Humanity at Work
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Humanity at Work

Sad to say, the health care system defines patients by their illness rather than their humanity, and takes far more interest in symptoms than feelings. But BayCare is rewriting what’s been written in stone and shaking the very foundation of health care. We’re creating a brand new health care model, whose foundation rests on recognizing and respecting each patient’s humanity; on displaying real compassion and real empathy; on meeting the needs of every community and every individual; and on providing quality care that is always available and easily accessible. Simply put, it’s a new prescription for the future of healthcare.

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There’s only so much pain even a blues singer can handle. Which is why Tom Stanley had both hips replaced at BayCare’s Mease Dunedin Hospital.

After being misdiagnosed by several doctors, and on the verge of giving up, Butch was correctly diagnosed at BayCare’s St. Joseph’s Hospital with persistent arrhythmia.

It’s been said that children should be seen and not heard. But Michael Fuino would disagree. Having suffered profound hearing loss since he was a child, Michael had never heard the voices of his two boys.

Bodybuilder Theron Moodie and his wife were expecting the birth of their first child. What they didn’t expect was Theron being rushed to the hospital with a life-threatening septic infection.

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