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Christmas Town - Busch Gardens Tampa

The Sinners

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Vintage Clothing is Never Out of Style!

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Healthy Holiday Thoughts

In Case You Missed It

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By Samantha Millgate

By Alyssa Thomann

By Heather Henderson

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PUBLISHER’S NOTE

> After all the finger-pointing, tongue-wagging and personal attacks back and forth, we finally managed to have another presidential election. The voters have spoken loud and clear and we offer our congratulations to president-elect Obama for a resounding victory. Although the congressional balance of power didn’t change very much, we sincerely hope that the next four years will be productive and gridlockfree, enabling our politicians to work more closely than before in stimulating the economy and bringing us back onto the path of prosperity once again. This holiday double issue contains a nice selection of last minute gift offerings and might be the last chance to get your shopping done. Remember to moderate your consumption of all those wonderful and enjoyable things in life so that you don’t become depressed after indulging too much. Our special report: ‘Healthy Holiday Thoughts’ will help in guiding you back to your ideal ‘look’ and keep you on the path to realizing those New Year’s resolutions. Check out our fantastic “Sinners” photo shoot along with our wonderful “Winter at the Ballet” photo shoot which will definitely get your ‘holiday spirits’ started! In this wonderful Holiday issue we are proud to present as the first Publication a “Style MD” feature with this years official “Best Doctors®” Selection for 2013. Congratulations to all the amazing Doctors and their staff that are there for us every day. We are official partners with the “Best Doctors®” Organization of America. We welcome your comments and thoughts. Please send to: info@StyleToMe.com As we approach the end of this year we are reminded that charity should be in our hearts and even the slightest gesture in sharing with those less fortunate than we can be very meaningful. With that in mind we ask that you dig down and make a contribution, no matter how slight, to a fund raising organization of your choice, perhaps a local church or synagogue, so that others may have the opportunity to celebrate joyously this holiday season with their children and other loved ones. For all those who make a living operating a business, Tampa Style will always be on your side by providing you with the pinpoint advertising assistance needed to reach your markets. With our results oriented business messaging design and professional graphics layouts, along with our proven record of success, we will continue working full speed ahead to ensure that your advertising dollars will be well-spent.This is our primary goal and rather than attempt to impress with a ‘ridiculous sales pitch’ other publications offer, we pride ourselves on hard-nosed production of the best possible advertisements to fill your specific business model requirements, with minimal cost outlay. As always, we are especially grateful for your feedback, recommendations and critiques and are eager to receive your comments on the ‘Beauty & Brains’ profile and the many others presented throughout the year.Who knows, you might just find your appreciated comments published in our “new readers” section. From all of us here at Tampa Style, we would like to wish every one of you and your family, a very happy holidays and a wonderful New Year! Shanah Tovah, Bonne Année, Gutes Neues Jahr, Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu, Antum Salimoun, Feliz Año Nuevo, Buon Capo d’Anno, Naye Varsha Ki Shubhkamanyen … and to all, a Peaceful and Happy New Year!<

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Viktorija Pashuta Latvian born Viktorija Pashuta is an up and coming fashion photographer gaining momentum and notoriety in Southern California. With visual cues rooted in dance, music, and fashion passion stemming from her European upbringing, her images are sensual, sultry, yet powerful. Along with stunning visual language, she sprinkles a hint of marketing magic into her work, using knowledge she gained while studying for a Masters degree in Marketing in Oxford.

Mike Giragosian Graduating from UMASS Lowell with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Michael discovered his passion for photography later in life. After relocating to Florida he started photographing weddings eventually branching out to fashion, advertising, and editorial work. His foundation as a wedding photographer developed his creativity utilizing various lighting sources to capture gorgeous images for his couples. He regularly contributes his vivid images to magazines photographing both covers and editorials. Michael’s energetic personality brings out the best in his clients, time and time again. View Michael Giragosian’s photography at www.mgimages.net.

Ro Martinez Ro Martinez, author, model and modeling coach, has been in the business for 25 years. Her multimedia exposure includes TV, film, and commercials. She has appeared in catalogs, newspapers and on magazine covers. Ro holds modeling and acting workshops focusing on people of all ages, sizes and ethnic groups, and guides them toward successfully entering the exciting and glamorous field of modeling. Her book, Modeling at Any Age is a step-by-step, comprehensive, easy-to-read guide for modeling and how to flourish in the industry. For information email Ro at romartinezmodel@ hotmail.com - Photo by Angela Mann Photography.

Jessica Sanchez Every morning when you tune into your Local 6 Morning News, Jessica Sanchez is there to greet you. Having received her degree in mass communications, Jessica set out to achieve a career in television journalism. A Utah native, Jessica first learned the ropes in Salt Lake City as a video editor and associate producer, before moving to Idaho. She eventually made the move down South and ended up in Orlando as a reporter. When she’s not working, Jessica can usually be found dancing, boxing or catching up on her sleep.

Travis Joiner Travis Joiner has been a staple in the wine and cocktail scene for years. His background has taken him through many mixology and cocktail contests as well as becoming a sommelier. He is always willing to give his opinion in a very tongue and cheek and hilarious way. Travis has a degree in creating new and classic cocktails and always ready to test the next great thing. Most importantly he is our Barfly.

Riesa Pascal Riesa was born in London, England and now resides in Florida where she graduated from Florida State University with a double major in creative writing and communication. While enrolled in university, Riesa discovered her passion for broadcast journalism through several TV hosting opportunities including reporting on FSU athletics and airing across the state of Florida on the SunSports Channel. Riesa currently travels around the country with Convention News Television as a reporter, producer and editor. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering, reading, writing, and quality time with friends.You can learn more about Riesa at www.riesapascal.com

Megan Hyde Megan Hyde is a 2010 UCF graduate. Earning a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with minors in Mass communications and Creative Writing, and hopes to make a literary name for herself. An accessorizing, makeup-loving gal, Megan believes outfits deserve love, attention and at least a bracelet or two. She supports red lipstick and colorful mascara, and not just for weekends.When Megan’s not working, writing, loving her pups Pepper & Roni she and her boyfriend enjoy everything else about life together in East Orlando.

Alyssa Thomann Alyssa Thomann is a 2012 graduate from the University of Central Florida with a BA in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Sociology. Originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, it is no surprise that she loves spending her days at the beach or out boating with family and friends. Alyssa enjoys fashion, writing, music and anything sweet! She has a passion for traveling and hopes to see the world one day. When not working, she loves to spend time planning her next big adventure or relaxing in her cozy home in downtown Orlando.

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January 5 & 6, 2013

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park Downtown Tampa, Florida

Free Admission Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm

Stewards’ Enclosure

Rowing Races (rain date is sunday)

Sunday, Noon - 4 pm

Paddle-board, Kayak and Dragon Boat Races Seafood Challenge Award

Signature Seafood Competition Low-country Shrimp & Stone Crab Boil Food Trucks

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Games & Ice Skating

Children under 12 are free Saturday hat contest Fashionable attire Valet parking Cash bar

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Hugh Laurie The Journey to Becoming Dr. House M.D. By Heather Henderson Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Hugh Laurie is a man usually recognized for playing the protagonist pompous, monotone doctor on the hit television series, House. But before Laurie became a household name in many American homes, he was accomplished not only as an actor, but also as a comedian, musician, writer, director and athlete. When it comes to your favorite TV doctor that you love to hate, there is much more than meets the eye. Mother, Patricia, gave birth to Laurie on June 11, 1959 in Oxford, England. He was the youngest of four children, including an older brother, Charles, and two older sisters, Janet and Susan. Upon reaching his early teens, Laurie attended the Dragon School, a prep academy in Oxford from ages 7-13. Following the Dragon School, Laurie attended Eton, an all boys British independent boarding school where he became interested in the sport of rowing, stating that he was trying to “follow in his father’s footsteps.” Laurie’s father, William “Ran” Laurie, was an accomplished oarsman at Cambridge and later went on to win an Olympic gold medal in the coxless pairs (rowing) in the 1948 London Games. Laurie became a member of the junior coxed pair that won the British national title, and then proceeded to represent Britain’s Youth Team at the 1977 Junior World Rowing Championships during his time at Eton. He graduated from Eton in 1978 and enrolled at his father’s alma mater, Cambridge University. He attributes his selection as a “result of family tradition,” rather than a real interest in his education. Laurie studied Archaeology and Social Anthropology at Cambridge, but admitted that becoming an

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oarsman like his father was the main reason he attended the university. He stated “Anthropology was the most convenient subject to read while spending eight hours a day on the river.” During this time in his life, he was dedicating a lot of time during his day to rowing and was on track to become an Olympic standard rower. In 1980, Laurie rowed for Cambridge in the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, but lost by nearly 5 feet. Unfortunately, Laurie was forced to put his rowing ambitions aside due to mononucleosis. This unexpected setback could have been the most important in his life. To fill his void of rowing, Laurie auditioned for Footlights, the university’s world-renowned drama society. His audition was successful, and by 1980, Laurie became the president of Footlights. Upon becoming a member of the society, Laurie became friends with Emma Thompson – whom he was romantically involved with for some time – and Stephen Fry. The three friends graduated from the university in 1981 with a road of opportunity in front of them. After the trio won the Perrier Comedy Award for their sketch, “The Cellar Tapes,” they took a tour across England and Australia. The three teamed up with Grenada television to create numerous sketch comedy shows throughout the 1980s. By 1986, Laurie and Fry went out on their own to establish themselves as household names in Britain thanks to their several comedy shows, including Fry and Laurie, which ran for 8 years. After marrying his wife, Jo Green, in 1989, Laurie and Fry had one last series together called Jeeves and Wooster. The show aired for four seasons until its end in 1993. In the 1990s, Laurie proved himself to be a multi-talented man. He branched out into films, music, and writing, where he first appeared alongside former girlfriend, Emma Thompson, in the film version of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility (1995). Laurie also appeared in other films including The Borrowers, Spice World, 101 Dalmatians, The Man in the Iron Mask, and three Stuart Little films. In 1996, he published his first novel, The Gun Seller, which became a bestseller. Since 2002, Laurie had surfaced in a range of British dramas on television and had done a

few voice-overs for shows like Family Guy and Preston Pig. But Laurie really struck gold in 2004 when he was cast for the Fox television drama, House. During the time of auditions for the main character of the show, Laurie was in Namibia, filming Flight of the Phoenix. He decided to record his audition tape for House in the bathroom of the hotel because it was the only place he could get enough light. Laurie improvised and used an umbrella as a cane and covered up his British accent with a very convincing-sounding American accent. Despite the fact that Bryan Singer, the executive producer of House, thought that there was no way he was going to hire a non-American actor for the role, he was highly impressed by Laurie’s audition tape. Singer was completely unaware that Laurie was British and commented on how well the “American actor was able to grasp the character.” Needless to say, Singer went against his statement about not wanting a non-American actor and cast Laurie for the character of Dr. Gregory House. Laurie’s infamous character on the drama series was known to be a Vicodin-addicted, tortured, erratic, and pessimistic doctor with a damaged leg. He was the head of a team of diagnosticians at the PrincetonPlainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey. Most of the episodes revolved around the diagnosis of patients in the hospital. Laurie commented in regards to playing House, “I don’t feel he was my character; he’s not like me, or I’m not like him, but I do love him. I think it’s part of an actor’s responsibility to love the character you play, and I found him endlessly unpredictable and funny and selfloathing and unhappy.” Laurie continued to play the brilliant yet arrogant Dr. House for eight years until the series finale on May 21, 2012. The TV drama was a hit series. House was among the top ten rated shows in the United States from its 2nd-4th seasons. The show was distributed to 66 countries with an audience of over 81.8 million viewers worldwide and became the most watched television program in 2008. Due to its popularity, Laurie was being paid $275,000 to $300,000 per episode from the start of season three. Later, Laurie’s payout increased drastically and he was listed in the 2011 Guinness Book of World Records as the highest paid ac-

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tor ever in a TV Drama with a payout of around $700,000 per episode, and for being the most watched leading man on television. Despite his high earnings, Laurie said he felt guilty for “being paid more to become a fake version of [his] father,” who was a British general practitioner. Although his father wasn’t alive to see Laurie take on the role of House, Laurie stated “I think he would enjoy elements of it and would be appalled, in some ways, by House’s boorish behavior. My father was a gentle, well-mannered, and considerate man and would have gone to great lengths to make patients feel at ease and content. At the same time, he would admire Dr. House’s ruthless pursuit of the correct diagnosis.” As for Laurie’s opinion of doctors in general, he said “I find white coats rather saintly in some ways. I have a reverence for the practice of medicine – I’m a great believer in Western medicine and all its wonders.” Along with his large salary, Laurie received two Golden Globe awards, two Screen Actors Guild awards, and six Emmy nominations. The show itself won a Peabody Award in 2005, Creative Arts Emmy Award for prosthetic makeup in 2007, four People’s Choice Awards in 2011, was nominated four times by the Emmy board for Outstanding Drama Series, and was nominated for six Golden Globe Awards and has received two. Laurie has absolutely made his mark on network television. House was a hit-show that broke records and managed to create buzz among over 80 million people worldwide. Laurie leaves his arrogant doctor character in the past, and is currently focusing more on his band, Copper Bottom Band, who has done numerous concerts around the world. Surely, this is not the last we will hear about the highly accomplished and world-famous Hugh Laurie.<

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Chanel Cashmere Scarf This scarf is sure to keep you warm in the winter months with its stitched quilted sheepskin pockets. www.chanel.com

Pandora Bracelet Pandora is releasing their Autumn Winter 2012 collection that features radiant pearls, luminous gemstones and polished surfaces. This bracelet is a part of Pandora’s 30th year anniversary of creating precious moments. Every piece can be personalized with a charm to celebrate every unforgettable moment. Prices range from $25 and up. www.always-forever.com

Steve Madden Concord Loafers Satin slip-on flats with all - over jeweled embellishments and leather sole. These chic shoes are perfect for Florida’s mild autumn breezes. Available in Pewter Multi and Bright Multi ranging from sizes 6M – 8.5M. Retail $99 www.stevemadden.com

Givenchy Leather Handwarmer Gloves These hand warming gloves are both functional and fashinonable. The pale gold-tone studded cross on the backhand adds fun to the everyday glove. Now available in black leather accented by a silklined interior. 10.5” length. Retail $570 www.barneys.com

Clarins Pregnancy Kit “Beautiful New Beginnings” Clarins new Pregnancy Kit is the must-have for all moms and moms-tobe! The Kit is a wonderful round-up of Clarins most iconic, cult products (including Beauty Flash Balm, Stretch Mark Control, Tonic Body Treatment Oil, and Smoothing Body Scrub. The Kit also includes a delicate baby blanket and Clarins beauty guide “Pregnancy, the most beautiful days of your life,” by Jacques Courtin-Clarins, Founder, and Dr. Olivier Courtin, Managing Director. Retail $60 www.clarins.com

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Start a New Family Tradition With Christmas Town, Only at Busch Gardens Forward by Cathleen K. Bodes Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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> Busch Gardens Tampa is getting ready to launch the biggest Christmas celebration ever! Christmas Town will transform the park into a nighttime holiday wonderland of wintery surprises and all things Christmas, filling guests’ senses with seasonal sights, sounds and flavors, and creating a beautiful new tradition for Tampa’s families. For the first time in the park’s 53-year history, visitors to Christmas Town will experience all-new evening attractions, shows and shopping from 6 to 11 p.m. every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, now through Dec. 23.

felt voices lifted in song to welcome guests as they enter Christmas Town. Draped in jewel-tone ornaments and glowing lights, the Moroccan Village comes alive with local choirs in the Marrakesh Theater and shops full of holiday gifts. • Family and friends will cozy up to brave the chill in the air along Ice Wonder Way. The frozen pathway sparkles and shimmers in the night as snowflakes dance down the front of the Moroccan Palace, welcoming guest for special performances of the all-new Christmas Town ice show.

Even Busch Gardens’ most familiar fans will barely recognize the portions of the park that convert to Christmas Town through special entertainment, live music, festive treats, holiday shopping and thousands and thousands of twinkling Christmas lights:

• Wild colors, exotic decorations and intricate animal patterns create the kind of Christmas found only in nature! Stretching along the Cheetah Hunt walkway, Jungle Jubilee welcomes guests to Florida’s only triple-launch coaster and the iconic Crown Colony restaurant, featuring special holiday fare and the new Carol of the Bells light show.

• Celebration Village brings together the rich, warm colors of Christmas and heart-

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twist. Red and white lights twinkle in the trees throughout the Nairobi area, calling to mind the beloved Christmas confection and pointing guests down the path to the Christmas Town Express and Santa’s House. • Experience the humble magnificence of that first Christmas night and remember the real “reason for the season” and along Miracle Way. Guests will marvel at a topiary representation of the Holy Nativity and illuminated angels, set along the Stanleyville Bridge in the warm glow of Christmas lights and sacred holiday music. • Christmas has come to Sesame Street! Elmo and his friends are all dressed up in their holiday best at Sesame Street Season of Fun, ready to pose for pictures and plenty of hugs with kids of all ages who stop by to wish them a funny, furry Christmas. • When it’s warm in December and there’s more sand than snow, celebrate a Floridian Christmas with a touch of the tropics in the Enchanted Flamingo Valley. Guests will be “thinking pink” as they encounter decorated palm trees and a flock of festive flamingos created from thousands of twinkling pink lights. • Christmas is in full bloom along Poinsettia Parkway, where guests can lose themselves among hundreds of the traditional holiday flowers and feast their senses on delicious holiday treats. • On your way to play in the snow, stop by Jingle Bell Junction and climb aboard a pintsized train for a holly-jolly ride designed especially for young guests, located at the crossroads of Christmas Town in Gwazi Plaza. • Guests can find the perfect holiday gift or indulge in a delicious seasonal treat as they explore Christmas Town Village. Set along the Gwazi Park walkway, tiny Christmas cabins will scent the air with seasonal treats like apple pies and strudels, gingerbread cookies, eggnog and roasting nuts, as well as a delicious array of flavored popcorns, roasted nuts, waffles with ice cream, fruitfilled crepes, rustic sandwiches, homemade potato chips and Starbucks coffees and hot chocolate. • Enjoy a nostalgic white Christmas – in Florida! – in Christmas Town Park. Guests can experience real, frozen snowdrifts in the Show Wonderland snow play area, meander among quaint cabin shops, pose for pictures with strolling snowmen, and finish

off the night with an exclusive concert with the Grammy Award-winning group Jars of Clay. And while Christmas Town will offer guests the opportunity to ride some of Busch Gardens’ most popular roller coasters, including Cheetah Hunt, SheiKra and Gwazi, the special event will also offer some equally special rides and attractions exclusive to the nighttime experience: • All aboard the Christmas Town Express for the biggest Christmas carol sing-a-long on wheels! Friends and family are invited join in singing traditional songs of the season like “Jingle Bells,” “Frosty the Snowman” and “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” while circling the park on a beautifully lit vintage-style steam locomotive. • The Claus family invites you into their North Pole home at Welcome to Santa’s House. While the elves are busy preparing for Christmas, Mrs. Claus is in the kitchen baking holiday treats, but even Santa himself will take a break from his busy holiday schedule to meet and take photos with families in his private study. • Straight from the South Pole, the Christmas Town Penguins have brought a bit of ice and snow all the way to Florida! Come chill with these dapper little creatures and marvel at their underwater antics at the penguin habitat, located near Candy Cane Lane in the Nairobi area. Guests who have come to love Busch Gardens’ traditional holiday shows will still be able to see Christmas on Ice, Christmas from the Heart and Christmas Celebration during the day. But at Christmas Town, new shows and surprise guests who will provide a very special evening of family-friendly entertainment: • Busch Gardens’ Crown Colony House restaurant sets the stage for a stunning ballet of music and light each night under the stars. The Carol of the Bells features tens of thousands of Christmas lights covering the façade of the stately building, set in motion to a choreographed presentation of stirring seasonal songs. • World-class skaters will bring to life favorite Christmas songs both traditional and contemporary, in a cool, all-new snowinspired ice show, produced especially for Christmas Town by the creators of Christmas on Ice and Iceploration.

