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  • UF Health, the University of Florida’s academic health center is the country’s only academic health center with six health-related colleges located on a single, contiguous campus. The colleges, major research centers and institutes and clinical enterprise focus on building collaborative specialized clinical services centered on quality and innovation. The vision as a preeminent academic health center is to optimize our collective expertise to improve patient care, education, discovery and the health of the community. The success is predicated on research-based, multidisciplinary, cross-college programs. The colleges teach the full continuum of higher education from undergraduates to professional students to advanced post-doctoral students.

    The academic health center is also a world leader in interdisciplinary research, generating 52 percent of UF’s total research awards. Seven major health-related research centers and institutes are designed to create synergies and collaborative research opportunities. Research activities reflect a depth of purpose by focusing on the translational nature of biomedical research, following the continuum from fundamental research to clinical research to patient care.

    The Office of the Senior Vice President for Health Affairs and President of UF Health includes several administrative units that provide leadership and support to all the health colleges, centers and institutes. Among these are Academic and Administrative Affairs, UF Health Communications, Finance and Planning, Libraries, Information Services & Technology and the Student Health Care Center. The academic health center includes two primary campuses in Gainesville and Jacksonville as well as numerous educational, clinical and research affiliates across the state.