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> The phrase “think positively” is too often used without full understanding. Over the past few years, many people have been throwing the phrase around as a seemingly pointless cliché, meaning to inspire those who are depressed or troubled with a false glimmer of hope that fades away too quickly. To most of us, thinking positively has become nothing more than a tactic used to provide our friends and loved ones with comfort and solace. Although this simple phrase may have lost its effect in society, the truth behind it can carry emotional and mental benefit if we take the time to realize it. The fact remains that the power of positive thinking can truly allow the mind and spirit to develop an attitude of health, happiness, and achievement. Positive thinking is not merely a phrase; it is a mental attitude that directs our thoughts and guides our actions to lead our lives down paths of success. The mind finds that which it seeks, and with a positive outlook, we can achieve the favorable results of our great expectations. However, not everyone accepts this power of positive thinking. Some simply consider the idea to be nonsensical, while others merely laugh at those who believe in its capabilities and accept its virtues as truth. Today, there is a variety of evidence supporting the theory behind positive thinking, so perhaps these skeptics may soon come to agree with this philosophy. The subject of positive thinking has been gaining much momentum with a plethora of courses, informative lectures, and countless books and publications available for us to learn all of its benefits. As the spring season is upon us, now is the opportune time to evaluate this information and grasp the true meaning of positive thinking, so we can reap the rewards that are there for the taking.

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In this issue of Tampa Style, you will find some of the stylish swimwear trends that are fresh off the runways and hitting the shelves, which will inspire you to use your positive thinking skills to help keep you fit and fabulous this season. Along with the fashionable 2014 trends, the swimwear fun continues with an interesting look at how beach style has changed over the decades, as well as how designers have come to realize the importance of fashion and functionality and how to balance these aspects of swimwear. It is a fascinating and informative reminder of the fact that style changes with time, and what was once thought to be improper has now become accepted by society. This idea is a brilliant illustration of how tolerance develops over time, and more tolerance now rather than later would make everyone’s life much easier, even if it starts with a swimsuit. Throughout this March issue, you will discover many new tricks and tips for improving your positive thinking, whether it relates to your health, style, or beauty. It is important to step into spring with the right foot, and if your head and your heart are in the right place, your feet are sure to follow. As you read this issue, I hope you enjoy the experience as much as we have enjoyed putting it together! If you are interested in becoming a privileged subscriber and VIP member, please visit us online at TampaStyleMagazine.com I’ll see you at the next Chillounge event! Sincerely,

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10 - CONTRIBUTORS

MARK NEJAME Mark NeJame is a renowned trial attorney who has been involved in some of the areas and country’s highest profile cases. He is routinely sought by the media as a legal commentator and is currently a Legal Analyst for CNN. He is the Founder and Senior Partner of the Law Firm of NeJame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker, Joshi & Moreno, P.A. a/k/a NeJame Law. NeJame Law has 15 attorneys and 4 divisions: Personal Injury, Criminal, Immigration and Business/Commercial Litigation. Mr. NeJame is a regular contributor to Orlando Style Magazine. Mr. NeJame can be reached at 407-245-1232 and www. nejamelaw.com.

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

COURTNEY CAGGIANO

Courtney was born in Miami and has been a Florida native all her life. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a BA degree in English Literature, where she developed her passion for the written word. Currently residing in Orlando, she pursues all forms of writing, including journalism, nonfiction, critical literary analysis, and songwriting. In her free time, Courtney enjoys performing as a musician and guitarist in the Orlando area, as well as working as a freelance book editor for local authors.

MARIA DELIS

Maria has lived in New York, Athens, Miami and Orlando. Although she loves city life, she’s at her happiest when she’s island hopping in the Aegean. Maria earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Central Florida where she started her teaching career. She also holds an MA in public relations from the University of Miami. Her written work has appeared in various publications, including Ocean Drive Magazine, Visit Florida, AMPR’s Wanderlogue and The Miami Planet.

CHRISTINE OKOYE Christine Okoye has been working in the fashion industry for years dominating everything from retail and personal shopping to writing, marketing and PR. After receiving her degree in marketing, she was immediately hired to work for Macy’s corporate. Determined to further her knowledge in the industry Christine completed her Masters degree in Communications from FIU. Since then Christine has done PR for Eclectic Elements, written for Aventura Magazine, managed marketing and PR for www.PeaceLoveThreads.com and is the CEO of Posh Marketing & PR. In her spare time she enjoys updating her fashion blog www.InPursuitOfPosh.com

MICHELLE COLLINS

Michelle Collins was born in Holland but grew up in the Orlando area for most of her childhood. She is now a 21-year-old senior at Florida State University, finishing up her degree in Editing, Writing, and Media with a minor in Communications. She enjoys people watching, golden retrievers, travelling and is a self-admitted anglophile. Michelle is currently studying abroad in London, where she hopes to move and pursue a career in magazine publishing after graduation.

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Style Events, News & Gossip from Around the City By Michelle Collins

Demi Lovato

> The options for outings and social gatherings in Tampa are never slim, but this month had some especially spectacular events. Whether you wanted to laugh harder than ever before with hit comedians, spend a romantic evening watching a Broadway hit with your significant other, or if you wanted to jam out to major pop stars, Tampa was the place to be this month! Just three days after his final Tonight Show episode, comedian and former TV host Jay Leno stopped by Clearwater’s Capitol Theatre. This show on February 9th was so widely anticipated that it sold-out to Ruth Eckerd Hall members before they even made it to sale for the general public. This was Leno’s first appearance in Tampa Bay in more than 20 years and his performance was hilarious! Leno was able to get away with jokes a bit more naughty than he would on cable television and his set ensured that no audience member was left with a straight face. Despite his recent end of his 22 years of hosting the Tonight Show, Leno was on fire, spitting out joke after joke. If you’re upset about missing Leno’s legendary performance, you’re in luck! Due to overwhelming demand, the Capitol

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Theatre has added a second Jay Leno Performance on March 29th. Believe me when I say you need to do whatever you can to attend this show. Valentine’s day was extra special this year in the Bay area, as residents lined up by the hundreds to go see the 2012 Tony Award’s Best Musical winner, Once. Musical lovers filled the Carol Morsani Hall from February 11th-16th. Having won eight Tony Awards, this original Broadway musical showcases exceptional talent with singing and live performances of instruments onstage. The show tells the story of a struggling, Irish street musician who is toying with the idea of giving up his performing dreams, when he meets a beautiful woman who becomes infatuated with his music. As the two grow closer, his music begins to flourish, as does their relationship. This feel-good show was perfect for the ultimate romantics and made Valentine’s Day that much more spectacular for Tampa natives. Demi Lovato kicked off her 27-stop tour this month, and lucky for us, she made a stop in Tampa. The 21-year-old singer, songwriter, actor, and overall superstar played at the Tampa Bay Times Forum

on February 26th with none other than girl group, Fifth Harmony. Lovato and the fivesome pop group first met on the set of The X Factor, where Lovato was a judge and where the group placed 3rd overall in the competition. The “Neon Lights Tour” was to promote Lovato’s fourth album, self-titled “Demi,” but that didn’t stop her from performing a few of her old fan favorites. The crowd erupted when Lovato played songs like, “Catch Me,” “Remember December,” and “Here We Go Again.” The show wasn’t full of flashy costumes or choreography, but was rather a more intimate setting. Lovato focused on showcasing her talent with vocals instead of dance moves, but fans didn’t seem to mind at all. < Know of a Not-To-Be Missed Event? Do Tell! TampaStyleMagazine.com

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2014 SWIMWEAR TRENDS By Christine Okoye Photos Courtesy of Everything But Water With summer only a few months away this is the perfect time to start shopping for swimwear. Shopping for swimwear isn’t always fun: dressing room lighting, unflattering bikinis and our own personal insecurities can all get to the best of us. However, knowing exactly what you’re looking for when you go into a store can make things much easier and dressing up your look with accessories will certainly make things more fun! The most important element to shopping for swimwear is knowing what’s flattering to your body. Whether you’re comfortable in a sexy one piece or a bikini, wear what works for you and own it! Here are a few of our favorite 2014 swimwear fashion trends to look out for.

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High waist bikini bottoms are a newer trend. Not only do they look amazing but they also tend to cover up problem areas that haven’t been worked off in the gym.

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Take your look to the next level by adding some body jewelry. Body chains tend to work best with bikinis. Start off with just one piece, don’t over do it. You can typically find body chains at specialty stores.

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Unique cut outs are a great way to make a statement this summer. These bikinis don’t leave the most flattering tan lines but they’ll leave a lasting impression.

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White is still trending. If you’re going for a more clean, classy and sophisticated look you can’t go wrong with white! White throw overs offer a fresh finish to any beach look.

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FALL IN LOVE WITH

Marco Island By Riesa Pascal

Prepare for an unforgettable vacation on Marco Island, the largest of Florida’s famed Ten Thousand Islands

> When was the last time you went on vacation to experience life on the wild side? I love a beautiful resort and a relaxing pool just as much as the next person, but sometimes we need a vacation with that little extra kick. It could be something different for every person, but whatever your kick is, I guarantee you’ll find it at the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort, Golf Club & Spa. I had the pleasure of spending three unforgettable days at this stunning hotel and it didn’t take long to find out that Marco Island and its surrounding areas offer a remarkable vacation that suits my kicks to a tee: The fun, the thrills and the awe-inspiring beauty of nature and wildlife.

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United Airlines provided the non-stop flight from Orlando to Fort Myers and in no time I was making my way towards the gorgeous Marco Island on a scenic ride through South Florida. As we got closer, the animal crossing signs became more exotic. Turtles, and gators, and panthers! Oh my! At this point I began to realize that this wasn’t going to be a typical beach resort vacation. Once we hit the charming city of Marco Island, we quickly arrived at our final destination— the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort. Once you’ve step into this magnificent resort, it becomes immediately apparent that you’ve been welcomed into a Marriott hotel. Their reputation


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precedes them and for good reason. Friendly staff, grand decor and spacious, cozy guest rooms will have you dreading your imminent return trip home. I checked into my outstanding, ocean view room and changed into evening attire for an exquisite dining experience at Kurrents, one of the resort’s most upscale restaurants. My companions and I enjoyed a delectable selection of their signature seafood, steak dishes and fine wines on an open, outdoor lounge under the brilliant nighttime sky. The next morning we grabbed our bathing suits, sunscreen and sunglasses and set sail along the gentle waters for Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort’s exclusive Sailing and Shelling Adventure tour. Our cheerful captain, Jesse, was eager for us to catch a glimpse of a bottlenose dolphin, but it didn’t take long before we were surrounded by several on all sides. To say these guys enjoyed being the center of attention is an understatement! ‘Ooos’ and ‘ahhs’ filled the air as cameras snapped away at the playful mammals. Sitting on the bow of that ship, I had an incredible view of the peaceful waters surrounding me. I closed my eyes and took a deep breath

of some of the freshest air I’d ever breathed. I felt the warm sun on my skin and I relished in the gentle sea breeze across my face. It was a euphoric, blissful moment of my life that I’ll remember forever. We eventually docked the sailboat on Kice Island and got off for an entertaining shelling adventure. Mounds of seashells—all free for the taking— surrounded us in every shape and size. Jesse guided our shelling adventure by pointing out different shells, recalling interesting facts on the various ways they’re formed and by even contributing a few of her favorites to my own growing collection. On the return trip, it was impossible not to notice the spirited dolphins still following our wake or the paddle boarders cruising near the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort shore. From marine life to beach goer, a great time was had by all.

boarded brand new 2014 WaveRunners and got ready for what would be a thrill to be talked about for years. Our guide, Brian, has been leading these tours for seven years and it didn’t take a minute with him to see that he loves every moment of it. He led us on a 25-mile round trip through the Ten Thousand Islands where we got up close and personal with more dolphins and other wildlife that decided to join the tour. As the others and myself can all attest to, it’s impossible not to lose yourself in the ride as you whip around the Ten Thousand Islands and through the amazing mangrove islets. Best of all, the journey was more than just a high-speed thrill ride. It was also an unbelievably interesting educational experience. Periodically we’d bring our WaveRunners to a complete stop and listen intently as

That afternoon I participated in what would go on to be my favorite activity of the weekend. Marco Island Water Sport’s WaveRunner Excursion was an unforgettable journey through the Ten Thousand Islands of South Florida. After a brief safety training session, my companions and myself

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Brian passionately recalled fascinating facts about the vegetation and wildlife around us. That night we had the pleasure of witnessing one of Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort’s signature traditions. The Sunset Celebration performance at Quinn’s on the Beach. A fire dancer wowed the crowd with a memorable show in front of the spectacular Florida sunset. Afterwards, we enjoyed fresh cocktails and delicious tropical island food at the beachside restaurant and bar. As the night came to a close, I walked across the soft, white sand glowing luminescent under the silver moon. I took a moment to just bask in the peaceful calm of the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort. The serene atmosphere and relaxing vibes that followed me in everything I did and surrounded me everywhere I went was a feeling that I never wanted to let go of. For my last, but certainly not least, bit of adventure, I had the pleasure of spending my final day checking out one of the island’s most popular excursions through the Everglades. Dave was our bus driver to Everglades City and tour guide for the afternoon. Having lived in the area since 1986, we couldn’t have had a better, kinder gentleman to show us around. From endangered burrowing owls and red belly turtles to the smallest operating US Post Office

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in the world. We saw it all, but that was just a taste of what was to come! We made our way to Totch’s Island Airboat Tours where we boarded an airboat and took an extraordinary tour through the Everglades. We reached speeds of up to 35 mph and had intimate, close encounters with a Great Blue Heron, dwarf raccoons and even an 11-foot, 60-year-old gator taking a leisurely swim past our airboat. Afterwards we met Totch’s Gator Guy and his live, baby gator, which we all took turns holding and posing with. Lunch came in the delicious form of breaded gator nuggets and pan seared grouper salad at the notorious Oyster House known for its fresh seafood and steak. It’s never easy to say goodbye to a vacation as perfect as the one you’re bound to experience at the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort. In my case, a few drinks were in order at Korals Sushi & Cocktail Lounge to properly say my farewell. My companions and myself enjoyed delectable appetizers around the table as we shared stories from our unforgettable three days as guests at this exceptional resort. What will forever be most impacting to me was simply the way in which everyone we interacted with was so in love with their respective jobs. I found that unlike many other travel destinations, Marco Island was full of locals and long-time residents.