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• Jimmy Osmond’s Christmas Jukebox features Jimmy Osmond and his family singing favorite Christmas tunes and sharing special holiday memories each night in the Stanleyville Theater. In the true spirit of Christmas, Busch Gardens is joining Jimmy in his work with the Children’s Miracle Network, and will be making a donation to local Tampa Bay-area kids in need. • Grammy Award-winning contemporary Christian artists Jars of Clay will provide an uplifting finale each evening with an exclusive concert in Gwazi Park. Performing both original hits and holiday favorites, the group will send guests on their way with music in their hearts and the spirit of Christmas in their souls. For those who can’t wait to get their night at Christmas Town started, guests are invited to pull up a chair at Mrs. Claus’ Family Feast for a special evening filled with stories, songs, a delicious buffet of traditional holiday fare, plenty of opportunities for holiday hugs and photos with Mrs. Claus and her favorite elves, and exclusive no-wait access to Welcome to Santa’s House and Snow Wonderland after dinner. “When Christmas Town opens in November, it will be the beginning of a unique holiday tradition for Tampa Bay area,” says Jim Dean, Busch Gardens Tampa’s park president. “We are creating a season-long celebration for family and friends unlike any other event our guests have ever seen – the kind of Christmas fun only Busch Gardens can provide.” Similar to the park’s popular Halloween event, Christmas Town will be a separateticketed night event, and regular daytime admission is not required or included. General admission for Christmas Town is $39.99 plus tax. Busch Gardens annual pass members will receive the deepest discounts, and special offers are available for guests wishing to upgrade their paid daily admission to Busch Gardens and through promotional codes from select retail partners. Families with children ages 3 to 9 will enjoy a special advance-purchase price of $9.99 for their youngest members. Christmas Town will also offer some magnificent new opportunities for groups looking to book a unique holiday party. For details, call the Busch Gardens Events Team at 813987-5523..<

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In Case You Missed It Style Events, News & Gossip from Around the City By Samantha Millgate Read more at: StyleToMe.com

“True to their promise, the commemoration packed the Suite Six on Central Avenue with delicious cocktails, mouthwatering appetizers, and nonstop entertainment.” STYLETOME.COM

> The month of November may have been riddled with long poll lines and brisk temperatures, but Tampa’s local events were hot! From the chic VIP Event to the tranquil Chillounge night, the Bay was full of stylish pursuits and exciting surprises. November 8th belonged to none other than Hot 101.5’s newest edition, Jayde Donovan. Along with the unveiling of her on our November Tampa Style Cover, Jayde burned up the VIP celebration in Downtown Tampa. Tampa Style and the radio station created an invitation only affair for the on-air personality that had everyone buzzing about her eye-catching beauty and infectious charm. True to their promise, the commemoration packed the Suite Six on Central Avenue with delicious cocktails, mouthwatering appetizers, and nonstop entertainment. Tampa’s newest hotspot The Kitchen provided an assortment of refreshments to partygoers as they gazed at Tampa Style Magazine’s cover with awe. The event was exhilarating for all who have followed her flourishing career and expanding personal success. Jayde Donovan wasn’t the only celebrity roaming the streets of Tampa this month; Regina Spektor brought a little of that NYC café soul to Ruth Eckerd Hall on November 15th. Her latest tour focused on the cleverly titled album “What We Saw from the Cheap Seats,” a collection of anti-folk songs that includes the album’s first hit “All the Rowboats” and her newest single “Don’t Leave Me.” Her original lyrics and expert piano playing enticed the audience to singa-long to the lyrics responsible for the sold out crowd at New York’s reputable Radio City Music Hall. Continuing with the theme of relaxing harmony, North Straub Park hosted St. Petersburg’s Annual Bert Smith Chillounge Night on November 17th. The South Beach style lounge furniture allowed for a comfortable seat to the events’ tal-

ented live bands, trendy Brandi Kramer Image Design Studio fashion show, vibrant Brazilian Samba Parade, and Gold & Diamond Source’s glowing fireworks display. The weather permitted cuddling under the stars in this unique outdoor party to benefit the Creative Clay and The Woodson Museum. The overall mood promoted excitement, entertainment, and excellence. The edge of elegance has come to the Bank of America building in downtown St. Petersburg. Bacchanalia 2012s exhibit was the place to be on November 10th, where we stuffed ourselves full of delicious dinner items from Chives Innovative Catering, Central Avenue Oyster Bar, and sweet treats by Linda’s Sugar Shack. Like any stylish event, a fashion show added to the ambiance of the evening, showcasing items from Cache’s repertoire. The night was a celebration of fashion and local vendors throughout the Tampa area. November wouldn’t be November without a little bit of turkey. Over 16,000 runners participated in the Tampa Bay Times Turkey Trot this month at Clearwater High School’s Jack White stadium. The Turkey Trot hosted races for everyone, earning it the title of biggest running event in the Tampa Bay area. Competitive runners vied for first, second, and third place trophies in the Wingding 5k and 10k Turkey Trot while the one mile gobbler awarded the first place winning man and woman. Hundreds of runners took time out of their turkey baking duties to benefit the West Florida Y Runners Club Scholarship Programs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Pinellas County, and the Children’s Heart Foundation early Thanksgiving day. Charity was in the air this November and everyone was eager to give thanks. < Know of a Not-To-Be Missed Event? Do Tell!


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Vintage Clothing is Never Out of Style! By Ro Martinez Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> “If you purchase at yard sales, thrift shops, consignment stores, or borrow from friends and family, the cost is considerably reduced. Fashion repeats itself. Even stars that can certainly afford to purchase new, buy used for the “vintage look.” You can, too. The key is to think of creative ways to cut costs.” Although there has always been some demand for old and secondhand clothing, the awareness, demand and acceptance of it has increased dramatically since the early 1990s. This increase in interest is due in part to greater visibility, as vintage clothing has been increasingly worn by celebrities including Julia Roberts, Chloe Sevigny, Kate Moss, and Dita von Teese. There has also been a rising awareness of environmental sustainability. People are looking for ways to reuse, recycle and repair rather than throwing things away. Buying vintage is a way of recycling.You reduce the trash that ends up filling our landfills and give new life to an otherwise discarded item. Vintage clothing allows you to cut spending without sacrificing style. It is sought after by young people, college students and people of all walks of life because of the low cost. They are wearing vintage pieces to school, parties and dates. Purchasing vintage at garage sales, estate sales and consignment stores is a way to have great style while reducing your wardrobe expense. Vintage can also come from your mother or grandmother’s closet, entirely eliminating the need to make a purchase. My mother’s old tops are my favorites, not just because of the great style, but because they belonged to her before me. She taught me to take pride in the way I look and to this day she continues to have great style. Like many seniors, she continues to wear some vintage pieces and holds onto them for as long as she can. If you have older pieces, reach in the back of your closet and enjoy some favorites again. Styles have a way of resurfacing. Some of the current styles, such as swing jackets, a-line dresses and peasant tops, have a vintage flair. Without even knowing it, young people are purchasing styles that may have been worn by their grandmothers.

Where can you purchase vintage clothing? Internet – Useful for those who collect vintage clothing for display or those who plan on getting much use out of it. Sites like Etsy, Ebay and

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Craigslist are good sites to use for help in your search. The photos will help you decide and the detailed descriptions make shopping painless. Antique shops – If you have never been to an antique shop you are in for a treat. Sections are organized as living spaces, giving you an idea of furniture placement. The clothing is displayed to mimic old dressing rooms or dressing areas.You may pay a premium price for higher quality vintage clothing and the additional service you receive. Estate sales – Often an older person’s entire wardrobe is for sale along with shoes and handbags. Someone else has done the work of finding coordinating pieces and you get to enjoy purchasing them at low prices because the person holding the sale has so much to sell in a short period of time. Yard sales – Clothing sold at yard sales often no longer fits or was inherited. The prices often run between $.25-1.00. Although you don’t get to try them on, if they don’t fit you have not invested much money and can donate them for someone else to benefit from your find. Thrift shops – Searching for bargains in a thrift shop can be overwhelming, so give yourself enough time to go through several racks. Everything is mixed in; vintage with modern, summer with fall, etc. Make a list of what you want to purchase and give yourself a time limit; say two hours. Don’t get frustrated if you don’t find what you are looking for the first time. Vintage clothing is an easy to wear classic style that can be elegant and very affordable. It can be combined with new fashions and mixed in to look just as fresh as when it was new.Years ago, wearing this style meant your clothes were dated or you could not afford new and had to shop in secondhand stores. Not so today. We wear vintage by choice and enjoy hunting for that perfect piece. Searching for that one-of-a-kind piece may take time but it is well worth it when you create your own look. I have mentioned many rewards to wearing vintage clothing and the best part is that you won’t bump into anyone else wearing the same thing at an important event.

Modern Appeal Imagining who may have worn it before me keeps me a fan of vintage clothing. Was it made for a special occasion? Was it handed down from mother to daughter or from sister to sister? Its appeal is more than just saving money. It’s the unique style that is timeless. Vintage is reminiscent of an era whose women, such as Ingrid Bergman and Jackie O, were famous for their talent but also their classic style. “People are drawn to vintage clothing because they can find oneof-a-kind items with solid construction and attention to detail often not readily found in contemporary fashions. There is also a sense of history, art and soul represented in pieces from the past. And, for many, the green aspect of recycling and re-using, rather than discarding and making new, is very appealing,” said Sherry King, owner of YesterDaze Vintage Clothing & Antiques. For others the appeal is: “I love the ‘50s and ‘60s era. The style was so versatile. High-waist pants with lace tops and Mary Jane shoes. Or you can go dressy with a laced dress and a laced bucket hat. Today’s fashion accessories bring that style back with a current flair. Long necklaces, fashion pearls, decorative headbands and shoes!”

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“To be original, not everyone will wear it. I think there is a story behind it and it’s fun to search for it. Vintage is classier and I feel good wearing it. It’s also a twist on recycling when most people think of plastic, paper and cans.” Amanda Duffy – Student “The history that surrounds vintage things. I can use unique, one-of-a-kind pieces to create a unique style of my own. The thrill of hunting for something different and finding a good deal in a thrift shop is fun.” Karen Benton – Collector and Business Owner< Photos by: Angela Mann Photography: 727-518-4977 Makeup by: Megan (black top). Ro Martinez: www.modelingatanyage.net Karissa (corset). Crystal Lockinour: www.thecolorsuite.com Fashions provided by: Vintage corset-Wicked Threads Wardrobe Styling: 727-510-5936 Skirt-Punk Betty: www.punkrockbettyonline.com Black top and printed pants-Ro’s private collection

Kayla Gepp – Model “This style has become unusual to our modern days so it generates conversation when you wear vintage pieces. An added plus is that we know styles will come back around; it’s all on a cycle. What goes around comes around.” Jullianne Olds – Model “The classiness of it and the ability to mix other simple and accessory styles with it. As a little girl I watched Audrey Hepburn on the big screen. She was strikingly beautiful and it had an impact on me. Although she inspired me, I wear vintage clothing inevitably to create my own style.” Marilou Matthews – Massage Therapist

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Paul Smith ‘Barrick’ Sunglasses These stylish Aviator Sunglasses are double-bridge aviator sunglasses with gradient lenses and made in Italy. They offer 100% UV protection and adjustable nose pads for your comfort. Available in color Moss Green. Retail $310. www.nordstrom.com

Cole Haan Oxfords These Air Madision Wingtip Oxfords are made of soft hand-burnished calfskin with concealed Nike Air Technology. This stylish shoe has a burnished leather outsole and fully lined in leather. Available in British Tan Calf, retail $248. www.bloomingdale.com

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“It is around this time of year where you can identify most with the big names and faces of Hollywood. Their main priority, just as ours, is spending time with their loved ones and ringing in the New Year as a family.” By Alyssa Thomann

> Autumn has come and gone, the leaves have turned every hue of orange and fallen along the ground. Winter has taken its place, bringing blankets of white, velvety snow to prepare us for the holiday season. The front lawns are filled with the laughter of children making snowmen. Or at least that is what people tell me the changing of the seasons is like. I suppose I may have embellished the reality of that scenario a bit. But, a Florida girl can dream right? It would be nice to see the changing of the seasons around here this time of year… however, no matter what the weather or where you are, the holidays are about one thing- spending time with those you love and cherish most. It is around this time of year where you can identify most with the big names and faces of Hollywood.Their main priority, just as ours, is spending time with their loved ones and ringing in the New Year as a family. Let’s see what our stars have in store for the holidays.You might be surprised at just how similar your holiday plans may be. This year will mark the first holiday season Heidi Klum and Seal spend apart. Project Runway host and German supermodel, Heidi Klum had been married to British R&B artist, Seal, for seven years before their split in April. However, do not let this get you down, Heidi lovers, because Heidi Klum will not be lonely this Christmas. This 39-year-old supermodel mama has already got her holiday planned out and it consists of her four beautiful children and that magical place called Disneyland. Heidi has revealed that this year the holidays will be spent here in the states in their home in Los Angeles. She plans on getting a big Christmas tree for her and her children, Henry, Lou, Johan and Leni, as well as possibly taking a trip to Disneyland, the happiest place on Earth. Klum has always wanted a big family and with four children, she was lucky

enough to get one. Heidi explains how precious her family is to her and for the holidays the most important thing is that they are all together. We can also expect a new face to be joining the Klum family this Christmas. Long-term bodyguard turned boyfriend, Martin Kirsten, will also be participating in the family festivities for the first time this year. It seems that taking on the first post-split holiday season this year should be a breeze for Heidi with such a loving family around to get her through. While we are on the topic of big families, we must not forget about the JoliePitt family. They’re Christmas plans will be spent together in their home across the pond, in London, UK. Both stars are busy working on several new films this holiday season bringing them to reside in London for the time being where Brad can film upcoming films, World War Z and The Counselor and Angelina can stay busy shooting her star role in Disney’s, Maleficent. The star couple has made a pact to never work at the same time. Therefore, while Angie is on location working, Brad is at home tending to the house and children. It seems his alone time playing Mr. Mom has helped him cook up some ideas for Christmas this year. Brad Pitt has asked British celebrity chef and dear friend, Jamie Oliver, to help him prepare dinner this Christmas for Angelina and their six children. The two have been friends since Brad was married to Jennifer Aniston, and he is still a close friend of the family that Angelina likes very much as well. Jamie Oliver is a British celebrity chef, restaurateur, and media personality. He is known for several food-oriented television shows, such as The Naked Chef, Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals and Jamie’s Dream School, as well as numerous cookbooks and most recently his campaign against serving processed foods in national schools. He is a strong advocate of healthy diets

and he strives to improve poor cooking habits. It seems he is the perfect candidate to help the Jolie-Pitt family enjoy a delicious Christmas dinner at home. Brad reportedly has already asked and received cooking lessons from Jamie after realizing that taking out six children for dinner every night was no longer fun but more like a mission. He concluded that it would be much easier for him to cook for them in the comfort of his own home. However, it seems the personal cooking lessons were not a success and Pitt is still struggling with the culinary arts. No worries though, papa Pitt, Jamie Oliver has come to your rescue. Christmas dinner is saved!<

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> When celebrity Chef Donna Scala rides her Vespa over the rolling hills of Napa Valley she loves taking a deep breath of Mother Nature‘s perfume.Trees plump with fruits and vines ripe with grapes permeate the Northern California air and work like an aphrodisiac on Chef Scala’s culinary libido. “It inspires me! The smell of food is inspirational. It’s in your blood, you know, it’s kind of like… like… it‘s just…” She doesn’t finish the sentence but flashes a bright smile that lights up her eyes as she stares at the ceiling, probing her brain for the right words. Her cheeks even start to flush and I could feel a subtle energy radiating from her thoughts. It almost looked like she was thinking back on the last chapter she read in 50 Shades of Grey; I thought to myself, “I’ll have what she‘s having.” “When you inundate yourself with food,” she continues, “and you’re surrounded by all the flavors and smells, you just breathe it in and it comes out of your pores.” Yes, Scala is definitely in love, and food is her amour; it adds zest to the main course of her life and a passion like that isn’t easy to sum up in a few words. To truly understand it you have to experience it, and the closest you can get is at La Luce restaurant at Hilton Bonnet Creek Resort.

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To walk into the restaurant is to walk into the creative recesses of Chef Scala’s cultivated mind. She handpicked and designed everything. The cozy down pillows that line the booths were made by a friend in Sonoma, California. The long, brown walnut tables add a communal touch reminiscent of old-fashioned Italian dining.The paintings on the wall are done by famous artist Wade Hofer, and there’s even chalk artwork… drawn on actual chalkboards! An artist comes in several times a year to sketch out brilliant Italian-style sceneries that hang in the restaurant for a few months. Then - in what could be considered a moment of unfathomable insanity - the artist wipes the chalkboard clean of his masterpiece and starts over on a new one. Obviously Chef Scala loves to change things up. But perhaps the most stunning aspect of La Luce’s design is the floor-to-ceiling windows that face west. La Luce is Italian for ‘the light’, a fitting name for a restaurant that has front-row seats to the daily sunsets that cast stunning pink and orange hues over Orlando.

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If this much attention to detail is paid to the décor, you can only imagine what Chef Scala does with the food. She grew up in the restaurant and hotel business so her experience and training began in her childhood and blossomed into a full-fledged calling by the time she was 28 years old. She had dabbled in fashion and retail but it wasn’t until she moved to France to study the culture that she realized food was in her blood. She splits her time now between her restaurant Bistro Don Giovanni in Napa Valley, California, and La Luce in Orlando where her head chef of 20 years, Alberto Navarette, uses his remarkable talent to lead the kitchen team.

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“I love to feed people,” Scala says, “which is why I’m in the industry, it’s fun to know your customers and their palette.


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People traditionally come in and like to eat the same thing so I often send new dishes to their table on the house. My idea of public relations is to feed people and give some of the food away just to introduce them to new flavors.” And those flavors are an exotic culmination of decades of traveling to every corner of Italy and taste-testing the different regional infusions. Together with her Italian-born husband she spends several weeks a year traveling and studying her craft. She samples the pesto in Genoa, the truffles in Piemonte, the tomato sauces in Naples, and even the buffalo mozzarella from the Isle of Capri, flavored by the fertile soil of Mt.Vesuvius.

“The butterscotch is made with real 12-year-old Macallan scotch and the pudding is a thick, creamy mixture of heavenly sweetness that even a choir of doe-eyed cherubs couldn’t replicate in a song. I’m not exaggerating”! “The hard rock that was formed from the ashes of Mt.Vesuvius actually has moisture in it allowing plants and grass to grow,” Scala explains. “The volcanic soil is rich with nutrients giving anything that grows on it a slightly different flavor.The cows that graze on the grass also produce milk that is flavored with a tanginess similar to goat’s milk.” During her travels Scala also met a mother and grandmother who run a family-owned pasta factory using only organic flour found in the village of Poleo, Italy. It is from here where she imports all of her pasta, making it quite literally pasta you can’t get anywhere in Orlando.

“Hilton and Waldorf are great because they allow me the privilege of importing pastas and spices from Italy so that people can be exposed to different ingredients,” she says, but while some items are shipped from overseas, the majority of La Luce’s kitchen is stocked with goods from local farmers. She is a big proponent of organic eating, believing that putting healthier foods in your body will - gasp - make you healthier.

