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Clinical quality nurse leaders are transforming patient care

Clinical quality nurse leaders are transforming patient care

Published: February 20, 2018


They are typically the first person you see after being admitted into a hospital and the last person to assist you at discharge. Nurses participate in every stage of a patient’s care, and their role in maintaining patient safety and quality at UF Health Jacksonville is vital.
Angiolillo remains one of world’s most-cited researchers

Angiolillo remains one of world’s most-cited researchers

Published: February 16, 2018


Dominick Angiolillo, MD, PhD, a professor of medicine and director of cardiovascular research at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville, remains one of the world’s most revered researchers.
Steered to safety

Steered to safety

Published: February 15, 2018


An Air Force veteran suffers a stroke behind the wheel and survives thanks to UF Health TraumaOne. What was supposed to be a short drive to work June 24, 2016, became a medical emergency for Robert Ayer. The 53-year-old Air Force veteran was driving on Interstate 295 when he had a stroke. Robert crashed his car into the median, coming to rest on an embankment. Fortunately, he didn’t hit anyone else in the collision, but his injuries were life-threatening. Jacksonville Fire and Rescue rushed him to UF Health Jacksonville — the only Level I trauma center in the region — where the UF Health TraumaOne team saved his life and placed him on the road to recovery.

UF Health in the Media

Making a Heart Healthy Diet

News4Jax (WJXT) - Published: February 17, 2018

'Stop the Bleed:' Becoming a lifesaver during tragedies

Action News - Published: February 16, 2018