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Dalia Elabed

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I chose to complete a PGY2 residency to pursue a specialty in Ambulatory Care. During my PGY1 residency at Morton Plant Hospital, I had a fulfilling experience being involved in the continuity of care in rotations such as Ambulatory Care, Transitions of Care, Long Term Acute Care, and Internal Medicine. I look forward to working as a trusted member of the healthcare team and enhancing patient outcomes in diabetes management, antimicrobial stewardship, and guideline-directed medical therapies. The rigorous yet rewarding structure of a PGY2 residency program would provide me with a unique skill set to pursue my career goals.

Why did I choose Turley Family Medical Center at BayCare?
My positive experiences as a student and resident within BayCare have reinforced what I look for in a residency program – one that offers diverse patient care experiences and a supportive environment to help me achieve my goals. With an extensive patient population and an integrated healthcare team that includes physicians, medical residents, pharmacists, and medical assistants, I knew Turley Family Health would prepare me to become a well-rounded clinician. I saw firsthand the dedication and support from the healthcare team during my rotation and interview, which solidified that this program is the right fit for me.

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Girl Scout Troop 50157 from Land O' Lakes is studying women's health and visited maternity units at St. Joseph's Hospital-North in Lutz. Their tour included maternity ORs and labor and delivery rooms They brought always outstanding Girl Scout cookies for team members to enjoy!

🔥☀️ Florida's blazing heat doesn't stand a chance! 💪 Time to adapt those workouts like a pro and conquer the sizzle with our guide to staying fit in the scorching heat. Read these tips from Jennifer L. MacEwan, manager of BayCare Carillon Fitness Center:

The Quilting Club at Wimauma’s Valencia Lakes community made more than 40 quilts for the NICU at St. Joseph's Hospital-South. The quilts are used inside and over infant incubators. The hospital and the little ones appreciate the generosity and talents of the Quilting Club!

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