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1.5 oz Woodford Reserve bourbon 1 oz maple syrup 2 tsp applesauce Pour over ice. Enjoy! From our new dinner menu: Ricotta Gnocchi with Gorgonzola Dolce Cream Sauce We use ricotta gnocchi, but this dish will work with almost any pasta. Gorgonzola Cream Sauce: 3 cups heavy cream 1 lb Gorgonzola Dolce cheese 1 pinch grated nutmeg ½ cup mascarpone cheese 1 tbsp toasted walnuts Black pepper Method: In stainless pot bring cream to a boil Add Gorgonzola to cream in small chunks while whisking Once all Gorgonzola is melted, add mascarpone by stirring in Sir in nutmeg and season with salt and pepper to taste Serve over Gnocchi (or your favorite pasta) and sprinkle with walnuts and black pepper Buon Appetito!!

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Holiday Thoughts By Megan Hyde Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> With another Thanksgiving come and gone, it is important to maintain a sense of thankfulness into the next month. Many days are spent in chaos, as more back-toback holidays lie on the horizon and it may be easy for peace on earth to evade you.We all are guilty to get ahead of ourselves and become consumed by the anticipation of more times to eat, drink, and be merry. It’s quite simple to find yourself running around babbling about finding that last item you just know Uncle John has to have. Or you get halfway through ‘your most successful shopping excursion yet,’ to realize you haven’t had a decent meal since Thanksgiving because you just can’t slow down long enough to do so. Neither scenario is exactly ideal. Though tough, it’s important to really embrace healthy lifestyles this time of year, since there will be plenty of times that are going to be absolute madness, without your consent. Now this isn’t to say you should not enjoy bringing delight to those you care for, you just don’t want to find yourself incoherently stumbling into a new year vowing ‘next year they’re all getting gift cards to Target’! You don’t want this run, shop, scream, claw, crash, burn and sleep it off method, not this year; there are far better ways to keep your happy holiday momentum going without having to lie sprawled out on grandma’s living room floor, watching intensely for the last reaction of the awesome gift you waited in line 17 hours for. Let’s cover a few tips to ensure holiday happiness versus holiday hatred. The days leading up to the holidays is about pace, endurance and again, maintaining a

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thankful attitude. A great way to not get too far ahead of one’s self is to not overindulge too soon. This means, there is not really a strong enough reason to live off of pumpkin spice lattes trying to convince yourself the pumpkin is contributing to your daily serving of vegetables. Try to stop for a sandwich at the coffee shop too; Starbucks even has pre-made Bistro Boxes in all varieties and each are rated very well on proper serving size. This will allow sense to be added back to your mindset before you hit the next presale. When you have a balanced meal, you think straight and can count how many stocking stuffers you really need. Food is obviously a very big deal during the month of December. Everyone you know seems to have that special recipe they only cook/bake/stuff/roast this time of year. Naturally, because of thinking you’ll never see this person again or their infamous cheese truffles, we tend to overdo it. While indulgence in moderation is perfectly acceptable, creating yet again a new approach to food group balance is not the best choice one can make. Be mindful of this when Susan at work brings in the fifth tray of yogurt, chocolate balls. Just because they’re in the break room when you are, try to limit the amount you fit into your mouth. Less is more. Leading in closer to the happy days, it’s a good idea to adhere to the same practices that are helpful to prepare for Thanksgiving feasts. Everything from eating smaller portions that are veggie and protein heavy; keeping up healthy workouts and stretching, possibly yoga; and drinking plenty of water are all great ways to ensure you don’t

find yourself wishing away the existence of mashed potatoes after the initial sit down to a holiday meal. As for when the big day arrives, it’s time to show your appreciation and understanding of how to maintain your ability to not slide under the table in a ball with your knees at your neck. Number one suggestion here is simple: don’t push it. When you start to fill full from even appetizers, depending on your traditions, walk away. In fact, as long as you’re moving still, go for a walk. Get out and go; your good cheer to listen to Aunt Linda and the reasons she loves Pilates will be refreshed once around the block. Resting is important as well to the success of any holiday event. It is a good idea to cat nap and rejuvenate for 20-30 minutes to become restored for other aspects of the day. Once the last dishes have been washed and put away, the stockings are flat and ready to be rolled up to be put back in the attic, this is a great time to possibly incorporate new traditions into your yearly routine. Find a board game, chase the young kids outside in an old-fashioned hide and seek moment, or simply sit down with your niece and learn how to make those knotted bracelets she gives out each year. Finding something like these ideas will create different memories and new insight for a new year. Happy holidays to all and to all a good season! <


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When Foreclosure Follows Divorce By Steven D. Kramer Read more at: StyleToMe.com

“Divorce on its own can be a harrowing experience; facing a foreclosure lawsuit with your former spouse can be equally traumatic, especially if it is unexpected.” > At the conclusion of a divorce, most individuals expect a measure of closure. However, many people find themselves back in court, fighting a foreclosure lawsuit on a home they do not own, alongside the last person they probably want to see- their exspouse.

Marital Homes are usually the greatest asset and the greatest liability at stake in a divorce. In good times, dealing with the marital home is much easier than in the current real estate market.  Generally when a home has equity, divorcing couples may either sell the home and divide the profits, or they may refinance the home and remove the other spouse from the note and mortgage.  In the current housing market where many homes are underwater, couples have limited choices when dealing with the marital home in a divorce.   Couples cannot simply sell the home, because they would owe money at the closing.   Couples also are finding it is very difficult to refinance a home that is underwater.   At present, in many divorces one spouse will quit claim their interest in the marital home to the other spouse.  Perhaps out of wishful thinking, denial, or simply bad legal advice, many people hope that by executing a quitclaim deed and surrendering ownership in the home to their spouse, they will be relieved from liability.  Unfortunately for homeowners, when a bank sues for foreclosure, the bank is not interested in how a divorce settlement panned out, or whose name is on the deed, the bank is interested

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in collecting money. The bank attempts to collect money by filing foreclosure and forcing the sale of the home at auction. After the auction, the bank may pursue borrowers for a deficiency judgment, which is the difference between the amount of the loan and the value of the home. Because the bank will pursue anyone obligated under a note regardless of a divorce or settlement, unsuspecting individuals often find themselves facing foreclosure after divorce on a home they neither live in, nor own.   Many divorce settlements require the spouse receiving the property to refinance the property in their name alone, thus releasing the other spouse from future liability. While refinancing is a promising idea, the reality too often is that refinancing is simply not an option because of a variety of factors. Some of the factors that prevent refinancing include the house being underwater, or the borrower’s credit score or income being too low. When dealing with an upside down property, couples should examine other options or create contingencies that will trigger automatically in the event that the house cannot be refinanced. One option to deal with an upside down property is requiring the parties to engage in loss mitigation like a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, where the bank accepts a deed in lieu of foreclosure and releases the parties from some or all liability.  Another option is requiring the property be listed for short sale. In a short sale, the bank generally accepts less than is owed on the property at

sale. Property owners should never close on a short sale without understanding their liability to the bank following the sale.    In the event that the bank pursues a foreclosure on the property, another type of loss mitigation is a consent judgment.   In a consent judgment, the bank generally releases the parties from liability and obtains an in rem judgment, which is a judgment against the property itself rather than the borrowers. The parties should also address potential tax liability relating to any debt forgiveness by the bank.   Divorce on its own can be a harrowing experience; facing a foreclosure lawsuit with your former spouse can be equally as traumatic, especially if it is unexpected. This trauma is avoidable by working with an experienced attorney and planning ahead. Planning ahead insures against devastating surprises, reduces the opportunity for future conflict between spouses, and provides contingencies to protect against future liability. < Steven D. Kramer advises and represents numerous individuals, small businesses and major corporations as managing partner of the Kramer Law Firm. In addition to his Juris Doctor, Mr. Kramer earned a Certificate in Intellectual Property from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and a Certificate in Small Business Leadership from Harvard Business School. Mr. Kramer was recently included in Florida’s Best Lawyers (2013 Ed.) and in the Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White 2012, 2013).


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Nicholas J. Russell, CRPC CHARTERED RETIREMENT PLANNING COUNSELOR Photo By: Steven Miller

> Nick grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Finance. In addition to co-founding Sunrise Wealth Advisors, Inc., Nick specializes in helping busy professionals, doctors, small business owners, and retirees to work toward building wealth and protecting the wealth they have established. His areas of knowledge and expertise span over many services, such as Retirement Planning, Wealth Management, Estate and Tax Planning, Insurance, and much more. Nickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s other interests include spending time with his family and friends golfing, attending concerts, and rooting for his favorite sports teams. Go Hokies! Go Magic! WHAT DRIVES YOU AS A FINANCIAL ADVISOR?

Nicholas J. Russell, CRPC Founding Partner Sunrise Wealth Advisors 6052 Turkey Lake Road, Ste. 101 Orlando, FL 32819 P:407-237-0117 C:407-754-5828 F:407-237-0118 nrussell@sunrisewealthadvisors.com www.sunrisewealthadvisors.com

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I am extremely passionate about what I do, primarily, because my experience allows me to help people accomplish something they have great difficulty doing on their own. I get a great deal of personal satisfaction helping my clients achieve their financial goals such as growing or selling their business, helping develop and secure their retirement portfolio and assuring that their family is well protected. Even with the recent economic issues, changing tax laws and volatile markets, I am able to help my clients navigate through their options so that they can plan for the retirement of their dreams. I enjoy and embrace a challenge and am grateful to have the trust of my clients to handle their complex financial matters. In short, I love what I do and cannot imagine doing

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anything else. I am proud to be a trusted financial advisor, consultant and friend to my clients. WHAT IS ONE OF YOUR MOST MEMORABLE CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS?

One of the most memorable impacts I have had has been with a loyal client of mine. He first came to me looking for advice on a retirement plan and group insurance for his employees. I was able to create a custom plan that covered everything including establishing a 401(k) plan and selecting group health, disability and life insurance for all of his employees. The plan I selected not only benefited his employees greatly, but also benefited him as a business owner. Being an independent financial advisor, I was able to use products and services from a variety of different companies. The benefit of selecting an independent financial advisor is that we can choose the companies we want to do business with, which in turn assures that my clients will get the products and services that make the most sense for their unique situation. In 2011, this particular client had an offer to sell his business. He sought me out immediately to assist in negotiating the terms of the sale. Upon the sale of the business I had the opportunity to work hand and hand with this gentleman and his family to create a retirement income strategy and secure an estate plan for his assets and family. < Actual investment results may be more or less than those shown. This does not represent any specific product and/or service.


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DUI - BY MARK L. HORWITZ

> The holiday season is upon us with celebrations, parties, and alcohol. Hopefully, the festivities will not include a DUI. The need for a designated driver is especially important at this time of the year.

An arrest for DUI is serious. The first conviction is a misdemeanor and a 6 month loss of your driver’s licence. If a driver refuses the breath test, it is a 1 year suspension. A third arrest for DUI within 10 years is a felony. Breath testing is a widely used method to determine the alcohol level of those suspected of DUI. Florida uses the Intoxilyzer 8000. Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz, P.A. 17 East Pine Street Orlando, FL 32801 P: 407-843-7733 F: 407-849-1321 mark@mlhorwitzlaw.com www.mlhoriwtzlaw.com

constant temperature of 34 degrees centigrade. Studies have shown that breath temperature can vary by over 4 degrees. Test results will not be accurate unless the person’s breath temperature is 34 degrees centigrade. The longer a breath is held in the lungs, the warmer the exhaled breath will be. Every degree above 34 degrees, of the exhaled breath, causes the breath alcohol content to be overstated 6.5% by the Intoxilyzer 8000. If the breath is even 1 degree above 34 degrees centigrade, the Intoxilyzer 8000 may incorrectly indicate that the person is over the legal limit and therefore, DUI.<

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TRAVEL & DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS BY CHARLES S.C. GARNETTE, M.D., F.A.C.S.

> After a consensus meeting in 2001, the World Health Organization published their conclusions agreeing that “an association probably exists between air travel and venous thrombosis.”

Charles S.C. Garnette, M.D., F.A.C.S. Board Certified in Vascular Surgery Vascular Surgery & Vein Care Center 7412 Docs Grove Circle Orlando, FL 32819 P: 407-363-7760 F: 407-363-7473 www.orlandoveins.com

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Deep vein thrombosis, also known as DVT, is a medical condition resulting from formation of a blood clot within a fairly large vein in the body. They typically form in the veins of the pelvis, thigh or lower leg, but can also develop in other parts of the body. If left untreated, deep vein thrombosis may result in significant health complications and possible death. Pulmonary embolism occurs when a deep vein

thrombus breaks free and travels to the lungs where it can obstruct blood flow and can be fatal. Signs and symptoms of DVT can include pain, swelling, tenderness and discoloration of the affected limb. Deep vein thrombosis is a medical emergency. It can however be silent and go undiagnosed. DVT is known to affect frequent flyers and travelers due to prolonged periods of immobility while sitting in a car or an airplane. The risk of developing DVT during travel is low. However, the risk increases if you are sitting for more than three to four hours at a time while driv-

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> In previous issues we have discussed a variety of dental treatments. Implants are the buzz word for replacement of missing teeth in many patients. As simple as it sounds to screw or place an implant in ones jaw and then place a tooth or teeth into that implant or implants it is critical that attention to detail be followed. Teeth can be lost for many reasons. Whether it is due to decay, injury, age or structural defects, when a front tooth is lost, your smile just isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the same. In the past, the only option for replacing a missing tooth was a bridge or dentures, both of which were often uncomfortable and not esthetically pleasing. Dental implants are now a successful and predictable method of replacing lost teeth. In fact, dental implants are so close in appearance to natural teeth that even the front teeth can be replaced with superior esthetic results.

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Because a dental implant will replace your tooth root, the bone is better preserved. With other restorations, some of the bone that previously surrounded the tooth begins to deteriorate. In the long term, a single implant can be more esthetic and easier to keep clean than a bridge or a denture. The dental implant consists of three parts: the titanium screw, an abutment (the connection between the crown and the implant) and a crown (the new tooth). During the first treatment, your periodontist or oral surgeon will insert the screw and place a temporary. After about three months, your general dentist will place an abutment and attach a permanent crown to the implant. The entire process is minimally invasive and most patients experience little or no discomfort.

Here is an example of the team effort at work in providing function and optimum esthetics for our patient.

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In closing as a general dentist it is imperative that I work with a team of experts and these professionals are part of my team. Charles Mc Namara D.M.D. Oral & Facial Surgeons of Mid-Florida 407 644-0224 Winter Park 407 774-3399 Longwood 407 843-1670 Orlando www.ofsmidfl.com

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> “Bruno Mars is a 13-time Grammy Award nominee whose debut album has been certified 39x platinum worldwide, has sold over 45 million singles worldwide, and has over 1 billion views on YouTube.” Well if that’s not an impressive way to start off your biography, then I don’t know what is. These opening words of Bruno Mars’ official “About Me” are especially amazing when you consider the fact that Mars’ is just 25 years old. He has reached an incredible amount of success at such a young age and with the upcoming release of his second studio album, it’s clear that he has no plans of stopping. On December 11th, Mars releases Unorthodox Jukebox and shows the world just how much fun “untraditional” can be. The multitalented singer, songwriter, producer and musician we know as Bruno Mars was born Peter Gene Hernandez in the beautiful island of Hawaii on October 8, 1985. His father nicknamed him “Bruno” at the age of two because of his resemblance to professional wrestler Bruno Sammartino. It was clear from an early age, that Mars’ had an incredible passion and talent for music. He was just a toddler when he began impersonating Elvis Presley on stage alongside an uncle and with the help of his musical family, Mars was regularly performing on stage nightly by the age of 4. Soon he proudly claimed the title of world’s youngest Elvis impersonator. Mars’ was a hit in his hometown and the locals loved to watch him perform, but they weren’t the only ones benefiting from these shows. These nightly performances helped Mars’ to further develop his passion for performance and music. He had all the right ingredients for success and after graduating high school, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams of building a career as a performer.

Bruno Mars He’s back with a brand new album and ready to take over the airwaves again! By Riesa Pascal Read more at: StyleToMe.com

Doo-Wops & Hooligans birthed four mega-hits and was called “nearperfect” by Rolling Stone. The album won Mars’ numerous awards and in 2011, he was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people

Get ready to fill those MP3 Players. Check out this list of albums to watch out for this month.

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Not long after, Mars co-founded The Smeezingtons, a songwriting-production team and began writing hit after hit song for various artists including Cee-lo’s record breaking “F**k You” and the summer 2010 hits, “Billionaire” by Travie McCoy and B.o.B’s “Nothing On You.” In addition to lyrics, “Billionaire” and “Nothing On You” also featured vocals by Mars’ that further helped his push for a career as a solo musician. All that pushing finally paid off in October 2010 when Mars’ released his debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligans.

Hinder Album:Welcome to the Freakshow

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in the world. The success of Doo-Wops & Hooligans reached far wide and opened up many other opportunities for Mars’ career such as a photo shoot spread for GQ Magazine and multiple songs featured in the hit TV show “Glee.” Mars’ even created the hit song “It Will Rain” which appeared in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 movie. This track became Mars’ 11th top 10 single, but Unorthodox Jukebox is sure to bring him many more. In early October Mars released “Locked Out Of Heaven,” his first brand new single from the new album and it didn’t take long for other stars to begin praising the addicting song. Desperate Housewives’ Eva Longoria admitting that she became “obsessed” with ‘Locked Out Of Heaven’ after its release. Probably Mars’ most greatly appreciated words of praise came from none other than “Born This Way” star Lady Gaga who sent this noteworthy tweet:

@BrunoMars Locked Out Of Heaven is one of the best pop songs in ages.You killed it.” With the songs release, October became quite the busy month for Mars’ and it ended with him hosting and performing for Saturday Night Live in New York City. On SNL the “Lazy Song” star not only got to make millions laugh at his comedic skills, but he was also able to perform “Locked Out of Heaven” live for the first time and unveil a brand new song, “Young Girls,” which comes straight from Mars’ highly anticipated album. Bruno Mars thinks you’re amazing just the way you are and we think he’s pretty amazing as well. He’s come further in just a few short years than most musicians will ever come in their lifetime. We can’t wait to see where Mars’ career will lead him in the future. Maybe he’ll return to the big screen where he made a cameo appearance in

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“He had all the right ingredients for success and after graduating high school, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams of building a career as a performer.”

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Tracy Canning, P.A., C.D.P.E. Thomas Lynne Properties, LLC Photo by Steven Miller

> Tracy was born and raised in Huber Heights (Dayton), Ohio. She graduated from The Ohio State University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in marketing. After graduating, she was a project manager of a marketing firm, allowing her several opportunities to travel the country before relocating to Central Florida in July 2000. As a young girl, she had an ability to establish leadership and easily earn the trust of all who came in contact with her due, in part, to her extremely warm nature. Tracy has been successfully selling real estate throughout Central Florida for nine years, and is now working as team leader and office manager of a local brokerage, Thomas Lynne Properties, LLC. Tracy has received many sales awards since her first year selling real estate. Her ability to effectively market, negotiate and understand her clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs has helped her stay as a top player year after year. Her experience in a broad range of transactions and a reputation for her professionalism, reliability and ability has helped in closing the contract. The majority of her business has been built on referrals which speaks volumes about her dedication to satisfying her customers. Tracy truly cares about the people she works with and enjoys what she does. Tracy has a broad network of independent professionals to aid in facilitating sales for both sellers and buyers. Tracy is a single mother of a 14-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son, who take priority over everything. Thankfully, her career in real estate has allowed her flexibility and time needed to raise her children as a single mother. Her children are extremely active in sports, which keeps Tracy very busy outside of real estate. She is actively involved in the school PTA, Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis and plays competitively in the WAIT and USTA tennis leagues. Tracy also enjoys spending time at the beach, working out, boating, golfing and watching football and basketball. Tracy has been featured in the Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Who in Real Estate every year since 2009. She has obtained her CDPE allowing her to specialize in short sales from smaller homes to luxury homes. Whatever your need in real estate, you will be working with a true professional when it comes to Tracy. <

Tracy Canning, P.A., C.D.P.E. Thomas Lynne Properties 13001 Founders Square Drive Unit 500 Orlando, FL 32828 P: 407-484-7978 www.tracycanning.com

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Sasha L. Hefler President of Strategic Brands on Fire Stirling Sotheby International Luxury Home Specialist > Sasha spearheaded Strategic Brands on Fire, a corporate marketing, branding and public relations firm specializing in the corporate legal and medical vertical. As the President and Founder, she directly contributes to the strategic direction of the company, and influences business development processes corporate brand marketing, direction in market share and is the spokesperson for all public relations for the organizations she represents worldwide. “Sasha sees the bigger picture and puts you on the right track in order to achieve the predefined objectives. Her positive go to attitude has brought global clients to our doors.” stated Frederick Gyebi-Ababio Managing Director of LawTech Europe Congress Prague. With an extensive 20 year corporate career, during her tenure she has been the Vice President of Global Strategy & Communications for a legal consulting firm where she was the chief architect of the DC firm’s Corporate Strategy Group and Legal Management Development Program and prior was the President of a legal corporate counsel conference, where she built and branded the corporation into one of the legal industry’s most respected educational conferences nationally. Sasha’s previous experience includes a wide range of business expertise including ten years managing large national advertising accounts. “Sasha is a very outstanding, results and team oriented leader who has a can-do attitude. Sasha has the three “P’s” of being successful in sales down; she is Professional, Polished and above all else, PerformanceDriven.” stated Michael Woodson, Head Forensic Information Security Services at TATA Consultancy Services. “She has a unique ability to generate results, close business at a C level and leverage resources from her extensive network of solid professionals across several industries.”

