South Florida Baptist Hospital Welcomes June Ramsey to Nursing Leadership Role
South Florida Baptist Hospital welcomes June Ramsey as its new Director of Patient Care Services. She began her new position May 30.
“June brings a wealth of knowledge to the role, having served in every area of nursing – from staff nurse to an assistant vice president,” said Karen Kerr, South Florida Baptist Hospital president. “Her vast experience in nursing and nursing leadership will be instrumental in continuing our journey of clinical excellence.”
Ramsey began her career at St. Joseph’s Hospital in the 1990s after earning her LPN from Erwin Technical Center. She continued her education obtaining her Associate Degree in Nursing from St. Petersburg Junior College, her BA in Nursing from St. Petersburg College and her Masters of Nursing from University of Phoenix.
As she pursued her education, Ramsey worked at Lakeland Regional Medical Center; before going to work at Florida Hospital Tampa (formerly University Community Hospital). She advanced to a team leader, then a nurse manager over several cardiac areas and also opened the chest pain observation unit. After two years, she was promoted to Director of the Pepin Heart Institute. She was responsible for the supervision of the cardiovascular OR, catheterization lab, noninvasive lab, critical care unit, CSU and cardiac interventional unit. Her last position there was that of Assistant Vice President of Critical Care Services.
“South Florida Baptist Hospital is like a golden gem,” Ramsey said. “It’s already great. We will make it even better, providing the best possible care for our patients, making it the best hospital.”
About South Florida Baptist Hospital
Since 1953, South Florida Baptist Hospital has served Plant City and surrounding areas as a not-for-profit community hospital. The progressive, 147-bed acute care facility offers a full range of diagnostic, rehabilitative, surgical, therapeutic and women’s services, including obstetrics. South Florida Baptist Hospital is part of the BayCare Health System, a family of health care providers consisting of the 14 leading not-for-profit hospitals in the Tampa Bay region.
About BayCare Health System
BayCare is a leading not-for-profit health care system that connects individuals and families to a wide range of services at 14 hospitals and hundreds of other convenient locations throughout the Tampa Bay and central Florida regions. Inpatient and outpatient services include acute care, primary care, imaging, laboratory, behavioral health, home care, and wellness. Our mission is to improve the health of all we serve through community-owned, health care services that set the standard for high-quality, compassionate care.
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