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Join Us August 30th for a National Discussion on the Opioid Crisis in the U.S.

Researchers and physicians from the University of Florida, Nova Southeastern University and Resolute Anesthesia & Pain Solutions are sharing the latest findings on the opioid crisis in the U.S. to address community concerns at a […]

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month Mental illnesses affect people of all backgrounds in every community worldwide. While the rates of illnesses vary somewhat across studies, about one of […]

July 28: World Hepatitis Day

Viral Hepatitis affects nearly 400 million people worldwide and kills more than 1.4 million people every year. (CDC) Viral hepatitis, a group of infectious diseases that are the seventh leading […]

HealthStreet Out in the Community: Health Fair at Open Door Ministries

Know your numbers? Our Community Health Workers are ready to test your blood pressure, calculate your BMI and explain what these numbers mean for your health! Open Door Ministries will be […]

HealthStreet Featured on the Front Page of the Gainesville Sun

On April 13, 2017, we were thrilled to discover that Dr. Linda Cottler was featured on the front page of the Gainesville Sun newspaper as a “ChangeMaker” for her innovative health program, […]

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Did you know?

Less than 2% of the population participates in health research. Women, older adults, members of racial/ethnic minority groups and rural populations are often underrepresented in research, leading to findings that do not account for everyone.

HealthStreet was created to include many populations to make research findings a reflection of our diverse community and to help create health findings that can be applied to the greatest amount of people.

HealthStreet Gives People a Voice in Health Research

HealthStreet is a community engagement program at the University of Florida that bridges the gaps in health care and health research.

Using our four aims, Assessment, Service, Education, Community, HealthStreet is able to provide people a voice in research and their community’s health.


If you're a community member, researcher, or organization HealthStreet is here for you.

See how UF HealthStreet is part of UF Health's thoughtful long-term business plan that empowers us to build on success and continue to meet future needs of those we serve.

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Recent News

Community Health Worker Spotlight

This month, HealthStreet would like to recognize another exceptional Community Health Worker (CHW): Deidra Oliver. Deidra Oliver is a HealthStreet CHW in Union County. Through funding from the Florida Blue Foundation, Oliver […]

June 27th: National HIV Testing Day

The Facts: More than 1.1 million people in the US are living with HIV 1 in 7 Americans living with HIV are unaware of their status In 2015, 39,513 people were […]

Community Health Worker Spotlight

HealthStreet would like to highlight one of its Community Health Workers (CHWs) this month: Carrie Sadler. Community Health Workers are the core of the HealthStreet model. They work to improve the […]

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