Why us?

Because we will make your life better. With the Doctors of USF Health, you have more than 900 highly specialized health care professionals behind you, fighting for your health. As part of an academic medical center, we can give you the most current medicine, treatment and cure available, an advantage few other physician groups can offer. How big of a difference is that? Let us show you.

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Learn more about support groups, events and conferences available to the community. Our support groups are helpful to patients suffering from illnesses. We also offer services for family members and caregivers.

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USF Health provides cutting-edge medicine in a variety of therapeutic areas. Find clinical trials that may be appropriate for your specific diagnosis, symptoms and treatment history.

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Patient Forms

Download patient forms you need to fill out in advance of your appointment.

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Career Opportunities

Looking for a career in health care? Doctors of USF Health is a great place to work! View our current job openings.

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MyChart is USF Health's patient portal. If you are an existing patient you can make some of your Doctor’s appointments and view your Health records from USF Health with the new MyChart web and mobile applications. More features are being added often. Ask for an invite at your next USF Health visit.

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USF Health News Stories

The University of South Florida-led study is another step toward more effective treatments for a population disproportionately affected by this chronic cardiovascular disease TAMPA, Fla. (March 7, 2018) — Heart failure is more common, develops earlier and results in higher rates of illness and … [read more]
Dental community needs more training to strengthen HPV prevention efforts, USF study concludes TAMPA, Fla. (Jan. 10, 2018) — The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted disease. While vaccines are helping stop its spread, HPV is still the cause of 72 percent of orop … [read more]
10-year study led by USF’s Jerri Edwards concludes computerized brain training program reduces risk of dementia 29 percent TAMPA, Fla. (Nov. 16, 2017) — Computerized brain training is now the first intervention of any kind to reduce the risk of dementia among older adults. The breakthrou … [read more]