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Paramedic continued to save lives even after losing his own

Christopher “Bek” Gardner, 43 was always a caretaker. It started at a young age when he took on the role of “man of the house,” vigilantly watching over his little […]

TraumaOne North helicopter

Are Level I and Level II trauma centers that different?

When accidents happen and severe injuries occur, one hospital stands above all others in providing comprehensive, lifesaving care. That’s UF Health Jacksonville, home to TraumaOne, the only adult and pediatric Level I […]

Robert and Claudia Ayer celebrating New Year

Steered to safety

What was supposed to be a short drive to work June 24, 2016, became a medical emergency for Robert Ayer. The 53-year-old Air Force veteran was driving on Interstate 295 […]

UF Health TraumaOne and EMS providers honored as heroes

UF Health officials were presented with a plaque from Perry Blackburn, who thanked them for helping save the life of his sister, Gina Blackburn.

Trauma patient credits UF Health Jacksonville for his survival

Brian Lynn underwent several surgeries and weeks of treatment after a traumatic brain injury.

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UF Health Jacksonville research to improve recovery from post-traumatic stress

Dec 5th, 2017

Researchers from UF Health Jacksonville and the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville are taking part in a first-of-its-kind national initiative to improve the understanding, prevention and recovery of soldiers and civilians […]

Leon L. Haley Jr., MD, dean of the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville, instructs a participant on proper tourniquet use.

TraumaOne initiative teaches bleeding control to the public

Apr 11th, 2017

Aurora. Newtown. San Bernardino. Orlando. Fort Lauderdale. Active shooter situations are becoming increasingly common and getting closer to home. TraumaOne at UF Health Jacksonville is part of an initiative called Stop the […]

Family Health and Injury Prevention Day

Feb 22nd, 2017

Come join TraumaOne and Flagler Hospital for an exciting afternoon filled with great events for the whole family. Come see demonstrations on safety education, our TraumaOne helicopter, fire truck displays, […]

Road to recovery began at UF Health Jacksonville

Dec 9th, 2016

Brandon Badgett had multiple fractures and a brain injury requiring four surgeries in four days.

UF Health TraumaOne

When UF Health TraumaOne began in 1983, it was the first trauma program in the state of Florida. Today, it is still the only adult and pediatric Level I trauma program in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.