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Cheryl Reed

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Pinnacle Health Group

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Tampa Bay Metro Magazine | Best Doctors

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Cheryl Reed
Pinnacle Health Group—Department of Family Medicine 2605 West Swann Avenue, Suite 100 Tampa, FL 33609 • Phone: 813-874-5500


Bradenton Herald | 03/28/2005 | Federal group probes group homes' deaths

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Said Dr. Cheryl Reed, a Brandon doctor who has treated medically fragile disabled people for about 20 years: "I'm very distressed.Reed said such patients, who most often have complex medical needs, require constant surveillance by nurses who are trained to recognize often subtle changes."(The patients) can't talk to you, so your clinical skills have to be very well-tuned," Reed said."Not if you want to keep people alive," said Reed.


Straight Up with Sherri: Agency Probes Group Homes' Deaths

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Said Dr. Cheryl Reed, a Brandon doctor who has treated medically fragile disabled people for about 20 years: "I'm very distressed.Reed said such patients, who most often have complex medical needs, require constant surveillance by nurses who are trained to recognize often subtle changes."[The patients] can't talk to you, so your clinical skills have to be very well-tuned," Reed said."It takes a special kind of nurse to care for these people," Reed said.Should the state have attempted to save money by changing nursing practices?"Not if you want to keep people alive," said Reed.


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