Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is young and already very well qualified physician. Dr. Forsthoefel attended the University of Louisville Medical School from 2005-2009 and graduated very highly in his class. He then chose to complete a residency in emergency medicine at Louisiana State University. Specializing in emergency medicine prepares Dr. Forsthoefel to encounter a large range of injuries and diseases.
After completing his residency, Dr. Forsthoefel then went on to receive his Louisiana State Medical License. Just a year later, Dr. Forsthoefel received his Florida Medical License as well, adding onto his already impressive resume. Currently, Dr. Forsthoefel has been practicing for about six years and has received nothing but positive feedback from patients over the entirety of his career. He has been praised for his overall treatment of his patients. He shows that he is truly concerned and actually cares for the well-being of individuals he cares for. He also holds a quality that is extremely important, and many physicians lack. That is explaining the diagnosis and going through the treatment procedure with his patients, along with spending valuable time answering questions his patients have. A lot of people would agree that this one of the most important and meaningful aspects of healthcare. As a physician, you want to make your patient as comfortable as possible, and Dr. Eric Forsthoefel does just that. Lastly, Forsthoefel makes sure to keep up with his patients to ensure they are well. He is based in Tallahassee, Florida and is one of 26 doctors at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare who special in Critical Care Medicine.
As a Critical Care Specialist, Dr. Forsthoefel spends his days working to the best of his ability with patients who have life-threatening problems, some being shock, massive bleeding, heart attacks, and more. It can also be said that he works with the worst of the worst. He sees people who are in need of more help than most, and there is a lot to value after seeing what Dr. Eric Forsthoefel has. Working in Critical Care as he has, he has had to develop into a strong, smart, optimistic-minded physician.