Dr. Babatola Durojaiye is board certified in internal medicine. He graduated medical school at the University of Jos Faculty Medical Science in 1990. Dr. Durojaiye completed his internship and residency at Mountainside Hospital in 1998.
Dr. Durojaiye is on staff at the Major Medical Centers in the Tampa Bay Area. We provide in-patient care at Florida Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Kindred Hospital Central Tampa. The goal is to maintain continuity of care for our patients who require hospital care.
Michele Sassine-Petion began her nursing career in 2004 when she obtained her ASN from Hillsborough Community College. She was later motivated to pursue and obtained her BSN and her MSN from the University of South Florida. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Most of her nursing experience is in critical care. She worked as an ICU nurse at Tampa General Hospital for three years. She then spent two years working as a post-surgical ICU nurse at Moffat Cancer Center. As an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner she worked for Florida Hospital Physicians Group prior to joining New Tampa Medical Center. She is a hard working dedicated individual who is passionate about her career and loves working with patients. She is happy to have joined New Tampa Medical Center and hopes to build a long-term relationship with a team comprised of dedicated and hardworking individuals. Outside of work she enjoys reading and traveling, but most of all she loves spending time with her family.
Julie Igilar graduated from Hillsborough Community College with an associate in nursing in 2006. In 2011, she received a degree in Masters of Science in Nursing (Family Health Nursing) from the University of South Florida. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She has three years working experience as a nurse practitioner, working with young adults and the geriatric populations. She was opportune to work in one of the area hospitals on the neurology unit as a registered nurse for five years. She is hardworking, compassionate and dedicated to her patients, their families and her team members.
She is committed to promoting and providing the best possible evidenced-based care to her patients and their families. She is very happy to join the New Tampa Medical Center as a nurse practitioner, and she looks forward to working with a dedicated team of individuals in providing the best care to the patients and their families. She is also committed to her family and enjoys spending time with them.
We celebrate the life of our friend and colleague and know that Terry’s light hearted humor and compassion will surely be missed.