The University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville—the largest
UF academic campus outside of Gainesville—is dedicated to high-quality programs
of education, research, patient care and public service.
The UF College of Medicine–Jacksonville offers accredited graduate medical
education residency and fellowship programs, in addition to non-ACGME fellowship
programs, continuing education and medical student rotations.
The UF College of Nursing–Jacksonville offers master and doctorate-level
advanced nurse training.
The UF College of Pharmacy–Jacksonville offers a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy
(Pharm.D.) Program which may be completed entirely on the Jacksonville campus. Also
offered on campus is an ASHSP-accredited pharmacy residency program at UF Health
The UF Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research 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 offers ASHP-accredited PGY-1 and PGY-2 pharmacy residencies
and a CPME-accredited podiaty residency.
The University of Florida, UF Health Jacksonville and the Florida/USVI Poison
Information Center–Jacksonville offer disaster preparedness training for all health
care professionals and administrators involved in preparing for and implementing
UF Health Jacksonville's School of Radiologic Technology offers a two-year accredited
radiography program as well as a certificate program in computed tomography.
Learn about UF clinical research studies that are seeking volunteers.
At 37 clinical sites throughout Northeast Florida, UF physicians tallied more than
600,000 outpatient visits and 34,000 inpatient admissions in 2011.
More than 300 UF medical residents and fellows train in Jacksonville, making it
the third-largest postgraduate medical training program in Florida.
We are the area's major safety-net hospital. Last year, we provided $62 million
in services on a cost basis in excess of funding received to care for these patients.
Last year, we received $26.4M in external grant-funded research, more than tripling
funding over the last six years.
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