As well as being an expert in corporate branding, Sasha is an award winning real estate veteran with over 12 years experience negotiating multi-million dollar contracts for luxury residential and commercial properties throughout the state of Florida. She has achieved the status of luxury home, relocation specialist, and destination specialist. Sasha was honored with the Platinum Service Award for several consecutive years and attained membership to the Million Dollar Circle Club. She was honored by The Celebration Company and Disney Corporation for selling the most new luxury homes and recognized by the Orlando Home Builders Association for multiple years for selling the builders new luxury home sites. “Sasha is a great professional. I have done many transactions personally and have always seen great results. I also have had many clients work with her. Sasha knows her stuff and does not play games, which is always refreshing.” said Frederic Guitton, COO for Trax Capital Management. With an international client base as well as being a top listing agent her skill set allows her to understand the strategy behind selling a luxury home and driving a consistent branding strategy throughout the process of the listing. Sasha’s ability to quickly grasp the needs of her clients, coupled with her high-energy personality, ensures outstanding results for every listing and buyer she undertakes. Sasha has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications & Broadcasting from University of Wisconsin Madison. She sits on the Advisory board for LawTech Europe Congress, The Carmel Valley eDiscovery Retreat and was selected to be a Florida delegate for the Council of Litigation Management. She enjoys spending time with her children, international travel and competitive tennis.<

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Sasha L. Hefler Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty Dr. Phillips Office 7600 Dr. Phillips, Ste. 146 Orlando, FL 32819 P: 321-220-4058 Shefler@StirlingSIR.com

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Denise McKinley, P.A. Real Estate Broker Associate > “I have followed the dedication and competence of Denise McKinley, a community real estate expert, who is trust­ed, respected and a go-to person,” says Dr. Mark Trolice of Fertility Center of As­sisted Reproduction. Denise McKinley is a Broker associate with RE/MAX Town and Country and RE/MAX 200 in Winter Park. Denise is striving to take her real estate skills to the next level in her career by being coached and achieving 70 closings in the past year. This has made her one of Orlando’s Hot 100 Agents, ranking 2nd in Seminole County Sales and voted a 5 Star agent in Customer Service. “In this market, experience and persistence is a necessity in order to close a real estate transaction.” Denise takes extra classes in marketing, listing syndication, short sale, lux­ ury home sales and negotiations. Denise is also a Dave Ramsey Endorsed Local Provider (ELP).

Denise McKinley P.A. Real Estate Broker Associate Re/Max Town and Country Realty 1315 Tuskawilla Road Winter Springs, FL 32708 P: 407-625-0635 www.DeniseSellsOrlando.com DMckinley@cfl.rr.com

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“Denise is a true professional. She thought outside the box with a creative open house to drive in interested buyers and realtors. She used the latest technologies to make sure our home had the best exposure to the market. Her hard work and her team’s dedication generated a lot of interest and eventually the true prize, a buyer! Her com­ munication with us was excellent and creat­ ed calmness during a stressful time of selling and buying a home.We feel totally confident in recommending Denise to anyone looking

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to buy or sell a home. She always goes the extra mile.” Myrna and Bob Drawbert “Denise, thank you so much for never giv­ ing up on finding our Dream Home! We ap­ preciate all your hard work! You’ve become more than our realtor.You’re our FRIEND!! Thank you.” The Bellaires “Denise, thank you for representing us with the builder and showing them that the air conditioner was too small for the home! We would not have known without you!” Brian and Amy Wilkie Denise is married to Casey McKinley, a South West Airlines Pilot, who served in the Navy. They have an awesome daughter, Kristine, who attends University of North Florida. Denise works all of Seminole and Or­ange Counties, and will go to any part of Florida to assist in the purchase of new construction. She has formed an exclusive network business group, 4 Corners Networking. “It’s named for the intersection where Winter Park, Winter Springs, Oviedo, and Casselberry come together. All the members live or work in one of the four cities. It is impor­ tant to know, love and support your own community.” Please visit to www.FOURCORNERSLEADSGROUP.com <


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> Kim resides in Winter Garden which she calls the “Best Kept Secret” and describes the city as full of “Class & Charm” which also depicts her personality. She is in the process of opening her own Real Estate company,“HouseSOLD Global Realty” in Winter Garden on Stoneybrook West Parkway and has immediate intentions on expanding and opening branches in MetroWest & Downtown Orlando. Her full- service real estate company will offer an atmosphere of “Sincerity & Success” and offers residential & commercial services, property management, short & long-term rentals and FREE consultations for ALL your real estate needs. She caters to first-time home buyers, repeat buyers & sellers, investors, flippers & specializes in “Short Sales” & Relocations. As a well-qualified & seasoned REALTOR® & MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR PRODUCER, Kim offers her real estate services in the entire state of Florida and also has relationships with Realtors throughout the US, Canada, Turkey, Croatia & many other countries. Having bilingual agents on her team from countless countries also assists Kim with her global connections & international marketing. Kim is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and the Orlando Regional Realtor’s Association (ORRA) & accolades include the 5-Star, Quality Service & Silver Eagle Awards. She attended Hillsborough Community College followed by Saint Leo University where she graduated with HONORS! Kim earned an AS Degree in Human Services & a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. Previously having a career in the health care industry, she held various titles such as the Community Relations & Senior Program Case Manager and Director of Social Services Her experience in various management roles, reputa-

tion for problem solving & being the “go to girl” in her industry, brings a proven track record to the table and displays her knack for negotiations, determining your needs & closure. Kim believes “every problem has a solution”. Born in the north (Pittsburgh-GO STEELERS!) & raised in the south, Kim grew up in the Tampa Bay area & relocated to Orlando in 2004 to be with the, “love of her life & soul-mate, Deniz” who is also a Realtor®. They have a BEAUTIFUL little girl, “MINA” (born New Years Eve in 2007) and she is Kim’s PRIDE & JOY. Proudly stating, “Everything I do, is for my daughter...she is a mini-me!” Mina believes Mommy sells houses for a living, but Kim believes she offers the “American Dream” and trusts the Florida lifestyle sells itself! Kim is a savvy, businesswoman and became an investor at an early age. She personally sold three of her own houses FSBO, the last one making her a profit of over $265K in just 2 years (w/ no additional funds spent on upgrades). “WOW”, she thought, “If I could this for myself, I can do this for other people” and her career in Real Estate was launched! Kim feels the key to her ongoing SUCCESS in her chosen real estate career is simple: “Always treat clients & employees as individuals and with dignity & respect, whether you are working with someone on a $30K condo or a $3M dollar mansion.”She conveys, “When I made my transition to real estate years ago, I realized just as there are no two people exactly alike, there are no two real estate transactions that are identical either.” Continually educating herself on market trends & pertinent real estate news, Kim believes “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!” She admits, she may not be able to make

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you over a Quarter of a Million Dollars off ONE deal like she did, but when you decide to place your property on the market with “HouseSOLD Global Realty”, Kim will do everything in her power to get you top $, get it SOLD ASAP and will strive to get her buyers a deal & a steal! Kim offers a FREE market analysis & advice and feels that continuous communication is the key to a happy consumer. Kim has made it her mission & career in helping others and will continue to do so in the realm of real estate at a local & international level, with you as her customer & priority. Her goal is to provide a hasslefree buying, selling or rental experience ans believes in under promising and over delivering seeking to exceed your expectations and her own! Kim is also committed to the community she serves, as evidenced by the volunteer work she involves herself in. Dedicated to a variety of worthy causes & charities including Autism & Breast Cancer Awareness, Children’s Groups, Hospice, Brain Injuries, Service Men & Women, ETC., She is also a corporate sponsor for “Bird Brains Rescue and Rehabilitation”, a non-profit organization in Winter Garden. Kim’s STRONG stance is the philosophy of “people helping people” & GIVING BACK! Surrounding herself w/ motivated & enthusiastic people, Kim will be there to help in whatever your endeavor may be. Whether you need her real estate services or just want Kim & her staff to participate in an event for a cause or cure, you may contact her at KimSellsProperty@yahoo.com or 407.406.0351 Kim Setzer is not only a HouseHOLD name and a force to be reckoned with, but please consider her your “HouseSOLD” name! <

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Nonie Slaalien Real Estate Professional in Heathrow, FL > Nonie Slaalien is an International Luxury Home Specialist at Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty’s Lake Mary/Heathrow Marketing Center. A native of New England, Nonie literally grew up in the banking business. Working as a branch manager for a large mortgage company in Virginia, she was promoted to corporate trainer, a job that enabled her to travel all over the country. Her exposure to the big picture---and an intense entrepreneurial drive---led Nonie to the launch her own mortgage company, which quickly expanded from Virginia to North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. In 2001 Nonie relocated to Alaqua Lakes in the Orlando area. By 2003, her mortgage company boasted 225 employees and $250 million annually in conventional,VA, FHA, and reverse mortgages. Nonie sold her mortgage company in 2011 and became a consultant, however, it was then she decided to focus her energies and experience on real estate sales at Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty. Her specialty is globally marketing luxury properties. Nonie has extensive contacts in the Northeast and specifically New York, where she still maintains a second home in New York City. Her extensive background in the mortgage industry and as an entrepreneur sets her apart from real estate professionals around the world.<

Nonie Slaalien Stirling Sotheby’s Luxury Home Specialist P: 407-754-7447 nslaalien@stirlingsir.com

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Happy Yappy Holidays! By Jake White, SPCA of Central Florida Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> It’s time for the holidays. Putting lights on your home. Hanging bulbs on your tree. Lighting candles. Giving away toys. Decorating your home. Eating and drinking with friends and family all night long. Regardless of your holiday plans, remember to make your holiday festivities healthy – for your family, including your pet. Over the last 75-years, the SPCA of Central Florida’s low-cost clinic in Orlando and Sanford has had many very interesting holiday related medical cases of pets that had too much holiday cheer. “Blackie,” a 95- pound black Labrador was cruising through his apartment prior to a party. Trays of food, drinks and candy were placed throughout his home. Fortunately, it was discovered early in the evening that an entire tray of chocolates was missing. Blackie would soon be OK, but only after suffering from a physical exam and a noxious 2-day diarrhea.

“Over the last 75-years, the SPCA of Central Florida’s low-cost clinic in Orlando and Sanford has had many very interesting holiday related medical cases of pets that had too much holiday cheer.” STYLETOME.COM

“Phoenix,” a 5-year-old domestic longhaired feline was having tummy troubles. Everything that Phoenix would eat would return within 15 minutes. A physical exam and an X-ray soon discovered that Phoenix ingested 22 strands of Christmas tree tinsel. “Lizy,” a 12-pound, 2-year-old, miniature pincher was almost lifeless. She was lethargic, without appetite, and was dehydrated. Lizy spent three days in our medical clinic recovering, went home, and returned in two days with the same symptoms. Her owners exam-

ined the whole house and found nothing that could have caused the problem. When Lizy came home the second time, they discovered the problem. When Lizy went outside to “go potty,” she would eat the beautiful red poinsettia leaves on the porch. Here are a few other holiday goodies that could potentially become “coal in your pet’s stocking”: • Tree water • Tree needles • Holly • Mistletoe • Amaryllis and Christmas cactus • Batteries • Broken decorations • Potpourri and potpourri oils • Plastic bags from toy boxes • Bread dough • Coffee and espresso – anything with caffeine • Macadamia nuts • Alcohol If you think you might have a poisoned pooch or pussycat, call the Animal Poison Control immediately at 888-4ANI-HELP. Vow to make next year a better year! While planning your parties, take the time to schedule your annual Veterinary check-ups or to have your pet spayed or neutered at the SPCA of Central Florida at 407-351-SPCA (7722). More information is online at www.OrlandoPets.org.<


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These lists are excerpted from The Best Doctors in America® 2013 database, which includes over 45,000 doctors in more than 40 medical specialties. The Best Doctors in America® database is compiled and maintained by Best Doctors, Inc. For more information, visit www.bestdoctors.com or contact Best Doctors by telephone at 800-675-1199 or by e-mail at research@ bestdoctors.com. Please note that lists of doctors are not available on the Best Doctors Web site. Best Doctors, Inc., has used its best efforts in assembling material for this list, but does not warrant that the information contained herein is complete or accurate, and does not assume, and hereby disclaims, any liability to any person or other party for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions herein, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause. Copyright 2012, Best Doctors, Inc. Used under license, all rights reserved. This list, or any parts thereof, must not be reproduced in any form without written permission from Best Doctors, Inc. No commercial use of the information in this list may be made without the permission of Best Doctors, Inc. No fees may be charged, directly or indirectly, for the use of the information in this list without permission. BEST DOCTORS,THE BEST DOCTORS IN AMERICA, and the Star-in-Cross Logo are trademarks of Best Doctors, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries, and are used under license.

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BOARD CERTIFICATIONS: American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry with Special Qualification in Child Neurology EDUCATION Universidad Central del Este (UCE) School of Medicine, Dominican Republic State University of New York, Old Westbury, B.S. RESIDENCY General Pediatrics University of Connecticut and Yale University School of Medicine affiliated hospitals Adult Neurology Long Island Jewish Medical Center FELLOWSHIP Epilepsy/Electroencephalography University of Miami College of Medicine Pediatric Neurology Schneider Children’s Hospital/Long Island Jewish Medical Center FACULTY Associate Professor, University of South Florida College of Medicine AFFILIATIONS Chief of Pediatric Neurology St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital of Tampa (SJCH) American Epilepsy Society American Clinical Neurophysiology Society American Academy of Neurology INVOLVEMENTS Member of TGH/USF comprehensive epilepsy center Examiner for the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology Project Access Committee Member for Epilepsy Services Foundation Children’s Medical Services consultant Principle Investigator for multiple clinical research trials

508 S. Habana Avenue, Suite 340 Tampa, FL 33609 P. 813-873-PENS (7367) www.pensoftampabay.com

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Dr. Jose Ferreira > Dr. Jose Ferreira is the medical director of Pediatric Epilepsy and Neurology Specialists (PENS). Located in South Tampa since 2001, PENS is the largest pediatric neurology and neuroscience group in the bay area offering the experience and expertise of three pediatric neurologists, five board certified nurse practitioners, and recently welcomed pediatric psychiatrist and neuropsychologist. PENS is the premier multidisciplinary neuroscience group to care for your family. Dr. Ferreira’s goal is to provide optimal comprehensive evaluation and management of children of all backgrounds with any level of complexity in the areas of neurobehavioral science, including headache, ADHD, epilepsy, developmental disorders, cerebral palsy, autism related disorders, sleep disorders, neuromuscular disorders, and learning and speech disorders. While keeping a close working relationship with the best Tampa Bay area hospitals, Dr. Ferreira and his team strive to provide the most up-todate evidence based assessment and treatment options available for your child. Dr. Ferreira’s office is equipped with the latest technology, including electronic medical records, electronic prescriptions, computer based ADHD testing, and a recently added four bed video electroencephalography (EEG) suite. The addition of this suite has aided in the outpatient diagnosis of difficult cases, as well as in the evaluation of patients with epilepsy that are nonresponsive to medications. “I believe that current technology enhances our abilities to provide patients the best care possible.” For over 20 years, Dr. Ferreira has participated in clinical research that has led to

the use of new medications and medical devices, such as the vagus nerve stimulator (VNS), which has changed the lives of millions of patients. To date, he has been the principal investigator in 60 multicenter clinical trials in the areas of epilepsy, migraine, and neurobehavioral disorders in infants, children, and adolescents. His participation in these research studies has led to the FDA approval of 14 medications for treatment in these areas. As a result of his extensive background in clinical research, Dr. Ferreira believes that the use of medication should be reserved for times when other alternatives fail or if withholding it could have detrimental effects. “I use the least amount of effective medication, only for the duration needed, trying to avoid adverse effects. When treating epilepsy I consider alternatives such as the ketogenic diet, VNS, and epilepsy surgery when available standard pharmacotherapies are ineffective.” Dr. Ferreira continues to be in the forefront of new developments in the treatment of pediatric neurological disorders, and is currently enrolling patients in 10 clinical trials in the areas of epilepsy, headache, and Tourette Syndrome. <


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Tampa, FL 33606

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

Ilene R. Robeck

Elena Elizabeth Perez

813-844-7170

Tampa, FL 33606

Bay Pines VA Healthcare System

All Children’s Hospital

Sibat F. Chaudary

813-844-4434

Department of Internal Medicine

Department of Allergy, Immunology

Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

Etta L. Lowery

10000 Bay Pines Blvd

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Bay Pines, FL 33744

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601 5th St S

Tampa, FL 33606

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

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St. Petersburg, FL 33701

813-844-4434

Tampa, FL 33606

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Andrew V. Dvoryansky

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All Children’s Hospital

Daniel A. Reichmuth

Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

Devanand Mangar

Department of Allergy, Immunology

Florida Medical Clinic

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Department of Allergy and Asthma

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

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Outpatient Care Center, 3rd Fl

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Tampa, FL 33606

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

601 5th St S

Zephyrhills, FL 33542

813-844-4434

Tampa, FL 33606

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

813-779-8194

Carla Galang

813-844-4434

727-767-4150

Mandel Reid Sher

Elite Anesthesia Practitioners

Veronica L. Massey

Roger Williams Fox

11200 Seminole Blvd, Ste 310

Central Florida Surgery Center

Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

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Largo, FL 33778

900 Griffin Rd

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727-397-8557

Lakeland, FL 33805

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

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ANESTHESIOLOGY

813-394-3780

Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa, FL 33613

Muhammad N. Abou-Samra

Frank Green

813-844-4434

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Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

Rafael Miguel

Mark Christian Glaum

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Tampa, FL 33606

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Brandon, FL 33511

13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 502

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Tampa, FL 33613

Denna E. Ali

Lino P. Guanio

Richard L. Nutt

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Laser Spine Institute

Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

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Alan Barton Halsey

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Tampa, FL 33607

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

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3658 Lithia Pinecrest Rd

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Tampa, FL 33606

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Valrico, FL 33596

Alan David Almengual

813-844-4434

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Vincent Guarini

Sumedha A. Panchal

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St. Petersburg, FL 33705

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

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Valrico, FL 33596

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Tampa, FL 33606

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Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

Mark E. Kelly

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sociates of Tampa Bay

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

Associates

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13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 502

Tampa, FL 33606

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

Tampa, FL 33613

813-844-4434

Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa, FL 33606

813-971-9743

John C. Basile

813-844-4434

813-844-4434

Richard F. Lockey

Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

Nicholas E. Koehler

Javier Rojas

Allergy, Asthma and Immunology As-

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Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

Zephyrhills Anesthesiology Associates

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Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology

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Tampa, FL 33613

Hudson, FL 34667

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1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

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Tampa, FL 33612

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813-974-2201

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409 Bayshore Blvd

Healthpoint Medical Group

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1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

Tampa, FL 33606

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Tampa, FL 33606

813-251-0793

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4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 101

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Lakeland Regional Medical Center

Tampa, FL 33614

3000 E Fletcher Ave

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Watson Clinic

813-879-5010

Tampa, FL 33613

4304 Azeele St

1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd

Jorge E. Marcet

813-977-7794

Tampa, FL 33609

Lakeland, FL 33805

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813-545-9924

863-680-7995

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Florida Medical Clinic

Tampa, FL 33606

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

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813-259-0929

Tampa, FL 33606

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Mark Rumbak

727-456-3288

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Bay Heart Group

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2814 W Virginia Ave

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Tampa, FL 33606

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Tampa, FL 33606

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Albrecht Wobst

509 S Armenia Ave, Ste 200

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813-353-1515

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7050 Gall Blvd

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Tampa, FL 33614

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Tampa, FL 33606

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813-251-0793

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12902 Magnolia Dr

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Geoffrey M. Kwitko, M.D. F.A.C.S, F.A.A.O., F.I.C.S., F.I.S.O.D., F.N.O.S.S. Specialties: Cosmetic and Reconstructive Eyelid Surgery > For more than 20 years Geoffrey M. Kwitko, M.D. has brought world class cosmetic eyelid surgery to the Tampa Bay area. Dr. Kwitko is board certified and fellowship trained in Oculoplastic, orbital, and neuroophthalmology. He is the former chief of surgery at Memorial Hospital and former chief of ophthalmology at St. Joseph’s Hospital as well as a clinical assistant professor at the University of South Florida. Dr. Kwitko has lectured extensively in the USA and abroad teaching other ophthalmologists his techniques of cosmetic eyelid surgery and orbital surgery and regularly teaches courses at the prestigious American Academy of Ophthalmology annual meeting. Dr. Kwitko was awarded the American Academy of Ophthalmology honor award in 2003 and had been elected a “Best Doctor” by his peers every year since 2003.

