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Karlena Cahill

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I chose to pursue a pharmacy residency program to fuel my professional growth as a clinical pharmacist. Upon graduation I wanted to elevate my skills and knowledge base beyond the student level and I saw residency as a way to bridge that gap between student to independent pharmacist. A residency program will provide invaluable opportunities to enhance my skills, expand my clinical knowledge, and refine my patient care abilities. Through a residency, I can evolve into a skilled clinical pharmacist capable of positively impacting medication therapy outcomes.

Why did I choose Mortan Plant Hospital at BayCare?
I chose to do my residency at Morton Plant Hospital because I felt Morton Plant’s program supported me and my future professional goals. I chose Morton Plant Hospital pharmacy residency program due to its rotation opportunities, commitment to excellence in clinical pharmacy practice, and its reputation as a supportive environment. The program’s strong emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration, evidence-based medicine, and patient-centered care aligns perfectly with my professional goals and values. The program’s comprehensive curriculum and supportive atmosphere will empower me to become a well-rounded clinical pharmacist.

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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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