University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville

Excellence in Education, Research and Patient Care

Our state-of-the-art medical center serves an urban population of one million from north Florida to south Georgia.

UF Colleges

College of Medicine

The UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville is located on the approximately 110-acre UF Health Jacksonville campus. The college's 16 clinical science departments house more than 440 faculty members and 380 residents and fellows.

University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville

College of Nursing

The UF College of Nursing Jacksonville campus is supported by on-site nursing faculty members who serve on various UF Health Jacksonville and University of Florida campus committees.

University of Florida College of Nursing in Jacksonville

College of Pharmacy

The UF College of Pharmacy houses a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Program with close to 200 students working to become licensed pharmacists.

University of Florida College of Pharmacy in Jacksonville

College News

Flagler Health+ and UF Health to expand clinical care and training initiatives

Category: Community

Flagler Health+ and UF Health announced today plans to collaborate on an expansion of graduate medical education programs and an array of clinical services acro...

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Driving Innovations in CV Care: Q&A With John Catanzaro, MD, MBA, FACC

Category: Faculty and Staff News

John Catanzaro, MD, MBA, FACC, program director of UF Health‘s Clinical Cardiology Electrophysiology Section, shares how he is ramping up work on two inno...

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Center for Data Solutions and LISC Jacksonville look at property values and impact on health in unique study

Category: Research

The price fluctuations in the housing market over the past two decades have sparked interest among researchers to better understand the relationship of home val...

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