Therefore a vast majority of the staff we ran into both knew the island very well and loved it with a deep, sincere heart. More importantly, they also truly cared about educating the resort guests and making sure they’ve done everything in their power to ensure each visitor has a wonderful, unforgettable experience. From our sailboat captain Jesse, to Brian from the WaveRunner excursion. From our 7th generation airboat captain Wes, to our Everglades City driver Dave. From the Gator Guy to the friendly servers at the Oyster House and every single person in between. They all emanated an undeniably contagious passion for their work that translated into an exciting, memorable time had by all. Now is the time to escape from your everyday vacation and take a trip to the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort where you’ll experience a vacation full of nature, education, thrills, incredible wildlife encounters and so much more.<

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GIVE ME A (TAX) BREAK! By Mark NeJame Contributor Vanessa Braeley, Associate Attorney with NeJame Law

> Once upon a time, there was a little piece of legislation called The Mortgage Debt Relief Act of 2007. We will call it the Act. The Act essentially made a debt that was reduced, cancelled or forgiven due to a foreclosure or loan modification tax-exempt. This tax-exemption gave homeowners relief from taxes paid on the difference between the property value and the amount of the foreclosure or short sale. On December 31, 2013, the Act expired. Now, all homeowners forced into foreclosure have the additional hurdle of having to pay income tax on the debt. What does this mean for borrower who was foreclosed on? Haven’t they been through enough? Well, yes. But there may be a silver lining - otherwise known as bankruptcy. Don’t stop reading. This may sound like a horrible option to the average person, but there are some benefits! Think of it as spring-cleaning. Shedding those extra pounds for summer. A clean slate. Bankruptcy is probably one of the most misunderstood tools available to the consumer, so let’s answer some questions: Question: Doesn’t bankruptcy stay on my credit report for seven years? Answer: Technically yes. There is some (serious) history behind this. Forgiveness of debt after seven years is a biblical concept traced back to the Old Testament,

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specifically Deuteronomy 15:1-2 (“At the end of every seven years you shall grant a release of debts.”). Coming back to present day, particularly in the wake of economic downturn and subsequent hardships, banks and creditors look to a consumer’s history of spending and annual income not much past two years after a bankruptcy. So behave for a couple of years, and you may be in good shape! Question: Will I be able to get a credit card soon after bankruptcy? Answer: Maybe. Interest rates may be a bit high and terms may not be in the consumer’s favor, but it is important to establish credit. Oftentimes it is advised to obtain a credit card with a small limit and pay it off each month after declaring bankruptcy. Question: What’s the difference between Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11? Answer: Chapters 7 and 13 are personal. Chapter 11 is for a corporation that intends to reorganize its debt to stay in business (think airline companies). For an individual, Chapter 7 will wipe your slate clean. No more debt. Chapter 13 is for those individuals who make a little more money and are interested in paying back some of the debt – in small portions, almost like a payment plan – to creditors. A great benefit to filing any one of these

Chapters is the creditor harassment, bills and past due notices will stop immediately after filing. Sweet relief! Question: The Act expired and now I owe income tax on the deficiency amount. I couldn’t afford my mortgage and I certainly can’t afford to pay income tax on the difference – what can I do? Answer: Bankruptcy is a great tool, however it’s not for everyone. Each individual’s situation is different, so keep in mind there are plenty of options out there. It is strongly recommended that you meet with an attorney who practices in real estate and bankruptcy in order to navigate what’s right for you. So take some time to explore the topics of bankruptcy, foreclosure and the loss of important tax-exemptions. It’s the season of change and new beginnings. And just like your closet, your finances may need an overhaul. So consult with your lawyer and let the spring-cleaning begin! <

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YOUR INTERNAL FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

Dr. Deborah Harding’s Preventive Medicine for Optimal Health and Vitality By Maria Delis

> “We start by conducting a comprehensive evaluation to determine your specific metabolism, endocrine system’s functionality, and overall physiology,” says Deborah Harding, M.D. At her 7,000-square-foot Anti-Aging Center, located in Metro West, her clients receive more than just a peek into their health. Based on the results of their Elite Executive Health Evaluation, Dr. Deb and her specialized team develop an individualized program for each patient. “There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to patient care. You are unique, and so are your issues, goals and concerns regarding your health,” Harding believes. By pinpointing what is happening internally, both physician and patient can take a proactive approach not only to healthcare, but also to anti-aging. A fit body and mind prolong a vigorous life. And by maintaining good health, you can slow down the inevitable aging process. Triple-board certified in Internal, AntiAging and Sleep Disorder medicines, Dr. Deb began a new journey a few years ago after experiencing a “disconnection” from her patients. She saw that the traditional healthcare model did not allow for strong physician-patient rapports for obtaining and maintaining optimal health. She wanted the freedom to offer her patients the latest science without restrictions. “My practice [then] evolved into a unique concierge medical practice called the Harding Anti-Aging Center, which provides the ultimate personal experience to better health,” says Harding. In fact, clients choosing the full-day Elite Executive

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Physical even enjoy a private lunch with Dr. Deb. The center offers Follow-Up options, including 24-hour physician access. For $300 per month, patients continue their close rapport with their physician, where they can even text their health concerns to Dr. Deb. Moreover, concierge medicine allows for same-day, on time and unhurried appointments in a relaxing environment. The center looks and feels like a luxury spa – Marble countertops, a chic front desk, a Mediterranean style lobby, VIP rooms, an executive business center, a multi-media room and conference space. Now, concierge medicine may make some feel a bit apprehensive. In today’s economy should we forego our already expensive health insurance plans and pay out-of-pocket for enhanced services? But, as the traditional healthcare model becomes less effective, more medical practitioners and patients see concierge medicine as a better alternative. Research has found that boutique medical practices, that is, practices that limit the number of patients seen and opt-out of health insurance plans, can provide more effective and personalized preventive care. And that is the key to not only maintaining good health but also reducing hospital utilization rates. In a 2012 American Journal of Managed Care peerreviewed article, researchers found that this practice model allows physicians to take a more proactive approach. This increase in physician interaction contributed to “lower hospital utilization and ultimately lower healthcare costs.” Keep in mind that many patients at these medical practices can still use their health insurance to cover screening test costs, while

their membership affords them the benefits of personalized healthcare. The Harding Anti-Aging Center takes the role of your primary care doctor, but with a stronger emphasis on comprehensive anti-aging programs. Along with preventive anti-aging medicine, in-house bone density and thyroid screenings, fitness plans and new cognitive software, the Center also offers nutrition and lifestyle recommendations for both men and women. “Our team of anti-aging physicians, certified personal trainers, nutritionists, and chefs will work with you every step of the way to create a unique and targeted nutrition program, to increase your muscle mass, lower your body fat, and increase your metabolic rate,” states the Center. And because we all need our beauty sleep, the Center diagnoses and treats sleep disorders too. Although internal youth is the Center’s focus, Dr. Harding and team offer noninvasive cosmetic procedures, including glycolic facial peels, eyelash enhancement, specialized skin care therapies and Dr. Deborah Harding’s Specially Formulated Anti-Aging Skin Care Line. Above all, Dr. Deb wants to work closely with her clients to help them regain and maintain optimal health. The advanced laboratory analyses offered not only give a detailed picture of her client’s current health, but they are important tools in preventive medicine. As our body ages, inevitably it will succumb to disease. Modern medicine has yet to give us ambrosia, the food of the ancient gods. Preventive medicine, however, can prolong our lives.


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This is what the Harding Anti-Aging Center wants to emphasize – prevention. And one is not too young to take a proactive approach to his or her health.

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March is national colorectal cancer awareness month, yet few are familiar with the risks associated with the second biggest cancer killer in the United States. CRC affects both men and women, claiming more than 50,000 lives per year. Smoking, obesity, physical inactivity, type 2 diabetes, alcohol abuse, a diet high in red and processed meats, increase one’s chances of developing CRC (a highly treatable cancer when caught early). The risk increases after the age of 50, but CRC can make its early stage appearance sooner. Invasive screenings are not that appealing and many patients put them off until it is too late. Among the elite laboratory tests the Center offers, Dr. Deb highly recommends a new, noninvasive screening test. ColonSentry ® measures the expression of seven gene biomarkers (signatures) in the blood that are early warning signs of CRC. If a patient’s risks are high, Dr. Deb will recommend her patient undergo a colonoscopy. “Colonoscopies are the standard screening exam for detecting colon cancer,” Harding says. Between scopes, however, which can be periods of 5 – 10 years, we need something else to check for changes in our bodies. By incorporating this blood test in their annual physical, patients take a greater proactive role in their health. In addition to blood tests that detect breast and ovarian cancer risks, the Center offers EarlyCDT ® - Lung. The simple blood test aids the physician in risk assessment and in early detection of lung cancer in high-risk, asymptomatic patients. An elevation of any one of the seven autoantibodies above a predetermined cutoff suggests that a tumor might be present. The Center offers urine tests that check for kidney and bladder cancers too. The goal is to catch disease early and, sometimes, traditional screenings are not enough. “According to the standard blood test for cholesterol, your levels may be normal, yet you could still be at risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke,” Harding says. “We check cholesterol from a molecular standpoint,” she told me. Individuals with small-molecule cholesterol are at a higher risk of having a heart attack. The reason? It is harder for our bodies to eliminate smaller cholesterol molecules. With the proper therapy we can lower our risks. For more than twenty-five years, Dr. Deborah Harding has used her diverse medical background and knowledge of preventive science to help her clients live healthier lifestyles. She shares the Metro West facility with her husband of more than thirty-four years, Dr. Victor Harding. Although their practices are separate, Dr. Victor is now transitioning to concierge medicine and is the Anti-Aging Center’s Director of Research. Board certified in AntiAging, Sleep Disorders and Internal Medicine, his interests include obesity, cholesterol management and vascular problems. Both husband and wife also serve as faculty members at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Their future plans include merging their practices where anti-aging medicine is under an umbrella of concierge medical services. “A major goal of the Harding Anti-Aging Center is to further the knowledge of aging, especially as it relates to preventing cancer, dementia, and heart disease.”< www.hardingantiaging.com

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Z06 All New for 2015

> Chevrolet introduced the most track-capable Corvette in the brand’s history – the 2015 Corvette Z06. It stretches the performance envelope for Corvette with unprecedented levels of aerodynamic downforce, at least 625 horsepower from an all-new supercharged engine, and an all-new, high-performance eight-speed automatic transmission – all building on the advanced driver technologies introduced on the Corvette Stingray. “The new Z06 delivers levels of performance, technology and design that rival the most exotic supercars in the world,” said Mark Reuss, president, General Motors North America. “And the Z06 leverages the engineering expertise of GM, offering the choice of two worldclass transmissions, supercar performance without supercar fuel consumption and technologies that make it easier to fully enjoy the incredible experience of driving it.” The 2015 model is the first Corvette Z06 to offer a supercharged engine, an automatic transmission and, thanks to a stronger aluminum frame, a removable roof panel. The new, supercharged 6.2L engine is expected to deliver at least 625 horsepower (466 kW), and can be matched with either a seven-speed manual

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or an all-new, high-performance eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters for manual control. The aluminum frame carries over from the Corvette Stingray and will be used essentially unchanged for the Corvette Racing C7.R. A track-focused Z07 Performance Package adds unique components for true aerodynamic downforce, Michelin Pilot Super Sport Cup tires for enhanced grip, and Brembo carbon ceramic-matrix brake rotors that improve braking performance and contribute to greater handling through reduced unsprung weight. Although development testing is ongoing, the Z07 package has already recorded some of the fastest lap times ever for a Corvette, surpassing even the ZR1. “The Corvette Z06 is a great example of the technology transfer between racing and production Corvettes,” said Tadge Juechter, Corvette chief engineer. “First, we took what we learned on the Corvette Racing C6.R and applied that to the all-new Corvette Stingray. Then, using the Stingray as a foundation, the Z06 and C7.R were developed to push the envelope of performance on the street and the track.”


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SUPERCHARGED, EFFICIENT PERFORMANCE

ogy, enabling it to cruise efficiently on the highway with reduced fuel consumption, but offer more than 600 horsepower whenever the driver calls up its tremendous power reserve.”

The heart of the 2015 Corvette Z06 is the all-new LT4 6.2L supercharged V-8 engine, expected to deliver an estimated 625 horsepower (466 kW) and 635 lb-ft of torque (861 Nm). To balance performance and efficiency, the LT4 leverages the same trio of advanced technologies introduced on the Corvette Stingray: Direct injection, Active Fuel Management, or cylinder deactivation, and continuously variable valve timing.

To maintain the Z06’s mass and performance targets, the LT4 engine was designed with a more-efficient, morecompact supercharger. Even with its integrated supercharger/intercooler assembly mounted in the valley between the cylinder heads, the engine is only about one inch (25 mm) taller than the Corvette Stingray’s LT1 engine – while delivering nearly 37 percent more horsepower and 40 percent more torque.

These technologies – combined with the fuel-efficient multi-speed transmissions, aerodynamic design and lightweight construction – help make the new Z06 surprisingly fuel efficient.

The new 1.7L Eaton R1740 TVS supercharger spins at up to 20,000 rpm – 5,000 rpm more than the supercharger on the Corvette ZR1’s LS9. The rotors are shorter in length, too, which contributes to their higher-rpm capability – and enables them to get up to speed quicker, producing power-enhancing boost earlier in the rpm band. That boost is achieved more efficiently, thanks to a new, more direct discharge port that creates less turbulence, reducing heat and speeding airflow into the engine.

“The supercharged LT4 engine delivers the greatest balance of performance and efficiency ever in the Corvette,” said John Rydzewski, assistant chief engineer for Small-Block engines. “It is one of the world’s only supercharged engines to incorporate cylinder deactivation technol-

The LT4 engine also has several unique features designed to support its higher output and the greater cylinder pressures created by forced induction, including: • Rotocast A356T6 aluminum cylinder heads that are stronger and handle heat better than conventional heads • Lightweight titanium intake valves and machined connecting rods for reduced reciprocating mass • High 10.0:1 compression ratio – for a forced-induction engine – enhances performance and efficiency and is enabled by direct injection • Forged aluminum pistons with unique, stronger structure to ensure strength under high cylinder pressures • Stainless steel exhaust headers and an aluminum balancer that are lighter than their LT1 counterparts • Standard dry-sump oiling system with larger cooler capacity than Z51; used with dual-pressure-control oil pump. <

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THE HOT NOT SO HOT CELEB BODS OF 2014

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By Courtney Caggiano

HOT BODS: SHAKIRA > Spring is in the air, which means that summer will soon arrive before we know it. Now is the time to take initiative and start working toward the body of your dreams, so you will be camera-ready for those Florida beach days and hot summer nights. Here is a list of the hot and not so hot celeb bods to inspire you to make the sunny season a happy and healthy one.

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Shakira said herself that her “Hips Don’t Lie,” and her new body is quite a testament to that truth. After giving birth to her first child in 2013, the singer has come back into the spotlight with achievements such as a new album and a toned physique that echo the recent success of her personal life. Now that Shakira is enjoying motherhood and a loving relationship with soccer star Gerard Pique, she finds that she is worrying less about her outward appearance and simply focusing on maintaining her health. Even though she is fit as ever, Shakira has given up trying to work toward a thinner body and has chosen to accept her natural size. She believes that a healthy body is more beautiful than a thin body and has stated that her boyfriend, Pique, finds that a fuller yet flattering figure suits the unstoppable singer.

HUGH JACKMAN Ever since Hugh Jackman’s debut as the Wolverine in the X-Men series, he has maintained the role of one of Hollywood’s hottest stars with a body to match. Jackman is in better shape than ever as he has been preparing for the upcoming X-Men film set to be released later this year. The Australian actor dedicates himself to a rigorous workout routine, complete with intense strength training and constant cardio workouts. In addition to these weekly exercise programs, Jackman also stays in shape by putting on his dancing shoes, as 2014 will mark his return to Broadway. With these major career milestones awaiting Jackman in the near future, it is no wonder how the actor keeps his focus and motivation for sustaining a ripped body.


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AMBER HEARD Amber Heard may be one of the hottest young stars in Hollywood, and her gorgeous body even won over Johnny Depp, to whom she is rumored to be engaged. Although the blonde bombshell’s toned body may seem effortless, she is quick to make known that her physical shape is hard earned and well deserved. Heard says that she watches what she eats and drinks, while working out regularly. She enjoys running, playing tennis, and taking Pilates classes, and the results are well worth the time spent exercising. As a naturally curvy girl, Heard believes that any woman can achieve the body she desires with focus and determination. She has watched her own body transform with a healthy diet and daily exercise, and she encourages other women to do the same.

