Cancer and Genetics Research Complex
Located on the University of Florida campus, the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex is the base of operations for the UF Health Cancer Center in Gainesville. The center has a membership of more than 140 researchers and clinicians who provide cancer care and conduct research for the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of cancer. The UF Health Cancer Center delivers multidisciplinary cancer care using the most advanced drugs and treatment technologies, many of which are available only through clinical trials.
UF Health Davis Cancer Pavilion at the UF Health Medical Plaza
The UF Health Davis Cancer Pavilion at the UF Health Medical Plaza house several outpatient cancer services such as radiation oncology, adult hematology and oncology, adult outpatient infusion (chemotherapy) and dermatology. Health professionals caring for patients can easily collaborate with scientists exploring cancer at the cellular, molecular and genetics levels, as they are located across the street at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital
Located across the street from UF Health Shands Hospital, this 500,000-square-foot facility houses 192 private inpatient beds for a variety of patients, including those receiving diagnostic and therapeutic oncology services. The UF Health Shands Cancer Hospital also includes a critical care center for emergency- and trauma-related services.
UF Health Springhill
UF Health Springhill is a four-story, 108,000-square-foot multispecialty medical facility serving northwest Gainesville. Its specialties include dermatology as well as women’s health and diagnostic imaging.
Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center
In 2013, UF Health and Orlando Health joined programs to form the Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center, establishing one of the state’s largest, most comprehensive cancer collaborations. This joint venture allows for better-coordinated patient care and expanded research and educational opportunities. The home of the Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center is the state-of-the-art Charles Lewis Pavilion, a 220,000-square-foot structure completed in 2003.
UF Health Proton Therapy Institute
The UF Health Proton Therapy Institute, staffed by UF department of radiation oncology physicians, is the only proton facility located in the state of Florida that has achieved accreditation by the American College of Radiology. Since opening 11 years ago, approximately 6,500 patients have been treated with proton therapy at the institute. The 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.