Jayden’s Story: “Child Life Was at the Core of My Care”

July 24, 2024

When Jayden Dorman was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis at the age of 12, he was old enough to understand some of what was going on with his health, but still…

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Jovie’s Story: “My Christmas in July Baby”

July 16, 2024

In July of 2017, Tasha was seven months pregnant. Even the stifling Florida heat couldn’t keep her from enjoying the anticipation of meeting her little girl in a few short…

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Humanity Grants Program: Fuel to Put Humanity to Work

June 24, 2024

Through the Humanity Grants Program, the St. Joseph’s Hospitals Foundation invests in projects and ideas generated by team members that will bring care and comfort to patients and their families.…

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The Adcock Family: Three Generations of Giving

May 6, 2022

Life was going along just as planned for Brian and Amanda Adcock, who met at Auburn University, and returned to Brian’s hometown in the Tampa Bay area right after graduation.…

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Mom Rests Assured: St. Joe’s is The Place to Deliver

March 30, 2022

Jennie Restrepo is a marketing director for a title company in Tampa Bay, but more importantly, her predominant job is being a mother. When Jennie found out she was pregnant…

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How One Family’s Journey Led to A New Currency for Care

March 7, 2022

In the summer of 2020, Flora and Duke Kim happily made the move from New Jersey to the Sunshine State with their daughter Serena and awaited the arrival of their…

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Care for St. Joe’s Pediatric Heart Patient Galaxi Is Out of This World

February 1, 2022

At 17, Kim Guyette was diagnosed with endometriosis and told she would never be able to get pregnant. It was a harsh reality for the teen, who often spent evenings…

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St. Joe’s Made the Impossible, Possible for the Bayless Family and Now They are Doing That for Others

January 12, 2022

When you’re a parent, you expect your kids to have their share of runny noses and stomach bugs and the Bayless brood was no different. So, in 2005, when Howard…

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Breast Cancer Survivor Helping Others Be Victorious in Their Own Fight

October 15, 2021

As a fitness instructor, Shawn Becklund has always been passionate about keeping herself and others healthy through proper diet and exercise. So, in 2015, after a routine mammogram eventually led…

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For the Parents of Preemies, AngelEye is the Next Best Thing to Being There

October 6, 2021

For parents, holding their baby for the very first time is one of life’s most amazing gifts. But when newborns make an unexpected early appearance those precious first moments can…

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