UF Health Leadership

UF Health is a vital resource for Florida, the Southeast and beyond. Health care experts from throughout our hospitals and clinical programs, academic colleges and research centers and institutes collaborate to move medicine forward with a shared vision and strategic plan called “The Power of Together.”

Our faculty and staff provide high-quality, safe and efficient health care services to patients with a focus on excellent clinical outcomes; stimulating educational programs and opportunities for students, residents and fellows; and innovative scientific research that fosters new discoveries.

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University of Florida Health is the university's academic health center. The UF Health headquarters is located in Gainesville, on UF's main campus, with programs throughout Gainesville and North Central Florida. Our other academic campus is located in Jacksonville.

Board of Directors for UF Health Shands Hospital — Gainesville

UF Health Shands refers to Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics Inc., a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation affiliated with UF. The Gainesville-based hospital system has a total of 1,162 licensed beds. It is staffed by 1,052 UF College of Medicine faculty physicians; 798 medical residents and fellows; and 10,324 UF Health Shands employees. At a glance:

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Board of Directors for UF Health Jacksonville

UF Health Jacksonville is the academic health center’s Jacksonville location, with a total of 695 licensed beds. UF Health Jacksonville is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation affiliated with UF. It is staffed by 437 UF College of Medicine faculty physicians and 384 residents and fellows, in addition to 3,940 UF Health Jacksonville employees and 1,550 UF Jacksonville Physicians Inc. employees. UF Health Jacksonville’s downtown campus includes 603 licensed beds, a Level I trauma center, E.R. and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit. Its newest campus, UF Health North, houses 92 licensed beds and a medical complex with an E.R., outpatient surgery, imaging services, a birth center and physician offices.

It operates under a statutorily defined governance structure in which the UF senior vice president for health affairs as the UF president’s designee chairs the independent board and appoints most of the UF Health Jacksonville board members. The College of Medicine – Jacksonville dean, who also serves as CEO of UF Health Jacksonville, reports to the UF senior vice president for health affairs.