Facilities Neurology Residency UF Health Jacksonville The 695-licensed-bed UF Health Jacksonville academic medical center operates the only Level I trauma center in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. UF Health Jacksonville's aeromedical transport system, TraumaOne, is also used for patients with acute ischemic strokes. Patients transported by TraumaOne are evaluated for intravenous thrombolysis and/or thrombectomy. Neuroscience Institute Located one block south of the main hospital in UF Health Jacksonville Tower I, the UF Health Neuroscience Institute encompasses four floors and contains the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville departments of neurology and neurosurgery, an eight-bed sleep disorders laboratory, the institute's research office, EEG and EMG services and neurology resident offices. In addition, the neurology department operates a six-bed inpatient epilepsy monitoring unit, an epilepsy surgery program and a deep brain stimulation program. UF Health Shands Hospital With 570 beds, UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville serves as a major referral center for tertiary pediatric cases. The campus is approximately 80 miles from Jacksonville. Free housing opportunities are available to residents rotating at the Gainesville campus. UF McKnight Brain Institute The McKnight Brain Institute is located at the University of Florida's Gainesville campus and is one of the country's largest institutions devoted to basic research focusing on the nervous system. Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital is a 153-bed inpatient facility dedicated to the care of patients with a wide variety of rehabilitation needs.