Dr. Nemer Dabarge, left, co-organizer with Kim Sorrells of the new internal medicine residency program at Blake Medical Center, talks to three of the 15 new residents who start July 1 including, second from left, Mark Baker, Ian Kahane and Daniela Rodrigues.
Dr. Nemer Dabarge, left, co-organizer with Kim Sorrells of the new internal medicine residency program at Blake Medical Center, talks to three of the 15 new residents who start July 1 including, second from left, Mark Baker, Ian Kahane and Daniela Rodrigues. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
Dr. Nemer Dabarge, left, co-organizer with Kim Sorrells of the new internal medicine residency program at Blake Medical Center, talks to three of the 15 new residents who start July 1 including, second from left, Mark Baker, Ian Kahane and Daniela Rodrigues. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

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