providing excellence in surgical care

The UF department of surgery provides comprehensive surgical services in a tertiary care setting. Supported by a team of nurses and technicians, UF surgeons average nearly 11,000 operations each year at UF Health Shands facilities in Gainesville, Florida.

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UF Health, and UF researchers and clinicians are working tirelessly to develop new tools and provide timely and accurate resources to assist health care professionals in the fight against COVID-19.

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Diversity and Inclusion

As surgeons, our chosen profession has the power to affect the balance of life and death every day.

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A boot camp for skill

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A new study in the Journal of Surgical Education explores curriculum implementation as a means for success.

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Research Roundup: August 2020

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Congratulations to our team for their efforts this month! Navigate below to read our publications from the month of August.

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Landmark multiorgan surgery at UF Health Shands…

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Allen Korson went from a kidney stone ailment to needing a multiorgan transplant, both lungs and a liver, one of the rarest procedures performed in…

Dr. Thiago Beduschi, MD, and Dr. Tiago Machuca, MD, pose for a portrait outside the Heart, Vascular, and Neuromedicine Hospital where the two completed the first-ever double lung and liver transplant at UF Health.

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Caring for patients at UF Health, the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center, and UF Health’s outpatient surgery centers, UF surgeons are part of a multidisciplinary health-care team who collaborate to offer individualized patient care and the latest therapies. They also train the surgical leaders of tomorrow.

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