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UF Health North set to open mid-February

UF Health North set to open mid-February

UF Health North will be a state‑of‑the‑art, six-story outpatient medical complex located at Interstate 95 and Max Leggett Parkway.

Anesthesiology department looks to expand education and research activities

Anesthesiology department looks to expand education and research activities

New associate chairs Carol Ann Diachun, MD, and Gary Loyd, MD, are working to help make the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville anesthesiology department one of the best in the country.

Our Community, Our Health

Our Community, Our Health

In an effort to promote bi-directional communication between community members and researchers, the University of Florida HealthStreet program presents, Our Community, Our Health, an ongoing quarterly series for health researchers to discuss their research and findings with the community.

Bertholf to receive major accolade from national pathology society

Bertholf to receive major accolade from national pathology society

Roger Bertholf, PhD, a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville, is the winner of this year’s President’s Award from the American Society for Clinical Pathology.

Good joins UF as female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery chief

Good joins UF as female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery chief

Meadow Maze Good, MD, has joined UFCOMJ as chief of the division of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.


The Dean's List

Dr. Daniel R. Wilson, M.D., Ph.D.

End of Autumn

Dec 11, 2014

I hope your Thanksgiving was lovely and that the upcoming holidays are as well. I also hope you enjoy this “Dean’s List” for the End of Autumn featuring a sample of activities UF Health in Jacksonville carries out in our pivotal missions of patient care, education, research and service.

Media Coverage

The doctors are in: Ways to manage stress, so it doesn't take control
Florida Times-Union • January 13, 2015

A sneak peek at UF Health's soon-to-open North campus
Jacksonville Business Journal • January 12, 2015

New birthing center
News4Jax (WJXT) • January 11, 2015

New birthing center at UF Health Northside will offer moms-to-be another option
Jacksonville Business Journal • December 30, 2014

Media Contact

The media specialist can be contacted directly at (904) 244-3268 to schedule access on campus or media interviews with any UF Health Science Center Jacksonville faculty or employee during business hours from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For weekend and evening inquiries, call the hospital's main number, (904) 244-0411, and ask to speak to the media representative on call.

Recent Articles

Mirza elected to American Pediatric Society

12/22/2014

Ayesha Mirza, MD, has been recognized for her years of dedication to the study and advancement of child health, especially as it relate... [full story]

Cuffe using CDC grant to study mental health issues among local children

12/11/2014

Steven Cuffe, MD, professor and chair of psychiatry at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville, is using a $... [full story]

Gray-Eurom appointed UF Health Jacksonville chief quality officer

12/5/2014

Kelly Gray-Eurom, MD, MMM, FACEP, has been appointed chief quality officer for UF Health Jacksonville. In this role, Gray-Eurom will be... [full story]

On The Same Page

Dr. David Guzick, M.D., Ph.D.

The Year in Review: Celebrating Our Achievements in 2014 Part 2

Jan 22, 2015

Part 2 of our "year in review" focuses on the hospitals, research institutes and centers that are part of the UF Health family. When added to the colleges described last week, the size and scope of UF Health is nothing short of astonishing. We can all be very proud of the level of achievement at our academic health center, and look forward to a bright future with much anticipation.

The Post

The PostThe gift of life

January 2015

More than 1,600 older adults took part in the trial phase of the Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders, or LIFE, study. The LIFE study sought to discover what happened when older adults engaged in moderate physical activity. In this month’s issue of The POST, we follow what happened to one of these study participants during the course of the trial.