Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point’s new residents pose in front of the Graduate Medical Education Center at RMCBP.

Tampa Bay/Hudson, FL – Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is proud to introduce the second class of its Graduate Medical Education Program Internal medicine residents. The incoming class of residents hails from medical schools all over the US but also from medical schools here in Florida. The class of 2015 residents is as follows:

  • Lauren Applehof, DO,
  • Trevor Applehof, DO
  • Dan Bainbridge, DO
  • Duat Bui, DO
  • Rebecca Burt, DO
  • Mallika Devarapalli, DO
  • Michael Harris, DO
  • Pornchai Kittivarakarn, DO
  • Anna Marshall, DO
  • Ricardo, Navarro, DO
  • Torrey Poholsky, DO
  • Joseph Robbins, DO
  • Brandon Rosenthal, DO
  • Nicole Smith, DO
  • Angela Spinelli, DO
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The Graduate Medical Education Program in internal medicine is under the direction of Michael Strobbe, DO. The residents train at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point on general medicine teams and specialty services including the emergency room.

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is approved by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) for an internal medicine residency program. The first class began in July of 2014.

According to the Florida Department of Health, there is a critical state-wide need for physicians.The expansion of the Graduate Medical Education Programs such as Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point’s can help to alleviate the shortage. This program benefits the local community.Studies show that many physicians practice where they have completed their residency.