Brad Bindas, MD, PGY-3 resident in the USF/Morton Plant Mease Family Medicine residency program, exemplifies excellence in leadership and clinical and academic medicine.
Dr. Bindas has demonstrated a strong commitment to community service, education and leadership in medicine. He has thrived as the program's chief resident, embracing the role with numerous ideas on how to improve the program and utilizing his discipline and drive to move forward with change despite obstacles and an intense schedule. In his role as Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) chair, he designs and teaches educational sessions for USF medical students. Dr. Bindas also serves as a Doctoring small group instructor for first year USF medical students, teaching history-taking and physical exam skills. His passion for investing in others truly shines during these sessions.
He has been extremely proactive in seeking out and leading research opportunities, sports event coverage, and community service, all which require a significant time investment and partnering with and leading others – something Dr. Bindas does exceptionally well. His efforts have resulted in numerous publications and presentations, growing the body of literature in sports medicine and family medicine.
Dr. Bindas is a future leader in medicine and could not be more deserving of the prestigious Florida Academy of Family Physician’s Exceptional Resident Scholar Award!