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Kaleigh Marquis
PGY1 - Mease Countryside Hospital

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I chose to pursue residency to build my critical thinking skills, increase my confidence, and grow my clinical knowledge. I believe that completing a residency will provide me with the experience I need to provide the best care for my patients.

Why did I choose Mease Countryside Hospital at BayCare?
I was initially interested in Mease Countryside hospital due to their wide variety of elective experiences and opportunities for advanced rotations in critical care and infectious disease. During my interview, I was blown away by how friendly and supportive everyone was. I knew this was the place I wanted to be to complete my residency.

John Dean
PGY1 - Mease Countryside Hospital

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
Pharmacy is a field of constant innovation which requires a commitment to lifelong learning. Residency was the next step in the learning process to achieve my dream of becoming a licensed clinical pharmacist.

Why did I choose Mease Countryside Hospital at BayCare?
I chose Mease Countryside Hospital for several reasons, the first was direct access to expertly trained pharmacists in my two main areas of interest, which are infectious disease and emergency medicine. Another driving factor for me was the welcoming atmosphere. After meeting the team, I knew that they were committed to helping me excel and give me the best chance to make a difference with direct patient care as part of a diverse interdisciplinary team.

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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

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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!

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