- Primary Care
- Specialty Care
- Critical Care Medicine
- Developmental Behavior
- Gastroenterology & Hepatology
- Genetics & Metabolism
- Hospital Medicine
- Immunology & Rheumatology
- Infectious Diseases
- Otolaryngology (ENT)
- Transplant (heart and lung)
- After Hours & ER
- Children's Hospital
Telehealth allows us to provide remote pediatric care using secure technology.
Telehealth is a method of providing health care services remotely using technology. Our program allows physicians in one location to care for patients in a different location through live video chat. A secure and convenient online app allows patients to communicate with physicians through a computer, tablet or smart phone.
For more information on getting ready for a telehealth visit and what technology you'll need to start your appointment, visit UF Health's telehealth resource section.
Telehealth expands access to quality patient care in a way that makes it easier for children and families. Telehealth is often more efficient than in-person appointments because it:
- Reduces travel time for patients and physicians.
- Eliminates lodging expenses for patients.
- Improves access for patients.
- Minimizes missed work and school time.
For Referring Physicans
UF Health - Gainesville Resources
- Admissions at UF Health Shands Hospital
- Child-Life Program at UF Health
- Health Encyclopedia
- Clinical Trials