This Saturday, December 12th, marks International Universal Health Care Day. Universal health coverage (UHC) ensures all people, everywhere, can get the quality health services they need without financial hardship. Every December 12th, advocates worldwide mobilize on UHC Day to call for strong, equitable health systems that leave no one behind: Health for All. UF HealthStreet can help you learn about healthcare resources available to you and your family. Call us (352) 294-4880 or visit for more information. 


Even during COVID-19, HealthStreet continues to serve you with our dedicated Community Health Workers (CHWs). This week our team will be at the following locations:

+Union Street Farmers Market

+Gainesville Community Ministry

Every week, CHWs are at locations around the city to give FREE health resources, like Deterraand NARCAN® Nasal Spray, help you know which research studies you may be eligible for and sign you up to be a HealthStreet member.



The deadline to sign up for health insurance is quickly approaching. Need assistance navigating the marketplace and learn which health insurance is best for you? Covering Florida can help. Call 386-230-9400 to complete your application or schedule an appointment at

La fecha límite para contratar un seguro médico se acerca rápidamente ¿Necesita ayuda para navegar por el mercado y saber qué seguro médico es mejor para usted? Covering Florida puede ayudar. Llámenos hoy a 386-230-9400 para completer su solicitud o programe una cita en


Interested in participating in research?

Here are a few studies that you can participate in now:

+The Brain and Spinal Cord Interaction in the Sensory and Motor Systems Study is examining the spinal cord in people who have had a stroke versus healthy people of younger and older ages. Eligible participants must be 18 years of age, experience at least 1 unilateral stroke, and willing to participate in an MRI. 

+Putting Families First Program is a working opportunity for 4 health professional students who will develop a health plan specifically for you and your family. Information on health related topics, wellness plans, and finding community resources will be provided. Anyone living in Alachua County or surrounding counties is eligible for the program. 

If you are interested in hearing about these or other studies, contact our Study Navigator, Sara, at 352-294-4873.

Do you or someone you know have cancer? We'd love to talk about opportunities to participate in research. Please share this link to become a member and learn about cancer screenings.

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