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Mikaela Foster

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I decided to pursue a PGY-1 residency because over the course of my didactive training and subsequent rotational experiences, I developed a passion for the clinical setting. Specifically, I have a deep connection to emergency medicine and a residency will provide the perfect opportunity to gain additional training in not only my area of interest but many other specialties. This will allow me to strengthen my knowledge, skills and overall expertise while providing evidenced based patient care. I look forward to being in the midst of established pharmacists for their mentorship and guidance.

Why did I choose Winter Haven Hospital at BayCare?
My initial interest in Winter Haven Hospital BayCare began after noting the diverse and comprehensive rotations offered that aligned perfectly with my goals. The variety of practice settings available would provide an invaluable foundation to become a well-rounded and highly trained practitioner. After meeting the RPD, the team and the residents, it was evident that they foster a supportive atmosphere where residents are empowered to contribute and grow professionally. I am excited to be a part the ‘Pharmily’ at Winter Haven!

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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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