NOT SO HOT: CHANNING TATUM Although voted People’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2013, Channing Tatum appears to have recently taken a break from his regular fitness routine. The Magic Mike star has not been keeping up with the diet and exercise regime of his wife, who has bounced back from the birth of their first child with a trim post-baby body. Tatum admits to being a binge eater while in-between roles of his high-grossing movies, so perhaps this is just a phase for the usually buff actor. He states that he sometimes fluctuates between 25 to 30 pounds when not filming, and he often feels like a “fat kid” with a hearty appetite on the inside. Due to this being Tatum’s first year of fatherhood, it seems that he may deserve a respite from his usual strenuous workout routine. Tatum reveals that he has greatly enjoyed spending his time with his daughter, Everly, as well as allowing her to become the main focus of his life.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE Over the past few years, Jennifer Lawrence’s acting career has skyrocketed with the success of The Hunger Games movie franchise, but judging by her figure, it is evident that her recent rise to fame is due to her stellar acting talent, rather than her hot body, or lack of one. However, Lawrence’s body shape does not faze her, as she believes that society views the outward appearance of the modern female with an unnecessary importance that she hopes to counteract with self-confidence. When preparing for The Hunger Games, Lawrence even refused to lose weight for the role, stating that her young audience deserves a realistic role model to which they can relate. Lawrence may not be the average Hollywood starlet, but this does not signal her inability to champion with the best in the business. Many fans applaud Lawrence’s bold and independent ideals, even if she does not look the best in a bikini.<

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options are yogurt, cheese, nuts, and beans. You could use them in your main meals or for your snacks. Protein will keep you more satisfied than carbs or fats, and it encourages fat burning. You get the best of both worlds. • Exercise: Yes, you may have a ton of excuses to avoid exercise, but it is essential to get your dream body. Exercise makes you look good and it makes you feel good. So throw away the excuses and get moving. And not having a gym membership is definitely NOT an excuse. 1. Do cardio at least 3 times a week: You have many options; you could walk, jog, run, dance, jump, swim, or whatever gets your heart rate going. Choose an activity that you like, and burn calories while you have fun.

HELLO SUMMER BODY! By Stephani Nardulli

> Yes ladies, one of the most dreaded times of the year is just around the corner: Summer - or should I say BIKINI SEASON? This may sound a little intimidating if we haven’t hit the gym in a while; the truth is a lot of women panic just at the thought of wearing a bikini, but it shouldn’t be that way. We want to feel confident, have fun, relax, and just be carefree. You may think it’s too late to get fit just in time for the season, but you’d be surprised to see how much you and your body can change in just a few weeks. With a lot of commitment and determination you’ll look fabulous in no time. I know how much you want to look great this summer, and that’s why I have gathered a few tips that will make you turn heads all season long. Eat healthy: I know, this sounds overrated and obvious; but if you really want that hot body you’re going to have to watch what you eat. • It’s recommended that you eat at least 5 small meals a day. If you thought starving

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would be the solution to your problem, think again. Eating constantly throughout the day will boost your metabolism and it will keep you from overeating. You will feel energized and always ready for a good workout. So basically you have to eat to lose weight, isn’t this great? • Eat a snack in between meals. So your day will go like this: breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner. There are many options to choose from, but remember to avoid sweets as much as possible. • Fill up your plate with color. Go for fruits and veggies instead of processed food – your worst enemy. Choosing colorful veggies will make your food more pleasant to look at and you’ll want to eat it. The idea is to eat something you like instead of forcing yourself. • Drink lots of water, and avoid sweet drinks. Drinking water has innumerable benefits, and cellulite reduction is just one of them. That’s right ladies, if you want to reduce the appearance of cellulite you must drink lots of water. • Add protein to every meal. Some good

2. Don’t be lazy, be smart: Take the stairs instead of the elevator, park farther from the entrance and walk faster. Take every opportunity you can to burn more calories. 3. Do not be afraid to lift weights. Many women have the believe that lifting weights will bulk them up and make them look manly, but in reality weights will sculpt your body to make you look toned and fabulous; or do you want to look skinny and flabby? - I didn’t think so. 4. Get Organized: In order to be successful and reach your goal you must have a plan of action; this will keep you focused and on track. • Set a realistic goal. Decide how much weight you want to lose and commit to it. • Track your progress. Take a picture at the beginning of the process, and at the end of every week until you finish. This will allow you to see the changes that you cannot see in the mirror and it will keep you motivated. • Meal prep. Choose a day or two to prepare your meals for the week. So if you’re a busy person, all you have to do is grab your meal and go. As always, consult with your doctor before starting any new diet and exercise regimen.<


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REPUBLIC Why we love them and celebrate their return to the music scene! By Riesa Pascal

> It’s hard to believe it has almost been one year since OneRepublic unleashed their third studio album onto the pop-rock music world. With the release of Native came one of the biggest hits in recent months, “Counting Stars.” OneRepublic fans across the globe were ecstatic upon learning the band had brought an end to their three and a half year hiatus. With a dwindling lack of genuine musical talent today, the music industry can’t afford for a band like OneRepublic to be taking breaks! OneRepublic formed in Colorado Springs, Colorado and first burst onto the music scene in 2007 with the release of their debut album, Dreaming Out Loud. Their lead single off the album was the widely acclaimed hit “Apologize.” As if the unforgettable tune wasn’t catchy enough, American rapper Timba-

land remixed the song and released it on his own album, Shock Value. The remix quickly became a global hit. It peaked at number one for eight consecutive weeks on the Billboard Pop 100 chart and reached the top three of the Billboard Hot 100. The song sold five million copies in the United States alone and was a massive hit internationally, reaching number one in sixteen countries. The success eventually led to the band’s first Grammy nomination for best pop performance in a group or duo. Other recognizable hits off the album included “Say (All I Need),” “Mercy” and “Dreaming Out Loud.”

ing Out Loud, OneRepublic began working on their second studio album, Waking Up. If there was a doubt in anyone’s mind that OneRepublic was going to be a one-hit wonder, Waking Up quickly and thoroughly erased that notion. The album was released in November 2009 and peaked at number 21 on the Billboard 200. Their first single off the album “All The Right Moves” peaked at number six in the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart. Their second single, “Secrets” peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard Adult Top 40 chart while “Good Life” reached number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100.

OneRepublic has cleverly mastered a unique combination of rhythmic beats and anthemic lyrical writing leading almost every song to become an instant classic. Following the success of Dream-

Of course no band is complete without a talented frontman and OneRepublic’s has got it all. Ryan Tedder is an American singer-songwriter, record producer and musician who has enjoyed a successful

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career in a variety of areas in the industry. In addition to his work with OneRepublic, Tedder also has an independent career as songwriter and producer for various artists. The impressive list includes Adele, Beyoncé, Colbie Caillat, Maroon 5, Demi Lovato, Ellie Goulding, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Lopez, Gavin DeGraw, Gym Class Heroes, One Direction, James Blunt and many others. Tedder was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and raised in a Christian household. Tedder and his wife, Genevieve, have a threeyear-old son, Copeland Cruz. If their toddler is anything like his father, you can be sure little Copeland has already begun following in the musical footsteps of Tedder. At the age of three, Tedder began to learn the piano with the encouragement of his father who was also a musician and his mother, a schoolteacher. Four years later, he started singing for the first time. At twelve, Tedder began improving his vocals by imitating some of his favorite artists such as The Beatles, Stevie Wonder and even Sting. For the next five years, Tedder would continue to sing at least two hours every day at home, through church, school, and personally formed groups. With the formation of OneRepublic in 2003, all of Tedder’s hard work paid off and for the first time he was globally recognized as the incredibly talented artist that he is.

OF COURSE NO BAND IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A TALENTED FRONTMAN AND ONEREPUBLIC’S HAS GOT IT ALL.

On March 22, 2013, OneRepublic released their third and most recent studio album, Native. It became the band’s first top ten album on the Billboard 200 and their highest charting album to date, peaking in the coveted top five at number four. Native’s lead single, “If I Lose Myself” hit top ten in several countries. The album’s third single, “Counting Stars” reached top ten placements in nine countries and top five in seven. In the UK, “Counting Stars” topped the charts and became their highest UK peak to date. Back home in the US, the hit peaked at number 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 becoming their highest charting hit since “Apologize.” OneRepublic has got it all. Great hits, incredibly talented musicians and an amazing frontman who not only writes his own material but is also pretty easy on the eyes! The band truly deserves every success and accolade they’ve earned since their inception over a decade ago—as well as all the praise they’re sure to be receiving now. If you haven’t heard Native yet, be sure to pick up your copy today and check out this incredible band that we can’t help falling for! <

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LOSING THE BABY WEIGHT By Katy Seymour

GET YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS INVOLVED: There are so many different ways to get your family involved with your workouts. Some places offer mommy-and-baby classes that can provide quality time for your kids and your body. Try taking the kids with you when you go on a hike. Or consider taking the little ones to the pool with you for a swim. Have another Mom keep you motivated and accountable. A buddy system can help you both stay on track and plan ahead for future workouts.

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fore you grab a handful of cookies, take a moment to think of your options. Those cookies will only satisfy you for a few moments. Try healthy snack and meal options from your grocer. One great snack readily

available

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year round is almonds. These little nuts are packed full of healthy fats that help shed the weight, not to mention they are sweet and delicious. No time to make dinner every night? Pre-cook your meals and store them in the fridge or freezer to help yourself and your family have a healthy dinner each night. Don’t let that drive-thru become your daily food distributor! As always, consult with your doctor before starting any new diet and exercise regimen. <


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3: WATCH FOR BEACH HAZARDS Although the beach is a great place for your dog to exercise, the natural environment poses several dangers. Do not allow your dog to drink the ocean water, as sea salt is a gastrointestinal irritant that can cause dehydration and vomiting. In case of cut paws from rocky terrain, bring a first aid kit including ammonia, peroxide, cotton balls, and bandages. It’s always best to keep your dog on a leash especially when entering the water; you don’t want your dog to be carried away with the tide/surf. Also, a life jacket can be a lifesaver, and always remember that puppies should stay on the shore at all times.

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5 SAFETY TIPS FOR BEACH BOUND PUPS By Courtney Caggiano

> The beach is one of the best places for you and your pup to have fun in the sun, but it is also an unfamiliar environment for which your dog should be prepared. Here are five important tips to help keep your best friend safe in the sand and sea.

1: AVOID OVERHEATING With the Florida heat that often arrives well before the summer months, it is vital to ensure that you protect your pooch from the dangers of overheating. You should bring plenty of cold water, preferably bottled and in a cooler with ice, as well as a doggie bowl for easy access. Also, set up a shady retreat for your dog with an umbrella and a blanket to protect his or her sensitive paws from the scorching sand. If you have a short-muz-

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zled breed, such as a Pug or a Pekinese, it is important to remember that these dogs overheat faster than others.

2: PREVENT SUNBURN If you decide to bring a short-coated or fair-haired breed to the beach, it is necessary to take precaution against potential sunburn. You can purchase sunscreen made specifically for dogs, but be sure to avoid brands that contain zinc or fragrances, which can be toxic if ingested. Apply sunscreen to any area that may be vulnerable to direct sunlight, and reapply after every dip in the water. Even if your dog has a thick coat, you should apply sunscreen to the nose and ears. For hairless dogs, keep a T-shirt on hand for extra protection.

Once at the beach, your dog may want to romp around in the sand, and this is a healthy release of energy that should be allowed. In order to keep your dog safe while off-leash, have a calling command to which he or she responds. Before you take your dog to the beach, teach and practice this command where there are little distractions. If you are unsure as to your dog’s adaptability of this skill, bring a long leash so he or she can take part in the fun while staying securely nearby.

5: FOLLOW BEACH RULES It is important to pay attention to the recommendations of the specific beach you are visiting, as these will help ensure the safety of your dog. These rules may include supervising your dog, following the leash laws, making sure your dog is up to date on vaccinations, and keeping your dog’s ID tags on at all times. Always remember that your dog is probably not the only pet at the beach, and these rules will help to keep him or her safe from dogs that may be more aggressive or ill behaved. <


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> When most people in Florida think about rum, thoughts of pirates jump into their heads. It is true that our state has a history of pirates and their stories go hand in hand with rum drinking swashbucklers. Why we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have those type of pirates sailing up and down our coasts we do still have rum. Rum has been kind of pushed to the back of most bars in recent years as most patrons have turned to vodka, gin, old world liquors and whiskies. I feel that rum is about to push back. This is just a feeling on my part but I believe that rum is poised to be the next big thing in the craft spirit world.

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RUM

The Next Trend to Hit the Craft Movement? By Travis Joiner

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There has been a series of trends that most people who are in the business have seen unfold over the past few years. Absinthe is one example that shot out of the gate at first and craft bars and bartenders fell in love with the mystery behind it. Other spirits were quick to line up and become the trendy thing to have and to be seen having. Rum got lost in the shuffle but it seems to this writer that it will soon have a voice to be heard from coast to coast. This is a trend that I think Floridians can really get behind. We already have it instilled in our history so let us be one of the first to push this crafty trend to the front of the line. I know there are several distillers in Florida already making some great rums right here in our own backyards. A little research will lead you to such rums as Wicked Dolphin, Siesta Key, Miami Club and Key West First Legal Rum being distilled, quite well, somewhere close by. As far as craft bartenders playing and creating cocktails with rum as the main ingredient, they are coming around. The spirit really allows a bartender to be creative and tickle your taste buds in many different directions. Silver rum is a nice clean canvas on which a craft

spirit aficionado can create different masterpieces from sweet to fruity or to smoky and bold. Spiced rum is one that I think gets looked over. Do yourself a favor and seek out a spiced rum that doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have an overly brash pirate on the label and you will be pleasantly surprised. For those of you who love their whiskies neat or on the rocks will not be disappointed either. Ask your local barkeep to introduce you to their selection of aged rums and you might not head back to the bourbon. Rum also shines in many different locales and bars. Images of a frozen tall concoction nestled next to your chaise lounge poolside cooling you off in the hot Florida sun? It has rum I bet. The pool bar will be stocked with all kinds of fun rum based drinks meant to cool you down during the day or heat things up at night. Out downtown for a nice dinner with your peers or friends? Hit the bar first and find a local rum or one you have not heard of before and have them introduce it to some ice and ginger beer. Just got finished with a big business dinner at a four star restaurant? Celebrate with aged rum and if they have them, one big ice cube. Whatever the situation I guarantee rum can be the star if you give it a chance. Trends in this industry have been changing constantly and one must stay in tune with the industry to keep up. I say it is time for Florida to help start a trend that others will grab hold of. I believe that trend is rum. As I said before, seek out the local rums when you can or find a bartender who knows how great an aged rum is and let them introduce you to a whole new world. However you choose to introduce rum to the glass that is in front of you, do it! As for me I am off to the beach to search for buried treasure at my favorite bar, A Dark and Stormy in hand. Cheers <


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DR. JENNIFER GILBY Specialty: Obstetrics and Gynecology

> Dr. Jennifer Gilby has a longstanding reputation of excellence in Obstetrics and Gynecology in the St Petersburg community. She has been an OB/GYN in the Tampa Bay Area for over 17 years. She attended The University of Florida College of Medicine, then moved to Tampa Bay and completed her residency at USF Department of OB/ GYN at Tampa General Hospital. Upon completion of her residency, she moved to St Petersburg to begin her private practice. She has been in private practice now for 13 years. Women’s Care FloridaAbsolute Health & Wellness is the name of her private practice located at 1600 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North in Northeast St. Petersburg.

