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Pharmacy Residency Program

Welcome to the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program Website. PGY1 residency training is a challenging but rewarding experience. I commend you for your commitment to your education and the profession of pharmacy. Jackson-Madison County General Hospital (JMCGH) is a large tertiary care community hospital in rural West Tennessee, and the flagship institution of West Tennessee Healthcare. Our service area includes West Tennessee, parts of the Missouri bootheel, and northern Mississippi. This large service area gives our institution the depth and breadth of patient experiences typically seen in a large academic medical center but nestled in a mid-size town with a welcoming atmosphere. The Department of Pharmacy is integral across all of West Tennessee Healthcare. We have relationships with two area colleges of pharmacy, and conduct both introductory and advanced practice experiences at our institution.

Specifically, the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital PGY1 pharmacy residency prepares pharmacists for community-based hospital practice, to serve as experiential adjunct faculty for a college of pharmacy, and/or to pursue second-year post-graduate residency training in a focused area of practice.

Thank you for your interest in our PGY-1 residency program.

Sincerely,
Jamie Hopkins, Pharm.D., BCIDP
PGY-1 Residency Program Director

 

 


 

Jackson-Madison County General Hospital Purpose

The purpose of the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital PGY-1 pharmacy residency is to prepare pharmacists for community-based hospital pharmacy practice, to serve as experiential adjunct faculty for a college of pharmacy, and / or to pursue second year post-graduate residency training in a focused area of practice.


Jackson, TN

Hospital Information
  • 642-bed tertiary care center
  • Non-profit institution
  • Serves 17 West Tennessee counties: approximately 400,000 persons
  • Flagship hospital of West Tennessee Healthcare which is a
  • Contains 6 Intensive Care Units (MICU, SICU, CCU, CVICU, NeoICU, NeuroICU) providing 120 ICU beds
  • Emergency Department treats ~100,000 patients per year
  • Average daily census is 408
  • Employees 76 licensed pharmacists

Program Details
  • ASHP Accredited
  • Number of Residents: 4
  • Duration of Program: 12 months
  • Stipend: $45,000
  • Benefits
    1. Paid Earned Time: 10 days per year
    2. Sick Time: 6 days per year
    3. Administrative Leave: granted for professional activities
    4. Interview Leave: up to 3 days with documentation of interview
    5. Health Insurance
    6. WTH Benefits Page

Application Requirements/Qualifications
  • Interview required
  • PharmD or equivalent experience
  • Eligibility for licensure in Tennessee with expected licensed by date of September 30.
  • U.S. citizenship required
  • Application must be submitted through PhORCAS
  • PhORCAS Requirements
    1. General Application
    2. Letter of Intent
    3. Curriculum vitae
    4. Official copy of college/university transcript (Pharmacy School only)
    5. Three letters of recommendations using the ASHP Standardized Residency Application Recommendation Request Form
  • Application deadline: January 10, 2022

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ASHP Program Code: 54007

NMS Code: 183913


Residency Rotation Opportunities


Projects and Presentations
  • Residency project for presentation at the MidSouth Pharmacy Residency Conference
  • Prepare and present one Medication Use Evaluation (MUE)
  • Attend P&T Committee Meetings
  • Attend and take minutes for an assigned hospital committee throughout the year
  • Prepare a Drug Monograph and Therapeutic Review for presentation to P&T Committee
  • Prepare a PharmaGram
  • Conduct at least two Journal Clubs
  • Prepare and present a Continuing Education (CE) presentation to the West Tennessee Pharmacists Association
  • Prepare and present a lecture in conjunction with Union University College of Pharmacy
  • Prepare and present a lecture to the University of Tennessee Family Practice Residents
  • Complete drug information questions

Leanna Estredge, PharmD

Hometown: Memphis, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Memphis
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Why I chose JMCGH PGY-1 Residency Program: I chose JMCGH because they offered such a wide variety of clinical rotations that I knew I would get a well rounded experience here. Then, when I had my interview with everyone, I just knew this is where I wanted to be. I really got a sense of family from meeting and speaking to everyone and that was really important to me. I know that I will learn from a group of great pharmacists who want to see me succeed.

