KL2 Scholars

UF Emergency Medicine’s Jennifer Fishe and Henry Young named as KL2 Scholars

Meet two KL2 Scholars, emergency-medicine assistant professors Jennifer Fishe, MD, and Henry Young, MD, and learn about their research.

When War Informs Medicine

When War Informs Medicine

The war zone creeps back in unexpected places. Running across Fort Bliss, Texas, earlier this year to get to the gym, Mark Jackson, D.O., an Army reservist, recalled suddenly stopping […]

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Employment opportunities in the department of emergency medicine

Work in the Department of Emergency Medicine

The University of Florida College of Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine in Gainesville, Florida, is seeking talented, highly motivated emergency medicine physicians to join our robust dynamic department of 44 faculty, with an expanding residency program and increased fellowship opportunities.

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Emergency Medicine Faculty Plant Pinwheels for Child Abuse Prevention

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and The Alachua County Child Abuse Prevention Task Force, along with faculty and staff from UF Health, planted 1,000 pinwheels on the front lawn of UF Health Shands Hospital.

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The new UF Health Shands Emergency Center – Kanapaha is now open

Located near SW Archer and Tower Road, west of I-75, the new UF Health Shands Emergency Center – Kanapaha is now open.

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The Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Florida Gainesville is an independent academic department within the College of Medicine. With the substantial infrastructure and resources from the State's Flagship University dedicated to the missions of research and education, we are committed to training medical students and residents to become superior well-rounded clinicians that have the skills to become educators, researchers, and leaders in emergency medicine.

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Emergency Department Video Tour

EMS Division participates in Summer Health Professionals Education Program Disaster Drill