UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital is committed to providing high-quality, compassionate, leading-edge care for children and families. As a leader in care, UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital is honored to be recognized as a nationally ranked hospital in four pediatric specialties: diabetes & endocrinology (10th), pulmonology & lung surgery (24th), cardiology & heart surgery (26th) and neonatology (35th).
Whether you’re looking for a primary care physician or a pediatric specialist, we can help you find the right person. To help you find the right person, you can search by a medical condition, specialty, or by physician’s last name.
The UF Pediatrics Access Center provides patients and their families with information about appointments, referrals, clinical services, and clinic locations.
UF Health offers Pediatrics After Hours and Pediatric ER services and locations.
UF Health Pediatrics and UF Health Family Medicine are pleased to offer students and their families telehealth visits while children are in school. Primary and Specialty Care Telehealth visits are also provided.
The Department of Pediatrics is affiliated with UF Health offering pediatric services at multiple sites in North Central Florida.
The University of Florida Department of Pediatrics hosts several centers of excellence, which are multidisciplinary clinical care centers that provide expert treatment for common, as well as rare conditions.
Your health is important to you 24 hours a day, not just during clinic hours. The University of Florida Health offers MyUFHealth to encourage you to take an even greater role in your health care. You will need a personal email address to enroll in MyUFHealth.
The Pediatrics Department has generated a list of resouces in and arounds the Gainesville community
The UF Health Access Center provides patients and their families with information about appointments, referrals, clinical services, and clinic locations.
The University of Florida researchers conduct many different types of clinical research studies, including clinical trials.
Pediatric Patient Stories
As a young teenager, Savannah was an accomplished student-athlete who played on her high school’s girls golf team. She had been practicing with the…
Almost 34 weeks into her pregnancy, Megan’s water broke. Panicked, knowing that she was about to deliver early, she was rushed to the hospital.
Kelly Shad Guillou and her daughter, Clementine, were at UF Health for a check-up with Jennifer L. Miller, M.D., a professor in the University…