Brittany Kelley, PharmD

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Union University
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Why I chose JMCGH PGY-1 Residency Program: I chose to complete my residency at JMCGH due to the previous experiences I had while completing APPEs at the facility. I wanted a challenging yet supportive program that would advance my clinical experience. JMCGH offers a variety of rotations and opportunities to work alongside dedicated clinical pharmacists who have a passion for patient care. The pharmacy team is so encouraging and supportive which inspires me to learn more and do more. I am thankful for the opportunity to learn in such an amazing environment!

Elliot Lea, PharmD

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Pharmacy School Education: Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy at East Tennessee State University
Why I chose JMCGH PGY-1 Residency Program: I chose to do my PGY-1 residency at JMCGH because it offers a variety of unique clinical rotations as well as core longitudinal rotations that fit my interests.  In addition, the ability to gain precepting experience with students from both the Union University College of Pharmacy and the UTHSC College of Pharmacy will provide an environment in which I can excel as a mentor, teacher, and preceptor.  I am confident that this program will support my growth into a well rounded clinical pharmacist and will also give me the opportunity to help others in their pursuit of clinical practice.

Kelsey Rowland, PharmD

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Union University
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Why I chose JMCGH PGY-1 Residency Program: When applying to residency programs, my top priorities were the rotations and the preceptors. I wanted a program that offered a variety of rotations that would make me a more well-rounded pharmacist, and I wanted to be able to work with preceptors that would provide feedback and challenge me. I chose JMCGH because the program fit exactly what I was looking for. 

Sherry Osborne, RPh

Hometown: Medina, TN
Undergraduate Education: Jackson State Community College
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Practice Interests: Administration
Hobbies: My dogs!!
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the employees and just knowing that what we do each day is helping somebody to go home!!

Jamie Hopkins, PharmD, BCIDP

Hometown: Manchester, TN
Undergraduate Education: Mercer University
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Practice/Research Interests: Antimicrobial Stewardship
Hobbies: Reading, running, and spending time outdoors with my husband and kids
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: What attracted me to JMCGH almost 20 years ago was the opportunity to help create something new. The people I work with keep me here now. The pharmacists, technicians, residents, and students work hard to take care of the people here. We work well together and have a good time while doing so.

Beth Beard, PharmD

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Harding University
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Practice Interests: General medicine
Hobbies: Spending time with my family, reading, and online window shopping
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the family atmosphere of the pharmacy department.

Christopher Buckley, PharmD, BCCCP

Hometown: Bartlett, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Tennessee at Martin
Pharmacy School Education: University of Memphis
Residency: PGY-1 Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital in Murfreesboro, TN
PGY-2 Critical Care/Nutrition at Regional One Health in Memphis, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Enteral Nutrition Support, Protein Requirements in Critically Ill Patients, and Traumatic Brain Injury
Hobbies: Fantasy football, NY Yankees, Tennessee Volunteers, and Tennessee Titans
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the multidisciplinary collaboration of the NeuroICU.

Ashley Bynum, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP

Hometown: Kennett, MO
Undergraduate Education: University of Mississippi
Pharmacy School Education: University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, MS
Practice/Research Interests: Critical Care
Hobbies: playing piano, reading, spending time outdoors with my 3 dogs, and family movie nights
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the sense of community not just within the pharmacy department but within the whole hospital. I feel like part of a team providing the best care possible to patients in the ICU. I look forward to coming to work each morning which means a lot to me.

Rusty Cabanaw, PharmD, BCACP

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Union University
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy/Holston Medical Group
Practice Interests: Ambulatory Care
Hobbies: Running, reading, and UT Football/most sporting events
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I enjoy the opportunity to practice in my hometown, to establish patient relationships, and to work with other healthcare providers in helping to improve patient’s healthcare.

