The George T. Harrell, M.D., Medical Education Building, which opened its doors July 29, 2015, serves as the new home for medical and physician assistant students at UF.
Snapshots from the building opening
- The University of Florida debuts state-of-the-art medical education building
- H. James Free, M.D. ’60, reflects on his medical school experience and why he and his wife chose to support the Harrell Medical Education Building
- Steven M. Scott, M.D., chairman of the UF Board of Trustees, discusses why he and his wife, Rebecca, decided to support the UF’s new medical education building
- Alan Porter, M.D. ’71, shares why he and his wife, Claudia, chose to support the Harrell Medical Education Building
- Angelo Anaclerio, M.D. ’62, discusses how he thinks the Harrell Medical Education Building’s learning and assessment center will impact students
- Randolph B. Mahoney, MPAS ’01, reflects on why he chose to support the new building
- Lou and Rosemary Oberndorf discuss why they chose to support the Harrell Medical Education Building and how they think the experiential learning theater will impact UF medical education
- Timothy M. Goldfarb, former CEO and current executive vice president for regional and governmental affairs for UF Health Shands, discusses why the UF Health Shands board chose to support the Harrell Medical Education Building
- University of Florida alumnus Joe Rush, M.D., reflects on why he decided to support UF’s new medical education facility.