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Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, FL, Ranks in 5 Specialties among U.S. News & World Report’s 2013-14 Best Children’s Hospitals
Date:6/11/2013

op 50 children’s hospitals in the country for the fourth year in a row,” says Wolfson Children’s Hospital President Michael D. Aubin. “We are proud of the efforts of our medical faculty, nurses, and all of our staff for their commitment to outstanding children’s health care, which has led once again to this recognition. U.S. News rankings assure parents that their children can get the same comprehensive, quality pediatric health care here in Northeast Florida that is available at other nationally known top children’s hospitals across the nation.”

David J. Bailey, MD, MBA, president and CEO of Nemours, says: “Nemours has made a promise to do whatever it takes to help children grow up healthy and reach their full potential. Working with outstanding partners like Wolfson Children’s Hospital, delivering on that promise means having the expertise and capabilities to prevent and treat even the most disabling childhood conditions, and doing it at the highest level, every time. We are committed to being among the best in the nation in providing pediatric and specialty care to our children and families. The specialty rankings from U.S. News & World Report recognize deep expertise in caring for children with serious problems – and places Nemours among the best in the nation.”

Mark Hudak, MD, chairman of the Department of Pediatrics for the University of Florida College of Medicine—Jacksonville, says: “The University of Florida has always strived to provide the very best care to the children and families of Northeast Florida and beyond. For years, we have believed that the quality of care and the depth of medical expertise that children can access in our community is on a par with some of the best pediatric centers in the country. Over the years, a strong collaboration among the Wolfson Children's Hospital, Nemours Children's Clinic, and University of Florida organizations has catalyzed significant growth and advances in pediatric programs. In pra
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