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Trauma and Tattoos: Tampa Bay-area man survives devastating motorcycle wreck

Published: Jul 6th, 2017

Kevin Moore’s colorful tattoos serve as a reminder of his motorcycle accident and the care team at University of Florida Health who saved his life.

UF Health surgeons save motorcycle crash victim

Published: Aug 23rd, 2016

The sound of the ShandsCair helicopter is something Kevin Moore will never forget.

Defying the odds, motorcycle accident survivor returns to the life he loves

Published: Aug 13th, 2013

Michael Gracy’s life nearly ended one Friday afternoon in November 2010. Then 68, Gracy had just left work at his Gainesville office of the financial services company for which he […]

Ready for anything

Published: Mar 18th, 2013

The Level I trauma centers at Shands at UF and Shands Jacksonville are always prepared to treat the most severe injuries, thanks to multidisciplinary teams of employees that keep the […]

Helping hands at UF&Shands save youngster’s right hand

Helping hands at UF&Shands save youngster’s right hand

Published: Sep 18th, 2012

Winston T. Richards, M.D., an acute care surgeon at UF&Shands, the University of Florida Academic Health Center, treated 4-year-old Benjamin Bileca after a horrific accident stripped the skin from the […]

Breathing Free Again

Breathing Free Again

Published: Jan 13th, 2012

It was a week of firsts for 8-year-old Brian Stanzione — first plane ride, first stay in a hotel and first visit to Florida. But Brian was not flying from […]