UF College of Medicine Honors Convocation recognizes outstanding medical students.
Miscellaneous news at the College of Medicine
For the second consecutive year, University of Florida Health has received recognition for information technology initiatives. Recently, UF Health was named among the nation’s “Most Wired” by “Hospitals and Health Networks,” the flagship publication of the American Hospital Association.
UF Health patient donates more than $400 in gift cards to Pediatric Heart Transplant Program.
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.