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St. Petersburg Office 1600 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N. St. Petersburg, FL 33704 727-456-0750

Tyrone Office 3268 66th St. N. St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-456-0750 www.ObGynStPetersburg.com

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Dr. Gilby has many accomplishments. She is Vice Chairman for the Department of Surgery at St Anthony’s Hospital as well as teaching faculty for Bayfront Medical Center Department of OB/ GYN Residency program. She serves as Chairman of the Board for Physicians Business Services, Inc. a corporation that provides billing and collections as well as human resources, consulting, and IT to other medical practices. She was chosen to begin the DaVinci Single Site Hysterectomy platform for the Tampa Bay Area by Intuitive Surgical the company that manufactures the DaVinci Robotics. She is a proctor for Intuitive Surgery/DaVinci Robotics and teaches GYN robotics surgery to multiple surgeons around the state as well the Bayfront OB/GYN Residency program. She practices Obstetrics at Bayfront Baby Place and operates at Bayfront Medical Center and St Anthony’s Hospital. Her awards include being nominated to “Who’s Who Among

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America’s Obstetrician Gynecologists”, as well as “America’s Top Obstetrician Gynecologists”, and she was chosen “Top Teaching Physician” by the Bayfront OB/GYN Residency Program. She was the first to perform a Robotic Hysterectomy in St Petersburg, as well as the first in Tampa Bay to perform In-Office Endometrial Ablation with Novasure. She continues to offer In Office Novasure ablations, Essure tubal occlusions, and office hysteroscopy. Dr. Gilby also treats a wide variety of women’s issues including prolapse, incontinence, pelvic pain, low sex drive, hormonal imbalance and endometriosis. She also performs vaginal and vulvar plastic surgery with labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation surgical procedures. Dr. Gilby enjoys caring for women through all spectrums of life: early adolescence, through pregnancy, and into menopause. Her patients state that she is a doctor that “really gets to know you, while solving your problems and delivering top notch healthcare”. “She consistently takes time to ask about your personal, career, and or family life”. Her patients all agree that, “She is definitely worth the wait!” Although Dr Gilby has a busy schedule, she is welcoming new OB patients as well as Surgical consults and patients with a GYN problem. As of March 17, 2014 she is welcoming Joyce Kepto, ARNP, CNM to work side by side with her at Women’s Care Florida. She and Joyce will be seeing patients together with a combined total of over 35 years experience treating women in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Call today for your appointment: 727-456-0750. <


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ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY Roger Williams Fox Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Associates of Tampa Bay 13801 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Ste 502 Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-9743 Mark Christian Glaum Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Associates of Tampa Bay 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 502 Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-9743 Alan Barton Halsey Partners in Allergy and Asthma Care 3658 Lithia Pinecrest Rd Valrico, FL 33596 813-681-6537 Craig Andrew Kalik Partners in Allergy and Asthma Care 3658 Lithia Pinecrest Rd Valrico, FL 33596 813-681-6537 Dennis K. Ledford Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Associates of Tampa Bay 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 502 Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-9743 Richard F. Lockey Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Associates of Tampa Bay 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 502 Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-9743 Jack Parrino 5128 N Habana Ave Tampa, FL 33614 813-877-0550 Daniel A. Reichmuth Florida Medical Clinic Department of Allergy and Asthma 38103 Market Sq Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813-779-8194 Mandel Reid Sher 11200 Seminole Blvd, Ste 310 Largo, FL 33778 727-397-8557 ANESTHESIOLOGY Muhammad N. Abou-Samra Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Denna E. Ali Laser Spine Institute 3001 N Rocky Point Dr E Tampa, FL 33607 813-289-9613 Alan David Almengual Pediatric Surgery Center Department of Anesthesiology 14111 State Rd 54 Odessa, FL 33556 813-343-5690 Cathy M. Balbin Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 John C. Basile Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Enrico M. Camporesi Tampa General Hospital Department of Anesthesiology 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606

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813-844-7170 Sibat F. Chaudary Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Andrew V. Dvoryansky Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Carla Galang Elite Anesthesia Practitioners Central Florida Surgery Center 900 Griffin Rd Lakeland, FL 33805 813-394-3780 Frank Green Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Vincent Guarini Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Mark E. Kelly Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Sarat B. Lingam Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Etta L. Lowery Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Devanand Mangar Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Veronica L. Massey Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Rafael Miguel Brandon Pain Medicine 514 Eichenfeld Dr, Ste 202 Brandon, FL 33511 813-571-7117 Richard L. Nutt West Bay Surgery Center 1401 W Bay Dr Largo, FL 33770 727-585-9500 Sumedha A. Panchal Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 William Quartuccio Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Javier Rojas Zephyrhills Anesthesiology Associates 7050 Gall Blvd Zephyrhills, FL 33541 877-509-3653 David Jeffrey Samuels Tampa General Hospital Department of Anesthesiology 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606

813-699-9871 John (Hans) Schweiger Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Baiju P. Sheth Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Reginald B. Simmons Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Hector Vila, Jr. Pediatric Dental Anesthesia Associates 4304 Azeele St Tampa, FL 33609 813-545-9924 Cong Wang Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Brooke Williams Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Albrecht Wobst Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Tampa Bay Anesthesiology Associates 7050 Gall Blvd Zephyrhills, FL 33541 813-788-0411 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Luis Annoni-Suau Interventional Cardiac Consultants West Coast Arrhythmia Center 3000 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 120 Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-5248 Peter J. Berman Tampa General Medical Group - Cardiology 5 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl, Ste 300 Tampa, FL 33606 813-251-0793 Mario I. Canedo Cardiology Center of Tampa 13701 N Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-2600 Guillermo B. Cintron Tampa General Medical Group - Cardiology 5 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl, Ste 300 Tampa, FL 33606 813-251-0793 Douglas Ebersole Lakeland Regional Medical Center Watson Clinic 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, FL 33805 863-680-7995 Hector L. Fontanet Florida Medical Clinic Department of Cardiology 2100 Via Bella Blvd, Ste 202 Land O’Lakes, FL 34639 813-929-3516 James Irwin Bay Heart Group 2814 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-875-9000 Arthur J. Labovitz USF Health Department of Cardiovascular Medicine 2 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606

813-259-0664 Fadi A. Matar Florida Cardiovascular Institute 509 S Armenia Ave, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33609 813-353-1515 Debbie Rinde-Hoffman Tampa General Medical Group - Cardiology 5 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl, Ste 300 Tampa, FL 33606 813-251-0793 Dany Edward Sayad Florida Cardiovascular Institute 509 S Armenia Ave, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33609 813-353-1515 John Thompson Sullebarger Florida Cardiovascular Institute 509 S Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33609 813-353-1515 Kenneth H. Yamamura West Coast Arrhythmia Center 14100 Fivay Rd, Ste 310 Hudson, FL 34667 727-862-3202 COLON AND RECTAL SURGERY Anthony N. Brannan HealthPoint Medical Group Department of Colon and Rectal Surgery 4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33614 813-879-5010 Jorge E. Marcet USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4545 CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE W. McDowell Anderson USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Sleep Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2920 Attila Becsey Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Keith Wayne Chandler 4620 N Habana Ave, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33614 813-875-9362 Jonathan B. Cohen H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Anesthesiology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8486 Theron Arthur Ebel Florida Medical Clinic Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine: Fletcher Medical Cntr Bldg, Ste 270 3000 E Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33613 813-977-7794 Allan L. Goldman USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Pulmonary Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2920

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Marian Menezes Florida Medical Clinic Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fletcher Medical Center Bldg, Ste 270 3000 E Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33613 813-977-7794 Ralph E. Robertson Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 Mark Rumbak USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Pulmonology 2 Tampa Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-974-2920 John (Hans) Schweiger Florida Gulf-to-Bay Anesthesiology Associates 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste A-327 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4434 David Allan Solomon USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Pulmonary Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2920 Frank W. Walsh H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Thoracic Oncology Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8412 DERMATOLOGY Jeffrey S. Beard 1416 59th St W Bradenton, FL 34209 941-794-5246 Teresa Pullara Brandt Palm Harbor Dermatology 621 Medical Care Dr Brandon, FL 33511 813-657-3330 Basil S. Cherpelis USF Physicians Group Department of Dermatology 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-4744 James B. Connors Suncoast Medical Clinic Department of Dermatology 620 10th St N, Ste 3A St. Petersburg, FL 33705 727-824-7105 Peter A. Donelan Florida Hospital Tampa Department of Dermatology 3000 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-1229 Lowella E. Esperanza Florida Medical Clinic Department of Dermatology 38051 Market Sq Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813-780-8085 Neil Alan Fenske USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Dermatology 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612

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813-974-4744 John Robert Hamill, Jr. Gulf Coast Dermatology 7547 Jacque Rd Hudson, FL 34667 727-862-8561 Ruth Hanno Tampa Palms Dermatology 15310 Amberly Dr, Ste 150 Tampa, FL 33647 813-978-8888 Daniel James Hogan Bay Pines VA Healthcare System Department of Dermatology 10000 Bay Pines Blvd Bay Pines, FL 33744 727-398-6661 Timothy Francis Kelly 1840 Mease Dr, Ste 406 Safety Harbor, FL 34695 727-712-8222 Kathleen Leber 2835 W De Leon St, Unit 201 Tampa, FL 33609 813-350-0700 Nancy Ling 305 Bryan Rd, Ste 5 and 6 Brandon, FL 33511 813-689-2054 Christopher G. Nelson USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-4744 Albert J. Nemeth Advanced Specialized Laser Center Bldg C, Ste 2 3165 N McMullen Booth Rd Clearwater, FL 33761 727-799-5273 Stacy Perez Palm Harbor Dermatology 621 Medical Care Dr Brandon, FL 33511 813-657-3330 Philip D. Shenefelt USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-4744 James Spencer Spencer Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center 900 Carillon Pkwy, Ste 404 St. Petersburg, FL 33716 727-572-1333 Susan H. Weinkle Bay Area Medical Complex 5601 21st Ave W, Ste B Bradenton, FL 34209 941-794-5432 ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM Louis Bernard Chaykin Meridian Research 5700 State Rd 64 E Bradenton, FL 34208 941-756-8680 David Ralph Leonard Morton Plant Diabetes and Endocrine Center 455 Pinellas St, 2nd Fl Clearwater, FL 33756 727-461-8300 Bryan McIver H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research

Institute Division of Endocrinology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 888-663-3488 Brendan C. O’Malley Florida Hospital Tampa Diabetes and Endocrinology Institute 13901 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33613 813-615-7620 Manuel C. Sainz de la Pena Primary Care Physicians Alliance 2727 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Ste 450 Tampa, FL 33607 813-875-8453 FAMILY MEDICINE Colin S. Beach Family Care at Tampa Palms 15285 Amberly Dr Tampa, FL 33647 813-979-6978 Harrison James Brownlee, Jr. USF Health Monsour Executive Wellness Center 13220 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Adam A. Brunson Carillon Sports and Family Medicine 12225 28th St N, Ste B St. Petersburg, FL 33716 727-561-4303 Ana B. Charles Morton Plant Mease Primary Care Dunedin Primary Care 180 Patricia Ave Dunedin, FL 34698 727-733-4193 Eric Emmanuel Coris USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Sports Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2918 Bruce Edward Day 5741 9th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-345-5765 Thomas E. Esposito Pasadena Family Medical Associates 630 Pasadena Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33707 727-345-7100 Corey H. Evans St. Anthony’s Primary Care 1201 5th Ave N, Ste 408 St. Petersburg, FL 33705 727-894-3733 Roy W. Finley Skyway Family Practice 1100 62nd Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33705 727-866-3166 Ernest Lane Frierson JSA Medical Group - Northeast 8950 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 180 St. Petersburg, FL 33702 727-576-8900 Eduardo C. Gonzalez USF Physicians Group Department of Family Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-4235 John A. Gross St. Anthony’s Primary Care 116 1st St N St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-895-5210 Frederic J. Guerrier Roser Park Medical Center Department of Family Medicine 500 Roser Park Dr S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-898-4461 Richard J. Ina Florida Medical Clinic Family Medicine 15260 Amberly Dr Tampa, FL 33647 813-975-1727 Gigi Claire Lefebvre Lagniappe Medical 6600 30th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-381-4463 David Alan Levine 4957 38th Ave N, Ste B St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-522-8878 Paul Lewis Turley Family Health Center 807 N Myrtle Ave Clearwater, FL 33755 727-467-2400 Gregory Walter Mitchell Florida Institute of Family Medicine - Bay Way 2816 54th Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33712 727-867-8641 John V. Murray, Jr. Pasadena Family Medical Associates 630 Pasadena Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33707 727-345-7100 Michele D. Pescasio USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Family Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Joel S. Prawer Florida Institute of Family Medicine - Point Brittany 5101 Brittany Dr S St. Petersburg, FL 33715 727-867-2151 Martha Ann Price 3211 W Azeele St Tampa, FL 33609 813-879-3334 Christopher J. Purcell The Diagnostic Clinic Department of Internal Medicine 1301 2nd Ave SW, 4th Fl Largo, FL 33770 727-584-7706 Arnold M. Ramirez Tampa Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine 602 S Howard Ave Tampa, FL 33606 813-253-2406 Cheryl Reed Pinnacle Health Group 2605 W Swann Ave, Ste 100 Tampa, FL 33609 813-874-5500 David J. Remmer Watson Clinic XpressCare at Lakeland Highlands 2190 E County Rd, Ste 540A Lakeland, FL 33813 863-393-9472 Richard G. Roetzheim USF Physicians Group Department of Family Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33620

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813-974-2201 Robert B. Rosequist Family Care of Land O’Lakes 1942 Highland Oaks Blvd, Ste A Lutz, FL 33559 813-948-3838 A. John Saranko Family Practice Center of Plant City 507 W Alexander St Plant City, FL 33563 813-754-3504 Alan A. Smith 1769 66th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-343-2741 Jeffrey John Sourbeer Turley Family Health Center 807 N Myrtle Ave Clearwater, FL 33755 727-467-2400 Joseph P. Springle Bay Area Family Practice 6350 Central Ave St. Petersburg, FL 33707 727-381-1144 Frank Allan Thompson St. Anthony’s Primary Care 900 Carillon Pkwy, Ste 304 St. Petersburg, FL 33716 727-561-2450 Ronald Vicencio Oldsmar Family Practice 120 Pine Ave N Oldsmar, FL 34677 813-814-9504 Kevin B. Witt Bay Area Family Practice 6350 Central Ave St. Petersburg, FL 33707 727-381-1144 Laurie J. Woodard USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Family Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Kira Katherine Zwygart USF Physicians Group Department of Family Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 GASTROENTEROLOGY Patrick G. Brady University of South Florida College of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine 12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-4115 Jay J. Mamel USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-4115 Haim Pinkas USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-4115 Joel E. Richter USF Physicians Group Joy McCann Culverhouse Center for Swallowing Disorders

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Division of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-3374 GERIATRIC MEDICINE Claudia Beghé-Balducci James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Geriatric Clinic 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 June Y. Leland James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Geriatrics 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-903-3611 Hae Kyoung Park James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Geriatric Clinic 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 GERIATRIC MEDICINE/HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE MEDICINE Jonathan Taylor Stewart James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Psychiatry 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 HAND SURGERY Robert John Belsole USF Health Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine 2 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0854 Thomas L. Greene Tampa Bay Surgery Specialists 2727 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Ste 560 Tampa, FL 33607 813-873-0337 Alfred V. Hess Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 John M. Rayhack Wrist and Hand Center 4728 N Habana Ave, Ste 204 Tampa, FL 33614 813-879-7478 Jeffrey D. Stone Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 INFECTIOUS DISEASE Don H. Bercuson Morton Plant Hospital Department of Infectious Disease 300 Pinellas St Clearwater, FL 33756 727-462-7000 Lindell A. Busciglio Infectious Disease Associates of Tampa Bay 4729 N Habana Ave Tampa, FL 33614 813-251-8444 Margarita Rosa Cancio Infectious Disease Associates of Tampa Bay 4729 N Habana Ave Tampa, FL 33614 813-251-8444 Beata C. Casanas Tampa General Hospital

Division of Infectious Disease 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4187 Eliot W. Godofsky 6010 Point W Blvd Bradenton, FL 34209 941-746-2711 Sandra Gompf James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Infectious Disease 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 John N. Greene H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Division of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Daniel Haight Lakeland Regional Medical Center Department of Infectious Disease 1324 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, FL 33805 863-687-1100 Thomas A. Hoffman, Jr. Infectious Disease Physicians 646 Virginia St, Rm 421 Dunedin, FL 34698 727-734-6932 Douglas Allen Holt Hillsborough County Health Department 1105 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, FL 33602 813-307-8000 Brent W. Laartz 1840 Mease Dr, Ste 319 Safety Harbor, FL 34695 727-669-6800 Cynthia Mayer Infectious Disease Associates of Tampa Bay 4729 N Habana Ave Tampa, FL 33614 813-251-8444 Jose Montero Tampa General Hospital Division of Infectious Disease 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4187 Richard Oehler James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Infectious Disease 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Jose R. Prieto Bay Area Infectious Disease Associates 214 Morrison Rd, Ste 104 Brandon, FL 33511 813-681-6474 John Thomas Sinnott Tampa General Hospital Department of Internal Medicine 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4174 Charurut Somboonwit Tampa General Hospital Department of Infectious Disease and International Medicine 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4187 John Toney James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Infectious Disease 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612

813-972-2000 Todd S. Wills Tampa General Hospital Division of Infectious Disease 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4187 INTERNAL MEDICINE Donald Behnke South Bay Internal Medicine 1901 Haverford Ave, Ste 101 Sun City Center, FL 33573 813-634-9284 Bryan Bognar H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Internal Medicine 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-4530 Kent R. Corral 4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 103 Tampa, FL 33614 813-348-0224 Mark Allen Davis James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Primary Care Charlie Team Ambulatory Care Unit 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Angela L. Denietolis James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Ambulatory Care Unit 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Denise K. Edwards USF Health South Tampa Center Department of Internal Medicine 2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8700 Carol A. Hodges James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Primary Care Alpha Team Ambulatory Care Unit 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Thomas Brett Hoggard St. Petersburg General Hospital Department of Hospital Medicine 6500 38th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-344-4795 Bruce A. Kahan Internal Medicine Associates 3661 Madaca Ln Tampa, FL 33618 813-968-7830 Joseph Orville Krebs James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Primary Care Alpha Team Ambulatory Care Unit 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Brent W. Laartz 1840 Mease Dr, Ste 319 Safety Harbor, FL 34695 727-669-6800 Harris H. McIlwain 4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 201 Tampa, FL 33614 813-345-2380 Hugo J. Narvarte USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare

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FOR MORE THAN 23 YEARS GEOFFREY M. KWITKO, M.D. HAS BROUGHT WORLD CLASS COSMETIC EYELID SURGERY TO THE TAMPA BAY AREA.

