Tampa Bay/Hudson, FL - Regional Medical Center Bayonet's Graduate Medical Education Program recently honored their first Faculty Physician of the Year and Resident of the Year. The program's first Faculty Physician of the Year is Joseph Sennabaum, MD. It's first Resident of the Year is James Sheppard, DO. The two awards were announced at the hospital's first commencement ceremony.
The Resident of the Year is nominated by residents. Residents and members of the Graduate Medical Education staff have the opportunity to vote. Criteria as follows:
- The resident who was helpful to others throughout the year and went the extra mile to assist.
- The resident who provided a positive role model for other residents.
- Most demonstrated leadership
- Most demonstrated a sense of being a team player
- Punctual with entering duty hours, completing rotation evaluations, etc.
The Faculty Physician of the Year is nominated and voted on strictly by the residents. Criteria are as follows:
- The faculty physician who the residents regarded as most helpful to him throughout the year and went that extra mile
- The physician who residents felt most provided a positive role model for them
- The faculty member who residents felt most supported and guided them beyond the "normal"
ATTACHED PHOTO #1: Physicians pose with their recognition plaque at the commencement ceremony. Left to right: Dr. Joseph Pino, Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Sennabaum, and Michael Strobbe, DO, GME program director.
PHOTO #2: Dr. Joseph Pino, Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Sheppard, and Michael Strobbe, DO, GME program director.