A group of UF College of Medicine students and faculty recently traveled to Florida’s Gulf Coast to help provide medical care to more than 500 patients over the course of two days.
During a ceremony honoring the recipients, the UF Medical Guild awarded grant funding for 14 nonprofit organizations and projects today to support community initiatives, totaling more than $55,000.
A program designed to improve access to care and health outcomes for children and adults with Type 1 diabetes will be expanded with a $7.6 million, three-year grant from The Leona M. & Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.
The Pediatric C-MAC Cart, monitor, two pediatric flexible intubation scopes and blades can be used for the pediatric cath lab and for procedures done by operating room staff on the unit as needed, making it an important addition to our equipment inventory.
When Bailey was born, her parents were stunned by the diagnosis, having never heard of Turner Syndrome before, and could only find scant information on the internet. The family was referred to UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital because of the breadth of care available from our Turner Syndrome specialists.
Beckett Genuardi spent his first two months of life at home with his family surrounded by the love of his parents and three siblings. Beckett’s mom, Taylor Genuardi, started to notice what seemed like difficulty with Beckett’s breathing but was told everything was fine.
If your child is having surgery at UF Health Shands Children's Hospital, they can now ride in style to the operating room in one of our new Power Wheels, funded by donations to CMN Hospitals!
Walking the streets filled with magic at Walt Disney World, lying outside for hours during the day and enjoying playdates at Gigi’s Playhouse, 4-year-old Amelia King was always on the go. Just starting Pre-K, Amelia was diagnosed with B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia this past May.
Thanks to your ongoing support of CMN Hospitals at UF Health Shands Children's Hospital, we are excited to announce the purchase of new monitor equipment to better serve our pediatric patients.
Through a gift of $250,000, the UF Medical Guild created an endowment for the Equal Access Clinic Network, a free medical service in the Gainesville community staffed entirely by medical, nursing, pharmacy, public health and dentistry students under the guidance of UF Health faculty.