Medical Education Building represents a new era in medical education

Alumni, students, faculty and friends will gather at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 29 at the George T. Harrell, M.D. Medical Education Building to celebrate the facility’s dedication and the beginning of a new era in medical education. The ceremony will also celebrate the generosity of the building’s donors, who include Dr. and Mrs. H. James Free; Dr. and Mrs. Steve Scott; Dr. and Mrs. Angelo Anaclerio; Mr. and Mrs. Lou Oberndorf; Dr. and Mrs. Alan Porter; Dr. Joseph Rush; and UF Health Shands. Coinciding with the class of 2019’s first-year orientation, the dedication ceremony will mark the official move of College of Medicine and School of Physician Assistant Studies students to their new home. Signature spaces in the building include circular learning studios, a technology-rich experiential learning theater and hospital and clinical exam rooms for simulation and standardized patient teaching. Please join us as we launch the next step in our journey toward preeminence in medical education. Visit to view an animated architectural fly-through of the Medical Education Building, groundbreaking videos and more.