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About JaxHATS

The JaxHATS clinic is a "Medical Home" for youth, ages 16-26 with chronic medical or developmental problems in the counties of Duval, Nassau, Baker, Clay, and St. Johns in Florida. JaxHATS has a multi-disciplinary staff that includes a pediatrician, adult internal medicine specialist, nurse care coordinators and a transition specialist who provide primary medical care to address the young person's immediate medical needs. The JaxHATS team also works with youth over time, to help them gain the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their long term life goals. Services provided by JaxHATS are covered by Medicaid, Children's Medical Services and most other health insurance plans.

Our Services

  • Comprehensive intake, evaluation, health care planning
  • Assistance securing health insurance coverage and other funding resources
  • Referral to a reliable network of adult medical and surgical specialists
  • Linkages to community providers in the following areas
    • High School, College and other secondary education
    • Vocational transition services
    • Community Integration
    • Social/recreational
    • Employment
  • Training that
    • Supports the shift of responsibilities from parents to young adults
    • Prepares young adults to be active members of the health care team
    • Promotes the development of self care skills and independence
  • Collaborating Agencies
    • Duval County and other County Public Schools
    • State of Florida, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
    • Florida Community College in Jacksonville
    • ARC of Jacksonville
    • Hope Haven

If you have any questions or would like to request more information, please Contact Us.

News & Announcements

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UF Health and Wolfson Children’s Hospital pediatrician receives prestigious national award

3/3/2017

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8/3/2016

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Chinese medical delegation visits Jacksonville campus

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Upcoming Events

May 10

CARD Girls' Circle Group (Final Session)

From 4:30 PM until 6:00 PM

May 18

UF CARD Constituency Board Meeting

From 9:30 AM until 11:00 AM

Jun 22

CARD Summer Institute Regional Trainings

From 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM

Jun 29

UF PAIP - Science Exploration

From 4:30 PM until 6:30 PM