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 UF Health Jacksonville School of Medical Laboratory Science offers a one-year program
for selected students who have earned a bachelor’s degree in biological, chemical or clinical
laboratory sciences and are looking to further their education in the medical field.
UF Health Jacksonville's School of Radiologic Technology offers a two-year accredited
radiography program as well as a certificate program in computed tomography.