Impact FI Thank you for transforming lives

Every day, through the generosity of others, our patients experience exceptional care and support, are offered promising new treatments and therapies, and have access to the nation’s best physicians and healthcare professionals. Thank you.

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775909_COMM-NICU online graphics Expanding Neonatal Care

The neonatal intensive care unit at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital will be undergoing an expansion to grow the number of beds that can accommodate the hospital’s tiniest, most vulnerable patients.

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UFHCVNH_exteriortrees2_FSI Caring for hearts and minds

To accommodate the need for additional inpatient beds and associated clinical services, UF Health is expanding its campus with the addition of two specialized hospitals, focused on neuromedicine and heart and vascular care.

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Events & Announcements

Miracle Treat Day magic

Aug 11th, 2016

Thank you for supporting Miracle Treat Day 2016.

Last chance to register! RE/MAX Premier Realty Golf Tournament

Jul 20th, 2016

Practice your putt for two upcoming golf tournaments this summer, benefitting UF Health Shands Children's Hospital.

Publix spring campaign earns $1M+

Jul 20th, 2016

If you shopped at an area Publix supermarket this spring, you likely helped raise more than $1 million to support UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital ­­— thank you!

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Patient Stories

img_1901 Ambassador Highlight: Meet Kirstyn

Kirstyn was all smiles on her 12th birthday as she opened presents and ate cupcakes decorated like emojis. Life hasn’t always been smiles and happy emoticons for this brave girl.

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Physician Profiles

Calhoun-patricia Physician Spotlight: Dr. Patricia Calhoun

Patricia McFall Calhoun, M.D. ’89, joined the UF Medical Alumni Board of Directors with a mission to inspire alumni and community members to invest in the future of medical education.

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Your Gift in Action

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Teresa Zamor is experiencing a lot of firsts as a physician assistant student at the UF College of Medicine.

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