Residency class of 2015-2016
Upon completion of Holly's PGY1 residency, she obtained an Advanced Clinical Pharmacist position for the surgery team at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland, OR. Her primary practice units consist of trauma, general surgery, and neurosurgery, however the diverse patient population served at OHSU provides many opportunities to care for patients of varying disease states and acuity. My current job also includes serving as a primary preceptor for pharmacy students and residents. Working at an academic medical center also lends opportunities for teaching residents and students of all disciplines in the clinical setting which occurs regularly. Holly has been selected to sit on the residency advisory committee (RAC) this past year. She has also been added as a member to the pharmacy research committee at OHSU, which allows her to have continued involvement in research project selection and guidance for current pharmacy residents as well as serve as a research preceptor for ongoing residency research projects. Holly obtained BCPS in spring 2017 and recently published her first article in The Journal of Family Practice.
Residency class of 2016-2017
Upon completion of Michelle's PGY1 residency, she obtained a PGY2 position at Massachusetts General Hospital specializing in emergency medicine where she accepted a position as an Emergency Medicine Pharmacist after residency. MGH is a level 1 trauma center in the heart of Boston and was ranked fourth in the nation by U.S News and World Report's list of top medical institutions. The emergency department supports 110,000 patients visits per year and is working towards 24/7 pharmacist coverage. She works closely with the Harvard associated emergency medical residents and medical residents in different specialties, and serves as a preceptor for pharmacy students rotating through the emergency department. She attends weekly toxicology conference at Boston Children's Hospital and take advantage of the many teaching opportunities offered at this large academic medical center.
Residency class of 2017-2018
Residency class of 2018-2019
Upon completion of Lydia's PGY1 residency, she joined Swedish Medical Center as a staff clinical pharmacist. Her responsibilities include leading the Pain Committee in addition to serving as a member on the RAC Committee and the Efficiency Committee. Her primary practice consists of rotating between the critical care unit, decentralized pharmacy positions, and the IV room. She continues to participate in research focusing on the trauma, burn, and critical care populations in addition to precepting students.