I did clinicals there when I was in school, and have a couple of friends who work there. Ed White is a very small hospital that feels much like an acute care nursing home. Small ER, small ICU. You'll have a lot of patients with c-diff and UTIs. It has a wound care center with barometric chambers, which is its only real unique feature. Because of its size, everyone knows everyone else. There are several other hospitals in the immediate neighborhood, a big L2 trauma center, a big children's hospital, and two smaller hospitals similar to Ed White.
St. Petersburg used to be referred to as "God's waiting room" but in recent years the population has become much younger. It has a great downtown/waterfront area, with a hotels, restaurants, shops, marinas, parks and museums, and, of course, the beaches are nice. Get yourself some sunscreen and a big floppy hat!