Welcome to the news feed for our BayCare Health System Pharmacy programs. Listed below are relevant topics and stories related to our pharmacy residencies, pharmacy programs, and other news relevant to BayCare.

Robert Medina

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I am driven to complete a health-system pharmacy administration and leadership (HSPA-L) focused residency program because it parallels my aspirations as a pharmacist. I have a desire to serve, a passion for leadership, and am eager to learn.  An HSPA-L program will provide me with the clinical experiences to help build upon the foundational knowledge attained during pharmacy school. In turn, this will allow me to become a competent and confident practitioner. Also, this type of residency training will provide me with the managerial, operational and leadership experiences to help me develop into a to future leader in the healthcare setting.

Why did I choose St. Joseph’s Hospital at BayCare?
There are many reasons as to why I chose St. Joseph’s Hospital – BayCare as my home for the next two years. When it comes to the field of pharmacy, I find that I am attracted to many different subspecialties within the profession. I was in search of a program that could provide a broad variety of rotational experiences to help me determine the specific area to specialize. With experiences in pediatrics, ambulatory care, cardiology and women’s health, St. Joseph’s Hospital fit these criteria perfectly. The culture and environment at St. Joseph’s hospital is one-of-a-kind. Every individual that I met through the recruitment process was welcoming, personable and transparent. Now being a part of the BayCare team, I continue to witness these qualities within each employee. I could not have found a better fit with an HSPA-L residency program than I did with St. Joseph’s Hospital – BayCare.


Latest Tweets

We celebrated the start of construction for South Florida Baptist Hospital’s new location! The new six-story hospital off Exit 22 on I-4 in Plant City will feature more than 140 private patient rooms as well as a medical office building. Learn more. https://bddy.me/3BZDdLq

Having someone help you navigate through surgery and treatment after a #BreastCancer diagnosis is key to healing. Agnes, a breast nurse navigator, is there to calm patients and guide them through their journey. https://bit.ly/3G1k7XE #InOurHands

St. Joseph's Hospital has reached two milestones in robot-assisted surgeries. Dr. Michael Alvarez completed our first case with the Monarch bronchoscope, and Dr. Gabriel Gonzales-Portillo completed his 100th case with the Mazor X spine surgery system. Congrats to these teams!

Contact Us