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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.
New family medicine practice opens at UF Health North

New family medicine practice opens at UF Health North

Published: August 10, 2018


UF Health will be opening a new family medicine practice at UF Health North on Tuesday, Aug. 14. UF Health Family Medicine – North will accept patients from infants to senior adults. Services offered will include acute care, chronic disease management, minor procedures and well-child visits.
New law limits pain prescriptions

New law limits pain prescriptions

Published: August 03, 2018


Opioid prescriptions for acute pain are now limited to three- or seven-day supplies in Florida. Pain is one of the top reasons people visit their health care providers, but how these providers treat pain in Florida has changed. On July 1, new restrictions were placed on prescription painkillers in an effort to save the 16 Floridians who die every day from opioid drug overdoses, according to state officials.
Building Healthy Communities in Your Backyard

Building Healthy Communities in Your Backyard

Published: August 01, 2018


UF Health primary care locations have nearly doubled since 2011 to better serve you. The number of UF Health family medicine practices in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia will have grown from 18 offices in 2011 to more than 30 by the end of 2018. The rapid increase is the result of building expansions, new construction and acquiring existing spaces in strategic locations.
Supervising swimmers to save lives

Supervising swimmers to save lives

Published: July 05, 2018


UF Health TraumaOne teaches families how to keep swimmers safe through the Water Watchers program. Three children drown every day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most of these incidents happen in commercial and residential swimming pools, and may have been prevented if the child had proper supervision.

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New health care facility being built in Wildlight community

News4Jax (WJXT) - Published: August 15, 2018

New health care facility being built in Wildlight community

News4Jax (WJXT) - Published: August 15, 2018