Tampa since 1991 and has earned a reputation for solving difficult ocular problems in his area of expertise.

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

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.

Eyelid Surgery

> For more than 23 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.

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Dr Kwitko also specializes in thyroid eye disease, tearing problems, dry eye, and reconstructive surgery including eyelid and orbital cancers. Dr. Kwitko is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, American Academy of Ophthalmology, International College of Surgeons, International Society of Orbital Disorders, and the Neuro-ophthalmic Surgical Society. Dr Kwitko has been in practice in south

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Dr. Kwitko has been married to Paula for 29 years and has 2 sons Michael 27 and Daniel 25. In his spare time Dr. Kwitko enjoys skiing and playing competitive ice hockey and is fortunate enough to be able to play hockey with both his sons. One day he hopefully will be able to play hockey with his grandchildren but not too soon! Dr. Kwitko’s office accepts most insurance and will file your insurance for your convenience. < Geoffrey M. Kwitko, M.D. 311 MacDill Ave.Tampa, FL 33609 P: 813-877-8665 www.Kwitko.com


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Department of Internal Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Kevin O’Brien USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Internal Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Lucila Ramiro TGH Family Care Center 2501 W Kennedy Blvd Tampa, FL 33609 813-236-5350 Mayra Rivera Florida Medical Clinic Department of Internal Medicine 17417 Bridge Hill Ct Tampa, FL 33647 813-972-7900 Elizabeth A. Warner USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Internal Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Brian Zilka James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Internal Medicine 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 INTERNAL MEDICINE/HOSPITAL MEDICINE Erika Abel Tampa General Hospital Division of Hospital Medicine 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-3397 Charles M. Edwards Tampa General Hospital Division of Hospital Medicine 1 Tampa General Cir, Ste F-170 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-3397 Thomas Brett Hoggard St. Petersburg General Hospital Department of Hospital Medicine 6500 38th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-344-4795 Deborah A. Humphrey Tampa General Hospital Division of Hospital Medicine 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-3397 Jose (Joe) L. Lezama, Jr. James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Internal Medicine 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Cuc Thi Mai Tampa General Hospital Division of Hospital Medicine 1 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-3397 Daniel Poetter James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Internal Medicine 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Alexander Reiss

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James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Internal Medicine 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-7629 MEDICAL GENETICS Rebecca Sutphen InformedDNA 360 Central Ave, Ste 1230 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 760-778-4434 MEDICAL ONCOLOGY AND HEMATOLOGY Melissa Alsina H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Clinic West Clinic Bldg, 4th Fl 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Claudio Anasetti H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Bone Marrow Transplant Clinic 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Lodovico Balducci H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Senior Adult Oncology Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Robert Cassell Winter Haven Hospital Cassidy Cancer Center 200 Ave F NE Winter Haven, FL 33881 863-292-4670 Paul A. Chervenick Moffitt Cancer Center Department of Medical Oncology and Hematology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-4294 William S. Dalton H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Medical Oncology and Hematology Stabile Research Bldg 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-4261 Ronald C. DeConti H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Comprehensive Melanoma Research Center Department of Cutaneous Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8482 Martine Extermann H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Senior Adult Oncology Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Hugo F. Fernandez H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Bone Marrow Transplant Clinic 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8751 Hyo (Heather) S. Han H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research

Institute Center for Women’s Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8410 Eric B. Haura H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Thoracic Oncology Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8412 Julie A. Kish H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Medical Oncology and Hematology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3822 Larry K. Kvols H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Gastrointestinal Tumor Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8459 Jeffrey E. Lancet H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Hematology Clinic 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Alan F. List H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Hematologic Malignancies Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 888-860-2778 Susan Minton H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Center for Women’s Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8410 Javier Pinilla-Ibarz H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Hematology Clinic 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-1857 Lubomir Sokol H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Hematology Clinic 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Eduardo Sotomayor H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Malignant Hematology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8986 Daniel M. Sullivan H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Clinic Program West Clinic Bldg, 4th Fl 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Jeffrey S. Weber H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Comprehensive Melanoma Research Center

Department of Cutaneous Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8482 Kenneth S. Zuckerman H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Malignant Hematology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8470 NEPHROLOGY Denise Y. Alveranga Tampa General Medical Group Department of Nephrology 409 Bayshore Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-5470 Samuel Steven Weinstein Tampa General Medical Group Department of Nephrology 409 Bayshore Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-5470 NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY H. Bushnell Clarke Neurosurgical Associates of Tampa Bay Bayfront Medical Plaza 603 7th St S, Ste 540 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-828-8400 Thomas B. Freeman USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Neurosurgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0889 Fernando L. Vale USF Physicians Group Department of Neurological Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 7th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0605 Harry R. van Loveren USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Neurosurgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0929 NEUROLOGY Selim Ramin Benbadis USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Neurology 2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-396-9478 Edmund Guy Grant, Jr. Florida Medical Clinic Department of Neurology 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 401 Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-8811 Robert A. Hauser USF Health Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center 4001 Fletcher Ave, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33613 813-396-0751 Lara W. Katzin USF Physicians Group Department of Neurology 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-396-9478 Erasmo Passaro

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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.<

TREATMENTS AVAILABLE:

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT:

• Fractionated CO2 Laser

• Professor of Clinical Dermatology, Mt. Sinai

• Erbium Yag Laser Resurfacing

School of Medicine, New York, NY

• Tattoo Removal Laser • Stretch Marks • Skin Cancer Treatment

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENT: • Past President American Academy of

• Dermatology

Cosmetic Dermatology & Aesthetic Surgery

• Mohs Skin Cancer Surgery

• Past President Florida Society of

• Cosmetic Dermatology

Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery

• Acne Center

• Board of Directors American Academy

• CoolSculpting®

of Dermatology

• Skin Tightening with Fractora

• President Florida Society of

EDUCATION: • MS is Molecular Biology, Stanford University

Dermatologic Surgery • Editor in Chief, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology

• MD College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University

Dr. James Spencer Spencer Dermatology & Skin Surgery Center 900 Carillon Parkway, Suite 404 St. Petersburg, FL 33716 P: 727-572-1333 F: 727-572-1331 www.spencerdermatology.com

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BOARD CERTIFICATION: • American Board of Dermatology

RESIDENCY: • Department of Dermatology, Columbia University • Fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery

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PUBLICATIONS: • 1 book • 16 book chapters • 94 scientific publications


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Florida Center for Neurology 600 8th St S, Ste A St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-329-8833 Juan R. Sanchez-Ramos USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Neurology 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-396-9478 Stephen M. Sergay Tampa Neurology Associates 2919 W Swann Ave, Ste 401 Tampa, FL 33609 813-872-1548 Paul R. Winters USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Neurology 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-396-9478 NUCLEAR MEDICINE Dwight Achong James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Nuclear Medicine 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-7538 Claudia G. Berman H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Radiology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-1573 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Hector Arango West Coast Gynecologic Oncology 4809 N Armenia Ave, Ste 220 Tampa, FL 33603 813-876-2327 Beth B. Benson All Children’s Obstetrics & Gynecology Specialists 6450 38th Ave N, Ste 200 St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-767-6060 Caryn L. Bray Women’s Care Florida 13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160 Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-4488 Jeffrey K. Carlson All Children’s Obstetrics & Gynecology Specialists 6450 38th Ave N, Ste 200 St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-344-6060 Laura S. Dill Women’s Care Florida Partners in ObGyn 2818 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-872-8551 Jennifer Gilby Women’s Care Florida Absolute Health and Wellness 1600 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N St. Petersburg, FL 33704 727-456-0750 Sandra (Sandy) Goodman The Reproductive Medicine Group 5245 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 1 Tampa, FL 33617 813-914-7304 Steven L. Greenberg

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Women’s Care Florida Insignia Care for Women 3268 Cove Bend Dr Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-4555 Mitchel S. Hoffman USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Gynecologic Oncology 3 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8597 Suzanne T. Icely All Children’s Obstetrics & Gynecology Specialists 6450 38th Ave N, Ste 200 St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-767-6060 Michael W. Jaeger Women’s Care Florida Partners in ObGyn 2818 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-872-8551 Galen Bruce Jones Women’s Care Florida Insignia Care for Women 4150 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33607 813-876-0914 Mary Lee Josey South Tampa Medical Center Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 508 S Habana Ave, Ste 350 Tampa, FL 33609 813-873-1426 Patricia L. Judson H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Gynecologic Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Craig S. Kalter Florida Perinatal Associates Medical Arts Bldg, Ste 250 13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-6909 Kathleen Kilbride Women’s Care Florida Partners in ObGyn 2818 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-872-8551 Johnathan Lancaster H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Center for Women’s Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8410 Judette Marie Louis USF Women’s Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare 2 Tampa General Cir, 4th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8500 Frank B. Marsalisi 7035 Central Ave, Ste B St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-347-8039 John H. Marston Women’s Care Florida Partners in ObGyn 2818 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-872-8551 James C. Mayer USF Women’s Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare 2 Tampa General Cir, 4th Fl

Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8500 Valerie C. Mechanik 2901 W Saint Isabel St, Ste B Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-3890 David Charles Minton Women’s Care Florida Partners in ObGyn 2818 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-872-8551 Michael Morris Women’s Care Florida 13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160 Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-4488 Jennifer Mignon Nixon Lakeland ObGyn 1733 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, FL 33805 863-688-1528 Santo Paniello Florida Medical Clinic Obstetrics and Gynecology 2236 Green Hedges Way Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 813-991-7416 Anna Kristina Parsons USF Women’s Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare 2 Tampa General Cir, 4th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8500 Michael Thomas Parsons USF Women’s Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare 2 Tampa General Cir, 4th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8500 Sonja L. Perkins Women’s Care Florida 13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160 Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-4488 Shayne M. Plosker USF Women’s Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare 2 Tampa General Cir, 4th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8500 Karen Raimer All Children’s Perinatology Specialists 625 6th Ave S, Ste 340 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-7903 Christopher Sloan Florida Perinatal Associates Medical Arts Bldg, Ste 250 13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-6909 Amy L. Solomon Women’s Care Florida 13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160 Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-4488 Samuel Tarantino, Jr. The Reproductive Medicine Group 5245 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 1 Tampa, FL 33617 813-914-7304 Barry Stephen Verkauf USF Women’s Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare 2 Tampa General Cir, 4th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8500 James C. Von Thron Women’s Care Florida Insignia Care for Women 4150 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200

Tampa, FL 33607 813-876-0914 Irene Wahba The Woman’s Group 1908 Land O’Lakes Blvd Lutz, FL 33549 813-347-4080 W. Gregory Wilkerson Women’s Care Florida Insignia Care for Women 4150 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33607 813-876-0914 J. Kell Williams USF Women’s Health Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-259-8500 Jerome (Jerry) Yankowitz USF Women’s Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare 2 Tampa General Cir, 4th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8500 Timothy R. Yeko The Reproductive Medicine Group 2919 Swann Ave, Ste 305 Tampa, FL 33609 813-870-3553 Christopher Young Women’s Care Florida 13601 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 160 Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-4488 OPHTHALMOLOGY Craig Berger Bay Area Eye Institute 14462 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33613 813-265-6940 Steven M. Cohen Retina Vitreous Associates of Florida 579 S Duncan Ave Clearwater, FL 33756 727-445-9110 Leonard Edward Cortelli, Jr. Florida Eye Center 13602 N 46th St Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-4444 Mitchell D. Drucker USF Eye Institute 13127 USF Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-3820 Lewis Groden LasikPlus Vision Center 2202 N Westshore Blvd, Ste 100 Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-3937 Steven Abraham Gross Center for Reconstructive and Aesthetic Ophthalmology 32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 6 Palm Harbor, FL 34684 727-772-7712 David E. Hall Pasadena Eye Center 6950 Central Ave, Ste 120 St. Petersburg, FL 33707 727-343-3004 Mark E. Hammer Retina Associates of Florida 602 S MacDill Ave Tampa, FL 33609 813-875-6373 D. Heather Heath Lazenby Eye Care 1109 US Hwy 19

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Holiday, FL 34691 727-934-5705 Nancy Kirk James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Eye Clinic Bldg F 10770 N 46th St Tampa, FL 33617 813-972-7574 Harry Kolodner 33920 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 275 Palm Harbor, FL 34684 727-784-1121 Geoffrey Malcom Kwitko 311 S MacDill Ave Tampa, FL 33609 813-877-8665 Steven L. Maskin Dry Eye and Cornea Treatment Center 3001 Swann Ave Tampa, FL 33609 813-875-0000 J. Justin Older 4444 E Fletcher Ave, Ste D Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-3846 Scott E. Pautler Retina Vitreous Associates of Florida 2705 W Saint Isabel St Tampa, FL 33607 813-879-5795 Peter Reed Pavan USF Eye Institute 13127 USF Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-3820 Marc C. Peden Retina Associates of Florida 602 S MacDill Ave Tampa, FL 33609 813-875-6373 Thomas J. Pusateri Florida Eye Center 13602 N 46th St Tampa, FL 33613 813-972-4444 David W. Richards USF Eye Institute 13127 USF Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-3820 Adam J. Scheiner Tampa Eye Clinic 4303 N Gomez Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-367-1915 Harris Silverman The Eye Associates 6002 Pointe W Blvd Bradenton, FL 34209 941-792-2020 Charles B. Slonim Tampa VA Eye Clinic 10770 N 46th St Tampa, FL 33617 813-972-2000 Ivan J. Suner Retina Associates of Florida 602 S MacDill Ave Tampa, FL 33609 813-875-6373 Michael J. Tolentino Center for Retina and Macular Disease 250 Ave K SW, Ste 200 Winter Haven, FL 33880 863-385-4220 Stephen A. Updegraff Updegraff Vision Precision LASIK and Cataract Center 1601 38th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33713 727-822-4287

