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‘At UF Health, we take care of each other’

Summer is an exciting time of year. Days are spent splashing in the pool, playing at the park and watching stellar sunsets. Some even travel to dream destinations. Vacations are supposed to be relaxing. Teresa Brown’s last trip was anything but. Brown, who will celebrate her 9-year anniversary at UF…

New children’s book supports UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine

What do pets do while their parents are away? Find out as Max, a little kitten who loves to play, enjoys a fun day of big adventures! By purchasing the children’s book “Max’s Big Day,” you support UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine. All proceeds go directly toward UF…

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 appreciation to our staff.  Last month, your support made our nurses feel cherished during UF Health Nurses Week. Through the Nourish a Nurse campaign, we…

Champion Corner

Welcome to the Champion Corner, your resource in helping you fulfill your role as a Raising Hope at Work Champion! Digital Toolkit Flyer Team email template Poster Zoom background Powerpoint presentation template Need more materials? Email…

Who is my Champion?

Raising Hope at Work Locate the Champion team lead for your unit or department below. If you don’t see your department listed, please contact RaisingHopeatWork@shands.ufl.edu for further assistance. UF College of Medicine department/unit name email Department…

Contests and Incentives

Raising Hope at Work Contests Contest 1 – June 20-24 The top two units or departments with the highest participation growth during the week will win a catered meal from Pomodoro Café. Blitz Day – June 22 Every individual that makes a gift on or before Blitz Day will receive…

Fighting pediatric cancer focus of V Foundation-UF Health collaboration

In pursuit of its ongoing mission to achieve Victory Over Cancer®, the V Foundation for Cancer Research announced its renewed support and a new $250,000 grant for the University of Florida’s efforts to combat brain cancer in children. Combined with private support, a total of $600,000 in new funding will bolster critical research programs.