Welcome

Transition to adulthood is a time of change and one that takes preparation. For teens and young adults with disabilities and special health care needs there are many complex issues to learn about. Through this time of transition, it is important to stay as healthy as possible, since good health promotes success in the adult roles of employment, lifelong learning, and independent community living.

The transition from pediatric health care to adult-oriented health care can be very complicated for people with disabilities and chronic health conditions. The Jacksonville Health and Transition Services (JaxHATS) clinic was created to help make this transition easier. JaxHATS serves teens and young adults, ages 16-26, with chronic medical or developmental problems. Services are open to residents of Duval, Nassau, Baker, Clay, and St. Johns counties in Florida. For immediate assistance, please call us at (904) 244-9233.

News & Announcements

Several faculty recognized for longstanding service at UFCOMJ

10/21/2014

Joseph Tepas III, MD, a professor of surgery and pediatrics, has worn many hats during his lengthy career at the University of Florida... [full story]

The healing power of Arts in Medicine

8/21/2014

It’s the initially resistant patients who often benefit the most from UF Health Jacksonville’s Arts in Medicine program. A... [full story]

Immunizations key to healthy school year

8/15/2014

School is back in session, and that means it’s time to make sure your child’s immunizations are up to date. Florida requir... [full story]

Upcoming Events

Dec 11

2014 Evening With Santa

From 5:30 PM until 8:00 PM

Dec 11

2014 Evening With Santa

From 5:30 PM until 8:00 PM