Our UF Health TraumaOne injury prevention and trauma education coordinator, Rebecca Melvin, demonstrates how quickly a car can heat up in the Florida summer weather and the dangers of leaving your child in a hot car.
Chris Hemmen was the patient honoree at the 2019 A Night for Heroes gala, an annual event that benefits UF Health TraumaOne, the region’s only adult and pediatric Level I trauma center.
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. Staffed by University of Florida faculty trauma surgeons and emergency medicine physicians, as…
Our UF Health TraumaOne injury prevention and trauma education coordinator, Rebecca Melvin, illustrates the dangers of leaving children in a parked car, and offers solutions for avoiding these preventable tragedies.
Emergency and trauma services at UF Health Jacksonville require the coordinated efforts of a highly specialized team of emergency medicine physicians, trauma surgeons, resident and fellow physicians, advanced nurses and technicians, and other providers trained in providing rapid, lifesaving care.
An update on 2017 A Night for Heroes honoree Brian Lynn, who was flown to the UF Health TraumaOne trauma center after suffering a epidural hematoma.