Clinic closures due to Hurricane Matthew

Published: October 5, 2016

Because of the potential impact from Hurricane Matthew, UF Health outpatient clinics throughout Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia will be closed Friday, Oct. 7. This includes outpatient clinics and rehabilitation services at UF Health Jacksonville, UF Health Emerson Medical Plaza and UF Health North. Staff is in the process of notifying patients and rescheduling appointments.

UF Health is well prepared to care for patients, physicians, nurses and other staff who will be working during the storm. Our facilities do not serve as public shelters.

Residents with special needs and people who may live in areas of concern should go to one of the City of Jacksonville’s shelters. Individuals with special needs requiring shelter support should contact 630-2489 for more information.
1.      Atlantic Coast High School at 9735 R. G. Skinner Parkway (pet friendly)
2.      Landmark Middle School, 101 Kernan Blvd. N. (pet friendly)
3.      Legends Center, 5130 Soutel Dr. (pet and special needs friendly)
4.      Twin Lakes Elementary School, 8000 Point Meadows Dr.
Please stay tuned to local media outlets for updates on additional information or visit the city's website at

For more information, please contact:
UF Health Media Relations