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UF Health Davis Cancer Pavilion and UF Health Medical Plaza

2000 SW Archer Road, Gainesville FL 32608
(352) 265-0111

The UF Health Davis Cancer Pavilion and UF Health Medical Plaza house several outpatient cancer facilities such as Radiation Oncology, Adult Hematology and Oncology, Adult Outpatient Infusion (chemotherapy) Center and the Skin Cancer Center.

Located across the street from the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex, scientists exploring cancer at the cellular, molecular and genetic levels can easily collaborate with health professionals caring for patients. Bringing cancer and genetic scientists into close proximity with clinical cancer specialists at the Davis Cancer Pavilion is one of the important features of cancer treatment and research at UF.


Proton Therapy Institute

2015 North Jefferson Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206
(904) 588-1800

The University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute located at UF Health Jacksonville is a 98,000-square-foot facility providing conventional radiation cancer treatment and proton therapy. Currently, UF Proton Therapy Institute is one of only several proton therapy facilities operating in the nation, and the only proton therapy facility in the Southeast. UF Proton Therapy Institute includes clinics for the pre- and post-therapy and on-treatment evaluation of cancer patients, planning suites, an infusion and anesthesia suite, psychosocial services, a research office and faculty offices. At capacity, the facility can treat up to 150 patients


UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital

1515 SW Archer Road, Gainesville, FL 32608

Located across the street from UF Health Shands Hospital, this new 500,000-square-foot facility houses 192 private inpatient beds for a variety of patients, including those receiving diagnostic and therapeutic oncology services. It also includes a Critical Care Center for emergency- and trauma-related services.

The Cancer Hospital Complex is designed to be a welcoming, family friendly place. It features the healing Garden of Hope, the Criser Cancer Patient Resource Center, training rooms, and a conference center with public space for community health fairs, screenings and educational workshops on health issues such as cancer prevention and treatment.


UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital

1600 SW Archer Road, Gainesville, FL 32608
(352) 265-KIDS (5437)

UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital is dedicated to pediatric services and is located within UF Health Shands Hospital. The pediatric program at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital is the second largest in the state of Florida both in number of admissions and patient days. UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital currently offers all the clinical services delivered at any children’s health center in the nation from basic primary care to highly specialized procedures such as transplantation.


UF Health Shands Hospital

1600 SW Archer Road, Gainesville, FL 32608
(352) 265-0111

UF Health Shands Hospital is a private, not-for-profit hospital that specializes in tertiary care for critically ill patients. UF Health Shands Hospital is one of the most comprehensive hospitals and one of the leading referral medical centers in the southeast. It continually receives recognition as one of the best hospitals in the nation by U.S. News and World Report because of its dedication to patient care, education and research.


Cancer and Genetics Research Complex

2033 Mowry Road, Gainesville, FL 32611
(352) 273-8010

Recruiting nationally acclaimed basic research and clinical translational scientists and having state of the art laboratory space is pivotal in reaching the critical mass and achieving the momentum necessary to move the research and clinical fronts forward in the “war on cancer.”

To that end, a new 280,000 gross square feet Cancer and Genetics Research Complex opened June 2006, which houses top UF researchers in cancer and genetics, side by side. This $85 million Gainesville facility consolidates much of the university’s cancer and genetics research under one roof in the largest research building on campus.