H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
Moffitt is Florida's premier cancer center and the only center with an NCI designation. Moffitt has launched outreach programs to encourage cancer prevention for the region, and the center's national research programs explore ways to prevent, cure and treat cancer. USF physicians make up the entire medical staff at the 162-bed center, which was constructed with proceeds from the state cigarette tax. The center has multiple programs in outpatient clinics and centers, plus a 20-bed bone marrow transplant unit.
James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital
This 302-bed hospital, attached to the medical college by a covered walkway, is a "dean's hospital," indicating its role as a teaching center for USF. The hospital opened in 1972, one year after the USF College of Medicine, and is known for its extensive services and a new state-of-the-art Spinal Cord Injury and head trauma units unparalleled among federal hospitals in the nation. A 240-bed nursing home is adjacent to the hospital.