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Robert Urban Center for Reconstructive and Aesthetic Ophthalmology 32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 6 Palm Harbor, FL 34684 727-772-7712 Robert Weinstock The Eye Institute of West Florida Laser Center 148 13th St SW Largo, FL 33770 727-581-8706 ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY Thomas L. Bernasek Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Brett R. Bolhofner All Florida Orthopaedic Associates 4600 4th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33703 727-527-5272 William G. Carson, Jr. The Sports Medicine Clinic of Tampa 3006 W Azeele St Tampa, FL 33609 813-874-3006 Antonio E. Castellvi Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Michael P. Clare Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Clinton B. Davis All Florida Orthopaedic Associates 4600 4th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33703 727-527-5272 Mark A. Frankle Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Seth I. Gasser Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Thomas L. Greene Tampa Bay Surgery Specialists 2727 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Ste 560 Tampa, FL 33607 813-873-0337 Kenneth A. Gustke Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Dolfi Herscovici, Jr. Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Anthony F. Infante, Jr. Florida Orthopaedic Institute 959 E Del Webb Blvd Sun City Center, FL 33573 813-633-5232 George Douglas Letson H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Sarcoma Clinic 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Steven Lyons

Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9797 Mark A. Mighell Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9797 Henry Claude Sagi Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Roy W. Sanders Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 John M. Small Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Arthur K. Walling Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Marc A. Weinstein Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 OTOLARYNGOLOGY Arif A. Alidina Ear, Nose and Throat Associates 3190 McMullen Booth Rd, Ste 100 Clearwater, FL 33761 727-791-1368 Steven L. Anthony Ear, Nose and Throat Associates 8787 Bryan Dairy Rd, Ste 340 Largo, FL 33777 727-397-8551 James S. Barna Ear, Nose and Throat Associates Bldg 1, Ste 104 11031 US Hwy 19 Port Richey, FL 34668 727-791-1368 Loren J. Bartels Tampa Bay Hearing and Balance Center Harbourside Medical Tower, Ste 610 5 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4900 Kestutis Paul Boyev USF Physicians Group Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-974-4683 Lance M. Cohen Ear, Nose and Throat Associates 1330 S Fort Harrison Ave Clearwater, FL 33756 727-441-3588 Christopher J. Danner Tampa Bay Hearing and Balance Center Harbourside Medical Tower, Ste 610 5 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4900 James N. Endicott 555 4th Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-551-0800 Joseph B. FarriorIII 2727 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Ste 520

Tampa, FL 33607 813-879-0810 David C. Hood Ear, Nose and Throat Associates 8561 W Linebaugh Ave Tampa, FL 33625 813-925-5000 Douglas W. Klotch 3450 E Fletcher Ave, Ste 260 Tampa, FL 33613 813-977-1350 Donald C. Lanza Sinus and Nasal Institute of Florida 550 94th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33702 727-573-0074 Judith Czaja McCaffrey H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Head and Neck Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8460 Thomas Vincent McCaffrey H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Head and Neck Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8460 Mitchell B. Miller Ear, Nose and Throat Associates 8787 Bryan Dairy Rd, Ste 340 Largo, FL 33777 727-397-8551 Jonathan M. Morgan Ear, Nose and Throat Associates Facial Aesthetics Center 1320 S Fort Harrison Ave Clearwater, FL 33756 727-446-3223 Christopher D. Muller Ear, Nose and Throat Associates 646 Virginia St, 3rd Fl Dunedin, FL 34698 727-450-0560 Tapan Ashvin Padhya USF Physicians Group Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-974-4683 Joseph R. Steiniger Ear, Nose and Throat Associates Bldg 1, Ste 104 11031 US Hwy 19 Port Richey, FL 34668 727-791-1368 Mark Tabor USF Physicians Group Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-974-4683 Daniel Vincent Florida Center for Vocal Health Tampa Bay ENT 5105 N Armenia Ave Tampa, FL 33603 813-879-8045 PATHOLOGY L. Frank Glass H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Comprehensive Melanoma Research Center Department of Cutaneous Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8482

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Jane Messina USF Physicians Group Department of Dermatopathology 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-3744 John Millns Dermatology Associates of Tampa Bay 6001 Memorial Hwy Tampa, FL 33615 813-884-1626 Michael Morgan Bay Area Dermatopathology 10500 University Center Dr, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33612 813-971-0775 Santo V. Nicosia USF Physicians Group Department of Pathology and Cell Biology 12901 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2745 PEDIATRIC ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY Alan Barton Halsey Partners in Allergy and Asthma Care 3658 Lithia Pinecrest Rd Valrico, FL 33596 813-681-6537 Craig Andrew Kalik Partners in Allergy and Asthma Care 3658 Lithia Pinecrest Rd Valrico, FL 33596 813-681-6537 Mandel Reid Sher 11200 Seminole Blvd, Ste 310 Largo, FL 33778 727-397-8557 PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIOLOGY George Garcia Alvarez All Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology Outpatient Care Center 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8480 John H. Elinger All Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology 501 6th Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4429 Michael A. Garcia All Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology Outpatient Care Center 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8480 Linda Jo Rice All Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology Outpatient Care Center 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8480 Glenn C. Vaughn Pediatric Surgery Centers 10080 Balaye Run Dr Tampa, FL 33619 813-490-6100 Lisa A. Velasquez All Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology Outpatient Care Center 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8480 PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY Jeffrey P. Jacobs

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All Children’s Hospital Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Outpatient Care Center, 2nd Fl 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-6666 James Anthony Quintessenza All Children’s Hospital Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Outpatient Care Center, 2nd Fl 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-6666 PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY Alfred Asante-Korang Pediatric Cardiology Associates 601 5th St S, Ste 711 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4200 Gul Dadlani All Children’s Hospital Heart Institute Outpatient Care Center, 2nd Fl 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-3333 Jorge Manuel Giroud Pediatric Cardiology Associates 840 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 100 St. Petersburg, FL 33705 727-322-4830 James C. Huhta Pediatric Cardiology Associates 601 5th St S, Ste 711 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4200 Richard Manuel Martinez Pediatric Cardiology Associates 601 5th St S, Ste 711 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4200 Jorge McCormack Pediatric Cardiology Associates 601 5th St S, Ste 711 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4200 Jeremy Ringewald St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Pediatric Cardiology Associates Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl 3003 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-554-8701 Elsa J. Suh Pediatric Cardiology Associates 3003 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 727-767-4200 PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE Perry Boyd Everett Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 John C. Haffner St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Department of Critical Care 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-4000 John Edwin Monaco Brandon Regional Hospital Pediatric Critical Care 119 Oakfield Dr Brandon, FL 33511 813-571-5230 Hector Pabon Brandon Regional Hospital Department of Pediatrics 119 Oakfield Dr

Brandon, FL 33511 813-571-5230 Nick William Parilla Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 David Pettigrew Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 Daniel J. Plasencia St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-554-8093 Dan Riggs Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 Albert Saltiel Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 Michelle M. Smith Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 Arabela C. Stock Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 Richard E. Weibley Florida Pediatric Associates 1033 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, Ste 108 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-456-3288 PEDIATRIC DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS Carol Lilly USF Health Department of Pediatrics 17 Davis Blvd, 1st Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8700 Eric Q. Tridas BB&T Bank Bldg, Ste 375 4144 N Armenia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-876-8316 PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY Terry J. DeClue St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Pediatric Endocrine Associates Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-554-8420 Frank B. Diamond, Jr. All Children’s Hospital Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes Outpatient Care Center, 3rd Fl 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-3636 E. Verena Jorgensen USF Diabetes Center Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-396-2580

Anne Lenz St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Pediatric Endocrine Associates Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-554-8420 Henry Rodriguez USF Diabetes Center Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Pediatric Endocrinology 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-396-2580 Allen W. Root All Children’s Hospital Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes 601 5th St S, 3rd Fl St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-3636 Dorothy I. Shulman USF Diabetes Center Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Pediatric Endocrinology 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-396-2580   PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY Daniel T. McClenathan All Children’s Hospital Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Outpatient Care Center, Ste 605 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-822-4300 Michele P. Winesett St. Joseph’s Hospital Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl 3003 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-4948 PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY-ONCOLOGY Gregory A. Hale All Children’s Hospital Division of Hematology, Oncology, Blood and Marrow Transplantation Outpatient Care Center, 3rd Fl, Ste 302 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4176 Michael L. Nieder H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Blood and Marrow Transplantation 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-7208 PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE David Michael Berman All Children’s Hospital Department of Infectious Disease Outpatient Care Center, 5th Fl 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4160 Juan Dumois All Children’s Hospital Department of Infectious Disease Outpatient Care Center 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4160 Jorge Lujan-Zilbermann

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Children’s Medical Services Clinic Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease 13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-259-8800 Carina Rodriguez Children’s Medical Services Clinic Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease 13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-259-8800 PEDIATRIC MEDICAL GENETICS Rebecca Sutphen InformedDNA 360 Central Ave, Ste 1230 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 760-778-4434 PEDIATRIC NEPHROLOGY Alfonso Campos USF Health Division of Pediatric Nephrology 13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-259-8760 Valerie M. Panzarino USF Health Division of Pediatric Nephrology 13101 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-259-8760 Sharon A. Perlman USF Physicians Group Division of Pediatric Nephrology Outpatient Care Center, Ste 304 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4181 PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY Arthur E. Marlin USF Health Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair 2 Tampa General Cir, 7th Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0904 PEDIATRIC OBESITY John Edwin Monaco Brandon Regional Hospital Pediatric Critical Care 119 Oakfield Dr Brandon, FL 33511 813-571-5230 PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY Steven M. Cohen Retina Vitreous Associates of Florida 579 S Duncan Ave Clearwater, FL 33756 727-445-9110 Steven Abraham Gross Center for Reconstructive and Aesthetic Ophthalmology 32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 6 Palm Harbor, FL 34684 727-772-7712 Derek B. Hess All Children’s Hospital Division of Ophthalmology Outpatient Care Center, Ste 601 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4393 J. Bruce Hess All Children’s Hospital Division of Ophthalmology Outpatient Care Center, Ste 601 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4393

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PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY Scott Warren Beck Children’s Orthopaedic and Scoliosis Surgery Associates 625 6th Ave S, Ste 450 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-898-2663 Gregory Verl Hahn Children’s Orthopaedic and Scoliosis Surgery Associates 625 6th Ave S, Ste 450 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-898-2663 Alfred V. Hess Florida Orthopaedic Institute 13020 Telecom Pkwy N Tampa, FL 33637 813-978-9700 Dan E. Mason Shriners Hospital for Children Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 12502 USF Pine Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2250 Jeffrey B. Neustadt Children’s Orthopaedic and Scoliosis Surgery Associates 625 6th Ave S, Ste 450 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-898-2663 PEDIATRIC OTOLARYNGOLOGY Thomas M. Andrews Pediatric Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Associates Outpatient Care Center, Ste 701 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-329-5400 Wade Russell Cressman Pediatric Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Associates Outpatient Care Center, Ste 701 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-329-5400 Michael Gurucharri Ear, Nose and Throat Associates 701 Manatee Ave W, Ste 202 Bradenton, FL 34205 941-748-2455 Karin Hotchkiss Tampa Children’s ENT 4200 N Armenia Ave, Ste 5 Tampa, FL 33607 813-262-1330 Peter W. Orobello, Jr. Pediatric Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Associates Outpatient Care Center, Ste 701 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-329-5400 Kathleen Wasylik Pediatric Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Associates Outpatient Care Center, Ste 701 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-329-5400 PEDIATRIC PLASTIC SURGERY Ernesto Ruas 603 South Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-1550 PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY Tony Kriseman Pediatric Pulmonary Associates 601 5th St S, Ste 708 St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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PEDIATRIC RHEUMATOLOGY Robert W. Nickeson, Jr. All Children’s Hospital Department of Rheumatology Outpatient Care Center, Ste 504 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-7438 Mandel Reid Sher 11200 Seminole Blvd, Ste 310 Largo, FL 33778 727-397-8557

PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST/NEUROLOGY, EPILEPSY Jose A. Ferreira South Tampa Medical Center Pediatric Epilepsy and Neurology Specialists 508 S Habana Ave, Ste 340 Tampa, FL 33609 813-873-7367

PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST/CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY Jeffrey L. Alvaro All Children’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry The Child Development and Rehabilitation Center Bldg, Ste 420 880 6th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8477 Glenn Catalano James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences Service 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-631-7121 Mark A. Cavitt All Children’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry Physician’s Office Bldg 880 6th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8477 Jillian Glass 202 S Westland Ave Tampa, FL 33606 813-251-1076 Steven Noah Kanfer 806 W De Leon St, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33606 813-250-0224 Tanya K. Murphy Rothman Center for Pediatric Neuropsychiatry 880 6th St S, Ste 460 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8230 Kailie R. Shaw USF Psychiatry Center 3515 E Fletcher Ave, Ste E Tampa, FL 33613 813-974-8900 Saundra Stock USF Psychiatry Center 3515 E Fletcher Ave, Ste E Tampa, FL 33613 813-974-8900 PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST/NEONATAL-PERINATAL MEDICINE Anthony E. Napolitano, Jr. All Children’s Hospital Division of Neonatology 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4313 Lewis P. Rubin USF Health South Tampa Center Division of Neonatology 2 Tampa General Cir, Rm 5091 Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8812 Roberto A. Sosa All Children’s Hospital Division of Neonatology 601 5th St S

PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST/NEUROLOGY, GENERAL Joseph A. Casadonte Pediatric Neurology Associates 625 6th Ave S, Ste 405 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-498-8994 Raymond J. Fernandez Pediatric Neurology Associates 2508 W Virginia Ave, Ste B Tampa, FL 33607 813-878-2191 J. Richard Gunderman West Coast Child Neurology 5106 N Armenia Ave, Ste 5 Tampa, FL 33603 813-879-7816 Steven Parrish Winesett All Children’s Neuroscience Institute Division of Neurosurgery and Epileptology 601 5th St S, Ste 510 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8181 PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST/NEUROLOGY, NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Ernesto J. Millan 5110 N Habana Ave, Ste 1 Tampa, FL 33614 813-448-6755 PEDIATRIC SURGERY John P. (Jack) Coughlin 12220 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-631-5034 Enrique Grisoni St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Department of Surgery 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-554-8384 Charles Paidas USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Pediatric Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0929 PEDIATRIC UROLOGY Yves L. Homsy Children’s Urology Group 4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33603 813-874-7500 Dennis L. Hoover Children’s Urology Group 4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33603 813-874-7500 Mark E. Kolligian Children’s Urology Group 4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33603 813-874-7500 Ethan G. Polsky Children’s Urology Group 4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33603

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813-874-7500 E. Michael Reisman Children’s Urology Group 4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 200 Tampa, FL 33603 813-874-7500 PEDIATRICS/GENERAL Yanina J. Abaunza Fiallos 18572 N Dale Mabry Hwy Lutz, FL 33548 813-964-1800 Melody M. Baade Pediatric Health Care Alliance 1850 Crossings Blvd, Unit 100 Odessa, FL 33556 813-475-7100 Patricia Juarez Blanco University Pediatrics 8460 Cooper Creek Blvd, Ste 101 University Park, FL 34201 941-360-1266 Mark Borden HealthPoint Medical Group 2506 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-3720 Lori A. Bowers Pediatric Health Care Alliance 10729 Queens Town Dr Riverview, FL 33579 813-672-3497 Robert A. Buzzeo Pediatric Health Care Alliance 1942 Highland Oaks Blvd, Ste B Lutz, FL 33559 813-948-6133 Christina J. Canody 4712 N Armenia Ave, Ste 102 Tampa, FL 33603 813-879-5716 Jose E. Colon HealthPoint Medical Group Van Dyke Pediatrics 4683 Van Dyke Rd Lutz, FL 33558 813-968-7171 Sharon M. Dabrow USF Health Department of Pediatrics 17 Davis Blvd, 1st Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8700 Denise K. Edwards USF Health South Tampa Center Department of Internal Medicine 2 Tampa General Cir, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8700 Gabriele Hosemann Pediatric Health Care Alliance Brandon Community Office 811 S Parsons Ave Brandon, FL 33511 813-685-4553 Gerard R. Hough Pediatric Health Care Alliance Brandon Community Office 811 S Parsons Ave Brandon, FL 33511 813-685-4553 Robyn Jacobson HealthPoint Medical Group 2506 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-3720 Patricia N. Jeansonne Pediatric Health Care Alliance Brandon Community Office 811 S Parsons Ave Brandon, FL 33511

