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UF Health Jacksonville breaks ground on second phase of Wildlight project

UF Health Jacksonville breaks ground on second phase of Wildlight project

Published: April 11, 2019


UF Health Jacksonville broke ground today on a joint project with the YMCA within the new community of Wildlight in Nassau County. UF Health Rehabilitation – Wildlight will have 36,000 square feet and include a YMCA fitness center.
Ten years tobacco-free

Ten years tobacco-free

Published: November 27, 2018


Smoking is one of the most significant contributors to serious health problems like heart disease, stroke and cancer, and secondhand smoke has been shown to contribute to the health problems of those around us. More than 32,000 adults die from smoking-related illnesses each year in Florida, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
New technology redefines rehab

New technology redefines rehab

Published: November 26, 2018


They are the movements most of us take for granted: stepping onto a curb, bending over to pick up a dropped pen or standing up to greet a loved one who just got home. For patients recovering from a physical injury or diagnosed with a neurological condition, these actions can seem almost impossible without assistance.
A year of new beginnings, births and babies

A year of new beginnings, births and babies

Published: August 16, 2018


UF Health North’s Labor and Delivery Unit celebrates its first anniversary and first birth. Cameron Theophilus Mayhew has already taken his first steps, loves to laugh and bounces to the beat of any song he hears. He knows how to wave hello and goodbye, and isn’t afraid to shake his head no to let you know when he doesn’t approve.
UF Health breaks ground on first health care facility in Wildlight

UF Health breaks ground on first health care facility in Wildlight

Published: August 15, 2018


UF Health broke ground today on a comprehensive medical office building in Wildlight, a new town under development in Nassau County. This is the first step in a strategic health alliance between UF Health, the University of Florida and Raydient Places + Properties that will bring a new style of healthy living to the region.

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