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Muireann Greely

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I chose to complete a residency because I want to enhance my knowledge and skills in the field of pharmacy and further develop my clinical expertise. A residency program provides a unique opportunity to work closely with experienced pharmacists and healthcare professionals in a variety of patient care settings. Additionally, a residency allows me to explore specialized areas of pharmacy practice and develop proficiency in areas such as critical care, infectious diseases, or oncology.

Why did I choose St. Anthony’s Hospital at BayCare?
I chose St. Anthony’s Hospital for my PGY-1 residency because of the numerous rotations and opportunities the program offers. This program will challenge me to develop my leadership skills and prepare me to contribute to the highest quality of patient care. When I first met the pharmacy team at St. Anthony’s, I knew this program would be the perfect fit for me. The pharmacist’s foster an environment of open communication and collaboration, encouraging me to actively participate in discussions and providing opportunities for interdisciplinary learning. Overall, I believe that training at St. Anthony’s Hospital will provide me with invaluable experiences, professional connections, and the necessary skills to excel as a 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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