Excellence in Critical Care Research, Education and Patient Care

Our group of expert pediatric medical and surgical subspecialists work closely together to care for all those in our Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. We pride ourselves on our multidisciplinary team approach to care for the sickest children and their families.

COVID-19 Updates

As we continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, providing exceptional and safe care to our patients remains our No. 1 priority. Our faculty and hospital leadership continue to monitor and assess the current COVID-19 situation, and our action plan evolves daily.

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Education

PICU Mobile App

The PICU Essentials app was designed as a practical handbook for rotating residents, advanced practice providers and fellows.

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Fellowship Program

The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) Fellowship program at the University of Florida/Shands Children’s Hospital is fully accredited by the American Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) as a pediatric subspecialty.

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Research

PediAtric Critical Care Medicine Interdisciplinary Student InvestiGATORs

UF PACISI

This Undergraduate and Graduate Research Internship Program provides enrolled students at UF the training and opportunity to participate in clinical research at a level one trauma center and tertiary care PICU.

UF PACISI

UF Pediatric News

Baby Formula Shortage: NCFL Doctor answers FAQ’s

Dr. Rachel Coleman is using her experience to answer commonly asked questions.

The Research Roundtable

Lindsay A. Thompson, M.D., a professor of pediatrics and the medical director of the Pediatric Research Hub, shares how she and her research team work to create a culture in…

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

We write as a group of more than 300 Florida health care professionals who care for transgender and gender diverse youth. We have one common goal: to provide the best…

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

WMFE’s Danielle Prieur spoke with the University of Florida’s Dr. Mike Haller who works with transgender and gender-nonconforming pediatric patients about the recommendations.