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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Cameron

Cameron Collier was born in China with an extremely rare heart condition. He flew to Tampa, where 3 pediatric cardiac surgeons at BayCare’s St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital spent 12 hours successfully rebuilding his heart.

Zia

A week after coming down with a bad cold, Zia collapsed. She was rushed to BayCare’s St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, where doctors determined her sinus infection had progressed into a brain infection.

In March 2017, Wendy Bain was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer, which is incurable. But despite the prognosis, her outlook couldn’t be healthier.

29-year-old breast cancer patient Melissa Rau couldn’t see into the future. But her surgeon at BayCare Medical Group could with the help of genetic testing.

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BayCare would like to extend you an invitation. Join us in our effort to make health care better, by joining the BayCare Online Community. As a volunteer customer panel member, you’ll be asked on a regular basis to advise BayCare on topics that are shaping the future of healthcare.


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