When UF Health recruited doctors dedicated to taking care of older patients, those patients survived better and went home more often.
Surgery news at the College of Medicine
UF College of Medicine faculty honored for years of service and excellence in education, research and leadership.
New hospitals in 2018: UF Health broke ground on its two new hospitals, the UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and the UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital, on Jan. 23.
Researchers have found a correlation between insurance type and patient access to surgical treatment for subarachnoid hemorrhage, a type of stroke that most often affects women in their 50s — often causing death or long-term impairment and disability.
Renowned orthopedic medicine expert and founding faculty member Dr. William Enneking has passed away.
University of Florida Health surgeon Frederick A. Moore, M.D., a professor and chief of acute care surgery in the College of Medicine’s department of surgery, has been named the American College of Critical Care Medicine’s 2015 Distinguished Investigator.
The Society of Teaching Scholars broke a record this year, honoring nine faculty inductees at the college’s 14th Annual Celebration of Excellence in Medical Education Feb. 19.
Since the state of Florida defunded routine circumcisions in newborns, circumcisions in older boys and costs to the state have skyrocketed.
Can a person’s own fat cells be used to help heal traumatic wounds and scarring? The Department of Defense has granted UF Health $1.2 million to find out.
Dr. Lawrence Lottenberg, a key figure in the growth of Florida’s trauma system over the past three decades, received the Raymond H. Alexander Award from the Florida chapter of the American College of Surgeons in late May. Lottenberg, an associate professor of surgery and anesthesiology at UF Health, founded the Level 1 trauma center at UF Health Shands Hospital and has made numerous other significant contributions to surgery in the state of Florida.