University of Florida Health Continues Expansion into Northeast Florida

UF Health North nearly doubled the size of its campus with the opening of its new 168,000-square-foot bed tower last May. The latest addition to the North Jacksonville medical campus on Max Leggett Parkway, just a few miles from Jacksonville International Airport, is the 92-bed hospital with all-private patient rooms on four floors of the fivestory building.


Momentum Builds in Health Care and Life Sciences

“We chose to build in Jacksonville for its strong economic and population growth, transportation network and UF Health’s large presence in the market,” says Stuart Klein, executive director of the institute.

Visual Disruption: How Education And Healthcare Are Being Transformed Via Video Conferencing

As detailed in the now available Forbes Insights report, “The Connected Culture: Unleashing the Power of Video in Everyday Collaboration,” almost wherever applied, video conferencing delivers enormous business benefits. Companies taking an enterprise-wide approach to the technology are reporting significant improvements in everything from team performance and employee engagement to stronger relationships with external stakeholders, including customers, suppliers and partners.

Engineering Solutions for the Future of Modern Medicine

Engineering principles have long been applied to medical challenges – from hip replacements to genetic engineering. Now the work of biomedical engineers is more important than ever.