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The department of Emergency Medicine welcomes our new Residents from the class of 2024! Image Gallery Montana Cole, MD, USF Health Morsani College of Medicine Lauren Dawn, MD, Louisiana State University School of Medicine in Shreveport Matthew Hanley, MD, Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Paula Kreutzer,…
Effective February 17, 2021, Dr. Travis Murphy was voted into his position as the Member-at-Large of the Emergency Medicine section within the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM). SCCM is the largest professional society of critical care medicine not only in the US, but also worldwide. Dr. Torben Becker is…
Marie-Carmelle Elie, M.D., is the first Black woman to be named a full professor and permanent chair of an academic emergency medicine department at a major American medical school
University of Florida Health Shands Hospital emerged as Florida’s top health center and one of the nation’s elite in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-21 Best Hospitals survey.
A new research program to understand the effect of COVID-19 on health care workers is soon to be underway at University of Florida Health and other sites across the country.
UF Health is expanding novel coronavirus testing to include all city of Gainesville employees, making voluntary testing available to any worker concerned that they might have been exposed to the virus.
Local first responders and emergency room employees who do not have symptoms of the novel coronavirus but nonetheless worry they have been exposed to it can now receive testing at University of Florida Health. The testing involves a UF Emerging Pathogens Institute research study and will use an assay that…
UF Health researchers are offering free COVID-19 testing as a way of saying thank you to the local heroes. Gainesville Fire Rescue is just one group of first responders who are receiving the tests.
Fake blood, authentic emergency responders and loud screams crowded the humid air Thursday morning on the University of Florida campus as nearly 80 students got real-world lessons in how to assess and treat catastrophic injuries during a mass casualty drill. Under the guidance of Jason Jones, M.D., and Charles Hwang, M.D., both emergency physicians with the UF College of Medicine’s department of emergency medicine, and Sven Norman, Pharm.D., a clinical associate professor in the UF College of Pharmacy, all the SHPEP students received basic first aid training before heading onto the field.