University of Florida Health Jacksonville is a private, not-for-profit hospital affiliated with the University of Florida Health Science Center campuses in Jacksonville and Gainesville . Combining our strengths with the UF College of Medicine–Jacksonville , we offer residents in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia all the benefits of an academic health center. The hospital is made up of more than 3,300 employees, all supporting the hospital's mission to heal, comfort and educate in an environment where exemplary medical care is complemented by outstanding service.
Together with our University of Florida colleagues and affiliates, UF Health Jacksonville provides a wide range of health care services across the continuum of care on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Backed by a team of more than 400 faculty physicians, we offer nearly 100 specialty services, including:
As an academic health center, we're on the leading edge of the latest treatments and technologies. And our participation in clinical trials brings the latest research advances to the clinical setting, pioneering medical advances today to benefit patients tomorrow. Our knowledge and expertise are unmatched—the UF faculty physicians who practice here teach and train other physicians in the latest medical practices.
At UF Health Jacksonville, any physician can arrange for your treatment and our staff will work closely with your doctor's office to facilitate your admission.
Our staff in the Admissions Office will call you prior to the day of admission to verify information. Your physician or the operating room staff will notify you of the time to arrive.
If you need financial assistance, you may be asked to provide employer information, proof of residency in Duval County, income statements and/or credit references. When you arrive, you will be asked to present your insurance cards and sign necessary paperwork.
The Admissions Office is open Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. and may be reached at 904-244-7192 .
Memorial Hospital is a 418-bed acute care hospital offering a full line of services. We feature an accredited Chest Pain Center, certified Stroke Center, dedicated Heart Center, a state-of-the-art Spine Clinic, and Memorial's maternity center, Special Beginnings.
Welcome to Memorial Hospital. Founded in 1969 by a group of physicians and community leaders, Memorial has built a strong tradition of providing quality healthcare to Northeast Florida for over 40 years.
Today, Memorial Hospital has emerged as a state-of-the-art 418-bed, full service, acute care medical facility. For the second year in a row Memorial has been named a U.S. News & World Report best hospital and our patient safety scores, ranked by independent organizations, are some of the best in the area.
Memorial Hospital is the first hospital in the United States to receive the Joint Commission's Disease Specific Certification for Sepsis, meaning we are taking the lead in preventing and treating a medical condition that kills more people each year than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. Memorial also received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines ® Stroke Gold Plus Performance Achievement Award for the third year in a row. The award recognizes Memorial's commitment and success in implementing excellent care for stroke patients, according to evidence-based guidelines.
Other distinctions include the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for Primary Stroke Centers, which recognizes centers that make exceptional efforts to foster better outcomes in stroke care. Our Bariatric Center is an American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence designation. Memorial's Breast Center is the first American College of Radiology (ACR) Breast Imaging Center of Excellence in Jacksonville, and we earned full accreditation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC).
Fully accredited by the Joint Commission of Accreditation (JCA), Memorial Hospital is known as a leader in innovative healthcare with a reputation maintained through our excellent staff, along with technological advances, growth and expansion to meet the ongoing needs of our community. Memorial has a team of more than 800 physicians and a diverse and highly skilled work force of more than 1,800 employees, whose mission is to provide the community with the highest quality of healthcare.
Whether it's the giant crayons framing the main entrance, the playful murals or the brightly colored boats and wagons that carry children through the hospital, it's evident from the moment you set foot inside Wolfson Children's Hospital that we are focused on the unique needs of children. At the region's only children's hospital, skilled pediatric specialists, advanced technology and evidence-based practices help children overcome illnesses like serious heart conditions, brain tumors and diabetes.
Thousands of stories unfold in our presence daily, revealing the challenges and triumphs of the human spirit. We feel privileged to support the lives of so many individuals in this community and we are working every day to make the experience of receiving our care is as easy as possible, as individual as you are, and faster at getting you back to your life.
Last winter, Lydia took Cole to Orange Park Pediatrics after the baby couldn't shake fevers related to a respiratory illness. Right there in the exam room, Cole began having seizures.
Bronson's supporters will join thousands of runners, some Wolfson Children's Hospital physicians, team members and volunteers, at this Saturday's Wolfson Children's Challenge. This year, he'll lead two Brave Like Bronson relay teams.
Derrick Schachte was born with four heart defects that endangered his life, and required several open-heart surgeries to repair. He was one of the most complex cases pediatric cardiovascular surgeons at the Terry Heart Center at Wolfson Children's Hospital had seen, but today he is thriving as he nears his fourth birthday.
It was just a typical day by the pool for eight-year-old Ethan Brockman and his family around Memorial Day 2014, when a family friend picked up on some subtle changes in him including weight loss and sluggish behavior. His mother Ashley had confided that Ethan was drinking and going to the bathroom more.
Five-month-old babies Carter and Conner Mirabal underwent a groundbreaking separation surgery. The twins are recovering in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Wolfson Children's Hospital.
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