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Kaylyn Jackson

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I pursued a residency because I wanted to continue my pharmacy education in a setting where I could apply and expand upon my clinical knowledge. I had the opportunity during pharmacy school to experience a multitude of different clinical practice settings, which made it difficult for me to narrow down what type of practice or specialty best suited me. By doing a residency, I’m able to further explore a variety of different specialties while simultaneously developing my skills as a clinical pharmacist through research, education, and drug therapy management.

Why did I choose South Florida Baptist Hospital at BayCare?
I chose SFBH primarily because I wanted to complete my residency alongside a team that would be inclusive and supportive as I continue to grow and develop professionally. During the interview process, I could easily see how close the pharmacy staff was and how much they cared for not only their patients but also each other. I was also drawn towards SFBH because of its size, as I knew it would give me the opportunity to work closely with my preceptors and the interdisciplinary healthcare team.

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BayCare’s #1 priority is the care and safety of our patients and team members. As we closely monitor #Hurricane #Ian, we will continue to keep you informed. For the most recent #BayCare updates, please visit our website at: https://bddy.me/3RkEzau.

Morton Plant Hospital is the first in the Tampa Bay area to offer lateral approach knee replacement surgery. This method requires a smaller incision and doesn’t cut the quadricep muscle meaning many patients have less pain and a faster recovery. https://bddy.me/3UGtLGP

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