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Rey Flores Morales

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
While in pharmacy school, I had the opportunity to be exposed to different specialties in pharmacy. From the moment I stepped into an ambulatory care clinic, I knew I wanted to be an ambulatory care pharmacist. The opportunity to work hand-in-hand with providers to optimize patients’ medication therapies and outcomes is a unique and rewarding experience. I chose to complete a PGY2 Ambulatory Care residency to further develop my skills in chronic disease management. The structure and direct patient care experiences at this residency were exactly what I was looking for in my pursuit to challenge and strengthen my skills to provide exceptional care.

Why did I choose Turley Family Medical Center at BayCare?
I have numerous colleagues who work at BayCare and speak highly of the culture of comradery and respect within the system. When visualizing where I wanted to continue my pharmacy training, I envisioned an organization with a strong reputation and support system that provides integrated care and prioritizes patient safety and quality of services. I chose BayCare as it was evident that the organization embodies what I was looking for, and I am proud I will be called a member of the BayCare team.

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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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