Vote for UF Health Urology, the #1 Academic Urology Program in Florida, in the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals Expert Opinion Survey



Dear Fellow Urologists,

I am writing to you today to ask for your support in voting for UF Health Shands Hospital’s urology program in the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals Expert Opinion survey. As the chair of the urology department at UF Health, I can attest to our exceptional fellowship-trained faculty and the care and expertise that our team provides to our patients. Additionally, our institution has a distinguished history as a destination for groundbreaking research and innovation.

This past year UF Health Urology:

  • Remained a top-ranked national program based on U.S. News and World Report and consistently the highest-ranked academic urology program in the state of Florida.
  • Held key leadership roles in local, regional, national and international urology societies including the AUA, ABU, Endourological Society, SMSNA, SES-AUA and FUS. Click here to learn more. 
  • Continued to recruit world-class faculty who have helped to expand our full-service clinical offerings including, HoLEP, advanced prostate imaging and focal therapy, male infertility, pediatric and female urology.
  • Continued to broaden our industry and investigator-led clinical trials research, especially in bladder cancer including BCG-refractory disease
  • Dedicated more resources to our researchers and labs who are working on a new and promising bladder cancer target for future immunotherapy strategies.
  • Continued to grow our AI research initiatives across UF Health. With UF now housing one of the fastest supercomputers in academia called HiperGator, we are capitalizing on the use of AI to help predict the histology of small renal masses.

Furthermore, UF Health Urology is committed to providing comprehensive and personalized care to our patients through six unique multidisciplinary care teams. We believe that each patient is unique, and we take the time to understand their individual needs and goals in order to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to their specific situation.

All voting for hospital specialty rankings will be conducted via Doximity. We kindly ask you to take a moment to make sure you are registered on Doximity as that is the only way to vote this year (no more paper ballots). Check Doximity to confirm your license and board certification information is current as those are critical in determining your voting eligibility with U.S. News & World Report. 

Doximity members will be surveyed electronically from mid-February and into March. Users should receive emails inviting completion of the survey, or you may login to your Doximity profile and click the voting option at the top right corner of the homepage.

Sincerely,

Li-Ming Su, M.D., F.R.C.S.(Glasg)
David A. Cofrin Endowed Chair of Urologic Oncology
Chair, Department of Urology
UF Health Shands Hospital


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You can vote for UF Health Urology by typing any of the following names: 

  • UF Health
  • UF Health Shands
  • UF Health Shands Hospital
  • University of Florida
  • University of Florida Health
  • University of Florida Health Shands Hospital

Your support would be greatly appreciated, and it would help to showcase the exceptional care and expertise that our team provides to our patients. Less than five minutes of your time to take this survey can contribute critical impact to our healthcare reputation. 

Vote for UF Health Urology in Doximity!


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