The College of Medicine and Shands have worked together for months reexamining how to best use the facilities at Shands at UF, Shands AGH, the Florida Surgical Center and Ayers Medical Plaza. The realignment plan unfolded last week with pediatric patients at Shands AGH returning to Shands UF and several surgical services switching locations. Some say the transition has resulted in stronger, more cohesive relationships among the UF health system.
Archive for 2008
Two surgical residents earn additional doctorate degrees in research.
Lindsey Evans is a third-year medical student who understands the needs of underserved communities. Before her days as a UF medical student, she coordinated art projects for students in New York City neighborhoods and in Brazil. So it seemed natural that she took on the task of “sprucing up” the Shands at UF Eastside Community […]
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Medical and dental students take a break from books, rotations and lectures for a Saturday barbecue at UF’s Lake Wauburg.
Shands at UF Neuro-Intensive Care Unit opens April 1, providing neurology and neurosurgery patients access to UF experts and the latest technology.
Office of Minority Affairs staff members are acknowledged for their roles in medical education at the University of Florida.
A gallery of photos taken by third-year medical student Irving Zamora of students painting murals on the walls of the UF and Shands Eastside Community Practice in Gainesville.
OK, it’s not the Oscars, but it is award season at the College of Medicine. And the Eighth Annual Medical Education Banquet is just the place to announce several of the awards presented for the academic year 2007-2008. This year’s banquet, to be held Monday, April 28 at Emerson Alumni Hall, will include special recognition […]
It is an award-winning spring for Dr. Peter Indelicato from the department of orthpaedics and rehabilitation. He was named the 2007 Sports Medicine Person of the Year by the Athletic Trainers Association of Florida, and he also received the Gold Medal Distinguished Alumni Award from his alma mater New York Medical College. Indelicato will be […]