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UF Health breaks ground on new inpatient tower at its north campus

UF Health breaks ground on new inpatient tower at its north campus

Once construction is complete, UF Health North will be the only hospital in North Jacksonville, creating convenience for residents of northern Duval County, Nassau County and Southeast Georgia.

Several faculty recognized for longstanding service at UFCOMJ

Several faculty recognized for longstanding service at UFCOMJ

Nearly 40 faculty physicians at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville recently received Service Pin Awards, which are given annually to those who reach certain milestone for continuous service.

Residents and fellows recognized during graduation ceremony

Residents and fellows recognized during graduation ceremony

Nearly 140 trainees recently completed their respective residency or fellowship programs. Several of the graduates will remain on campus for further training or to begin professional practice.

Awards, recognition highlight annual Celebration of Research event

Awards, recognition highlight annual Celebration of Research event

Phyllis Hendry, MD, a tenured professor of emergency medicine and pediatrics, won this year’s Robert C. Nuss Researcher/Scholar Award, given to a faculty member with an outstanding record of current research.

Faculty talk GME funding, celebrate discovery during Medical Education Day

Faculty talk GME funding, celebrate discovery during Medical Education Day

Securing more funding for graduate medical education was a hot topic during Medical Education Day, which also featured awards and a simulation competition. Mobeen Rathore, MD, a professor and associate chair of pediatrics, led the discussion on GME funding.


The Dean's List

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

Moving Forward with the Power of Together

Oct 14, 2015

UF Health Jacksonville is moving forward with our recently updated strategic plan, The Power of Together, which focuses on discovery, exceptional education, clinical and translational science and technology, and high-quality, patient-centered care.

Media Coverage

Health department confirms more Zika virus cases in Florida
WOKV • February 03, 2016

How much sleep should your child be getting?
Florida Times-Union • February 02, 2016

Study: Brain scans better at detecting ADHD in children
First Coast News • December 10, 2015

Construction to begin on Northside hospital
News4Jax (WJXT) • November 16, 2015

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Recent Articles

 Trauma patient Mark Taylor continues to progress following lifesaving care at UF Health Jacksonville - Thumb

Trauma patient Mark Taylor continues to progress following lifesaving care at UF Health Jacksonville

2/9/2016

Editor’s note: Mark Taylor was the patient honoree at the 2016 A Night for Heroes gala, an annual event that benefits UF Health T... [full story]

UF Health Pediatrics – San Jose announces extended “before work” appointments - Thumb

UF Health Pediatrics – San Jose announces extended “before work” appointments

2/1/2016

Beginning Feb. 1, 2016, UF Health Pediatrics – San Jose will begin offering extended “before work” appointment availa... [full story]

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UF Health Jacksonville MS program receives national honor

12/7/2015

The UF Health Jacksonville Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Program has been recognized as a Center for Comprehensive MS Care by the Na... [full story]

On The Same Page

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

The Year in Review: Celebrating Our Achievements in 2015 Part 2

Jan 22, 2016

Marking the first year of the Power of Together strategic plan, 2015 was a tremendous year of continued growth and progress for UF Health. Part 2 of our "Year in Review" focuses on the hospitals, research institutes and centers that are part of the UF Health family.

The Post

The PostThe Comeback Kids

December 2015 / January 2016

Gloria McIntyre suffered from a rare illness. Bill Wong lost his leg below the knee because of a diabetic infection. Amy Emery endured a traumatic brain injury in a car accident. In this month’s The POST, the UF Health Shands Rehab Hospital helps each of them transition back to living independently.