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Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates, visitor restrictions and resources →
Now offering telemedicine through our Virtual Visit online program for primary care and specialty care visits → Virtual Visit appointments are available for new and existing UF Health patients. Check the FAQ section and Request an Appointment section below for more information.

Call (904) 383-1052 to make an appointment or call your physician’s office if you have questions specific to your health needs.

Latest News

The 411 on Breast Health

The 411 on Breast Health

Published: October 20, 2020


Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a significant time of year to educate ourselves about breast health and schedule appropriate screenings. It’s also a great time to have honest conversations with your physicians, and ask the right questions.
The impact of health disparities on patients’ pain outcomes

The impact of health disparities on patients’ pain outcomes

Published: October 19, 2020


Pain researchers at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville have received new funding to study how genetics may factor into the connection between socioeconomic disadvantage and pain outcomes. The “Impact of Health Disparity and Epigenetic Variability on Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in African Americans (IMPACT)” is a pilot study to create a biorepository and better understand this association.
Top Questions Answered about Health and Safety at Schools During COVID-19

Top Questions Answered about Health and Safety at Schools During COVID-19

Published: October 09, 2020


As the school year progresses and flu season begins, students who are attending classes in person should continue following health and safety protocols to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses.
UF Health and YMCA cut ribbon on new rehabilitation facility and fitness center

UF Health and YMCA cut ribbon on new rehabilitation facility and fitness center

Published: October 06, 2020


UF Health Jacksonville and the YMCA of Florida’s First Coast cut the ribbon Oct. 2, 2020 on a new joint project in the heart of Wildlight in Nassau County. The building is a combination rehabilitation facility and fitness center that will bring the latest innovations in healthy living to a rapidly growing part of Northeast Florida.

UF Health in the Media

Jacksonville mask mandate extended to Nov. 26

First Coast News - Published: October 27, 2020