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727-467-2400

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Tampa, FL 33609

Center

Tampa, FL 33612

Department of Dermatology

813-350-0700

455 Pinellas St, 2nd Fl

813-974-2918

13330 USF Laurel Dr

Nancy Ling

Clearwater, FL 33756

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Tampa, FL 33612

305 Bryan Rd, Ste 5 and 6

727-461-8300

5741 9th Ave N

813-974-4744

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St. Petersburg, FL 33710

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Diabetes and Endocrinology Institute

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Department of Dermatology

USF Physicians Group

13901 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Pasadena Family Medical Associates

601 7th St S

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

Tampa, FL 33613

630 Pasadena Ave S

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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813-615-7620

St. Petersburg, FL 33707

727-824-7105

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727-345-7100

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Cutaneous Surgery

Primary Care Physicians Alliance

Corey H. Evans

Florida Hospital Tampa

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl

2727 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,

St. Anthony’s Primary Care

Department of Dermatology

Tampa, FL 34639

Ste 450

Department of Family Medicine

3000 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 200

813-974-4744

Tampa, FL 33607

1201 5th Ave N, Ste 408

Tampa, FL 33613

Albert J. Nemeth

813-875-8453

St. Petersburg, FL 33705

813-972-1229

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727-894-3733

Lowella E. Esperanza

Bldg C, Ste 2

Colin S. Beach

Roy W. Finley

Florida Medical Clinic

3165 N McMullen Booth Rd

Family Care at Tampa Palms

Skyway Family Practice

Department of Dermatology

Clearwater, FL 33761

15285 Amberly Dr

1100 62nd Ave S

38051 Market Sq

727-799-5273

Tampa, FL 33647

St. Petersburg, FL 33705

Zephyrhills, FL 33542

Stacy Perez

813-979-6978

727-866-3166

813-780-8085

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Susan Beers Betzer

Ernest Lane Frierson

Neil Alan Fenske

Brandon, FL 33511

461 7th Ave S

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813-657-3330

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

8950 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

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727-823-0402

Ste 180

Advanced Healthcare

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Harrison James Brownlee, Jr.

St. Petersburg, FL 33702

Department of Dermatology and

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727-576-8900

Cutaneous Surgery

Advanced Healthcare

Monsour Executive Wellness Center

Eduardo C. Gonzalez

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl

Department of Dermatology and

13220 USF Laurel Dr

USF Physicians Group

Tampa, FL 33612

Cutaneous Surgery

Tampa, FL 33612

Department of Family Medicine

813-974-4744

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl

813-974-1794

13330 USF Laurel Dr

John Robert Hamill, Jr.

Tampa, FL 33612

Adam A. Brunson

Tampa, FL 33612

Gulf Coast Dermatology

813-974-2920

Carillon Sports and Family Medicine

813-974-4235

7547 Jacque Rd

James Spencer

12225 28th St N, Ste B

John A. Gross

Hudson, FL 34667

Spencer Dermatology and Skin Sur-

St. Petersburg, FL 33716

St. Anthony’s Primary Care

727-862-8561

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727-561-4303

116 1st St N

Ruth Hanno

900 Carillon Pkwy, Ste 404

Sean T. Bryan

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Tampa Palms Dermatology

St. Petersburg, FL 33716

Turley Family Health Center

727-895-5210

15310 Amberly Dr, Ste 150

727-572-1333

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Tampa, FL 33647

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Clearwater, FL 33755

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727-381-4463

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813-974-2201

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Florida Institute of Family Medicine -

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4957 38th Ave N, Ste B

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Florida Institute of Family Medicine -

500 Roser Park Dr S

St. Petersburg, FL 33710

2816 54th Ave S

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St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-522-8878

St. Petersburg, FL 33712

5101 Brittany Dr S

727-898-4461

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727-867-8641

St. Petersburg, FL 33715

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727-867-2151

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Family Medicine

Clearwater, FL 33755

630 Pasadena Ave S

3211 Azeele St

15260 Amberly Dr

727-467-2400

St. Petersburg, FL 33707

Tampa, FL 33609

Tampa, FL 33647

Candice C. Linton

727-345-7100

813-879-3334

813-975-1727

Bay Pines VA Healthcare System

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Christopher J. Purcell

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Mark Allan Shay

Advanced Healthcare

Joy McCann Culverhouse Center for

Department of Internal Medicine

Florida Institute of Family Medicine -

Department of Family Medicine

Swallowing Disorders

1301 2nd Ave SW, 4th Fl

Point Brittany

13330 USF Laurel Dr

Division of Digestive Diseases and

Largo, FL 33770

5101 Brittany Dr S

Tampa, FL 33612

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727-584-7706

St. Petersburg, FL 33715

813-974-2201

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl

Arnold M. Ramirez

727-867-2151

Kira Katherine Zwygart

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa Orthopaedic and Sports

Alan A. Smith

USF Physicians Group

813-974-3374

Medicine

1769 66th St N

Department of Family Medicine

GERIATRIC MEDICINE

602 S Howard Ave

St. Petersburg, FL 33710

13330 USF Laurel Dr

Claudia Beghé-Balducci

Tampa, FL 33606

727-343-2741

Tampa, FL 33612

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

813-253-2406

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813-974-2201

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Geriatric Clinic

Pinnacle Health Group

807 N Myrtle Ave

Patrick G. Brady

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

2605 W Swann Ave, Ste 100

Clearwater, FL 33755

University of South Florida College of

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33609

727-467-2400

Medicine

813-972-2000

813-874-5500

Joseph P. Springle

Department of Internal Medicine

June Y. Leland

David J. Remmer

Bay Area Family Practice

12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

Watson Clinic

6350 Central Ave

Tampa, FL 33612

Center

XpressCare at Lakeland Highlands

St. Petersburg, FL 33707

813-974-4115

Department of Geriatrics

2190 E County Rd, Ste 540A

727-381-1144

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Lakeland, FL 33813

Frank Allan Thompson

USF Physicians Group

Tampa, FL 33612

863-393-9472

St. Anthony’s Primary Care

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

813-903-3611

Richard G. Roetzheim

900 Carillon Pkwy, Ste 304

Advanced Healthcare

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USF Physicians Group

St. Petersburg, FL 33716

Division of Digestive Diseases and

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

Department of Family Medicine

727-561-2450

Nutrition

Center

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl

Ronald Vicencio

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl

Geriatric Clinic

Tampa, FL 33620

Oldsmar Family Practice

Tampa, FL 33612

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

813-974-2201

120 Pine Ave N

813-974-4115

Tampa, FL 33612

Robert B. Rosequist

Oldsmar, FL 34677

Haim Pinkas

813-972-2000

Family Care of Land O’Lakes

813-814-9504

USF Physicians Group

Jonathan Taylor Stewart

1942 Highland Oaks Blvd, Ste A

Kevin B. Witt

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

Lutz, FL 33559

Bay Area Family Practice

Advanced Healthcare

Center

813-948-3838

6350 Central Ave

Department of Gastroenterology

Department of Psychiatry

A. John Saranko

St. Petersburg, FL 33707

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Family Practice Center of Plant City

727-381-1144

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33612

507 W Alexander St

Laurie J. Woodard

813-974-4115

813-972-2000

Plant City, FL 33563

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Joel E. Richter

HAND SURGERY

813-754-3504

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Dr. James Spencer Specialties: Dermatology & Skin Surgery > Spencer Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center is dedicated to providing the highest quality in dermatologic care. The center is a private medical practice committed to the prevention, detection and treatment of skin cancer and to the cosmetic treatment of the skin through cosmetic dermatology and laser surgery. Dr. Spencer is an internationally recognized expert in skin cancer treatment and cosmetic surgery. A frequent speaker at medical symposiums both here and abroad; he is a sought after educator for other physicians to learn cosmetic and laser surgery and is the author of 16 book chapters and over 90 scientific publications. Dr. Spencer serves as an investigator for a variety of innovative therapies; having conducted clinical trails for Dysport®, an alternative to Botox® and Artefill®, a new permanent filler for scar correction to name just a few.<

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USF Health

6010 Point W Blvd

Center

Mark Allen Davis

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Bradenton, FL 34209

Department of Infectious Disease

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

and Sports Medicine

941-746-2711

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Center

2 Tampa General Cir

Sandra Gompf

Tampa, FL 33612

Primary Care Charlie Team

Tampa, FL 33606

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

813-972-2000

Ambulatory Care Unit

813-259-0854

Center

Jose R. Prieto

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Thomas L. Greene

Department of Infectious Disease

Bay Area Infectious Disease Associates

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa Bay Surgery Specialists

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

214 Morrison Rd, Ste 104

813-972-2000

2727 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,

Tampa, FL 33612

Brandon, FL 33511

Angela L. Denietolis

Ste 560

813-972-2000

813-681-6474

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

Tampa, FL 33607

John N. Greene

John Thomas Sinnott

Center

813-873-0337

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Tampa General Hospital

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Research Institute

Department of Infectious Disease and

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

Division of Infectious Diseases and

International Medicine

Tampa, FL 33612

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Tropical Medicine

1 Tampa General Cir

813-972-2000

Tampa, FL 33637

12902 Magnolia Dr

Tampa, FL 33606

Denise K. Edwards

813-978-9700

Tampa, FL 33612

813-844-4174

USF Health

John M. Rayhack

813-745-2858

Charurut Somboonwit

Department of Internal Medicine

Wrist and Hand Center of Tampa

Daniel Haight

Tampa General Hospital

South Tampa Center, 2nd Fl

4728 N Habana Ave, Ste 204

Polk County Health Department

Department of Infectious Disease and

2 Tampa General Cir

Tampa, FL 33614

Specialty Care Clinic

International Medicine

Tampa, FL 33606

813-879-7478

1255 Brice Blvd

1 Tampa General Cir

813-250-2537

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Bartow, FL 33830

Tampa, FL 33606

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Florida Orthopaedic Institute

863-519-8233

813-844-4187

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13020 Telecom Pkwy N

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John Toney

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813-978-9700

646 Virginia St, Rm 421

Center

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Don H. Bercuson

727-734-6932

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Tampa, FL 33612

Morton Plant Hospital

Douglas Allen Holt

Tampa, FL 33612

813-972-2000

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Hillsborough County Health Depart-

813-972-2000

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300 Pinellas St

ment

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St. Petersburg General Hospital

Clearwater, FL 33756

1105 E Kennedy Blvd

Tampa General Hospital

Department of Hospital Medicine

727-448-2050

Tampa, FL 33602

Department of Infectious Disease and

6500 38th Ave N

Lindell A. Busciglio

813-307-8000

International Medicine

St. Petersburg, FL 33710

Infectious Disease Associates of Tampa

Brent W. Laartz

1 Tampa General Cir

727-344-4795

Bay

1840 Mease Dr, Ste 319

Tampa, FL 33606813-844-4187

Bruce A. Kahan

4729 N Habana Ave

Safety Harbor, FL 34695

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Internal Medicine Associates

Tampa, FL 33614

727-669-6800

Donald Behnke

3661 Madaca Ln

813-251-8444

Cynthia Mayer

South Bay Internal Medicine

Tampa, FL 33618

Margarita Rosa Cancio

Infectious Disease Associates of Tampa

1901 Haverford Ave, Ste 101

813-968-7830

Infectious Disease Associates of Tampa

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Bay

4729 N Habana Ave

813-634-9284

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BOARD CERTIFICATIONS: Board Certified in Ophthalmology EDUCATION: University of Massachusetts,Worcester Ma. MD. Brown University, Providence Ri. BA. Deerfield Academy, Deerfield Ma. High School. MEDICAL INTERNSHIP: Harvard Medical School, Cambridge Ma. OPHTHALMOLOGY RESIDENCY: Harvard Medical School, Boston Ma. VITREORETINAL SURGERY FELLOWSHIP: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa PRE-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS: National Eye Institute Harvard Medical School, Schepens Eye Research Insitute Harvard Medical School, Berman Gunn Lab POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS: Harvard Medical School, Boston Ma Judah Folkman MD - Angiogenesis University of Pennsylvania, – Gene and Molecular Therapy FACULTY: Harvard Medical School, Instructor in Ophthalmology University of Pennsylvania, Assistant Professor Ophthalmology and Cellular and Molecular Biology FM Kirby Center for Molecular Ophthalmology, Scientist Director VA Retina Service, Philadelphia, PA. University of Pennsylvania, Retinal Fellowship Director. University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Associate Professor ACCOLADES: Patients’ Choice Award Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine Researcher of the Year Best Doctors Heed Fellow AOS Knapp Fellow Ron Michels Fellow Charles Schepens Research Award BIOTECH PIONEER: Developed injections treatments for AMD, Diabetic Retinopathy and Retinal Vein Occlusion Inventor of siRNA technologies for anti-angiogenesis First to develop Avastin for eye disease. Clinical Trial Leader for Eyelea, Lucentis, Eyedrops for AMD and Diabetic Retinopathy. Clinial Trial Leader for Novel Treatments for Dry AMD Leading Investigator AREDS II Study, Jetrea Pioneered Blue Blocking Lens for protection against LED, computers and TVs. Prinicipal Investigator over 90 Retinal Trials. ENTREPENEUR: Founder Acuity Pharmaceuticals > OPKO Health (NYSE:OPK) Founder and CEO: Altiok Oncosystems LLC. Founder and Medical Director Macular Degeneration Association High Skill High Wage Board Lakeland Economic Development Council Vice Chair Tampa Bay Partnership Biomedical ADVISOR: Regeneron, Bayer,Thrombogenics, Promedior, Catalyst, Pfizer, Genentech/Roche, Novartis, Glaxo Smith Kline, Notalvision, Clanotech, Allergan,Valeant. CHARITY: Restoring Sight International, Board Tolentino Eye Research Foundation, Board Association of Phillippine Ophthalmologists in America Past President Foundation Fighting Blindness,Vision Walk Scientific Chair

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Dr. Michael Tolentino MD. > “Son, when you grow up promise me you will find the cure for blindness and cancer.” These words carried a heavy weight considering the request was from Dr. Tolentino’s father, a Harvard Medical School professor who pioneered sight saving surgery repairing retinal detachments. Many say Dr.Tolentino was born to become a retina surgeon, the promise inspired him to develop novel therapies for retinal disease and cancer. While he began his research career at an early age, his major accomplishment occurred at Harvard Medical School in the laboratory of Dr. Judah Folkman who pioneered the concept that stopping blood vessels could choke a tumor. It was here that he helped unravel the pathogenesis of diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and retinal vein occlusions the leading causes of blindness in the developed world. He helped identify vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) the critical factor leading to blindness in these conditions. He was also the first to test Avastin in experimental models of these conditions leading to all current treatments for these blinding retinal conditions. Dr. Tolentino continued on to the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania to work on gene therapy, stem cells, and novel molecular therapeutics in hopes of developing better therapies. Here he invented a new class of drug called siRNAs. He developed this invention into a therapeutic for back of the eye diseases and founded Acuity Pharmaceuticals. This company merged to become a publicly traded company called OPKO Health (NYSE:OPK) In parallel to his basic research he trained as a retinal surgeon, a field pioneered by his father. It was taking care of patients where he found his second calling. This passion for helping patients guided him to leave basic research and join the Center for Retina and Macular Disease (CRMD) where he combined his passion for caring for patients with his desire to develop new better therapies for blindness. He founded the CRMD clinical research center in Winter Haven and Lakeland to serve all of florida. CRMD is now considered one of the premier retinal research centers in the world.

The center has been in over 90 clinical trials in the field of retina, and has helped 6 therapeutic indications obtain FDA approval. His center is currently recruiting patients suffering from dry and wet macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and branch vein occlusion. Not one to sit on his laurels, he is helping develop the next generation of therapeutics for these conditions. He enjoys telling patients previously told nothing can be done that something can be done. “Yes we are working on eyedrops to replace injections into the eye. Yes we are working on treatments for Dry Macular Degeneration. We are offering tomorrows medicine today”. He is also developing the perfect lens that protects against harmful blue light emanating from computers, TVs and LED lights. While he has almost fulfilled half his childhood promise, he is currently the cofounder and CEO of Altiok Oncosystems working with the Moffitt Cancer Center taking cutting edge cancer technology and putting it in the hands of cancer therapy developers. Through this technology he is on his way to fulfilling the other half of his promise. < Locations: Center for Retina and Macular Disease 250 Avenue K, SW Ste 200 Winter Haven, Fl 33880 2815 Lakeland Hills Blvd Ste. 200 Lakeland, FL 33805 6719 Gall Blvd, St 206 Zephyrhills, FL 33540 11834 County Road 101, Ste 201 The Villages, Fl 32162 102 Henry Avenue Plant City, FL 33563 P: 863-297-5400 www.crmd.net , miket@crmd.net


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Robert J. Weinstock, M.D Specialties: Cataract and LASIK Surgery

> Robert J. Weinstock, M.D. is a leading cataract and LASIK surgeon in the Tampa Bay area who values excellence in vision and believes it should be enjoyed throughout a lifetime. Over the past 11 years he has pioneered new surgical methods and ophthalmic innovations at The Eye Institute of West Florida in Largo. “Dr. Rob,” as he is affectionately known by his patients, has made his way into the ophthalmology spotlight and is recognized by his peers as a leading physician and surgeon. In addition to his many contributions to peer reviewed journals, he has co-authored many book chapters on cataract surgery. Dr. Weinstock was among Premier Surgeon’s list of Leading Innovators of 2010 and recognized for his contributions to cataract surgery and premium lens implants.

