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Dr. George Everett was born and raised on a large farm in Iowa. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Iowa College of Medicine in 1975. Internal Medicine residency was completed at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York in 1978.
Dr. Everett returned to the University of Iowa in 1978 where he completed a Master of Science degree before becoming a faculty member.
In 1985, Dr. Everett moved to Orlando spending 23 years at Orlando Health as a teaching physician in the Internal Medicine residency, including Program Directorship of the Medicine-Pediatrics and the Internal Medicine Residency programs.
In 2008, Dr. Everett became the founding Program Director of the Internal Medicine Residency at AdventHealth Orlando, his current position.
Honors and Achievements
Education: Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society during 3rd year of medical school indicative of top 5% of graduating class.
Research and Scholarship: Author of 50+ peer reviewed articles in medical journals, 40 peer reviewed posters, and multiple book chapters.
Teaching Awards: American College of Physician Teaching and Research Scholarship, American College of Physician Outstanding Teacher Award, Florida State University College of Medicine Outstanding Clinical Educator award and Excellence in Teaching award, University of Central Florida Best Internal Medicine Clerkship Teacher Award.
Leadership: American College of Physician Chapter Laureate Award and Florida Chapter American College of Physicians Governor-elect.
Lifetime Achievement: American College of Physician Mastership award.