One moment, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Patrolman Michael Pickering was in pursuit of a suspect. A few minutes later, he was in the back of an ambulance, on his way to Shands Jacksonville Medical Center
The spotlight shined on medical education for one April week, highlighting the University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville's depth of simulation education, showcasing the importance of academic health centers and grooming the next generation of medical students by partnering with a local high school.
TraumaOne at Shands Jacksonville has acquired a third helicopter to transport regional victims of traumatic injuries, heart attacks and strokes. In addition, all three helicopters will be permanently stationed at outlying locations within the hospital's coverage area.
Russell E. Armistead, M.B.A., has been named chief executive officer of Shands Jacksonville.
UF physician seeks participants for trial to help improve the health of African Americans through a faith-based program.
Barry M. McCook, M.D., associate professor and chair of the department of radiology is putting his own money toward building a state-of-the-art resident education conference room.
The spotlight shined on medical education for one April week, highlighting the University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville... [full story]
Starting July 1, 2013, the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Florida College of Medicine–Jacksonville will begin offering t... [full story]
Jay Schauben, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT, director of the Florida/USVI Poison Information Center–Jacksonville and president-elect of the Amer... [full story]
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