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News from UF Health Urology  |  UroGators Update

MARCH 2019

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Ranked as the #24 urology program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report

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The 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals and Best Children’s Hospitals reputation surveys are out NOW!  Board-certified physicians in the 16 adult and 10 pediatric ranked specialty areas who claimed their Doximity profile, are eligible to take the surveys. Some non-Doximity users may receive a paper survey in the mail.

UF Health Urology places a high value on this recognition, which informs patients, our community and our physician partnerships of the commitment and excellence provided in urologic care by our team of physicians and providers.  In keeping with UF Health’s overarching missions, we remain committed to our primary focus of providing outstanding patient-centered care, conducting innovative research, and training tomorrow’s leaders. 

Doximity non-members will be surveyed between January and March.
(You will receive a paper survey to complete and return via fax or mail)

Doximity members will be surveyed in late February and March. 

(Doximity members vote online)


If you feel UF Health Shands Hospital and UF Health Urology is one of the nation’s top hospitals for providing care to adult and/or pediatric urology patients who have challenging urologic conditions, please cast your vote.

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Multidisciplinary Teamwork Has Numerous Benefits for Patients with Urologic Cancers

Care coordination and centralized recordkeeping at UF Health Urology’s multidisciplinary urologic cancer clinic provides multiple advantages to patients with prostate, bladder, kidney, penile or testicular cancer.

Learn more here.

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UF Health MedEd Cast: Robotic Urologic Surgery Program

Li-Ming Su, MD, discusses how the advancements and rapid adoption of robotic surgery at UF Health Shands Hospital are changing the landscape of urologic surgeries in an episode of our CME-accredited podcast, UF Health MedEd Cast. Listen now and earn .25 hours of CME credit.

 

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Dual-Specialty Approach at UF Health Reduces Risk of Kidney Stone Recurrence

The personalized, dual-specialty approach at the UF Health Urology kidney stone clinic addresses the many dietary, health and lifestyle issues that can cause recurrent kidney stones.

Learn more here.

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University of Florida Health MedMatters shares the latest research advancements and clinical achievements at UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida.

For a complete listing of available news stories, visit UFHealth.org/medmatters. Here, you will also find a list of available MedEd Cast podcast episodes that help you earn CME credits while hearing about clinical issues and research advances from UF Health Shands Hospital physicians.

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UF UROLOGY NEWS

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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The UF Department of Urology is unique in that our physicians and researchers are leaders in all key treatment areas and their ongoing research programs push the boundaries of medical progress.

If you would like to be part of a family and a close knit community of multidisciplinary doctors, please click below for more information about our open positions.

UF Health Fellowship-Trained Endourologist and Minimally Invasive Surgeon

UF Health Fellowship-Trained Male Infertility/Men’s Health Specialist

UF Health General Urologist

UF Health Fellowship-Trained Pediatric Urologist

North Florida/South Georgia Malcom Randall Veterans Affairs Medical Center Urologic Oncologist

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 University of Florida Department of Urology

1600 SW Archer Road  |  PO Box 100247  |  Gainesville, FL  32610
Phone:  352.273.8236  |  Fax:  352.273.7515

Email:  Ronda.Patton@urology.ufl.edu  |  Website:  www.urology.ufl.edu

Facebook:  University of Florida Department of Urology UroGators Alumni Society

Twitter:  @UF_Urology

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