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Students from the UF College of Medicine class of 2020 attend first-year orientation.

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College of Medicine alumnus and Tampa area ophthalmologist T. Hunter Newsom, M.D. ’96, restores vision for patients.

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How two UF College of Medicine alumni juggled their studies with Olympic training.

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Learn more about the UF College of Medicine through the Florida Physician digital magazine app, which allows you to delve deeper into the stories featured in the magazine’s pages through […]

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Loren Bonenclark, MPAS ’16, followed in her mother’s footsteps when she graduated from the UF School of Physician Assistant Studies on June 18.

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As president and CEO of several patient care facilities in Florida, physician assistant Michael Crimi Jr. puts his business smarts and medical knowledge to work.

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