UF Health patient donates more than $400 in gift cards to Pediatric Heart Transplant Program.
Miscellaneous news at the College of Medicine
UF Health Shands Hospital ranked in U.S. News & World Report.
Four safety-net health care clinics in Alachua and Duval counties will receive funding as part of Gov. Rick Scott’s $77 billion state spending plan for 2014-2015. UF has a history of collaborating with each of the clinics benefiting from the appropriation.
Interested in what researchers are thinking about aging? Come to the Clinical and Translational Research Building from 3-6 p.m. Wednesday for special presentations.
The UF Center for Arts in Medicine will host a free movement class May 31 for Parkinson’s patients and their families, friends and caregivers.
Construction takes shape on the new medical education building.
This summer marks the one-year anniversary of the University of Florida Health Integrative Medicine Program, led by the first fellowship-trained integrative medicine physician in Gainesville, Irene Estores, M.D.
The Climb for Cancer Foundation will host a benefit concert May 10 for the College of Medicine’s pediatric hematology and oncology division.
UF Health Shands Rehab Hospital will host a stroke awareness fair in May for National Stroke Awareness Month.
The James M. Cox Foundation awards UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital $100,000 to fund expansion of the neonatal intensive care unit.