Interpreter

Speaking the same language

UF Health medical interpreters assist patients with limited English proficiency in the hospital, sharing approximately 15 to 36 patient assignments each day. They interpret for breathing tests, CT scans, emergency care and pregnancy delivery — wherever patients need a voice.

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Building the research of muscle

The UF Myology Institute is building the research of muscle thanks in part to a $10.76 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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Walking with vigor, love and determination

Trauma patient Mark Taylor continues to improve following lifesaving care at UF Health Jacksonville.

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After the field

Medical school is a new journey for a former student athlete.

Dr. Azra Bihorac, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Medicine, and Surgery, Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Charles Hobson and Matthew Huber.

Keeping kidneys Safe

Kidney injury during surgery linked to long-term risk of cardiovascular disease.