Walmart and Sam’s Club Miracle Balloon Campaign

Celebrate Walmart and Sam’s Club 35th year of fundraising for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals! Now through July 10, you can make a difference for kids at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. 

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Raising Hope at Work

Raising Hope at Work offers a unique opportunity to give back. Our participation illustrates a personal commitment to help move medicine forward, impact patient care and teach the next generation of clinicians.

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Partners in Medicine

UF Health Partners in Medicine was established to recognize those who share our vision and give thoughtfully to all areas of medicine — education, research and patient care — at UF Health Shands and the UF College of Medicine.

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CMN Hospitals

For 35 years, UF Health Shands Children's Hospitals has been part of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Learn more about this important organization and how we raise money and awareness for kids in our community.

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Showing gratitude during UF Health Nurses Week

Nurse of the Year Kelli Stewart, RN When we think of gratitude at UF Health, we consider the wonderful ways patients and families show…

2022 UF Health Nurse of the Year Kelli Stewart, RN, observes an IV solution bag.

College DM programs raise $3.9 million 

From left to right: Shelley Collins, M.D., FAAP, associate chief medical officer at UF Health Shands Hospital, associate dean for student affairs and…

UF Health Shands CEO Ed Jimenez (far right) joins others for a check presentation from Dance Marathon at UF to UF Health Shands Children's Hospital.

17th annual Fishing for Kids Tournament reels in…

Sixty-one boats and countless friendly fishers took to Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee, Fla., for a great cause! The 17th annual Fishing for Kids…

Children gather and hold fish at Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee, Fla., during the 17th annual Fishing for Kids saltwater trout tournament.

YOUR impact

Patient philanthropy bolsters innovative program…

Dr. Dziegielewski’s willingness to address the consequences of surgery as a measure of success was refreshing, and that information is vital to…

Peter Dziegielewski, M.D.

Ramsey family honors a beloved brother

As Lee Ramsey’s family watched him being transported by ambulance from the emergency room at Lawnwood Hospital in Ft. Pierce to UF Health in…

Lee Ramsey

Predicting and preventing: Biomarkers in…

For years, Suman Ghosh, M.D., MPA has been researching pediatric brain injury. He first started analyzing neonates with hypoxic-ischemic…

Suman Ghosh, M.D., MPA, a pediatric neurologist at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital and clinical assistant professor in the UF College of Medicine’s division of pediatric neurology.

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