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813-685-4553 Karalee Kulek-Luzey Pediatric Health Care Alliance 3222 W Azeele St, Ste A Tampa, FL 33609 813-872-8491 Mudra K. Kumar USF Health Department of Pediatrics 17 Davis Blvd, 1st Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8700 Katherine Lewis Pediatric Health Care Alliance 3222 W Azeele St, Ste A Tampa, FL 33609 813-872-8491 Tanya Liberato Pediatric Health Care Alliance 10729 Queens Town Dr Riverview, FL 33579 813-672-3497 Carol Lilly USF Health Department of Pediatrics 17 Davis Blvd, 1st Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-8700 Fred I. Lipschutz Pediatric Health Care Alliance 4446 E Fletcher Ave, Ste A Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-6700 Luis Maldonado TGH Pediatric Clinic at Healthpark 5802 N 30th St Tampa, FL 33610 813-236-5114 Hugo J. Narvarte USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Internal Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 5th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Roopal A. Patel Pediatric Health Care Alliance 3638 Madaca Ln Tampa, FL 33618 813-968-6610 Pamela M. Patranella 5th Avenue Pediatrics 2855 5th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33713 727-323-2727 Emily T. Perkins Pediatric Health Care Alliance 4446 E Fletcher Ave, Ste A Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-6700 Lorinda J. Price 4506 N Armenia Ave Tampa, FL 33603 813-879-3530 Domenick P. Reina HealthPoint Medical Group 2506 W Virginia Ave Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-3720 Christopher D. Reiner Pediatric Health Care Alliance 3222 W Azeele St, Ste A Tampa, FL 33609 813-872-8491 Monica Sams 11410 N 56th St, Ste 102 Tampa, FL 33617 813-988-5141 Maurice Hyman Shaw Pediatric Health Care Alliance 4446 E Fletcher Ave, Ste A

Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-6700 Jennifer Cohen Takagishi TGH Pediatric Clinic at Healthpark 5802 N 30th St Tampa, FL 33610 813-236-5114 Ignatius I. Tan Pediatric Health Care Alliance 1850 Crossings Blvd, Unit 100 Odessa, FL 33556 813-475-7100 Christopher L. Tappan Pediatric Health Care Alliance 5454 Lithia Pinecrest Rd Lithia, FL 33547 813-571-6800 Margarita P. Torres Pediatric Health Care Alliance 3222 W Azeele St, Ste A Tampa, FL 33609 813-872-8491 Cynthia W. White Pediatric Health Care Alliance 3222 W Azeele St Tampa, FL 33609 813-872-8491 PEDIATRICS/HOSPITAL MEDICINE Dipti Patel Amin All Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics 501 6th Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-4243 Antoinette C. Spoto-Cannons St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Medical Arts Bldg, 3rd Fl 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-554-8093 PLASTIC SURGERY Edward H. Farrior Facial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Center 2908 W Azeele St Tampa, FL 33609 813-875-3223 Henry Arvil Redmon 707 W Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33612 813-264-2676 Robert Dickerson Rehnke 6606 10th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 727-341-0337 Ernesto Ruas 603 South Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-1550 Karen E. Wells 508 S Habana Ave, Ste 180 Tampa, FL 33609 813-353-8809 PSYCHIATRY Jeffrey L. Alvaro All Children’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry The Child Development and Rehabilitation Center Bldg, Ste 420 880 6th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8477 Debra Barnett Associates for Behavioral Medicine 14437 University Cove Pl Tampa Bay, FL 33613 813-972-7946 Glenn Catalano James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center

Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences Service 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-631-7121 Maria C. Catalano James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences Service 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Rm 116A Tampa, FL 33612 813-903-3600 Mark A. Cavitt All Children’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry Physician’s Office Bldg 880 6th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8477 Francisco Fernandez USF Psychiatry Center 3515 E Fletcher Ave, Ste E Tampa, FL 33613 813-974-8900 Laura Grimsich James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Mental Health Outpatient Clinic 11707 N Club Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-631-7124 Jaffrey Hashimie James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Mental Health Outpatient Clinic 11707 N Club Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-631-7124 Steven Noah Kanfer 806 W De Leon St, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33606 813-250-0224 Tanya K. Murphy Rothman Center for Pediatric Neuropsychiatry 880 6th St S, Ste 460 St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-8230 Pauline S. Powers Powers Center of Hope 7401 Temple Terrace Hwy, Ste A Tampa, FL 33637 813-985-8888 Balebail Ashok Raj USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute 4001 E Fletcher Ave, 2nd Fl Tampa, FL 33613 813-974-4355 Sarah Reading James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Psychiatry 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Deborah C. Roth USF Psychiatry Center 3515 E Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33613 813-974-8900 Orlando Ruano James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Psychiatry 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Bonnie Saks 3333 W Kennedy Blvd, Ste 106 Tampa, FL 33609 813-354-9444 Deborah Sanchez James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences Service 10770 N 46th St, Bldg E Tampa, FL 33617

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813-631-7121 Edmund C. Settle Lakeland Regional Medical Center Behavioral and Addiction Medicine 1324 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, FL 33805 863-687-1275 Michael Finbar Sheehan North Tampa Psychiatric Associates Brookshire Professional Park 16554 N Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, FL 33618 813-968-7188 Hardeep Singh North Tampa Psychiatric Associates Brookshire Professional Park 16554 N Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, FL 33618 813-968-7188 Amanda Grant Smith USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute 4001 E Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33613 813-974-4355 Jonathan Taylor Stewart James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Department of Psychiatry 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Anne G. Tyson 6700 S Florida Ave, Ste 13 Lakeland, FL 33813 863-648-0500 Julia Winston James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Mental Health Outpatient Clinic 11707 N Club Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-631-7124 PULMONARY MEDICINE W. Michael Alberts H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Oncologic Sciences 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 888-860-2778 W. McDowell Anderson USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Sleep Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2920 Keith Wayne Chandler 4620 N Habana Ave, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33614 813-875-9362 Theron Arthur Ebel Florida Medical Clinic Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fletcher Medical Center Bldg, Ste 270 3000 E Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33613 813-977-7794 Allan L. Goldman USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Pulmonary Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2920 Daniel Lorch, Jr. Pulmonary Associates of Brandon 910 Oakfield Dr, Ste 102 Brandon, FL 33511 813-681-4413

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Marian Menezes Florida Medical Clinic Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fletcher Medical Center Bldg, Ste 270 3000 E Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33613 813-977-7794 Mark W. Rolfe Tampa General Hospital Transplant Center 5 Tampa General Cir, Ste 300 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-7137 Carlos J. Rozas 4620 N Habana Ave, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33614 813-875-9362 Mark Rumbak USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Pulmonology 2 Tampa Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-974-2920 Daniel Jacob Schwartz James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Sleep Disorders Program 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 Mark Anthony Smith 4620 N Habana Ave, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33614 813-875-9362 David Allan Solomon USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Pulmonary Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2920 Frank W. Walsh H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Thoracic Oncology Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8412 RADIATION ONCOLOGY Harvey M. Greenberg Florida Hospital Tampa Division of Radiation Oncology 3100 E Fletcher Ave Tampa, FL 33613 813-615-7238 Sarah Hoffe H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Radiation Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8424 M. Catherine Lee Moffitt Cancer Center Center for Women’s Oncology 12902 USF Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8410 Andrea (Andy) TrottiIII H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Radiation Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8424 RADIOLOGY John A. Arrington University Diagnostic Institute

3301 USF Alumni Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-3351 Gregg A. Baran Radiology Associates of Tampa 2700 University Square Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-253-2721 Matthew H. Berlet St. Joseph’s Hospital Department of Radiology 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-4919 Glenn Call St. Anthony’s Hospital Department of Radiology 1200 7th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33705 727-825-1040 Junsung Choi H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Radiology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8425 Lynn Coppage H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Radiology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-1573 John P. Deveikis Bayfront Health St. Petersburg Department of Radiology 701 6th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-893-6109 Robert (Bob) Jay Entel Radiology Associates of Clearwater 1106 Druid Rd S, Ste 302 Clearwater, FL 33756 727-441-3711 Robert Gatenby H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Diagnostic Radiology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-7376 Mary Griffen Bayfront Health St. Petersburg Department of Radiology 701 6th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-893-6109 Carlos R. Martinez Bay Pines VA Healthcare System Department of Radiology 10000 Bay Pines Blvd Bay Pines, FL 33744 727-398-6661 Frederick Reed Murtagh University Diagnostic Institute 3301 USF Alumni Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-3351 Leelakrishna Nallamshetty Radiology Associates of Tampa 2700 University Square Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-253-2721 John Rasmussen St. Joseph’s Hospital Department of Radiology 3001 W Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Tampa, FL 33607 813-870-4919 Bruce R. Zwiebel Tampa General Hospital

Florida Interventional Specialists Harbourside Medical Tower, Ste 820 5 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-4570 RHEUMATOLOGY John D. Carter USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Rheumatology 13330 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 Carolyn Schroeder Connelly 2919 W Swann Ave, Ste 404 Tampa, FL 33609 813-870-2100 Laura Cruse McIlwain Medical Group 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 406 Tampa, FL 33613 813-345-2380 Bernard F. Germain Adult and Pediatric Rheumatology 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 101 Tampa, FL 33613 813-978-1500 Dennis K. Ledford Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Associates of Tampa Bay 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 502 Tampa, FL 33613 813-971-9743 Mitchell B. Lowenstein Arthritis Center 32615 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 2 Palm Harbor, FL 34684 727-789-2784 Harris H. McIlwain 4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 201 Tampa, FL 33614 813-345-2380 Anthony Sebba 33920 US Hwy 19 N, Ste 241 Palm Harbor, FL 34684 727-773-9793 Joel C. Silverfield Tampa Medical Group 4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 201 Tampa, FL 33614 813-840-3526 Kimberly M. Smith McIlwain Medical Group 4700 N Habana Ave, Ste 201 Tampa, FL 33614 813-345-2380 Joanne Valeriano-Marcet USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Rheumatology 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 6th Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2201 SLEEP MEDICINE W. McDowell Anderson USF Physicians Group Carol and Frank Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare Division of Sleep Medicine 13330 USF Laurel Dr, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-2920 Neil T. Feldman St. Petersburg Sleep Disorder Center 2525 Pasadena Ave S, Ste S St. Petersburg, FL 33707 727-360-0853 Daniel Lorch, Jr.

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Pulmonary Associates of Brandon 910 Oakfield Dr, Ste 102 Brandon, FL 33511 813-681-4413 Richard S. Powell Pulmonary Associates of Brandon 910 Oakfield Dr, Ste 102 Brandon, FL 33511 813-681-4413 Daniel Jacob Schwartz James A. Haley VA Hospital Medical Center Sleep Disorders Program 13000 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, FL 33612 813-972-2000 SURGERY Michael H. Albrink USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-7314 Angel E. Alsina Tampa General Medical Group Department of Transplantation Surgery 409 Bayshore Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-5544 Philip H. Andersen Tampa Bay Surgical Group 13801 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Ste 506 Tampa, FL 33613 813-977-2200 Victor Bowers Tampa General Medical Group Department of Transplantation Surgery 409 Bayshore Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-5544 Charles E. Cox USF Breast Health LifeHope Medical Offices Bldg, Ste 140 3000 Medical Park Dr Tampa, FL 33613 813-793-4272 James M. Hurst USF Physicians Group Department of Surgery 13220 USF Laurel Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-974-1945 Richard Clemens Karl H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Gastrointestinal Tumor Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8459 Christine Laronga H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Center for Women’s Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 John Leone Tampa General Medical Group Department of General Surgery 409 Bayshore Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-5544 Michel Murr Tampa General Hospital Department of Surgery 5 Tampa General Cir, Ste 410 Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-7473 Alexander S. RosemurgyII Florida Hospital Tampa Southeastern Center for Digestive Disorders

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and Pancreatic Cancer 3000 Medical Park Dr, Ste 310 Tampa, FL 33613 813-615-7030 Larry R. Williams 995 16th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33705 727-894-4738 SURGICAL ONCOLOGY Charles E. Cox USF Breast Health LifeHope Medical Offices Bldg, Ste 140 3000 Medical Park Dr Tampa, FL 33613 813-793-4272 C. Wayne Cruse H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Comprehensive Melanoma Research Center Department of Cutaneous Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8482 Richard Clemens Karl H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Gastrointestinal Tumor Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8459 Christine Laronga H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Center for Women’s Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980 Mokenge P. Malafa H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Gastrointestinal Tumor Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8459 Douglas S. Reintgen Tampa General Hospital Department of Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-974-4303 Alexander S. RosemurgyII Florida Hospital Tampa Southeastern Center for Digestive Disorders and Pancreatic Cancer 3000 Medical Park Dr, Ste 310 Tampa, FL 33613 813-615-7030 David Shibata H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Department of Gastrointestinal Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-6898 Vernon K. Sondak H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Comprehensive Melanoma Research Center Department of Cutaneous Oncology 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8482 Jonathan Scott Zager H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Cutaneous Oncology, Sarcoma and Experimental Therapeutic Programs Stabile Research Bldg, Rm 4.24012 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-8482

THORACIC SURGERY Jeffrey P. Jacobs All Children’s Hospital Department of Cardiovascular Surgery Outpatient Care Center, 2nd Fl 601 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-767-6666 Cedric D. Sheffield Tampa Transplant Institute Harbourside Medical Tower, Ste 725 5 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-402-0654 UROLOGY Raviender Bukkapatnam Florida Urology Partners 1 Davis Blvd, Ste 604 Tampa, FL 33606 813-258-9565 Rafael Carrion USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Urology 2 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-250-2213 Howard B. Heidenberg Florida Urology Partners 1209 W Swann Ave Tampa, FL 33606 813-253-3007 Mohamed A. Helal Florida Urology Partners 1 Davis Blvd, Ste 604 Tampa, FL 33606 813-258-9565 David A. Hochberg Florida Urology Partners 2708 W Saint Isabel St Tampa, FL 33607 813-877-7434 G. Byron Hodge, Jr. Lakeland Regional Cancer Center Department of Urology 3525 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, FL 33805 863-603-6565 Jorge L. Lockhart USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Urology 2 Tampa General Cir Tampa, FL 33606 813-250-2213 Frank D. Mastandrea Florida Urology Partners 4710 N Habana Ave, Ste 400 Tampa, FL 33614 813-875-8914 Julio M. Pow-Sang H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute Genitourinary Oncology Program 12902 Magnolia Dr Tampa, FL 33612 813-745-3980

Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0929 John Leone Tampa General Medical Group Department of General Surgery 409 Bayshore Blvd Tampa, FL 33606 813-844-5544 Edward G. Mackay 7601 9th St N, Ste C-2 St. Petersburg, FL 33702 727-527-2888 Murray L. Shames USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0929 Larry R. Williams 995 16th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33705 727-894-4738

VASCULAR SURGERY Martin R. Back USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2 Tampa General Cir, 3rd Fl Tampa, FL 33606 813-259-0929 Brad Larvin Johnson USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare Department of Vascular and Endovascular

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FMoPA FLORIDA MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS By Katy Seymour

> With its distinct new design, the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is nothing short of extraordinary. This non-profit museum now has its new home inside the second and third floors of “the cube,” yes the cube, at the Rivergate Plaza, located at 400 N. Ashley Drive in Tampa, FL. The cube itself is a six-story atrium with iconic images showing on the front panels of the building. These images tell a narrative tale of the museums background in photographic history. Photographs like the shooting of the apple by the Harold & Esther Edgerton Foundation can be seen from miles away. Once the sun starts to set, the building lights up like a Christmas tree, and becomes the center of Tampa’s art district. FMoPA is one of the leaders in the art world because of their ability to have renowned photographic exhibitions. Artists like Dorothea Lange and Andy Warhol have all been presented in this museum.

