After a two-year hiatus, UF Health Shands employees and UF College of Medicine faculty and staff have come together to celebrate this unique culture of community and philanthropy with the return of the employee giving campaign, Raising Hope at Work.
Former Florida Gator punter Johnny Townsend and fellow UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital supporters pick up steam as they enter their fourth year of fundraising for pediatric oncology.
Dr. Dziegielewski’s willingness to address the consequences of surgery as a measure of success was refreshing, and that information is vital to patients who are making treatment decisions that will have long-term effects.
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 Gainesville, they were in need of reassurance.
$250,000 grant means increased access for Gainesville area residents.
Glen Wright has high praise for the nursing team on unit 87, the thoracic and vascular surgical intensive care unit at UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital.
Although Tom passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2016, many will continue to understand his legacy through the Cocking Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund, founded by his wife, Kathy Cocking, to help advance research and treatment of the disease at UF Health in his memory.
Since 2016, the "Give Hope. Spread Joy." fundraising campaign has worked to bring the warm and comforting feelings of the holidays to the hospital setting.
The 11th annual Longwood Rehab/I Love Chad Charity Golf Tournament saw its biggest year ever. Held Saturday, Nov. 13, at the DeBary Golf and Country Club in DeBary, Fla., the event welcomed 110 participants and raised more than $36,000 to benefit the UF Health Transplant Patient Housing Program, shattering the…
A longtime supporter of the UF Health Cancer Center, the Climb for Cancer Foundation began when co-founder and mountain climber, Ron Farb, decided to combine his thirst for adventure with his desire to see an end to cancer in his lifetime.