Austin Camp, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Union University
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Baptist Memphis Hospital in Memphis, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Critical Care, Toxicology, and Infectious Disease
Hobbies: Music, Movies, and Memphis Grizzlies
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the opportunity to work with a multidisciplinary team in the SICU.

Sonia Carter, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Harvard University
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Internal Medicine and Antimicrobial Stewardship
Hobbies: Spending quality time with family and friends, dog mom, and reading
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the wonderful work atmosphere with a skilled pharmacy team.

Bethany McMackin, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Collierville, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Arkansas
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Emergency Medicine
Hobbies: Sports, music, traveling, and reading
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the atmosphere of JMCGH. There is an open dialogue present between pharmacy and other healthcare professionals that creates a working environment of mutual respect.

Greg Gibson, PharmD

Hometown: Meridian, MS
Undergraduate Education: Mississippi State University
Pharmacy School Education: Bachelor of Pharmacy from University of Mississippi, Doctor of Pharmacy from University of North Carolina
Practice/Research Interests: Neonatal and Pediatric Medicine
Hobbies: Cooking, gardening, spending time with family as I’m the father of twins that are in the second year of college.
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I enjoy the friendly working environment of JMCGH. The people I work with in the pharmacy and in the pediatric and neonatal areas make it fun to come to work each day. I know we have a voice in patient care and other healthcare professionals value our opinion.

Courtney Guinn, PharmD

Hometown: McLemoresville, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Tennessee at Martin
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
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What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: Text

Zachery Halford, PharmD, BCOP, BCPPS

Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT
Undergraduate Education: University of Utah
Pharmacy School Education: University of Utah
Residency: PGY-1 Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, HI
Practice/Research Interests: Pediatrics, Hematology/Oncology
Hobbies: Fitness, golfing, and making sure my kids survive gymnastics
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: JMCGH is a large, progressive hospital with a variety of subspecialties, but it feels like a community hospital.

Jordan Harrington, PharmD

Hometown: Bath Springs, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Tennessee at Martin
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison General Hospital
Practice/Research Interests: Infectious Disease, Nutrition, and Pediatrics
Hobbies: Running, cycling, traveling, and cooking
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love that working at JMCGH feels like being part of one large community, both within the pharmacy department and other departments throughout the hospital.

Jeremy Hicks, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Ooltewah, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Memphis, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Internal medicine/Nutrition Support
Hobbies: I grew up doing projects around the house with my dad. So, naturally I became “Mr. Fix It” like him. If you have the right tools you can do just about anything. I like anything that flies…real planes, model planes, home-made rockets. At night I look at the stars, planets, constellations, and the international space station while walking with my wife or taking the dog out. I’m amazed by God’s creation.
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: The pharmacy is an extension of my own family, and we work well together. An added benefit is getting to work with some intelligent, talented people. It is also important that pharmacy is respected by our administration, doctors, NPs, PAs, nurses, and others at JMCGH.

April Ingason, PharmD

Hometown: Bartlett, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Memphis
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
Practice Interests: Perioperative
Hobbies: Family time, cooking, traveling, and yoga
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love being able to develop the role of a surgery pharmacist by expanding clinical services offered in the surgery department. Working in surgery is like belonging to a community; we are all here to work together to take care of our patients. I enjoy the overall inviting atmosphere of the hospital; Jackson General is an amazing place to work!

Kristen Lee, PharmD

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Mississippi
Pharmacy School Education: University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
Practice/Research Interests: Antimicrobial Stewardship
Hobbies: Raising 5 children and watching them play any and all sports
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the camaraderie among all the pharmacists I work with at JMCGH the most. The pharmacists here genuinely care about each other, as well as our students and residents. In addition, we strive to take exemplary care of our patients.