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Robert J. Weinstock, M.D. The Eye Institute of West Florida 148 13th St. SW, Largo, FL 33770 P: 727-581-8706

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Influenced by his father’s compassion to help others, Dr. Rob is dedicated to the care of his patients. His team of skilled technicians is well trained in the latest diagnostic procedures and is able to assist him with information he needs to diagnose patients and to make crucial decisions about their vision and treatment options. Additionally, he hosts monthly public seminars to raise awareness about the latest options in cataract implants, and to lessen the fear of having eye surgery. He also hosts private lectures for local physicians and is regularly invited to speak to physicians around the globe on the topic of refractive cataract surgery. Refractive cataract surgery is a new approach to treating cataracts through advanced methods and technology using com-

puter precision to refine vision. As Director of Cataract and Refractive Services at The Eye Institute of West Florida, and as Medical Director of the Largo Ambulatory Surgery Center, Dr. Rob embraces this newer generation of ophthalmic innovations to provide a standard of care that is world-class. Advancements include: newly developed intraocular lens implants; minimally invasive micro-incisional cataract surgery technique; femtosecond lasers for bladeless cataract surgery; the wavefront aberrometer to correct astigmatism; and the 3-dimensional stereoscopic viewing platform. “Refractive cataract surgery has revolutionized traditional cataract surgery by helping patients become less dependent on glasses. Eventually refractive cataract surgery will become the new standard in eye care,” says Dr. Rob. For younger adults, poor vision can be corrected in the blink of an eye with LASIK. Using all-laser LASIK technology, Dr. Rob has corrected the vision of thousands in a matter of a few short minutes for almost instantaneously clearer vision. He serves as the official LASIK surgeon for the Tampa Bay Bucs, as well as numerous local, national and international celebrities. Dr. Rob prides himself on the hundreds of physicians who have trusted him with their eyes for LASIK surgery. In Dr. Rob’s opinion, “the joy of clear vision without the aid of glasses or contacts is something everyone should experience.” Dr. Weinstock, his wife and three children live in Largo.<


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Division of Hospital Medicine

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Tampa General Hospital

Research Institute

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Hematology

Advanced Healthcare

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12902 Magnolia Dr

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Department of Internal Medicine

Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa, FL 33612

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813-972-2000

Tampa, FL 33612

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Claudio Anasetti

Martine Extermann

813-974-2201

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Department of Internal Medicine

Research Institute

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12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Rm L1041

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Senior Adult Oncology Program

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

Tampa, FL 33612

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12902 Magnolia Dr

Advanced Healthcare

813-974-6443

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33612

Department of Internal Medicine

Deborah A. Humphrey

813-745-8751

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Tampa General Hospital

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Hugo F. Fernandez

Tampa, FL 33612

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Tampa, FL 33606

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Tampa, FL 33609

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Bay Pines VA Healthcare System

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Larry Williams, M.D. General and Vascular Surgery Specialties: General Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Endovascular Diagnosis & Surgery

> Dr. Larry Williams continues

Dr. Williams remains active in aca-

the tradition of excellence in General

demic Vascular Surgery. He is a Clini-

and Vascular Surgery in his well-es-

cal Assistant Professor for Surgery in

tablished St. Petersburg practice. He

the Division of Vascular Surgery at

is board certified in both General and

the University of South Florida. He is

Vascular Surgery and has additional

active in the Florida Vascular Society,

certifications in Wound Care and Hy-

having been a founding member, Sec-

perbaric Medicine. Dr. Williams grad-

retary-Treasurer and President. He is

uated from the University of Illinois

a Fellow of the American College of

College of Medicine, completed his

Surgeons and other regional and na-

General Surgery training at the Uni-

tional surgical societies. He initiated

versity of Illinois Hospitals and com-

and continues to sponsor a quarterly

pleted advanced training in Vascular

meeting of Bay Area Vascular Special-

Surgery at Northwestern University.

ists, where complicated cases are discussed and experts give options

Dr. Williams’ busy surgical practice

for treatment that can favorably influ-

includes the spectrum of vascular

ence patient care.

diseases such as aortic aneurysms,

Larry Williams, M.D. 995 16th Street North St. Petersburg, FL 33705 P: 727-894-4738 F: 727-823-6710

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carotid artery disease and peripheral

Dr. Williams cares for patients at

vascular disease, with an emphasis

Edward White Hospital and St. An-

on minimally invasive techniques

thony’s Hospital, where he has been

such

aneurysm

Chief of the Department of Surgery

repair (EVAR), and stenting and

and President of the Medical Staff.

atherectomy for occlusive disease

He is the Medical Director of St. An-

in the legs. His expertise in General

thony’s Wound Healing Center and

Surgery includes hernia, colon, breast

Director of wound care at Kindred

and cancer surgery initializing the

Hospital St. Petersburg. <

as

endovascular

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Research Institute

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Program

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Tampa, FL 33612

Kenneth S. Zuckerman

813-259-0892

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813-745-3980

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Research Institute

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Research Institute

13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 401

Department of Radiology

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Department of Malignant Hematology

Tampa, FL 33613

12902 Magnolia Dr

Research Institute

12902 Magnolia Dr

813-971-8811

Tampa, FL 33612

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813-745-1145

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Susan Minton

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Tampa, FL 33613

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Research Institute

Tampa, FL 33613

813-396-0751

Tampa, FL 33603

Center for Women’s Oncology

813-972-1654

Lara W. Katzin

813-876-2327

12902 Magnolia Dr

Samuel Steven Weinstein

USF Physicians Group

Beth B. Benson

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa General Medical Group

Department of Neurology

All Children’s Obstetrics & Gynecol-

813-745-8410

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13330 USF Laurel Drive

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Javier Pinilla-Ibarz

409 Bayshore Blvd

Tampa, FL 33612

6450 38th Ave N, Ste 200

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

Tampa, FL 33606

813-396-9478

St. Petersburg, FL 33710

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727-344-6060

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Caryn L. Bray

12902 Magnolia Dr

H. Bushnell Clarke

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Women’s Care Florida

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813-745-1857

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Tampa, FL 33613

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603 7th St S, Ste 540

727-329-8833

813-972-4488

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Jeffrey K. Carlson

Research Institute

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All Children’s Obstetrics & Gynecol-

Department of Malignant Hematology

Thomas B. Freeman

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

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12902 Magnolia Dr

USF Health

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6450 38th Ave N, Ste 200

Tampa, FL 33612

Department of Neurosurgery

Department of Neurology

St. Petersburg, FL 33710

813-745-1857

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13330 USF Laurel Dr

727-344-6060

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Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa, FL 33612

Laura S. Dill

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

813-259-0889

813-396-9478

Women’s Care Florida

Research Institute

Fernando L.Vale

Stephen M. Sergay

Partners in ObGyn

Department of Hematology

USF Physicians Group

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2818 W Virginia Ave

12902 Magnolia Dr

Department of Neurological Surgery

2919 W Swann Ave, Ste 401

Tampa, FL 33607

Tampa, FL 33612

2 Tampa General Cir, 7th Fl

Tampa, FL 33609

813-872-8551

813-745-1387

Tampa, FL 33606

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813-259-0605

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Women’s Care Florida

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Harry R. van Loveren

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Research Institute

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3268 66th St N

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St. Petersburg, FL 33710

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Department of Neurology

727-456-0750

12902 Magnolia Dr

Department of Neurosurgery

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl

Sandra (Sandy) Goodman

Tampa, FL 33612

2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl

Tampa, FL 33612

The Reproductive Medicine Group

813-745-3980

Tampa, FL 33606

813-396-9478

5245 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 1

Jeffrey S. Weber

813-259-0929

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813-914-7304

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Tampa, FL 33609

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Tampa, FL 33607

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St. Petersburg, FL 33701

813-259-8500

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727-767-7903

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2919 Swann Ave, Ste 305

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33607

Medical Arts Bldg, Ste 250

Tampa, FL 33609

813-745-3980

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813-870-3553

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Tampa, FL 33613

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813-971-6909

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13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160

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13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160

13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Tampa, FL 33613

Women’s Care Florida

Tampa, FL 33613

Tampa, FL 33613

813-972-4488

13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160

813-972-4488

813-971-6909

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Tampa, FL 33613

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Bradenton, FL 34209

3006 W Azeele St

14462 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Tampa, FL 33617

941-792-2020

Tampa, FL 33609

Tampa, FL 33613

813-972-7574

Charles B. Slonim

813-874-3006

813-265-6940

Harry Kolodner

USF Eye Institute

Antonio E. Castellvi

Dawn Bhasin

33920 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 275

13127 Magnolia Dr

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

3115 W Swann Ave

Palm Harbor, FL 34684

Tampa, FL 33612

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Tampa, FL 33609

727-784-1121

813-974-3820

Tampa, FL 33637

813-879-7711

Geoffrey Malcom Kwitko

Ivan J. Suner

813-978-9700

Steven M. Cohen

311 S MacDill Ave

Retina Associates of Florida

Michael P. Clare

Retina Vitreous Associates of Florida

Tampa, FL 33609

602 S MacDill Ave

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

579 S Duncan Ave

813-877-8665

Tampa, FL 33609

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Clearwater, FL 33756

Steven L. Maskin

813-875-6373

Tampa, FL 33637

727-445-9110

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813-978-9700

Leonard Edward Cortelli, Jr.

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13602 N 46th St

Tampa, FL 33609

250 Ave K SW, Ste 200

4600 4th St N

Tampa, FL 33613

813-875-0000

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St. Petersburg, FL 33703

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863-385-4220

727-527-5272

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4444 E Fletcher Ave, Ste D

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13127 Magnolia Dr

813-971-3846

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13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Tampa, FL 33612

Scott E. Pautler

1601 38th Ave N

Tampa, FL 33637

813-974-3820

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St. Petersburg, FL 33713

813-978-9700

Lewis Groden

2705 W Saint Isabel St

727-822-4287

Seth I. Gasser

LasikPlus Vision Center

Tampa, FL 33607

Robert Urban

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

2202 N West Shore Blvd, Ste 100

813-879-5795

Center for Reconstructive and Aes-

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Tampa, FL 33607

Peter Reed Pavan

thetic Ophthalmology

Tampa, FL 33637

813-870-3937

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32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 6

813-978-9700

Steven Abraham Gross

13127 Magnolia Dr

Palm Harbor, FL 34684

Thomas L. Greene

Center for Reconstructive and Aes-

Tampa, FL 33612

727-772-7712

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813-974-3820

Robert Weinstock

2727 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,

32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 6

Marc C. Peden

The Eye Institute of West Florida

Ste 560

Palm Harbor, FL 34684

Retina Associates of Florida

Laser Center

Tampa, FL 33607

727-772-7712

602 S Macdill Ave

148 13th St SW

813-873-0337

David E. Hall

Tampa, FL 33609

Largo, FL 33770

Kenneth A. Gustke

Pasadena Eye Center

813-875-6373

727-581-8706

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

6950 Central Ave, Ste 120

Thomas J. Pusateri

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13020 Telecom Pkwy N

St. Petersburg, FL 33707

Florida Eye Center

Thomas L. Bernasek

Tampa, FL 33637

727-343-3004

13602 N 46th St

Thomas L. Bernasek

813-978-9700

Mark E. Hammer

Tampa, FL 33613

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

Dolfi Herscovici, Jr.

Retina Associates of Florida

813-972-4444

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

602 S MacDill Ave

David W. Richards

Tampa, FL 33637

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Tampa, FL 33609

USF Eye Institute

813-978-9700

Tampa, FL 33637

813-875-6373

13127 Magnolia Dr

Brett R. Bolhofner

813-978-9700

D. Heather Heath

Tampa, FL 33612

All Florida Orthopaedic Associates

Anthony F. Infante, Jr.

Lazenby Eye Care

813-974-3820

4600 4th St N

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

1109 US Hwy 19

Adam J. Scheiner

St. Petersburg, FL 33703

959 E Del Webb Blvd

Holiday, FL 34691

Tampa Eye Clinic

727-527-5272

Sun City Center, FL 33573

727-934-5705

3000 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Robert Anthony Callahan

813-633-5232

Nancy Kirk

Tampa, FL 33607

723 US Hwy 27 S

George Douglas Letson

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

813-877-2020

Sebring, FL 33870

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

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Harris Silverman

863-386-9363

Research Institute

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William G. Carson, Jr.

Sarcoma Clinic

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727-397-8551

St. Petersburg, FL 33702

813-872-8794

813-745-3980

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727-573-0074

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Steven Lyons

Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

Judith Czaja McCaffrey

L. Frank Glass

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

Bldg 1, Ste 104

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

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13020 Telecom Pkwy N

11031 US Hwy 19, Ste 104

Research Institute

Research Institute

Tampa, FL 33637

Port Richey, FL 34668

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Comprehensive Melanoma Research

813-978-9700

727-819-0368

12902 Magnolia Dr

Center

Mark A. Mighell

Loren J. Bartels

Tampa, FL 33612

Department of Cutaneous Oncology

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

Tampa Bay Hearing and Balance

813-745-8460

12902 Magnolia Dr

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

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Thomas Vincent McCaffrey

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33637

Harbourside Medical Tower, Ste 610

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

813-745-8482

813-978-9797

5 Tampa General Cir

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Jane Messina

Glenn R. Rechtine II

Tampa, FL 33606

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University of South Florida College of

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813-844-4900

12902 Magnolia Dr

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Department of Orthopedic Surgery

Kestutis Paul Boyev

Tampa, FL 33612

Department of Dermatopathology

Education 11-B

USF Physicians Group

813-745-3980

12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd

10000 Bay Pines Blvd

Department of Otolaryngology, Head

Mitchell B. Miller

Tampa, FL 33612

Bay Pines, FL 33744

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813-974-3744

727-398-6661

2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl

8787 Bryan Dairy Rd, Ste 340

John Millns

Henry Claude Sagi

Tampa, FL 33606

Largo, FL 33777

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Florida Orthopaedic Institute

813-974-4683

727-397-8551

6001 Memorial Hwy

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Lance M. Cohen

Jonathan M. Morgan

Tampa, FL 33615

Tampa, FL 33629

Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

813-884-1626

813-978-9700

1330 S Fort Harrison Ave

Facial Aesthetics Center

Michael Morgan

Roy W. Sanders

Clearwater, FL 33756

1320 S Fort Harrison Ave

Bay Area Dermatopathology

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

727-441-3588

Clearwater, FL 33756

10500 University Center Dr, Ste 200

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Christopher J. Danner

727-446-3223

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33637

Tampa Bay Hearing and Balance

Christopher D. Muller

813-971-0775

813-978-9700

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Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

Santo V. Nicosia

John M. Small

Harbourside Medical Tower, Ste 610

646 Virginia St, 3rd Fl

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Florida Orthopaedic Institute

5 Tampa General Cir

Dunedin, FL 34698

Department of Pathology and Cell

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

Tampa, FL 33606

727-450-0560

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Tampa, FL 33637

813-844-4900

Tapan Ashvin Padhya

12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd

813-978-9700

James N. Endicott

USF Ear, Nose and Throat Center

Tampa, FL 33612

Arthur K. Walling

555 4th Ave S

2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl

813-974-2745

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Tampa, FL 33606

PEDIATRIC ALLERGY AND

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

727-551-0800

813-974-4683

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Tampa, FL 33637

Joseph B. Farrior III

Joseph R. Steiniger

Alan Barton Halsey

813-978-9700

2727 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,

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Partners in Allergy and Asthma Care

Marc A. Weinstein

Ste 520

Bldg 1, Ste 104

3658 Lithia Pinecrest Rd

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

Tampa, FL 33607

11031 US Hwy 19

Valrico, FL 33596

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

813-879-0810

Port Richey, FL 34668

813-681-6537

Tampa, FL 33637

David C. Hood

727-819-0368

Craig Andrew Kalik

813-978-9700

Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

Mark Tabor

Partners in Allergy and Asthma Care

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8561 W Linebaugh Ave

USF Physicians Group

3658 Lithia Pinecrest Rd

Arif A. Alidina

Tampa, FL 33625

Department of Otolaryngology, Head

Valrico, FL 33596

Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

813-925-5000

and Neck Surgery

813-681-6537

3190 McMullen Booth Rd, Ste 100

Douglas W. Klotch

2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl

Mandel Reid Sher

Clearwater, FL 33761

3450 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 260

Tampa, FL 33606

11200 Seminole Blvd, Ste 310

727-791-1368

Tampa, FL 33613

813-974-4683

Largo, FL 33778

Steven L. Anthony

813-977-1350

Daniel Vincent

727-397-8557

Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

Donald C. Lanza

Florida Center for Vocal Health

John W. Sleasman

8787 Bryan Dairy Rd, Ste 340

Sinus and Nasal Institute of Florida

4714 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200

All Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital

Largo, FL 33777

550 94th Ave N

Tampa, FL 33603

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1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-456-3288

Outpatient Care Center, 3rd Fl

Ste 108

727-767-4200

David Pettigrew

601 5th St S

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Jeremy Ringewald

Florida Pediatric Associates

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-456-3288

Pediatric Cardiology Associates

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

727-767-4150

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Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl

Ste 108

PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIOLOGY

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3003 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

George Garcia Alvarez

Jeffrey P. Jacobs

Tampa, FL 33607

727-456-3288

All Children’s Hospital

All Children’s Hospital

813-554-8701

Daniel J. Plasencia

Department of Pediatric Anesthesiol-

Department of Cardiovascular

Elsa J. Suh

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

ogy

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St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

Department of Pediatrics

601 5th St S

Outpatient Care Center, 2nd Fl

Pediatric Cardiology Associates

Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

601 5th St S

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

727-767-8480

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Tampa, FL 33607

Tampa, FL 33607

John H. Elinger

727-767-6666

727-767-4200

813-554-8093

All Children’s Hospital

James Anthony Quintessenza

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Department of Anesthesiology

All Children’s Hospital

CARDIOVASCULAR

Florida Pediatric Associates

501 6th Ave S

Department of Cardiovascular

ANESTHESIA

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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Jeffery W. Miller

Ste 108

727-767-4429

Outpatient Care Center, 2nd Fl

Florida Pediatric Associates

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Michael A. Garcia

601 5th St S

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

727-456-4250

All Children’s Hospital

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Ste 108

Albert Saltiel

Department of Pediatric Anesthesiol-

727-767-6666

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Florida Pediatric Associates

ogy

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727-456-3288

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

601 5th St S

Alfred Asante-Korang

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Ste 108

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Pediatric Cardiology Associates

Perry Boyd Everett

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-767-8480

601 5th St S, Ste 711

Florida Pediatric Associates

727-456-3288

Jeffery W. Miller

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

Michelle M. Smith

Florida Pediatric Associates

727-767-4200

Ste 108

Florida Pediatric Associates

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

Gul Dadlani

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

Ste 108

All Children’s Heart Institute

727-456-3288

Ste 108

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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John C. Haffner

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-456-3288

601 5th St S

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

727-456-3288

Linda Jo Rice

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Department of Critical Care

Arabela C. Stock

All Children’s Hospital

727-767-3333

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Florida Pediatric Associates

Department of Pediatric Anesthesiol-

Jorge Manuel Giroud

Tampa, FL 33607

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

ogy

Pediatric Cardiology Associates

813-554-8521

Ste 108

601 5th St S

All Children’s Campus

John Edwin Monaco

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

601 5th St S, Ste 711

Brandon Regional Hospital

727-456-3288

727-767-8480

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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Richard E. Weibley

Glenn C.Vaughn

727-322-4830

119 Oakfield Dr

Florida Pediatric Associates

Pediatric Surgery Centers

James C. Huhta

Brandon, FL 33511

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

10080 Balaye Run Dr

Pediatric Cardiology Associates

813-571-5245

Ste 108

Tampa, FL 33619

601 5th St S, Ste 711

Hector Pabon

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

813-490-6100

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Brandon Regional Hospital

727-456-3288

Lisa A.Velasquez

727-767-4200

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PEDIATRIC DEVELOPMENTAL

All Children’s Hospital

Richard Manuel Martinez

119 Oakfield Dr

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Pediatric Cardiology Associates

Brandon, FL 33511

Carol Lilly

ogy

601 5th St S, Ste 711

813-571-5230

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601 5th St S

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

William (Nick) Parilla

Department of Pediatrics

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-767-4200

Florida Pediatric Associates

17 Davis Blvd, 1st Fl

727-767-8480

Jorge McCormack

1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,

Tampa, FL 33606

Dien Vu

Pediatric Cardiology Associates

Ste 108

813-259-8700

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601 5th St S, Ste 711

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Eric Q. Tridas

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13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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Tampa, FL 33612

727-767-4160

119 Oakfield Dr

813-876-8316

813-396-2580

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Brandon, FL 33511

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813-571-5245

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Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease

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Daniel T. McClenathan

13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd

OPHTHALMOLOGY

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

All Children’s Hospital

St. Petersburg, FL 33612

Magda Barsoum-Homsy

Pediatric Endocrine Associates

Department of Gastroenterology,

813-259-8800

The Eye Institute of West Florida

Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl

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Carina Rodriguez

Bldg A, Ste 1

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Outpatient Care Center, Ste 605

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3165 McMullen Booth Rd

Tampa, FL 33607

601 5th St S

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Clearwater, FL 33761

813-554-8420

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd

727-581-8706

Frank B. Diamond, Jr.

