Citrus Memorial Hospital
July 01, 2019

Citrus Memorial Hospital recently welcomed the second class of internal medicine residents into its Graduate Medical Education program. The 20 new residents begin their journey through a three-year program on July 1.

Citrus Memorial Hospital’s Graduate Medical Education (GME) program received thousands of applications and conducted hundreds of interviews before deciding on the final 20 members of the class. The class of 2022 includes:

  • Sonny Arre, MD
  • William Cook, MD
  • Catherine Divingian, MD, PhD
  • Mollika Hossain, MD
  • Ana Jaramillo, MD
  • Hasina McGann, MD
  • Juan Negron, MD
  • Aakash Patel, MD
  • Marie-Louise Posch, MD
  • Sean Prince, MD
  • Andrew Santos, MD
  • Kevin Thompson, MD
  • August Tournay, MD
  • Falahuddin Syed, DO
  • Blair Warren, DO
  • Ramon Checo, MD
  • Morgan Currie, MD
  • Tierra Curry, MD
  • Ethan Downes, MD
  • Naeem Syed, MD

The hospital’s Graduate Medical Education program began last year as part of a larger GME consortium between USF Health and HCA Florida. The consortium was developed to address Florida’s physician shortage by expanding the number of residency positions available in the area. The seven other HCA West Florida hospitals with residency programs include: Blake Medical Center (Manatee County); Brandon Regional Hospital (Hillsborough County); Largo Medical Center, Northside Hospital, and St. Petersburg General Hospital (Pinellas County); Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point (Pasco County); and Oak Hill Hospital (Hernando County).