Meet Our Providers
Dr. Roger Shea, MD
Undergraduate: Florida State University, 1981, B.S. Biology
Medical School: Medical University of South Carolina, 1990 MD
Internship: University of Miami, General Surgery, 1991
Residency: University of Miami, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 1995
Dr. Roger Shea has been a Sarasota resident since 1956. He specializes and is board certified in pediatric and adult Ears, Nose and Throat (Otolaryngology). He
graduated from Manatee High School in 1973 and attended Florida State University, graduating with two degrees, Biology and Chemistry.
He attended medical school at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Charleston. He completed his internship and residence at University of Miami, Jacksonville Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Shea has staff privileges at Sarasota Memorial Hospital where he served as Chief of Surgery in 2005. He has completed over 20,000 surgical procedures, 10,000 of which have been on patients under 18 years of age.
He is a proud father of two sons, and two daughters. He loves his wonderful wife and her daughter and is a proud grandfather to his new grand daughter. He enjoys home improvements and boating with family and friends.
By: Brendan Flounders
Dr. Shea provided an unrivaled level of care/compassion for our son. After a weekend trip to SMH's ER, and having to wait until first thing Monday to book an appointment - our nerves were well past the point of "shot". However, both he and his staff went above and beyond to help us and did not pass the slightest bit of judgement during an overly stressful family emergency.
By: Lynn Burton
My husband and I both saw Bernice, the PA for Dr. Shea. We’ve been dealing with ear issues for some time. We live in Longboat Key Marina on our boat 1/2 the year and Raleigh NC the other half. Of every Dr. or PA we have seen, Bernice was the very best. Kind, gentle and awesome is how I’d describe her. Not to mention, she definitely addressed both of our issues better than anyone else in years👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻Thank you so much♥️ Highly recommended!
By: Zev Bishop
My newborn son had difficulty feeding during his first few weeks. We saw Dr. Shea for a tongue tie procedure and afterwards my son was immediately able to latch and feed. Thanks for taking care of my boy Dr. Shea!
Berenice Jaramillo PA-C
Physician Assistant Berenice Jaramillo graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and Cell Science in 2008. Afer graduation, she was a Microbiological Research Scientist at UF in the department of microbiology and cell science. She joined Shea ENT Clinic in 2011 as a bilingual medical assistant and scribe until 2016, which is when she went to Nova Southeastern University - Jacksonville. She graduated with Honors and obtained her Master's Degree in Medical Science, Physician Studies. Upon graduation, she returned to Shea ENT as a P.A. in 2018.
Dr. Pat McCarthy, Au.D., CCC-SLP/A
Dr. Pat McCarthy joined Shea ENT Clinic in 1998 bringing with her a wealth of knowledge and experience. She graduated from the University of Florida in 1978 with a Bachelor of Education in Speech Pathology and Audiology. In 1979 she received her Masters in Speech Pathology from University of Florida. In 1982 she went to Duke University Medical Center receiving her Fellowship in Organic Speech Disorders. Lastly, she earned her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Florida in 2002. Her
work has included speech pathologist in the Florida school system, 1980-1981, Speech pathologist and audiologist at Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta GA, (1982-1997). Dr. McCarthy currently practices audiology at Physician's Hearing Clinic at Shea ENT Clinic where she is a dispenser of hearing aids.
Dr. Kendra Stebbins, Au.D.
Dr. Kendra Stebbins joined Shea ENT Clinic in May of 2022. Dr. Stebbins earned her bachelor's degree in Communication Science and Disorders from Florida State University, where she gained a strong foundation in the fundamentals of hearing and speech sciences. She went on to pursue her passion for audiology and earned her doctorate (Au.D.) at the University of South Florida. During her training, Dr. Stebbins gained extensive clinical experience in the department of otolaryngology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, working with the latest technology and treatment options. She has given a number of presentations at national conferences covering topics like the effects of aging on the auditory system. Dr. Stebbins has a deep commitment to philanthropic efforts on both local and global levels. She currently serves as a clinical director of the Special Olympics Healthy Hearing program. She also provided audiological services to individuals in countries like Guatemala and Ghana, for which she has earned national recognition through the Academy of Audiology.