727-822-4300

Tampa, FL 33612

Steven M. Cohen

All Children’s Hospital

Michele P. Winesett

813-259-8800

Retina Vitreous Associates of Florida

Endocrinology and Diabetes Clinic

St. Joseph’s Hospital

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579 S Duncan Ave

Outpatient Care Center, 3rd Fl

Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology

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Clearwater, FL 33756

601 5th St S

Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl

Rebecca Sutphen

727-445-9110

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

3003 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

InformedDNA

Steven Abraham Gross

727-767-3636

Tampa, FL 33607

360 Cental Ave, Ste 1230

Center for Reconstructive and Aes-

E.Verena Jorgensen

813-870-4948

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

thetic Ophthalmology

USF Diabetes Center

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760-778-434

32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 6

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

ONCOLOGY

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Palm Harbor, FL 34684

Advanced Healthcare

Gregory A. Hale

Alfonso Campos

727-772-7712

13330 Laurel Dr, 5th Fl

All Children’s Hospital

USF Health

Derek B. Hess

Tampa, FL 33612

Division of Hematology, Oncology,

Division of Pediatric Nephrology

All Children’s Hospital

813-396-2580

Blood and Marrow Transplantation

13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology

Anne Lenz

Outpatient Care Center, 3rd Fl, Ste

Tampa, FL 33612

Outpatient Care Center, Ste 601

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

302

813-259-8760

601 5th St S

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601 5th St S

Valerie M. Panzarino

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

USF Health

727-767-4393

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

727-767-4176

Division of Pediatric Nephrology

J. Bruce Hess

Tampa, FL 33607

Michael L. Nieder

13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd

All Children’s Hospital

813-554-8420

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

Tampa, FL 33612

Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology

Henry Rodriguez

Research Institute

813-259-8760

Outpatient Care Center, Ste 601

USF Diabetes Center

Department of Blood and Marrow

Sharon A. Perlman

601 5th St S

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

Transplantation

USF Physicians Group

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Advanced Healthcare

12902 Magnolia Dr

Division of Pediatric Nephrology

727-767-4393

Department of Pediatric Endocrinol-

Tampa, FL 33612

Outpatient Care Center, Ste 304

PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDIC

ogy

813-745-2191

601 5th St S

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13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl

PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Scott Warren Beck

Tampa, FL 33612

DISEASE

727-767-4181

Children’s Orthopaedic and Scoliosis

813-396-2580

David Michael Berman

PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGICAL

Surgery Associates

Allen W. Root

All Children’s Hospital

SURGERY

625 6th Ave S, Ste 450

All Children’s Hospital

Department of Infectious Disease

Arthur E. Marlin

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Division of Pediatric Endocrinology

Outpatient Care Center, 5th Fl

USF Health

727-898-2663

and Diabetes

601 5th St S

Department of Neurosurgery and

Dennis Paul Grogan

601 5th St S, 3rd Fl

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Brain Repair

Shriners Hospital for Children

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-767-4160

2 Tampa General Cir, 7th Fl

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

727-767-3636

Juan Dumois

Tampa, FL 33606

12502 USF Pine Dr

Dorothy I. Shulman

All Children’s Hospital

813-259-0904

Tampa, FL 33612

USF Diabetes Center

Department of Infectious Disease

PEDIATRIC OBESISTY

813-866-7740

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

Outpatient Care Center

John Edwin Monaco

Gregory Verl Hahn

Advanced Healthcare

601 5th St S

Brandon Regional Hospital

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727-329-5400

Tampa, FL 33613

Division of Neonatology

625 6th Ave S, Ste 450

Kathleen Wasylik

813-974-8900

South Tampa Center, Rm 5091

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Pediatric Otolaryngology Head and

Glenn Catalano

2 Tampa General Cir

727-898-2663

Neck Surgery Associates

James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical

Tampa, FL 33606

Alfred V. Hess

Outpatient Care Center, Ste 701

Center

813-259-8812

Florida Orthopaedic Institute

601 5th St S

Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences

Roberto A. Sosa

13020 Telecom Pkwy N

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Service

All Children’s Hospital

Tampa, FL 33637

727-329-5400

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Division of Neonatology

813-978-9700

PEDIATRIC PLASTIC

Tampa, FL 33612

601 5th St S

Dan E. Mason

SURGERY

813-631-7121

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Shriners Hospital for Children

Ernesto Ruas

Mark A. Cavitt

727-767-4313

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

603 S Blvd

All Children’s Hospital

PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST/

12502 USF Pine Dr

Tampa, FL 33606

Department of Psychiatry

NEUROLOGY, EPILEPSY

Tampa, FL 33612

813-259-1550

Physician’s Office Bldg

Jose A. Ferreira

813-972-2250

PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY

880 6th St S

Pediatric Epilepsy and Neurology

Jeffrey B. Neustadt

Tony Kriseman

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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Children’s Orthopaedic and Scoliosis

Pediatric Pulmonary Associates

727-767-8477

508 S Habana Ave, Ste 340

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806 W De Leon St, Ste 101

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601 5th St S

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727-498-8994

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2508 W Virginia Ave, Ste B

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727-767-8477

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727-767-4313

Tampa, FL 33603

601 5th St S

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813-475-7100

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Tampa, FL 33606

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Brandon, FL 33511

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813-631-5034

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813-685-4553

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8460 Cooper Creek Blvd, Ste 101

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St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

University Park, FL 34201

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Tampa, FL 33607

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Tampa, FL 33607

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813-554-8384

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813-872-8491

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Lutz, FL 33559

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Tampa, FL 33613

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813-948-6133

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813-971-6700

4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200

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Tampa, FL 33603

5124 N Armenia Ave

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4444 E Fletcher Ave, Ste C

813-874-7500

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813-874-7500

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10729 Queens Town Dr

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813-874-7500

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Riverview, FL 33579

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17 Davis Blvd, 1st Fl

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4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200

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11410 N 56th St, Ste 102

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Tampa, FL 33617

813-874-7500

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17 Davis Blvd, 1st Fl

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South Tampa Center, 2nd Fl

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4446 E Fletcher Ave, Ste A

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Tampa, FL 33613

813-874-7500

813-250-2537

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Tampa, FL 33613

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Yanina J. Abaunza Fiallos

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813-971-6700

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18572 N Dale Mabry Hwy

Brandon Community Office

Luis Maldonado

Pediatric Clinic at Healthpark

Lutz, FL 33548

811 S Parsons Ave

Tampa General Hospital

5802 N 30th St

813-964-1800

Brandon, FL 33511

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Tampa, FL 33610

Melody M. Baade

813-685-4553

5802 N 30th St

813-236-5114

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813-875-3223

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813-985-8888

Odessa, FL 33556

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Tampa, FL 33613

Balebail Ashok Raj

813-475-7100

707 W Fletcher Ave

813-963-7498

USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute

Christopher L. Tappan

Tampa, FL 33612

Kristin Fargher

4001 E Fletcher Ave

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813-264-2676

USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute

Tampa, FL 33613

5454 Lithia Pinecrest Rd

Robert Dickerson Rehnke

4001 E Fletcher Ave

813-974-4355

Lithia, FL 33547

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Sarah Reading

813-571-6800

St. Petersburg, FL 33710

813-974-4355

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727-341-0337

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Center

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3222 W Azeele St, Ste A

603 S Blvd

3515 E Fletcher Ave, Ste E

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Tampa, FL 33609

Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa, FL 33613

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813-259-1550

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508 S Habana Ave, Ste 180

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3222 W Azeele St, Ste A

Tampa, FL 33609

Tampa, FL 33629

3515 E Fletcher Ave, Ste E

Tampa, FL 33607

813-353-8809

813-254-5101

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Tampa Bay

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Center

10111 Wilsky Blvd

Physician’s Office Bldg, Ste 420

11707 N Club Dr

Department of Psychiatry

Tampa Bay, FL 33625

880 6th St S

Tampa, FL 33612

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

813-961-2222

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

813-631-7124

Tampa, FL 33612

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727-767-8477

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813-972-2000

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3333 W Kennedy Blvd, Ste 106

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14437 University Cove Pl

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Tampa, FL 33609

Department of Pediatrics

Tampa Bay, FL 33613

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813-354-9444

501 6th Ave S

813-972-7946

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Deborah Sanchez

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

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727-767-4243

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Antoinette C. Spoto-Cannons

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813-972-2000

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St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

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Steven Noah Kanfer

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806 W De Leon St, Ste 101

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa, FL 33612

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Tampa, FL 33612

813-365-7820

813-631-7121

Tampa, FL 33607

813-631-7121

Patrick Marsh

Edmund C. Settle

813-554-8093

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3515 E Fletcher Ave, Ste E

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813-974-8900

727-398-6661

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Rm 116A

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Michael Finbar Sheehan

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Tampa, FL 33612

All Children’s Hospital

Michael Finbar Sheehan

13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

813-903-3600

Rothman Center for Pediatric Neuro-

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Brookshire Professional Park

813-972-7517

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880 6th St S, Ste 460

16554 N Dale Mabry Hwy

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St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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Edward H. Farrior

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813-968-7188

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Hardeep Singh

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St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Powers Center of Hope

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2908 W Azeele St

727-767-8477

7401 Temple Terrace, Ste A

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813-968-7188

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13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl

813-870-4919

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Department of Internal Medicine

Tampa, FL 33612

Glenn Call

USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute

12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd

813-974-2920

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4001 E Fletcher Ave

Tampa, FL 33612

Frank W. Walsh

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Tampa, FL 33613

813-974-2201

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

1200 7th Ave N

813-974-4355

Daniel Lorch, Jr.

Research Institute

St. Petersburg, FL 33705

Jonathan Taylor Stewart

Pulmonary Associates of Brandon

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727-825-1040

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910 Oakfield Dr, Ste 102

12902 Magnolia Dr

Junsung Choi

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Brandon, FL 33511

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813-681-4413

813-745-3980

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Marian Menezes

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Tampa, FL 33612

Florida Medical Clinic

Alison Ruth Calkins

12902 Magnolia Dr

813-972-2000

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Tampa, FL 33612

Anne G. Tyson

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813-745-8425

6700 S Florida Ave, Ste 13

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Lakeland, FL 33813

3000 E Fletcher Ave

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

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863-648-0500

Tampa, FL 33613

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Julia Winston

813-977-7794

813-870-4160

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12902 Magnolia Dr

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Florida Hospital Tampa

Tampa, FL 33612

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Transplant Center

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813-745-4183

11707 N Club Dr

5 Tampa General Cir, Ste 300

3100 E Fletcher Ave

Andrew Davis

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33606

Tampa, FL 33613

Radiology Associates of Clearwater

813-631-7124

813-844-7137

813-615-7238

1106 Druid Rd S, Ste 302

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Clearwater, FL 33756

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813-875-9362

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Bayfront Medical Center

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12902 Magnolia Dr

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12902 Magnolia Dr

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701 6th St S

Tampa, FL 33612

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St. Petersburg, FL 33701

888-860-2778

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Andrea (Andy) Trotti III

727-893-6695

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

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Tampa, FL 33612

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Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

813-972-2000

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1106 Druid Rd S, Ste 302

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Daniel Jacob Schwartz

12902 Magnolia Dr

Clearwater, FL 33756

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Tampa, FL 33612

727-461-8555

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13330 USF Laurel Dr

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813-974-2201

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13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl

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Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33612

Tampa, FL 33614

813-974-2920

813-972-3351

813-745-7376

813-875-9362

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Gregg A. Baran

Mary Griffen

Theron Arthur Ebel

4620 N Habana Ave, Ste 101

Radiology Associates of Tampa

Bayfront Medical Center

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Tampa, FL 33614

2700 University Square Dr

Department of Radiology

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813-875-9362

Tampa, FL 33612

701 6th St S

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David Allan Solomon

813-253-2721

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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Matthew H. Berlet

727-893-6109

3000 E Fletcher Ave

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St. Joseph’s Hospital

Carlos R. Martinez

Tampa, FL 33613

Advanced Healthcare

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Radiology Associates of Tampa

813-977-7794

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James M. Hurst

813-253-2721

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32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 2

910 Oakfield Dr, Ste 102

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

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Palm Harbor, FL 34684

Brandon, FL 33511

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3301 USF Alumni Dr

727-789-2784

813-681-4413

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Tampa, FL 33612

Harris H. McIlwain

Richard S. Powell

13220 USF Laurel Dr

813-972-3351

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Tampa, FL 33612

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4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 201

910 Oakfield Dr, Ste 102

813-974-1945

Radiology Associates of Tampa

Tampa, FL 33614

Brandon, FL 33511

Richard Clemens Karl

2700 University Square Dr

813-345-2380

813-681-4413

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Louis R. Ricca

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Research Institute

813-253-2721

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John Rasmussen

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12902 Magnolia Dr

St. Joseph’s Hospital

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Tampa, FL 33612

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13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd

Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care

813-745-1290

3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Tampa, FL 33612

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Tampa, FL 33607

813-979-3622

13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl

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813-870-4919

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Tampa, FL 33612

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33920 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 241

813-974-2920

Center for Women’s Oncology

Tampa General Hospital

Palm Harbor, FL 34684

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12902 Magnolia Dr

Florida Interventional Specialists

727-773-9793

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Tampa, FL 33612

Annex Bldg, Ste J342

Joel C. Silverfield

USF Health

813-745-3980

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Tampa, FL 33606

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813-844-4570

Tampa, FL 33614

Department of Surgery

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813-879-5485

2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl

409 Bayshore Blvd

John D. Carter

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Tampa, FL 33606

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813-259-0929

800-844-9302

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Angel E. Alsina

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Tampa, FL 33614

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Tampa General Hospital

Division of Rheumatology

813-345-2380

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13330 USF Laurel Dr

Joanne Valeriano-Marcet

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1 Tampa General Cir, Ste F, Rm 145

Tampa, FL 33612

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409 Bayshore Blvd

Tampa, FL 33606

813-974-2201

Carol and Frank Morsani Center for

Tampa, FL 33606

813-844-7473

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813-844-5661

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2919 W Swann Ave, Ste 404

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Florida Hospital Tampa

Tampa, FL 33609

13330 USF Laurel Dr

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Southeastern Center for Digestive

813-870-2100

Tampa, FL 33612

13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 506

Disorders and Pancreatic Cancer

Laura Cruse

813-974-2201

Tampa, FL 33613

3000 Medical Park Dr, Ste 310

Tampa Medical Group

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813-977-2200

Tampa, FL 33613

13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 406

W. McDowell Anderson

Victor Bowers

813-615-7030

Tampa, FL 33613

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Larry R. Williams

813-345-2380

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995 16th Ave N

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409 Bayshore Blvd, 4th Fl

727-894-4738

13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 101

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13330 USF Laurel Dr

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813-978-1500

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H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and

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813-974-2201

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LifeHope Medical Offices, Ste 140

Department of Surgery

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3000 Medical Park Dr

12902 Magnolia Dr

13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 502

2525 Pasadena Ave S, Ste S

Tampa, FL 33613

Tampa, FL 33612

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St. Petersburg, FL 33707

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A Q&A with Best Doctors’ Vice-Chairman, Evan Falchuk Q: If someone asked you to explain in 20 seconds what Best Doctors does, how would you answer? A: We are turning traditional notions of health care on their head. In today’s confusing maze of a health care system, we get people the right answers to their medical questions. We do this in lots of different ways, but all of it involves figuring out what is actually wrong, asking the right questions, and getting the right answers from the world’s best expert physicians. Today, we serve 30 million members around the world, and we believe that through our work we are on our way to changing health care forever. Q: Can you give us an example of a case where Best Doctors corrected a diagnosis? A: My favorite example is close to home — my own brother, Brad. He’s the co-creator of the TV show “Glee,” and before coming to Best Doctors, he was incorrectly diagnosed with a malignant tumor in his spinal cord. His doctors had scheduled him for radiation and surgery to get rid of the tumor, which is actually the right thing to do for that kind of condition. The trouble is, that wasn’t the condition he had. So we reviewed all of his medical information and family medical history, and our doctors found a clue that ended up being lifesaving for him. It turned out we have a family history of a condition that could easily be confused for a malignant tumor. Best Doctors recommended some additional tests, which confirmed that he didn’t have a tumor at all. The treatment that was originally planned was in fact very dangerous, given his actual condition. Today, having received both the right diagnosis and right treatment from Best Doctors, he is doing great. What’s amazing about my brother’s case is that stories like his are more common than most of us think.

Our U.S. data from 2011 showed 29% of people had been misdiagnosed, while 60% required a change in treatment.

Q: The public is starting to hear more about how often people are misdiagnosed, and about getting second opinions. In this day and age, why is misdiagnosis happening so often in the first place? A: Doctors today are the best educated and best trained than at any time in history. They have the best technology out there, and every year more and more treatments are available. So how can misdiagnoses still happen? The problem, we believe, is in how our health care system works. Doctors sometimes have to see 30 or more patients a day, and often can spend only 15 minutes or less with each one. What’s happening is that doctors and patients just don’t have the time together that they need to ask all the right questions, and make the best decisions. It’s why we believe that misdiagnosis is a public health problem that doesn’t get the attention it absolutely deserves. Q: How long has Best Doctors been around? What was the genesis of the company? A: Best Doctors has been doing this work for almost 25 years. My father is one of the founders. He is an internist and professor of medicine and saw the problem of quality in medicine from his work as a doctor. He knew that as a doctor and a teacher he could only reach so many people. His vision in creating Best Doctors was to reach millions more. It’s inspiring to be part of a team that is making this vision a reality.