Taylor Mathis, PharmD, MS, BCACP

Hometown: Madison, MS
Undergraduate Education: University of Mississippi
Pharmacy School Education: University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
Residency: 2-Year Community Pharmacy Administration Residency with Kroger Health and the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy
Practice/Research Interests: Chronic Disease Management and Women’s Health
Hobbies: Quality time with family, crossword puzzles, and coloring books
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love having the opportunity to work with physicians and nurses to develop high-quality, individualized care plans for patients.

Andrew Martin, PharmD

Hometown: Rives Junction, MI
Undergraduate Education: Ferris State University
Pharmacy School Education: Ferris State University College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics
Practice/Research Interests: Medication safety and quality, drug information, and informatics
Hobbies: Parenting and beekeeping
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: JMCGH offers a place to work and grow with people who care and are continually working to advance the practice of pharmacy.

Brian Shaw, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Martin, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Tennessee at Martin
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Practice Interests: Internal Medicine
Hobbies: Fishing and golf
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I have worked for JMCGH for over 13 years, and I can say that almost no two days are the same. I like being able to see and learn new things, and that is easy to do here due to the variety of experiences at JMCGH. What I like most is helping take care of patients. Helping patients with their medicines gives me a fulfilled purpose in the work I do each day.

Jessica Smith, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Jackson State Community College and Union University
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Cardiac Step-down, Pain management, and Congestive Heart Failure
Hobbies: Baking and growing herbs
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I enjoy getting to work with students and residents because it thrills me to watch them grow in knowledge and confidence as they progress.

Alydia Snyder, PharmD

Hometown: West Helena, AR
Undergraduate Education: Union University
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Nutrition Support and Antimicrobial Stewardship
Hobbies: Spending time with my husband and 3 kids, reading, and going to the beach
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the people I work with and the family atmosphere we have!

Brad Spencer, PharmD, BCCCP

Hometown: Collierville, TN
Undergraduate Education: Union University
Pharmacy School Education: Union University College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Small group teaching, drug allergy, social media influence on public’s science/medicine perceptions
Hobbies: Playing with my children, biking, and coaching soccer
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the wide variety of services and patient conditions.

JoLeigh Sutton, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Chattanooga, TN
Undergraduate Education: Carson-Newman University
Pharmacy School Education: Samford McWhorter School of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 UAB Hospital in Birmingham, AL
Practice/Research Interests: Informatics and Internal Medicine
Hobbies: I am a singer, wife, and mother to three beautiful children. I also dabble in painting, crafting, and cake making.
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love that I can make an impact on patient care on a daily basis either directly or indirectly. I am also blessed to work with a staff that is compassionate, friendly, and treats each other like family. We can do hard things together!

Jodi Taylor, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP

Hometown: Trenton, TN
Undergraduate Education: Middle Tennessee State University
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Memphis, TN
Practice/Research Interests: Critical Care and Cardiology
Hobbies: Gardening
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: JMCGH is a perfect blend of community and academic practice with a hometown/family feel!

Christy Waggoner, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN
Practice Interests: Ambulatory Care
Hobbies: Traveling, reading, and playing with my two daughters
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love building relationships with my patients the most.

Lyn Wells, PharmD

Hometown: Memphis, TN
Undergraduate Education: University of the South Sewanee, TN
Pharmacy School Education: University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy
Practice Interests: Oncology
Hobbies: Knitting, reading, listening to music, my dogs, and hunting/fishing
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the sense of family within the Department of Pharmacy along with the camaraderie felt within the Kirkland Cancer center as we all focus on the patients’ well being.

Kati Wilks, PharmD

Hometown: Jackson, TN
Undergraduate Education: Samford University
Pharmacy School Education: Samford McWhorter School of Pharmacy
Residency: PGY-1 St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville, TN
Hobbies: Spending time with my husband and 3 children
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the relationships I have built over the years.

Dylan Wilson, PharmD, BCPS

Hometown: Flint, MI
Undergraduate Education: Ferris State University
Pharmacy School Education: Ferris State University
Residency: PGY-1 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI
Practice/Research Interests: Cardiology specifically cardiovascular surgery and PCI and Research projects
Hobbies: Coaching my kids’ teams, woodworking, and running
What I love most about practicing at JMCGH: I love the people. People make the difference in all of the areas that I’m involved with from the pharmacy department to the CVICU.