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ARTISTS LIKE DO AND A NDY W ROTHEA LANG ARHOL E BEEN PR HAVE A ESENTED LL IN THIS MUSEUM

The permanent collection inside the museum is also quite a site to see. The collection has pieces from Richard Tepe, Tampa’s own Jamie Francis and James Borchuck, and Robert B. MacKay. This collection shows off Tampa and its early stages, and how it has grown tremendously as a city. This museum is not only revolutionary with its exhibits, but is full of learning programs for children, youth members, and adults.

Adults can also join in by signing up for photography classes as well and become FMoPA members. There are a wide variety of classes offered at the museum like photo walks with a professional photographer, or lessons in just the basics of photography. They also have guided photography tours throughout the museum, lectures, and something they like to call “your 15 minutes of fame.” Here, members can show their own photography with an audience and get feedback on their work. You can help the museum continue to grow by signing up for an annual membership. By becoming a member, the museum is able to put on these astonishing shows and offer these exciting learning programs. There are prices for each budget, like for students and bigger families. Signing up for a membership only takes a few minutes, and the benefits are a wow factor! You will receive discounts at the museum store, passes to certain events at the museum, plus much more depending on your membership. Not to mention that you get into the museum for free.

Children can sign up for lessons in photography, and they also have access to cameras. The instructors give some lessons on photography and the camera itself; then it is off for a fun filled photo hunt outdoors. Kids can also participate in the annual summer children’s show. One image from each child is chosen for display at the museum and all are welcome to come view the show.

So, who would have thought that a museum could offer so much? From one place you get exceptional photography and art exhibits, learning programs and lectures, and incredible benefits for becoming an FMoPA member. So when looking for something exciting to do on a date night, or any night of the week, or need some lessons on how to use that big new camera you got for Christmas, be sure to keep the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in mind! For all current exhibits, hours of operation, and anything else mentioned in this article, go to the FMoPA’s website at: www.fmopa.org

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CLEARWATER

BEACH UNCORKED By Cathleen K. Bode

> On February 8 and 9, Clearwater Beach became the destination for food and wine lovers from near and far as it hosted the third annual Clearwater Beach Uncorked weekend. This appetizing affair brought more than 5,000 guests to the Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa to partake in outstanding tastes as well as taking in amazing views of Floridaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beautiful west coast.

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Created by celebrated event producer

cuisine from different cultures for the

on Hyatt Regency property. Here, guests

Tammy Gail, Clearwater Beach Uncorked

guests’ enjoyment, the wines were the

could easily enjoy their new favorite

was an exquisite event for the senses.

real stars of the beachfront show. At the

wines in quiet relaxation.

This luxurious extravaganza was filled

event, wines from over 100 wineries were

to the brim with aromatic wines and

presented and uncorked, including rare

This

refreshing brews, as well as decadent

and vintage samples from a selection of

was the perfect prelude to a romantic

food tastings that could have pleased

prime locations. Specialty micro-brews

Floridian Valentine’s Day, as it allowed

even the most die-hard foodie. Gail’s

and craft beers kindled the drinkers’

couples to experience the delightful

goal is to “once again put Clearwater

passion for new and original flavors as

tastes within the Uncorked dessert tent.

Beach on the map as a premier vacation

well, and the Spirits Beach Club was

The sweetness of the desserts provided

spot and foodie destination.” After a

one of the highlights of the event; as it

a delicate balance to the savory snacks

visit to the Uncorked event, it can be

offered a variety of liqueurs, top shelf

enjoyed earlier in the afternoon. Each

seen that Clearwater Beach is definitely

brews, and specialty spirits that were

evening, guests gallivanted through the

on the culinary map.

top-notch.

tent rich with various dessert options,

wine-filled

Uncorked

weekend

and one of the features of the dessert For two days, this beachfront event

Clearwater Beach Uncorked also served

tent was “Bubbles on the Beach.” This

curated tempting samplings from fine

as an exciting opportunity for wine

sinfully

restaurateurs around the Clearwater

lovers and beer aficionados to meet

showcased chocolates, pastries, and

area,

boutique

acclaimed wine specialists and brew

distinctive treats, putting guests in the

dining options and eateries from world-

masters. Vintners from across the nation

ideal mood for Valentine’s Day. There’s

class resorts. Over the weekend, the

gathered to explain the process of

nothing more romantic than spending

Clearwater

including

uniquely

Beach

dessert

extravaganza

Grand

their craft as well as the nuances of the

time with your loved one on the beach,

Tasting Village satisfied the appetites of

fragrant appeal within their wines, and

and the pairing of wine and chocolate

thousands of food lovers. The Uncorked

brew masters also got in the action to

served at the Uncorked event only

weekend

gastronomic

declare their love of beer! The best chefs

added to the romance.

experience, allowing Florida natives and

from the Tampa Bay area even made an

tourists alike the chance to try exclusive

appearance at this epicurean weekend,

The Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach

creations and one-of-a-kind recipes, as

sharing the secrets of their creations and

Resort and Spa was the prime location

well as the opportunity to learn about the

joining in the appetizing fun.

for this celebratory food and wine event.

was

truly

Uncorked

sweet

a

fresh local fare and fabulous restaurants in Clearwater Beach.

The

tropical-themed

resort

features

By purchasing a ticket to the Uncorked

250 luxurious suites, each thoughtfully

event, guests were fortunate to receive

designed in contemporary chic West

Although the food at Clearwater Beach

entry into the elegant Uncorked Beach

Indies style, and its luscious blend of

Uncorked offered an array of delicious

Club, located in a beachfront hideaway

Floridian relaxation and sophisticated

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aesthetic creates an exotic elegance

compelling is the fact that it overlooks

Make your plans and mark your calendars

that captures the beauty of Florida’s

the pristine beauty of Florida’s west

to experience the next Clearwater Beach

environment. Hyatt guests can enjoy

coast. The Uncorked event is a great

Uncorked, an exciting and enticing food

access

and

opportunity to marvel at the natural

and fun adventure!

services, such as a spa pool area and a

beauty of Florida’s seemingly endless

breathtaking eighth-floor infinity pool

coastline, as well as the cerulean majesty

For more information about Clearwater Beach Uncorked,

deck, complete with air-conditioned,

of the Gulf.

visit www.clearwaterbeachuncorked.com

at the Hyatt during the Clearwater

Why not take in the awe-inspiring view

Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa

Beach Uncorked weekend, the culinary

of Clearwater’s coast with a wineglass

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desiring the tastes of the sea, serving

time, and each year, the event has been

upscale American cuisine and ocean-

known to surpass that of the previous

fresh seafood.

year. Come join in the tasty relaxation.

to

numerous

amenities

poolside cabanas. For guests staying

Every year, new tastes and treasures are Perhaps the aspect of the Hyatt Regency-

brought to the table, so you never know

hosted Uncorked weekend that is most

what surprises await you.

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STEELHEAD WINE FOR ONE Steelhead Vineyards have introduced the new wine for one package. This single serve bottle comes with the wine glass already attached. You just twist the top, pour the wine into the glass, and enjoy. Steelhead has made these bottles portable, easy to use, and fully recyclable for a no waste enjoyment. 12 pack-$49.50 | 24 pack-$96.00 www.steelheadvineyards.com

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STUART WEITZMAN SPRING 2014 GLADIATORS FIGHT BACK The Gladiator trend continues for another spring season. Lace up for any Fashion Face-off in these gladiator inspired Snake Calfskin Sandals, perfectly paired with a simple sundress or a bold romper. www.stuartweitzman.com

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LET’S TAKE A RIDE! SOUTHWEST FLORIDA TOUR DE CURE 2014 By Cathleen K. Bode

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> Spring is a glorious time to revel

Good news is that you don’t have to be a

Get ready for everyone to be cheering

in the outdoors. There’s just something

professional cyclist to participate; this is

you on at the finish line! I suggest you

about inhaling the fresh cut grass, bright

not a race. Depending on your preference

get right into your celebration and go to

flowers rising from the ground giving the

you can delight in a leisurely trip around

one of the different sponsor and vendor

air a sweet smell that makes you antici-

town, or challenge yourself to an inten-

booths to unwind with a personal mas-

pate spring. And luckily, you don’t have

sive expedition. Before you start your

sage. Then, savor in the great food and

to search too far to find something enjoy-

ride, indulge in a healthy breakfast, then

listen to the music and entertainment

able to spice things up this year. Take your

the Red Riders will lead you to the open-

provided. If you brought little ones, have

family and friends to a cycling event the

ing ceremonies, which will inspire you to

some fun in the kid’s zone, where there

kids will love it! Let’s just say, this event

have a great ride for a great cause. This

will be plenty of fun and games for the

cause not only are you amusing yourself to a good time, you’re also contributing to a great cause for diabetes. So take a ride and sign up for The Southwest Florida Tour De Cure! The Southwest Florida Tour De Cure is a nationwide cycling event by The American Diabetes Association. That is to say, your contribu-

is sure to be a memorable one be-

NEARLY 26 MILLION CHILDREN AND ADULTS IN THIS COUNTRY ARE DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES, ADA’S MISSION IS TO PREVENT AND CURE DIABETES AND IMPROVE THE LIVES OF THOSE AFFECTED BY IT.

kids. Take advantage of this fun filled day that allows you to meet up with friends, family, or teammates and unwind in great conversation and plenty of happy cheer. This is a rare event where you can feel good about helping others and yourself, so I advise you to take advantage of it and tell everyone you know to come out and have a good time. To learn more about additional programs and events call 1-888- DIABETES or go to

tions will go to the nation’s leading non-

ride is going to take you through a beauti-

profit charity. Nearly 26 million children

ful scenic route through the city of Tampa

and adults in this country are diagnosed

that will make you want to capture the

Here are some basic training tips to help

with diabetes, ADA’s mission is to prevent

view along the way. The family fun ride is

you get started:

and cure diabetes and improve the lives

a 10-mile bike ride designed for

of those affected by it, so help the charity

http://tour.diabetes.org

1. When you train it’s better with frequen-

reach their goal of 350,000 dollars for this

families to take in all of the great sights

cy not necessarily mileage

event. Do you know someone who has

along the way. If you’re coming with

type 1 or type 2 diabetes? Tell them to

friends and looking for a moderate chal-

2. If you have diabetes it’s a good idea

join the Red Riders team, where they will

lenge, the 35-mile bike ride is for the be-

to bring your testing supplies so you can

enjoy free recognition gifts on the day of

ginner to intermediate cyclist. Now, for

check your blood sugar mid-ride.

the event. On the other hand, if you are

the experienced cyclist, they lend strate-

a cyclist looking to be apart of a team,

gic training advice. Cyclists who want to

3. Stay well hydrated, so you don’t pass

you have the option to join a local or a

take on an extreme challenge, they offer

out along the ride.

national team, or start your own! It’s a fact

a choice between a 62-mile or 100-mile

that riding your bike is one of the great-

route. Fortunately, each route has a gra-

4. You’re going to need fuel for your tank!

est forms of exercise. A few of the ma-

cious amount of refreshment rest stops

Thankfully they provide you with food

jor health benefits are increase in muscle

sponsored by Tour de Cure Official Nu-

throughout the event.

tone, improved cardio-vascular health,

trition Bar Sponsor GoMacro, which pro-

and reduction in stress. All the more rea-

vides food and drink. The Southwest Flor-

son to participate!

ida Tour de Cure will be held at Lakewood

5. Stretch! Muscle cramps are the worst!<

Ranch Main Street in Tampa on March 30.

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WHAT’S HAPPENING TAMPA!

MUSIC

PERFORMING ARTS

COMEDY

MISC.

Miley Cyrus

MARCH 1-9 Alton Brown: The Edible Inevitable Tour March 1, 8 pm Straz Center for the Performing Arts 813-229-7827 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons March 4, 8 pm Ruth Eckerd Hall 727-791-7400 Wild Child featuring Special Guests March 6, 10 pm Crowbar 813-241-8600 Harlem Globetrotters March 7, 7 pm USF Sun Dome 813-974-3002 Don McLean March 7, 7:30 pm The Capitol Theatre 727-791-7400

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Dana Carvey March 7, 8 pm Tampa Theatre 813-274-8982

FEBRUARY 1-8 MARCH 10-16 Michael Bolton March 10, 7:30 pm The Capitol Theatre 727-791-7400 Marcus Luttrell’s Patriot Tour March 11, 7:30 pm Tampa Theatre 813-274-8982 Joan Rivers March 14, 7:30 pm Capitol Theatre 727-791-7400 The Hit Men March 14, 8 pm Mahaffey Theater 727-893-7832

MARCH 17-23

MARCH 24-31

Aziz Ansari - Modern Romance March 16, 7 pm Mahaffey Theater 727-893-7832

Casting Crowns March 28, 7 pm USF Sun Dome 813-974-3002

Children of Bodom March 16, 7:30 pm The Ritz Ybor 813-247-2518

Scotty McCreery March 28, 7:30 pm Ruth Eckerd Hall 727-791-7400

Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour March 20, 7 pm Tampa Bay Times Forum 813-301-6500

Jay Leno March 29, 7:30 pm Capitol Theatre 727-791-7400 The Avett Brothers March 29, 8 pm

VNV Nation March 22, 7 pm Orpheum 813-248-9500 Vince Gill March 22, 8 pm Ruth Eckerd Hall 727-791-7400

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ALTON BROWN

March 14, 7:30 pm Capitol Theatre 727-791-7400

Aziz Ansari

Alton Brown, the famous celebrity chef and television personality brings his culinary-science and humor to

AZIZ ANSARI

Tampa on March 1st! This two-hour show mixes things up by incorporating stand up comedy, food experimen-

Aziz Ansari, the actor and comedian labeled by Rolling

tation, and live music all into one. Looking for some-

Stone as “the funniest man under 30” is bringing his

thing for the whole family to enjoy? This is it! This is

new tour, Modern Romance, to Tampa. Ansari ended

Brown’s first live tour although he’s been performing

his last tour, Buried Alive, in April and he’s headed

for audiences for over a decade. Be ready to volunteer

back out for more. In this stand up he jokes about the

to go on stage and have a blast!

ridiculousness of modern romance, marriage, and par-

March 1, 8 pm Straz Center for Performing Arts 813-229-7827

enthood. He says some of his inspirations for the tour came from his friends who are married with children. This is for one night only, March 16th. Be sure not to miss out on all the laughs!

JOAN RIVERS The Emmy-Award winning television talk show host

March 16, 7 pm Mahaffey Theater 727-893-7832

and internationally renowned comedian, Joan Rivers, is coming to Tampa Bay on March 14th! Joan has

SCOTTY MCCREERY selling 52,000 copies. The album features some of his

become famous for numerous television shows especially on the red carpet shows. Joan’s audacity and

American Idol season 10 winner and country super-

witty personality alone makes this show a must-see.

star, Scotty McCreery, is on his way to Tampa on

Joan’s last tour was a major success and her shows

March 28th. McCreery launched his third album, See

are known to sell out. Grab your tickets before they’re

You Tonight, back in October and began his tour in

gone!

January. The album debuted as number one country album and number 6 album on the Billboard Top 100,

original songwriting for the first time. He says, “You have to share those intimate thoughts to get a really good song.” Calling all country music fans! March 28, 7:30 pm Ruth Eckerd Hall 727-791-7400

Alton Brown

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