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Delivering Decades of Care at St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital

Growing up in Cuba, Dr. Lazaro Hernandez remembers being surrounded by family members in the medical profession, and even as a young boy what impressed him most weren’t the stories…

St. Joe’s is More Than Just the Local Hospital. It’s Part of Our Community.

Early in 2020, Karen and Micah’s two children, Dexter and Hadley, were lounging in one of the family’s hammocks enjoying the sunny weather. Soon their giggles turned to tears when…

From Patients to Healers: How Three Former St. Joe’s Patients Were Inspired to Return as St. Joe’s Team Members

A doctor has just given you devastating news. Your child has cancer. Everything else that comes after those words seems to be a blur. Your child has cancer. What now?…

Why We Named Our Baby Boy after St. Joe’s

Monica Angel describes her pregnancy last year at the age of forty as an unexpected miracle. That’s because she and her husband had been told that they could not have…

“I Was Saved For a Reason”

Rob Clarke had all the odds stacked against him but is here today to share his miraculous story. It was a typical day of travel when he boarded the short…

First-of-Its-Kind Program in Florida Provides Comprehensive Care for Children with Complex Airway and Swallowing Disorders

As the founder of Tampa Children’s ENT and the Medical Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, Dr. Karin Hotchkiss specializes in all things ears, nose, and throat…

2022 Annual Report

Extraordinary Care for an Extraordinary Dad Leads to an Extraordinary Gift to St. Joseph’s Hospital-North

An avid cyclist, triathlete, mountain climber, veteran, and explorer, Jack Gaffney was larger than life. His adventurous spirit took him on a desert survival mission in Death Valley, mountain climbing…