Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is a Patient Approved Emergency Room Doctor

About The Doctor

Dr. Eric Forsthoefel is a young male, English and Spanish speaking, emergency medicine doctor in Tallahassee, Florida. He is affiliated with Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Hospital. He has over 6 years of medical experience. He specializes in medical injury, trauma, and accidents. He is also experienced in general emergency room patient issues. He received his medical degree while living in New Orleans. To get his medical degree he first attended Louisville School of Medicine and graduated in 2009. He continued on at Louisiana State University School of Medicine where he completed his residency in 2012. Dr. Forsthoefel is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and he holds a medical license for the states of Louisiana and Florida. Dr. Forsthoefel has two offices in Tallahassee Florida. He respects the importance of his patient’s personal time as his average office wait time is only 20 minutes. His steady clients are pleased with his service and they say that his office has a high level of cleanliness, a courteous staff, and great scheduling flexibility. They describe him as a doctor who explains conditions and treatments, takes time to answer patient questions, and provides follow-up as needed. An attentive and caring doctor is very important to have. So far the insurance I have found him to accept is First Health, Medicare, Medicaid and Aetna. His office is currently accepting new patients and they keep electronic health records.

About Emergency Room Doctors

Emergency room doctors are special because they are responsible for handling situations that need urgent and immediate resolution. Emergency room doctors handle cases such as heart attacks, broken limbs, trauma, cuts and other sharp and fast incidents. These doctors are important for making life-saving decisions and also to evaluate the patient and decide whether they can be released or if they need to be transferred to another department for a long-term stay at the hospital.