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Dr. Bayron's Story: Bariatric Surgeon

Mar 3, 2020

Dr. Bayron, Bariatric and Robotic Surgeon

Bayron portraitAfter practicing at Florida Medical Center for 9 years, Dr. Bayron has come to appreciate a lot about the place. Having moved to the U.S. from another country, he wasn’t quite sure what to expect. What he’s found has really impressed him.

The importance of family

When asked why he keeps practicing at Florida Medical Center, Dr. Bayron doesn’t even have to think about it before answering, “It’s not a huge hospital, and it allows the staff and patients to be more like family. We all know each other, and that’s good for the patients. It improves communication and provides a better experience for the patients.”

His patients go out of their way to let him know what that family environment means to them.

“Patients who come here frequently tell me they like that they can get to know the nurses and staff.” Happy patients make for a happy doctor.

He’s been other places, and they’re not the same

Dr. Bayron has been to other hospitals, and so he can say from experience that Florida Medical Center is different.

“This place is great,” he says. Other larger hospitals try to lure doctors with the promise of greater efficiency.

“I have gone to other places, the efficiency didn't work,” he says. “Florida Medical Center has the benefits of a larger hospital, but it maintains that family feel. That makes it very appealing.”

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