Our pediatric hospitalists are dedicated to providing the safest and best possible care to patients by serving as physician leaders in the hospital, educators for the pediatric residency training program and College of Medicine students, and researchers in the academic setting.

Patient and Family Care

In addition to providing medical care, a hospitalist’s job is to communicate and coordinate with each patient’s family, primary care provider and other specialists involved in patient care. Hospitalists help maintain continuity of care between hospital and outpatient settings.

Christy Givens, R.N. and Dr. Michele Lossius check in on Esther Jaffee in the Shands at the University of Florida pediatric unit.

UF Pediatric News

Patient Safety Escape Room

The Pediatric Hospital Medicine team participated in the 2020 Patient Safety and Quality Week escape room activity to test and showcase their teamwork skills!

Dr. Freddie Guyer,  Dr. Thao Vu,  Dr. Eric Nelson, Christy Snively, APRN

Baby Formula Shortage: NCFL Doctor answers FAQ’s

The Research Roundtable

Florida Department of Health’s guidance would, if followed, harm transgender youth

Florida doctor says gender-affirming care works in kids who need it, and can even save lives