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Cornerstone Newsletter - September 2018

Cornerstone Newsletter - September 2018

In this Issue…New da Vinci Xi Robot; Orthopedic Program Update; Foundation Events; Dart Foundation Supports SFBH; Don't Be Lost - New Wayfinding Techology; and Donations at Work   Past Cornerstone Newsletters           

Pet Therapy: A Barking Success!

Pet Therapy: A Barking Success!

Bonnie, the Shih Tzu; Spike, the Yorkie; and Fuzzy Rogers, the black Labrador Retriever, can’t wait to get to work at South Florida Baptist Hospital. The three are among the 12 Plant City area dogs that bring a little joy to patients, visitors and staff as part of the hospital’s popular pet

Patients Benefit from Contributions

Patients Benefit from Contributions

Have you ever wondered where the money goes when you donate to the SFBH Foundation? Your contribution makes it possible for the hospital to purchase everything from new stretchers for the Emergency Department to high-tech medical equipment for the cardiac program. Here’s a closer look at how

Hometown Hero: From Plant City Valedictorian to SFBH Cardiac Physician

Hometown Hero: From Plant City Valedictorian to SFBH Cardiac Physician

When Srinivas Rajendran, D.O., joined the SFBH medical staff last year, it was like coming home. Dr. Rajendran, was not only born at the hospital, but he grew up in Plant City and was valedictorian of his class at Plant City High School.  He’s also the son of long-time Plant City cardiologist

Patient Care Director

Patient Care Director

South Florida Baptist Hospital welcomes June Ramsey as the new Director of Patient Care Services.  June brings more than 20 years of clinical experience and nursing management to the job and is pleased to be part of the SFBH team. June was most recently with Florida Hospital Tampa, the former

Improve Patients’ Experience

Improve Patients’ Experience

Music therapy to help reduce pain after surgery. A blanket warmer to keep patients from getting cold during imaging procedures. A vein finder that makes drawing blood or inserting an IV easier, faster and more comfortable.   SFBH team members presented these ideas to win funding from the

SFBH Chemotherapy Center Expands to Serve Community

SFBH Chemotherapy Center Expands to Serve Community

The Infusion and Chemotherapy Center at South Florida Baptist Hospital is now open five days week to provide full-time coverage for oncology patients in the greater Plant City area.  “By expanding our program we’re not only providing patients with a higher standard of care but making it easier

Naming Opportunities Support Hospital Services

Naming Opportunities Support Hospital Services

When you walk the halls of SFBH you will often see patient rooms, waiting rooms and even departments with names of local businesses or Plant City families that you may know.  This is just another way to donate to SFBH Foundation and in turn be recognized for the generous gift. The recognition is