with other doctors to collaborate on education, skills and experience. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is also required to attend varying continuing education courses throughout the year and has thus far completed over 100 continuing education units. This has given him the knowledge and experience needed to provide more advanced care to his patients. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel works with patients of all ages, but is especially experienced with the geriatric community. Because he is the head physician in the emergency department of his medical facility, he is on-call most of the time and continually working beyond his shift.
When Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is not working in the medical center helping patients with their emergency needs, he is spending time with his family. He is an avid lover of sports, fishing and hiking and spends a good majority of his time outside in nature. He also works alongside many other doctors in the field of emergency medicine, which provides him with a variety of opinions and stories to better suit his medical career. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel can be reached at his medical facility by phone or by email on the medical facility’s website, Tallahassee Medical Center. Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is one of the top new doctors in the emergency medicine field and continues his work each day with people who are scared and in need of emergency medical services.