Tampa Bay/Hudson, FL – Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point is pleased to welcome its new incoming classes of residents. This year Bayonet Point added 20 new post-graduate residents to their internal medicine residency program. In addition, the new general surgery program welcomed nine new residents to its five-year post-graduate program. The transitional year program also welcomed 13 new residents and the cardiovascular disease fellowship gained three additional fellowships. Additionally, the gastroenterology program gained two new fellowships. Pulmonology critical care fellowship gained three and the rheumatology fellowship has two new fellows.

The incoming class of 2018-2019 residents pose for a team photo.

From Left to Right starting on the bottom row: Kyra Munzenmaier, MD, Divisha Sharma, MD, Matthew Mancao, MD, John Ameen, DO, Kristen Phillips, DO, Deborah Saepharn, DO, Huma Zaman, MD

Second Row: L to R Oren Costantini, DO, Chrispin Otondi, MD, Shani Patel, DO, Mili Shah, MD, Neha Patel, MD, Rajiv Goyal, MD, Alexander Lake, DO, Huma Khan, MD, Kristofer Nava, MD, Margaret Doyle, DO, Noor Elsaqa, DO,

Third Row L to R: Melodie Sarebanha, MD, Urvish Patel, MD, Pranav Reddy, MD, Michael Manning, MD, Jacob Jensen, DO, Luis Mendoza Moret, MD, Jason Lee, MD, T. Canyon Gore, DO, Christopher Orpiano, DO, Gurjeet Kang, DO, Jessica Jones, DO,

Fourth Row L to R: Wei Niu, MD, Adrian Kochno, DO, Parth Patel, MD, Katie Tribulus, DO, Yousef Almuzaini, DO, William Zeleznak, MD, Jomel Patrick Jancinto, DO, Michael Stagg, DO, Michael Tedla, MD, Andrei Hetman, MD, Ken Baxa, DO

Fifth Row L to R: Ali Ghadiri, DO, Nicholas Bahl, MD, Reginald Chounoune, MD, Dimitri Tsalickis, DO, Ryan Fields, MD, Samir Rahman, DO, Joseph Granite, DO, Mario Talango, DO, Theodore Korty, DO