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UF Health Science Center Jacksonville

The University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville is co-located with UF Health Jacksonville. More than 1,500 UF faculty members, residents, fellows, students, administrators and staff work in its three colleges:

College of Medicine – Jacksonville

The UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville offers medical residency and fellowship programs, which provide outstanding opportunities to learn from UF faculty who are among the best in their fields in a busy urban teaching hospital. In addition, clinical rotations in all major disciplines are offered for third- and fourth-year medical students, as is continuing medical education for practicing physicians.

College of Nursing – Jacksonville

The Jacksonville campus of the UF College of Nursing offers advanced nursing degree programs which are taught by UF faculty both in Jacksonville and Gainesville.

College of Pharmacy – Jacksonville

The Jacksonville campus of the UF College of Pharmacy offers a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy Program which may be completed entirely on the Jacksonville campus.

Simulation Training

The UF Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research (CSESaR) offers education through simulation and goal-directed training to promote quality patient care, expand patient safety initiatives and enhance multidisciplinary health care.


UF Health Jacksonville Education Programs

As part of an academic health center, UF Health Jacksonville has a deep and abiding history of commitment to education.

Pharmacy & Podiatry Residencies

UF Health Jacksonville offers ASHP-accredited PGY-1 and PGY-2 pharmacy residencies and a CPME-accredited podiaty residency program.

Disaster Preparedness

The University of Florida, UF Health Jacksonville and the Florida Poision Information Center–Jacksonville offer disaster preparedness training for physicians, nurses, first repsonders and other health care professionals and administrators involved in preparing for and implementing disaster management.

School of Radiologic Technology

The UF Health Jacksonville School of Radiologic Technology offers a two-year accredited radiography program. In addition, the school offers a certification program in computed tomography and magnet resonance imaging.