Raymond Dean Hautamaki MD is board certified Internal Medicine- Pulmonary/Critical Care physician practicing in Sarasota, Florida. He attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida for undergraduate studies and medical school. He was inducted into AOA his junior year of medical school and graduated from the University of Florida College of Medicine with honors along with honors in research. Dr. Hautamaki was a general surgical resident at the University of Florida at Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida and then completed his Internal Medicine residency and Pulmonary/Critical Care Fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine-Barnes/Jewish Hospital system.
Since 1997 Dr. Hautamaki has been a practicing physician in Sarasota, Florida where has served as Chairman of Medicine, Director of Critical Care and currently as the Chief of Internal Medicine for Sarasota Memorial Hospital an 821 bed regional teaching medical center with an active Level II Trauma center. He has served on the hospitals executive medical committee and remains active teaching as an assistant clinical professor with Florida State College of Medicine.
Dr. Hautamaki serves as director for several private and public biotechnology companies which have included Wafergen Biosystems, Fibralign Corporation, First Wave Technologies, and 20/20 Genesystems. Dr. Hautamaki sits on the University of Florida College of Medicine Leadership council and now serves as their president.
Dr. Hautamaki is married to Elizabeth and has four children.