Dr. Randy Shuck, Priority Health
Dr. Randy Shuck was born and raised in St. Petersburg, a third-generation Floridian. He graduated from medical school in 1994, with residencies in Radiation Oncology and Family Medicine.
Dr. Shuck worked for eight years as an ER Physician and 12 years in Family Medicine. He is also an associate professor for Lake Erie Medical School and is the Founding Director for St Petersburg General Hospital's Medical Education Program, which has 40 residents and interns.
He teaches clinical medicine to interns and residents, with emphasis on geriatrics, diabetes, Alzheimers, hyperlipedimia and healthy lifestyles.
Dr. Shuck was named the Physician of the Year for Pinellas County (2001), and for the State of Florida (2009).
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