The UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville offers medical residency and fellowship programs for medical students.
UF Health Science Center Jacksonville
The UF Health Science Center Jacksonville is co-located with UF Health Jacksonville. More than 1,500 UF faculty members, residents, fellows, students, administrators and staff work in its three colleges:
UF Health Jacksonville Education Programs
As part of an academic health center, UF Health Jacksonville has a deep and abiding history of commitment to education.
Pharmacy Residency Programs
UF Health Jacksonville offers ASHP-accredited PGY-1 and PGY-2 pharmacy residencies.
School of Radiologic Technology
The UF Health Jacksonville School of Radiologic Technology offers a two-year accredited radiography program. In addition, the school offers a certification program in computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, breast imaging, and vascular interventional radiography.
Rehabilitation Residency & Fellowship Programs
UF Health Jacksonville Rehabilitation Services offers a one-year Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency Program and a one-year Speech-Language Pathology Fellowship Program.
The UF Health Jacksonville School of Medical Laboratory Science offers a one-year program beginning in fall 2022 for selected students who have earned a bachelor’s degree in biological, chemical or clinical laboratory sciences and are looking to further their education. The program certificate furthers careers by providing instruction on blood, tissue and urine analysis in order to detect and diagnose disease.
The University of Florida, UF Health Jacksonville and the Florida Poison Information Center – Jacksonville offer disaster preparedness training for physicians, nurses, first responders and other health care professionals and administrators involved in preparing for and implementing disaster management.
UF Health Jacksonville Surgical Psychology – Jacksonville offers a post-doctoral fellowship in trauma & medical psychology was started in 1998 and provided training and supervision in medical psychology.
The UF Health Jacksonville Administrative Fellowship Program strives to cultivate masters level professionals into well-rounded leaders through focused mentoring, enduring relationships, and meaningful projects that further our organizational mission and match the fellow’s interests.
The UF Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research (CSESaR) offers education through simulation and goal-directed training to promote quality patient care, expand patient safety initiatives and enhance multidisciplinary health care.