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UF Health Pediatrics and Pediatric Specialties are pleased to report that our practices will be increasing in-person visits while continuing, in some cases, to offer telehealth visits. It is important to know that we have implemented a number of measures to safeguard the health of our patients, visitors and caregivers. Please visit for the latest updates and information about safety measures being taken at UF Health.

Please contact your provider to schedule an appointment and they will determine if a telehealth visit is right for you. View our telehealth section for assistance in how to prepare for and connect to a scheduled appointment. We appreciate your trust in our clinical care and look forward to serving your health care needs.

Thank you for choosing UF Health Pediatrics – Gerold L. Schiebler CMS Center for your child's health care needs.

Our physicians are faculty members at the University of Florida, certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and expertly trained to provide patients with the full spectrum of pediatric services.

Adolescent/Young Adult Program at the UF Health Pediatrics – Gerold L. Schiebler CMS Center

University of Florida physicians in the adolescent/young adult program offer primary care to children ages 10 to 21. Our providers address areas specific to adolescence including psychosocial evaluations, school problems, gynecological evaluations and family planning, drug and alcohol use and dietary needs. We can also provide sports physicals upon request.

Educational services on adolescent issues are provided to our patients and their families. We provide education about sexuality and adolescent development, vocational planning, social skills, eating disorders, nutrition and weight counseling, peer pressure, family problems and sexually transmitted diseases.

We also provide valuable in-service training sessions for health care professionals and educational programs to local school students.   

Our courteous and friendly staff looks forward to serving you!

Center for Breastfeeding & Newborns

Mother and babyThe Center for Breastfeeding & Newborns (CBN) is affiliated and sponsored by UF Health and the UF College of Medicine.

We are a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization with a mission to provide support for breastfeeding families.

The Center for Breastfeeding & Newborns offers specialty care that is:

  • Family Centered
  • Evidence-Based
  • Culturally Sensitive
  • Collaborative with your hospital’s lactation program and that of your personal physicians

Visit the Center for Breastfeeding and Newborns site


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Marty Franklin, CPA, CMA Named Vice President & CFO at Haven

North Central Florida’s legacy mission-driven provider of hospice and palliative care. With a career that includes working in hospice and palliative care, continuing care retirement communities, assisted living, skilled nursing, pharmacy benefit management, durable medical equipment, outpatient and diagnostic centers, and specialty hospitals, Franklin brings a breadth and depth of vital and relevant experience to Haven.

As Chief Financial Officer, Franklin serves as a member of senior leadership and leads multiple administrative and support teams. He is also responsible for Haven facilities across Haven’s 18-county service area, which include five inpatient units, five Attic Resale Stores, and an administrative office.

“Haven is indeed fortunate to add someone with Marty’s record of achievement and hands-on knowledge to our senior management ranks,” said Haven President and COO Pauline Taylor, RN, MHA. “Providing quality, compassionate care across such a diverse service area demands an efficient array of support services and far-sighted financial management. Marty will deliver both to Haven, ensuring we can continue to innovate and grow to meet the needs of all the communities—urban and rural—we’re privileged to serve.”

Franklin came to Haven from Covenant Care in Pensacola, Florida, where he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the hospice and post-acute provider whose primary service area covers the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama, with additional offices throughout Central and South Florida.

Haven’s mission and legacy as a not-for-profit provider, as well as the lure of small city/college town living, is what drew Franklin to Haven. “For me, being in a mission-driven environment simply makes life richer,” Franklin stated. “The organizational culture at Haven is genuine. It’s about genuinely making the organization the best it can be to provide the best care for our patients and their families, provide good jobs with outstanding benefits for our employees and meet the needs of the North Central Florida community to the best of our ability.”

Earlier in his career, Marty held positions as Chief Financial Officer at Comfort Care Home Health and Hospice in Birmingham, Alabama; Chief Financial Officer at Orlando Senior Health Network in Orlando, Florida; Vice President of Finance at PharmaPoint, a pharmacy management company in Birmingham, Alabama; President & CEO of Med-South, Inc., a diverse healthcare provider in Jasper, Alabama; and Assistant Vice President of Finance at Noland Health Services in Birmingham, Alabama.

Marty obtained his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama. He earned his Associates in Science degree with a major in Business from Walker College, Jasper, Alabama. Marty is both a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Accountant. He previously served as an Alternate Member of the Board of Directors of the Florida Hospice and Palliative Care Association.


Difference between UF-CMA and UF-CMVA security

I didn't understand the difference between this two definitions, and why UFCMA is weaker than UF-CMVA. Given a $MAC=(Gen,Tag,Vrfy)$ we define

$G_{\pi,\mathcal{A}} (\lambda):$

1) $k \leftarrow \$ \{0,1\}^{\lambda}$

2) $(m^*,\phi^*) \leftarrow \mathcal{A}(1^\lambda)$

3) Output $1$ if and only if $Tag_k (m^*)=\phi^*$ and $m^*$ is fresh (never queried from $\mathcal{A})$. We are assuming that $\mathcal{A}$ can make $Q$ queries to $Tag_k()$.

$G^{UF-CMVA}_{\pi,\mathcal{A}} (\lambda):$

1) $k \leftarrow \$ \{0,1\}^{\lambda}$

2) $(m^*,\phi^*) \leftarrow \mathcal{A}^{Tag_k(),Vrfy_k()}(1^\lambda)$

3) Output $1$ if and only if $Vrfy_k (m^*,\phi^*)=Accepted$ and $m^*$ is fresh (never queried from $\mathcal{A})$. We are assuming that $\mathcal{A}$ can make $Q_T$ queries to $Tag_k()$ and $Q_v$ queries to $Vrfy_k()$.

In pratice this new game is identical to the precedent game but here $\mathcal{A}$ has also access to the oracle $Vrfy$. But I can't understand why they are different and why if the tag $\phi$ is unique (that's for every key $k$, there exist a $\phi$ for every message i.e the algorithm $Tag$ is deterministic) the two Games are identical.


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