Tracy Collins was born in Bismarck, North Dakota and raised in Great Falls, Montana. After four years in the U.S. Navy as an award-winning broadcast journalist, she graduated from the University of North Florida with a B.S. in Communications.
As media personality Tracy Dot Com, she is known for her entertainment insight in Jacksonville, Florida. She appears weekly on WJXT/TV-4 The Local Station and CW17, writes a column for The Florida Times-Union and BUZZ Magazine and was voted Best Righteous Crusader two years in a row by Folio Weekly readers for her work in the community.
She is currently working on her first full-length book and speaking around the country promoting alcohol awareness and education.
Healing the Caregiver
When an aneurysm threatens her life, a special needs caregiver fights back with the help of family and friends
A complicated procedure gone right
Multidisciplinary team at UF Health Skull Base Center save a life in procedure done for first time in U.S.
TAVR Leads to a New Beginning
In Cover Story
Cardiology patient has renewed sense of hope after successful heart procedure.
Getting a Second Chance at Life
How the minimally invasive MitraClip procedure helped Karen Kaunitz's battle with lung disease.
A Remarkable Recovery
The journey of a brain tumor patient marked with support and hope.
Fast Pass to Stroke Recovery
In Cover Story, Features, Specialties & Services
The UF Health Comprehensive Stroke Program turned a Monday stroke patient into a Saturday Disney World guest.
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