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MISDIAGNOSED? 1. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. You should never be a spectator in your own care. It’s your health, and your life. 2. Always get a second opinion and focus on sharing your symptoms, rather than the diagnosis you received from your initial treating doctor. 3. Take the time to get to know your family medical history – and make sure your doctor knows about it. 4. Take someone with you to your doctor’s visits to help listen, take notes, and ask questions. 5. If you’ve been diagnosed with a type of cancer, always have your pathology re-checked. Q: What makes doctors the “Best?” How does Best Doctors choose its physicians? A: We think the very best doctors are the ones who make good, thoughtful decisions. Now, one way to do this would be to watch every doctor practice, but obviously that’s not practical. So what we set out to do over two decades ago was ambitious and gamechanging. We wanted to ask doctors all across the country, and across all of the many specialty areas of medicine who, in their experience, they thought were the best at what they do. It’s a little bit like what doctors do themselves when they look for doctors — they ask their peers for their honest perspective. Today, we have assembled a respected database of nearly 50,000 doctors that represent the top 5% of doctors across 45 specialties and more than 400 subspecialties of medicine. It’s an incredibly powerful tool. And it’s completely independent. Doctors can never pay to get on our Best Doctors in America list, nor are they (or we) ever paid if they’re voted on to the list. The only way to be on the list is for their peers, the best in their fields, to name them to it. It is, in fact, a singular honor to be a Best Doctor. Q: What would you give as the #1 reason why Best Doctors continues its efforts to improve health care? A: The biggest reason why we come to work each day at Best Doctors is because we believe everyone should get the right care. While most people get the right care, far, far too many people still do not. There isn’t an easy way to fix the health care system, but we know we don’t need to wait for that — we can help people through our approach and physicians’ expertise today, and so we do. Q: What can people do to avoid being misdiagnosed? A: The best thing you can do is to ask questions. You should never be a spectator in your own care. Ask why your doctor thinks your diagnosis is right. Find out what else could be causing your problems. Don’t be afraid to ask — it’s your health, and your life.

If you’re going to get surgery or you have a serious illness, always get a second opinion. Making sure you are comfortable that you understand what is happening and what is being planned for you is a really important way to avoid problems. Focus on telling your secondopinion doctor all of your symptoms, rather than influencing her thinking right off the bat by repeating what your first doctor said you have. Take the time to get to know your family medical history — and make sure your doctor knows about it. It’s hard to listen to difficult medical news and pay close attention to details at the same time, so take someone with you to doctor’s visits to help listen, take notes, and ask questions. If you’ve been diagnosed with a type of cancer, always have your pathology re-checked. If you had a biopsy and your diagnosis is based on your original pathology report, be sure to get it reviewed again. We all have the power to make a real difference in our own care or that of a loved one.

Best Doctors, Inc. (www.bestdoctors.com) is a global health company founded by Harvard Medical School professors in 1989. Around the world, Best Doctors provides people access to the expertise of the best five percent of physicians for the right care and right treatment. For further information, call (800) 223-5003. Unsure if you have access to Best Doctors as an employee benefit? Take this article to your Human Resources Department.


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Preparing for the “Fiscal Cliff” By Wesley C. Reed, CRPC® Read more at: StyleToMe.com


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> A phrase that has found its way into our daily lexicon this year is “fiscal cliff.” It refers to a combination of Federal government spending cuts and expiring tax cuts that many fear could be a serious drag on the U.S. economy beginning at the start of 2013. These scheduled spending cuts and tax increases have many economists concerned that if nothing is done legislatively to change current plans and avoid the cliff, a recession could result due to consumers having less to spend just as government reduces its own spending. CHANGES ON THE DOCKET

The estimated impact on the economy comes from a combination of expiring tax cuts, new taxes and automatic spending cuts. The most direct effect on individuals has to do with tax changes. They include: • The expiration of the “Bush era” tax cuts of 2001 and 2003. Most notably, this would raise income tax rates for most people to levels that were in place prior to 2001. It would also change other tax provisions, including an increase in taxes on dividends and capital gains, a decrease in the child tax credit, and a reinstatement of phasing out some itemized deductions and personal exemptions for higher income individuals. • The end of the “payroll tax holiday” that reduced an individuals’ Social Security taxes by two percent. • Less benefit from the American Opportunity Tax Credit, which provided up to $2,500 per student in credits (a dollar-fordollar reduction in taxes) to offset qualified higher education expenses. In 2013, income limits to qualify for the credit – which will revert back to its prior name, the Hope Scholarship Credit – are lowered and the maximum credit is reduced to a projected $1,950. • The loss of the “patch” that allowed many middle income Americans to avoid exposure to the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). • A drastic reduction in the exclusion amount for the estate tax from $5.12 million per person to $1 million, and an upturn

in the highest maximum estate tax rate, from 35 percent to 55 percent. • The implementation of a higher income threshold to qualify to deduct out-of-pocket medical costs as an itemized deduction. Currently, expenses valued at more than 7.5 percent of Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) can be deducted. The threshold rises to 10 percent in 2013 for most taxpayers. For those at least age 65, the higher threshold phases in through 2016. • The addition of new taxes that will apply to individuals earning higher incomes as part of the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The effect these changes would have on individuals over the next year could be dramatic, anywhere from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars or more in increased taxes for 2013 depending on individual circumstances. The other aspect of the fiscal cliff is scheduled federal government spending cuts that are due to take hold in 2013 – another potential blow to the economy. These include: • $110 billion in spending cuts agreed to in the Budget Control Act of 2011 • $26 billion from the expiration of emergency unemployment benefits • $11 billion in reduced Medicare reimbursements for physicians

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In the meantime, be prepared for what may come. It appears likely that the amount of taxes you pay in 2013 will be higher than what you paid in 2012. Whether it will be as severe as what exists under the currently scheduled changes remains to be seen. Despite this, changes to the national economy or your personal financial circumstances will not occur overnight. The tax changes would take place all at once, but from a personal perspective, they would have a gradual effect. It could be dramatic over a year’s time, but it will be applied in smaller increments such as through wage withholding. Even the government’s spending cuts will be implemented gradually over the year. The situation will create challenges and should not be taken lightly. But it also offers the opportunity to carefully review your finances, everything from day-today spending to investment strategies and tax planning, to determine the best way to limit the impact on your own bottom line and move forward with your best financial strategies. <

Wesley C. Reed, CRPC®, is a Financial Advisor Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor with Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. in Minneola, Florida. He specializes in fee-based financial planning and asset management strategies and has been in practice for eight years. To contact him, 214 E. Washington Street Suite C Minneola, FL 34715, Phone 321-228-5454, and email Wesley.x.reed@ampf.com. Ameriprise Financial and its representatives do not provide tax or legal advice. Consult with your tax advisor or attorney regarding specific tax issues.

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Nobody can be certain what policymakers in Washington may choose to do – or not do – to limit the potential economic shock created by the confluence of events that have led to the fiscal cliff. They could vote to alter the planned changes to tax laws and government outlays in order to temper the impact. However, any action in that regard may not occur before late this year or into 2013.


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Deaths January 20 – Etta James Etta James, the powerful voice of the chart-topping single “At Last,” passed away at age 73. James was diagnosed with leukemia in early 2011 and passed on January 20th. She was a winner of four Grammy Awards and a 1993 inductee to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

February 11 – Whitney Houston On February 11th, Whitney Houston was found unconscious at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, submerged in the bathtub and was later pronounced dead at the age of 48. It was reported later that the cause of Houston’s death was drowning and “effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine use.” Houston was a six-time Grammy Award winning artist, whose record sales in the United States alone reached 55 million.

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May 17 – Donna Summer Donna Summer, a popular disco artist of the 1970s, died at age 63 after a battle with lung cancer. The five-time Grammy Award winner was known as “The Queen of Disco.” Some of her most popular songs include “Bad Girls,” “Last Dance,” and “Hot Stuff.”

May 20 – Robin Gibb One of the last members of the legendary pop group, the Bee Gees, died on May 20th at the age of 62. Gibb was a part of the three-piece pop group with his twin brother Maurice, and brother Barry, but later broke off on a solo career. Their most popular song is titled “Stayin’ Alive.”

April 7 – Mike Wallace

June 17 – Rodney King

American journalist, game show host, actor and media personality, Mike Wallace, passed away on April 7th. Wallace was one of the original correspondents for CBS’ 60 Minutes, which debuted in 1968, and hosted the show for nearly half a century. The legendary newsman died at the age of 93.

Rodney King, the African-American construction worker who became well known in 1991 after being beaten excessively by Los Angeles officers, died on June 17th at the age of 47 from accidental drowning. King was awarded $3.8 million in a civil case from being beaten by the officers, but had permanent brain damage after the incident.

April 18 – Dick Clark

June 26 – Nora Ephron

After suffering a massive heart attack on April 18th, the TV legend known as “America’s Oldest Teenager,” Dick Clark, was announced dead at the age of 82. Clark was most well known for his productions of American Bandstand, $10,000 Pyramid, American Music Awards, Golden Globes, and his annual countdown show, Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.

The three-time Oscar nominee and powerful Hollywood figure, Nora Ephron, died on June 26th at age 71 due to acute myeloid leukemia. Ephron was the writer and director of many popular blockbusters including Sleepless in Seattle,You’ve Got Mail, and When Harry Met Sally.

May 4 – Adam “MCA” Yauch Adam Yauch, founding member of the hip-hop group, Beastie Boys, died on May 4th at the age of 47 after a three-year battle with cancer. Yauch was usually known by his stage name, MCA. He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame just one month before his passing.

May 10 – Carroll Shelby American automotive designer, entrepreneur, and racing driver, Carroll Shelby, died on May 10th at the age of 89. Shelby was best known for creating

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July 3 – Andy Griffith The beloved star of The Andy Griffith Show, Andy Griffith, passed away on June 3rd at the age of 86. Besides his acting career, Griffith was a Grammy Award-winning gospel singer and also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from George W. Bush in 2005.

July 23 – Sally Ride Dr. Sally Ride, the first U.S. woman to travel to space, died on July 23rd at the age of 61 after her battle with pancreatic cancer. At age 32, Ride became the first American woman and the youngest American to enter space aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger on June 18, 1983.

August 23 – Jerry Nelson Jerry Nelson, the puppeteer known for playing the educational Count von Count on Sesame Street died on August 23rd at the age of 78. Nelson’s Sesame Street stint began in the ‘70s and lasted until his retirement in 2004. He also performed as a puppeteer for numerous other characters.

August 25 – Neil Armstrong The first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong, died on August 25th at the age of 82. Armstrong was the commander of the Apollo 11 mission and was famously quoted by saying “That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind,” as he stepped onto the moon’s surface.

September 3 – Michael Clark Duncan After being treated for two months after a massive heart attack, Michael Clark Duncan passed away on September 3rd at the age of 54. The Oscarnominated star of The Green Mile was known for his big, bright smile. He also appeared in other films including: Armageddon, The Whole Nine Yards, and Kung Fu Panda.

September 25 – Andy Williams American popular music singer, Andy Williams, died on September 25th at the age of 84 from a struggle with bladder cancer. Williams was known for recording 17 Gold and three Platinum-certified albums. He was also the host of The Andy Williams Show, along with numerous other television specials.

Noveber 2 – Milt Campbell The first African American to win the gold medal in the decathlon at the Olympic Games, Milt Campbell, died on November 2nd. Milt took home a silver medal at the Summer Olympic Games in 1952,but made history in 1956 when he won the gold in Melbourne. He passed away at age 78 after fighting prostate cancer for a decade.

November 3 – Elliott Carter Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer, Elliott Carter, passed away from natural causes on November 3rd at the age of 103. Even towards the end of his life, Carter published more than 40 works between the ages of 90 and 100, and 14 more before he died.


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Births January 7 – Blue Ivy – Beyoncé Knowles & Jay-Z

August 8 – Camden Jack – Kristen Cavallari & Jay Cutler

Although there was a lot of prior controversy about Beyoncé faking her pregnancy, Beyoncé and Jay-Z welcomed their first child, Blue Ivy. Jay-Z released a song about Blue Ivy titled “Glory,” just a few days after her birth on January 7th.

Reality star, Kristen Cavallari, and fiancé, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, welcomed their first child on August 8th. Kristen said that the pregnancy wasn’t exactly planned, but they left it up to fate.

February 7 – Exton Elias – Susan Downey & Robert Downey Jr. Susan Downey gave birth to her first child, son Exton Elias, on February 7th. This is the first baby between the married couple, but the second son to The Avengers actor, Robert Downey Jr.

February 28 – Samuel – Jennifer Garner & Ben Affleck Actor and actress Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are proud parents for a third time. Jennifer gave birth to son, Samuel, on February 28th. Samuel is now the baby brother to older sisters, Seraphina, 3, and Violet, 6.

March 20 – Luca Cruz – Hilary Duff & Mike Comrie Previous Disney actress and artist, Hilary Duff, gave birth to her first child, son Luca Cruz, on March 20th. Hilary has been married to her husband Mike Comrie since 2010 and said that she and Comrie were ready to start this new chapter in their lives.

August 26 – Lorenzo Dominic – Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi & Jionni LaValle The Jersey Shore “guidette” gave birth to her first child, Lorenzo Dominic, on August 26th. Snooki was pregnant during filming of the final season of MTV’s Jersey Shore. She chose to live in a separate house than her cast members and slowed down her fast-paced lifestyle.

After years of struggle from miscarriages, infertility, and a battle with breast cancer, Giuliana and Bill chose to have a baby via gestational surrogate. Their first child, Edward Duke, was delivered in Denver on August 29th.

September 12 – Camden John – Vanessa Minnillo & Nick Lachey Former boy band singer, Nick Lachey, and wife Vanessa Minnillo welcomed their first son on September 12th. The couple have been married since July 2011.

September 27 – Tennessee James – Reese Witherspoon & Jim Toth

Emma Heming gave birth to her first child with husband Bruce Willis on April 1st. The baby girl, who they named Mabel Ray, is the first child between the married couple, but the fourth daughter for Bruce.

Reese gave birth to the family’s newest addition, son Tennessee James, on September 27th. This is the first child between Reese and husband, Jim Toth. It is Reese’s third child - she also has two other children with exhusband Ryan Phillippe.

Jessica Simpson and fiancé, Eric Johnson, welcomed daughter Maxwell Drew on May 1st. Jessica announced her pregnancy in 2011 by tweeting a picture of herself on Halloween dressed like a mummy and cradling her belly. The tweet read, “It’s true – I’m going to be a mummy.”

July 8 – Penelope Scotland – Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick Kourtney Kardashian gave birth to her second child, Penelope Scotland, with boyfriend Scott Disick on July 8th. Tons of viewers tuned in to watch Kourtney as she went through her pregnancy on the popular reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

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August 29 – Edward Duke – Giuliana Rancic & Bill Rancic

April 1 – Mabel Ray – Emma Heming & Bruce Willis

May 1 – Maxwell Drew – Jessica Simpson & Eric Johnson

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October 19 – Adele and Simon Konecki World-famous artist, Adele, gave birth to her first child on October 19th. It’s a boy! Can you just imagine how lucky this baby is? — No word yet on the baby’s name, but, he certainly lucked out in the lullaby department.

November 10 – Miller William – Kelley Wolf and Scott Wolf Former Party of Five actor, Scott Wolf, and wife welcomed their newborn son, Miller William, on November 10. Miller joins older brother Jackson Kayse, who is 3 ½.

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Our Town B.B. King Since the 1950s, there has been only one King of the Blues: Riley B. King, affectionately known as B.B. King. Since B.B. started recording in the late 1940s, he has released more than 60 albums many considered blues classics, like the 1965 definitive live blues album Live At The Regal, and the 1976 collaboration with Bobby “Blue” Bland, Together For The First Time.

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Tampa Bay International Auto Show Hundreds of new cars, trucks, sport/ utility vehicles, crossovers and more will roll into the Tampa Convention Center for the 2013-Model Tampa Bay International Auto Show. Attendees are invited to check out all the latest rides in a non-selling environment, sit behind the wheels, inspect engines and kick the tires. From eyepopping exotics to the newest electric rides, the Tampa Bay International Auto Show offers something for everyone. Representatives from leading automotive manufacturers will be at the show to answer questions and provide information on the latest vehicles. The Tampa Bay International Auto Show is owned and presented by the Greater Tampa Bay Automobile Dealers Association, Inc. and produced by Motor Trend Auto Shows, LLC, the nation’s largest auto show producer. December 7 – 9 at Various Times Tampa Convention Center 333 S. Franklin St. Tampa, FL 33602 813-274-8511 www.motortrendautoshows.com Trans-Siberian Orchestra The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a whirlwind of power and musical brilliance that has been captivating audiences since their inception in 1993. The band has sold well over nine million concert tickets since then, and TicketProcess.com is thrilled to

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announce to the millions of TransSiberian Orchestra fans that they will be offering a large inventory of TransSiberian Orchestra tickets at their signature rock-bottom prices. Those that have not seen the fullforce, high-energy performances will be blown away by a live Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert. Those that have seen one know first-hand just what a unique and memorable experience it is.The band is a virtual buffet of musical talent, blending elements of classical music with modern metal rock. Throw in a bevy of lasers, lights, and smoke, and the live shows push the sensory limits to the extreme. The band consists of four core members who are joined by an array of musical specialists on their live tour dates, creating an eclectic sound that stems from the gallimaufry of instruments being used. Simply put, TransSiberian Orchestra tickets are worth every penny asked. The band will be performing The Lost Christmas Eve album in its entirety, creating a plot line and running story that fans can follow along with in addition to the unique and stellar sounds that are going to be pumped out of massive speakers all evening long. The Trans-Siberian Orchestra creates a show that can be enjoyed by fans of all ages and many genres of music, provided that they can withstand a wide array of sensory stimulation. December 15 at 8pm Tampa Bay Times Forum 401 Channelside Dr. Tampa, FL 33602 813-301-2500 www.tampabaytimesforum.com

A winner of multiple Grammy Awards, B.B. has received seven honorary doctorates, numerous gold and platinum record awards, the Kennedy Center Honors in 1995, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2006. B.B. has mixed traditional blues, jazz, swing, mainstream pop and jump into a unique sound. His singing is richly melodic, both vocally and in the “singing” that comes from his guitar. January 5 at 8pm Ruth Eckerd Hall 1111 McMullen Booth Rd. Clearwater, FL 33759 727-791-7400 www.rutheckerdhall.com Wicked Due to insistent public demand and after a previously sold-out and record-breaking run, Broadway smash hit and “cultural phenomenon” (Variety) ‘Wicked’ returns to Tampa for an extensive three-week run at the Straz Center in 2013. Fans of this highly acclaimed musical will definitely dance through life and defy gravity when this production enchants and captivates Tampa once more from January 9 to 27, 2013 at the Carol Morsani Hall. ‘Wicked’ tracks back to the colorful story of the Witches of Oz, from their younger years till they realized their destinies as the Good Witch of the North and the Wicked Witch of the West, and long before Dorothy alighted the train from Kansas and stepped into Munchkinland. Elphaba and Galinda grew up together but were stark contrasts of each other, and as such, were constantly subjected to comparisons. Galinda was more popular thanks to her luscious blonde hair and her amiable and sparkling

personality, while Elphaba’s enigmatic, fiery and outspoken personality and emerald skin caused people to isolate her out of their society, shaping her eventual resentment and negative perspective about others and her life as a whole. Their rich and dynamic history and how it relates to the fascinating classic tale of the ‘Wizard of Oz’ give rise to “the most complete – and completely satisfying – new musical in a long time” (USA Today). The performance running time is 2 hours and 45 minutes with 1 intermission. January 9 – 27 at Various Times Carol Morsani Hall – The Straz Center 1010 N. Macinnes Place Tampa, FL 33602 813-229-7827 www.strazcenter.com Ron White Comedian Ron “Tater Salad” White, best known as the cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking funnyman from the Blue Collar Comedy phenomenon, returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall. White has always been a classic storyteller. His routines relay tales from his real life; ranging from growing up in a small town in Texas to joining the ranks of some of the most successful comedians in America. He is a certified platinum-selling artist: having sold more than 10 million #1 albums, he has been nominated for two Grammy Awards and continues to be one of the top five grossing comedians on tour. Furthermore, White’s three Comedy Central stand-up specials are the top three rated specials in Comedy Central history. January 26 at 7pm Ruth Eckerd Hall 1111 McMullen Booth Rd. Clearwater, FL 33759 727-791-7400 www.rutheckerdhall.com


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Alan Jackson December 2 at 3pm Ask Gary Amphitheatre 4802 US Hwy 301 N. Tampa, FL 33881 813-740-2446 www.alanjackson.com

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Ringling’s Circus Nutcracker December 21 at 7pm Ruth Eckerd Hall

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