UF Health

Is an integral part of the University of Florida, ranked No. 8 among the nation’s public universities by U.S. News & World Report

UF Health is home to the state’s No. 1 research hospital and unique in its diverse constellation of health colleges, research centers and institutes, hospitals, faculty practices, and patient care programs.

Academic health centers make discoveries that lead to breakthroughs in patient care, and our patients are at the heart of everything we do.

UF Health is an integral part of the University of Florida, ranked No. 8 among the nation’s public universities by U.S. News & World Report.

In Gainesville, UF Health encompasses the colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health and Health Professions, and Veterinary Medicine. Leading-edge research focusing on key areas that impact the centers: The Emerging Pathogens Institute, The Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute, the Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases, the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the UF Diabetes Institute, the UF Genetics Institute, the UF Health Cancer Center, the UF Institute on Aging, and the UF Institute for Child Health Policy.

UF Health attracts skilled health professionals from across the country. The dynamic university environment encourages business and community growth and development and offers innumerable career opportunities. UF Health is poised to expand as a preferred destination for health care, education and training, and scientific research in the health sciences. We invest in our colleges, research institutes, and hospitals while enhancing UF’s reputation as a preeminent research university.

Our success is predicated on a multidisciplinary approach, which leads to major advances in health care across a wide range of fields. UF Health is at the forefront of institutions that can advance discoveries along the full continuum of translational science—from laboratories to clinics to public health and policy arenas.

A key player in Florida’s overall economy, UF Health contributes more than $4.6 billion through direct and indirect expenditures, according to the most recent economic impact study conducted by the University of Florida. The clinical enterprise’s direct employment and indirect spending account for 33,000 jobs.

UF Health also contributes to UF’s ongoing recognition as a leading research institution. With more than $410 million in National Institutes of Health awards and other grant funding to support ongoing research, UF Health physicians and faculty are training the next generation of scientists and advancing new discoveries to impact health care locally, nationally and around the world.

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