providing specialized Care

The Division of Pediatric Nephrology at the University of Florida provides specialized services to infants, children, adolescents and young adults with congenital and acquired kidney diseases.


Fellowship Program

The goal of our renal resident program is to develop, during a three year period, academic pediatric nephrologists committed to the care of infants, children and adolescents and young adults with all types of renal disease, including those with acute and chronic renal failure, as well as those requiring dialysis and transplantation.

A student in the College of Nursing's online Nurse Practioner program completes her clinical studies at Gainesville's Eastside Clinic.

UF Pediatric News

Coronavirus Disease 2019 and Children

What Pediatric Health Care Clinicians Need to Know.  

ROBert explains the corona virus to children

The whole world is talking about the corona virus. Daycares and schools have closed, and children are asking a lot of questions. This movie uses PLAYMOBIL to help explain in…

Telemedicine and COVID-19

Accessing quality medical care can be a challenging during a time of crisis. Our UF Health physicians are here to explain how you can receive long distance medical treatment via…

Pregnancy and COVID-19

Pregnancy can be a difficult time during a global pandemic. Our UF Health physicians are here to discuss your concerns about COVID-19 and pregnancy. If you have a question that…