Eric Forsthorfel is a young doctor in his thirties living in Florida, his home state. Dr. Forsthoefel works in emergency medicine at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare’s Bixler Emergency Center in Florida. He attended his undergrad at Florida State University in Religious Studies between 1999 and 2004. From there he attended medical school and graduated in 2009 from University of Louisville’s School of Medicine before continuing at Louisiana State University in Shreveport to complete his residency. It was there that he graduated with honors. After finishing his education in 2012, he went on to become a doctor of emergency medicine at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare in their emergency room. He tends to a variety of patients, from acute illness to injuries.
Patients of Dr. Forsthoefel have mentioned his kindness while under his care, including his helpfulness in getting them diagnosed and out of the Emergency room in a reasonable time frame. He also has a great team of emergency room nurses assisting him. Doctor Eric Forsthoefel has experience in injury, trauma and accidents, including cardiac arrest and pancreatitis. It is noted that he provides ample explanation about a patient’s results, and provides any follow up information that may be requested. His experience is diverse and well-rounded.
A majority of Dr. Forsthoefel’s patients are over the age of sixty, and he sees many cases of high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart conditions. Considering his location and patient demographic, dementia also plays a factor in the emergency room of Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare. He accepts Medicare and Medicade, as well as a variety of other insurances, including United Health Care. Dr. Forsthoefel and his team pride themselves on getting patients into a room quickly and onto the correct recovery plan. His six years of experience at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare have proved to be a career success.