Year Resident Residency Project Presentation
2010-2011 Jessica Smith, Pharm.D. Impact of Antimicrobial Stewardship Software on the Number of Antimicrobial Interventions by Pharmacists
2010-2011 Elizabeth Underwood, Pharm.D. Effects of a Pharmacist-Managed Intravenous to Subcutaneous Insulin Transition Protocol on Post-Operative Blood Glucose in the CVICU
2011-2012 Hope (Glidewell) Welch, Pharm.D. Evaluation of a Pharmacist-Managed Vancomycin Protocol in Chronic Hemodialysis Patients
2011-2012 Christy Waggoner, Pharm.D. Evaluation of a Pharmacist-Managed Insulin Dosing Service Following IV to SC Insulin Transition in Post-Operative CVICU Patients
2012-2013 Allyson (Geary) Wunderlich, Pharm.D. Evaluating the Impact of a Pharmacist on the Emergency Department Stroke Team
2012-2013 Connie Sharkey, Pharm.D. Comparing a Real-time Surveillance Dashboard and Retrospective Chart Review in Assessing Adverse Drug Events
2012-2013 Alydia Snyder, Pharm.D., Retrospective Analysis of Rivaroxaban Versus Enoxaparin for Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Orthopedic Surgery Patients
2013-2014 Matt Bibb, Pharm.D. Effect of a Pharmacy Managed Intravenous to Subcutaneous Transition Protocol in Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Patients
2013-2014 Lacie (Hatcher) Bradford, Pharm.D. Effectiveness of Intravenous (IV) Acetaminophen Use in the Post-Operative Setting
2013-2014 Brad Spencer, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Sepsis Bundle Adherence in the Emergency Department Before and After Pharmacist-led Education and Interventions
2014-2015 Nhung Dang, Pharm.D. Basal-Bolus Insulin Regimens in Non-Critically Ill Patients
2014-2015 Alexis Luckey, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Medication Utilization and Outcomes Association with Implementation of the Critical Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) Research Snapshot Presentation – SCCM 2016
2014-2015 Steven Maher, Pharm.D. Comparison of a Pharmacist-Driven Antibiotic De-escalation Protocol Versus Standard Practice
2015-2016 Anwesa Chakrabarti, Pharm.D. Effect of Reduced Vanconycin Loading Doses on Vancomycin Trough Concentrations in Critically Ill and Non-critically Ill Patients Poster Presentation at ACCP 2016
2015-2016 Courtney Guinn, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Ketorolac Safety and Efficacy in Post Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Patients Poster Presentation FACTS-Care CVT Annual Meeting and Young Investigator Aware 2016
2015-2016 April Ingason, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Phenobarbital Use in Patients with Severe Alcohol Withdrawal
2016-2017 Sarah Ayers, Pharm.D. Analysis of the Relationship Between Health Literacy and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Assessment Test Scores
2016-2017 Emily (Gateley) Grissom, Pharm.D. Evaluating the Impact of a Standardized Asthma Pathway on Hospital Admission Rates and Length of Stay
2016-2017 Sonia Pernia, Pharm.D. Comparison of Rates of Acute Kidney Injury with Vancomycin/Piperacillin-Tazobactam vs. Vancomycin/Meropenem Combination Therapy Poster Presentation at ID Week 2017
2017-2018 Justin Emmons, Pharm.D. The Shorr Score as a Vancomycin De-escalation Tool in Patients Presenting with Pneumonia
2017-2018 Jordan Johnson, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Infectious Complications Between PPI and H2RA Therapy in Post-CABG Patients Poster Presentation at ACCP 2018
2017-2018 Pamela Sanford, Pharm.D. Analysis of a Pharmacist-Driven Hemodialysis Vancomycin Dosing Protocol Research Snapshot at SCCM 2019
2018-2019 Tyler Byrd, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Reported Beta-Lactam Allergies in Elective General and Orthopedic Perioperative Patients
2018-2019 Bethany Doss, Pharm.D. Evaulation of Sepsis 1-Hour Bundle in the Emergency Department
2018-2019 Kathryn Jones, Pharm.D Impact of Insurance Status on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Maintenance Medications
