Through letter-writing, lobbying, donations and volunteerism, the Central Florida community helped create the UCF College of Medicine, making it the "medical school that belongs to us all."
UCF’s Health Sciences Campus is the academic center of the emerging medical city at Lake Nona, a global health care destination that is changing the economic foundation of Orlando and beyond.
UCF College of Medicine M.D. students received a national award from the American Medical Student Association in Washington, D.C in recognition of their community service and inspirational leadership as future healthcare leaders.
The UCF College of Medicine’s Regional Extension Center (REC) is working with health care providers across Central Florida to help them select, develop and effectively use electronic health records to improve patient care.
The College of Medicine’s Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences focuses its research on diseases plaguing humanity: cancer, cardiovascular, neurodegenerative and infectious disease. This cutting-edge medical research spans the entire spectrum from laboratory bench to bedside.
UCF Pegasus Health is an outpatient medical facility where College of Medicine physicians practice medicine. Here, physicians take the college’s dedication to excellence from the classroom to the clinic in a new state-of-the-art community practice.
The college’s Global Health initiative and MedPACT (Medical Students Providing Across Continents) combine the study of global health issues with participation in international medical experiences to provide service learning opportunities for students and faculty.