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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Following a near fatal car accident, aspiring actor Luke Bernard was missing a large piece of bone from his skull. But neurosurgeons were able to rebuild his skull by performing a cranioplasty.

As soon as Sean Patrick was born, he needed a stent in his heart’s atrial septum. In fact, the lifesaving procedure had to be completed within just one minute of his birth.

In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, Dr. Michaela Mallon journeyed 840 miles to Haiti. Not to nourish souls, but to treat malnutrition. And in three days, she and 15 other providers treated 1000 patients, most of them children.

Allan HoChan was on the brink of death following a heart attack. Working together to keep him alive, emergency responders shocked his heart five times and doctors brought his body temperature down to a hypothermic state.

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