2018-2019 Hallie Knight, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Oral Morphine Administration Strategies in Term and Late Preterm Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
2019-2020 Sophia Dunavant, Pharm.D. Evaluation of Opioid Use After Initiation of Multimodal Postoperative Pain Control in Post-Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery Poster Presentation at 2020 ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium
2019-2020 Bethannee Horn, Pharm.D. Oncology Boot Camp: A Preparatory Curriculum for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Students Poster Presentation at 2020 ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium
2019-2020 Hannah Smith, Pharm.D. Impact of Pharmacist – Led Counseling on Adherence in the Primary Care Setting
2019-2020 Aaron Zuller, Pharm.D. Impact of Critical Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) Implementation on Analgesic and Sedative Utilization in Mechanically Ventilated Patients Poster Presentation at 2020 ACCP Virtual Poster Symposium
Resident Year Position Practice Location
Jessica Smith 2010-2011 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Liz Underwood 2010-2011 Residency Program Director Unity Health
Christy Waggoner 2011-2012 Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Hope (Glidewell) Welch 2011-2012 Clinical Pharmacist Baptist Memorial Hospital Golden Triangle – Columbus, MS
Alydia Snyder 2012-2013 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Connie Sharkey 2012-2013 Pharmacist Manager and Research Analyst The Knowledge Center at HCA – Nashville, TN
Allyson Wunderlich 2012-2013 Clinical Pharmacist Saint Thomas Rutherford – Murfreesboro, TN
Brad Spencer 2013-2014 Assistant Professor Union University College of Pharmacy – Jackson, TN
Matthew Bibb 2013-2014 Clinical Pharmacist Ascension Saint Thomas Hospital – Nashville, TN
Lacie (Hatcher) Bradford 2013-2014 Clinical Pharmacist Erlanger Health System – Chattanooga, TN
Alexis Luckey 2014-2015 Clinical Pharmacist Advanced Therapeutic Applications, LLC
Steven Maher 2014-2015 Clinical Pharmacist Mercy Hospital at Jefferson – Festus, MO
Nhung Dang 2014-2015 Clinical Pharmacist OSF Healthcare – Peoria, IL
April Ingason 2015-2016 Surgery Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Courtney Guinn 2015-2016 Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Anwesa Chakrabarti 2015-2016 Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist Vanderbilt University Hospital – Nashville, TN
Sonia Carter 2016-2017 Internal Medicine Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Sarah Ayers 2016-2017 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Emily (Gateley) Grissom 2016-2017 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Pamela Sanford 2017-2018 Clinical Pharmacist University of Missouri Healthcare – Columbia, MO
Jordan Harrington 2017-2018 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Justin Emmons 2017-2018
Bethany Doss 2018-2019 Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Tyler Byrd 2018-2019 Community Pharmacist C&C – Dyersburg, TN
Kathryn Jones 2018-2019 Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist Franciscan Saint Francis Health – Indianapolis, IN
Hallie Smith 2018-2019 Clinical Pharmacist Huntsville Hospital – Huntsville, AL
Sophia Dunavant 2019-2020 PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Mosaic Medical – Bend, OR
Bethannee Horn 2019-2020 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Hannah Smith 2019-2020
Aaron Zuller 2019-2020 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Julianna Bolton 2020-2021 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN
Vanessa Gresham 2020-2021 Clinical Pharmacist Huntsville Hospital – Huntsville, AL
Fabrice Kamgang 2020-2021 Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist Christ Community Health Services – Jackson, TN
Presley Miller 2020-2021 Clinical Pharmacist Jackson-Madison County General Hospital – Jackson, TN

 

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