UF Health Jacksonville medical center’s origins date to 1870 as Florida’s first non-military hospital, known then as Duval Hospital. Combining its strengths with the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville, it offers residents in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia all the benefits of an academic health center.
UF primary care physicians and pediatricians located in more than 30 practices in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia
Level III neonatal intensive care unit
One of three Poison Information Centers in Florida
UF Health TraumaOne, the state’s first and region’s only Level I trauma center
UF Health Proton Therapy Institute located on campus
UF Health Jacksonville’s newest campus, UF Health North, includes a state-of-the-art medical complex, which opened in 2015, featuring an emergency room, outpatient surgery suites, imaging services, a birth center and physician offices. The 92-bed hospital opened in May 2017, and is the only full-service hospital in North Jacksonville.
University of Florida Jacksonville Physicians Inc.
University of Florida Jacksonville Physicians is a network of more than 60 primary and specialty care centers that offer first-rate care from the more than 400 UF faculty physicians based in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.
The network includes more than two dozen primary care practice centers throughout Duval County, with additional locations in Baker, Clay, Nassau and St. Johns counties in Florida, as well as Camden and Charlton counties in Georgia.
UF Health Jacksonville at a glance (Fiscal Year 2018)