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LMH Pharmacy Residency


LMH offers an ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency that was designed with the mission to provide our residents with experiences that develop the knowledge, skills, and values to support excellent pharmaceutical care for the patients they serve at Lawrence Memorial Hospital and throughout their careers.

Contact Information

Christina R. Graham, PharmD, BCPS

Residency Program Director

christina.graham@lmh.org

785-505-6254

 

Patrick E. Parker, MSP, RPh

Pharmacy Department Director

pat.parker@lmh.org

785-505-6448

Application Process

Apply using PhORCAS. Application deadline is Monday, January 12, 2015.

Application Checklist

Useful application checklist

Frequently Asked Questions

Helpful answers

Program Structure

Click here for the yearly overview

Residency Learning Experience Descriptions

Explore the learning experiences offered at LMH!

Meet the Residents

2015-2016

Mollie Fearing, PharmD

University of North Dakota State, 2015

mollie.fearing@lmh.org
(785) 505-6256

 

Janine Ohler, PharmD

University of Kansas, 2015

janine.ohler@lmh.org

(785) 505-6255

2014-2015

Audra Derry, PharmD

University of Kansas, 2014

 

Current Position:

Internal Medicine Clinical Pharmacist

The University of Kansas Hospital

Kansas City, KS

audraderry77@gmail.com



Rachel Jankowski, PharmD

University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2014


Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist

Shawnee Mission Medical Center

Shawnee Mission, KS

raejank@gmail.com

2013-2014

Abby Switzer, PharmD (left)

University of Kansas, 2013

 

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist

Meds 2 Beds Coordinator

Lawrence Memorial Hospital

abby.switzer@lmh.org

 

 

Morgan Sandell, PharmD (right)

University of Kansas, 2013

 

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist

Mercy Hospital

Fort Smith, AR

msandell23@gmail.com

 

Quote:

After completion of my first solo 7 days of 12-hour shifts post residency, I could look back and say it went well! I could NOT have handled 30+ vancomycin consults and order verification for a 220+ patients and 5 rural hospitals without my experiences at LMH! Thank you to everyone who helped during my residency!

2012-2013

Megan Novak, PharmD

University of Nebraska, 2012

 

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist

Bryan Medical Center

Lincoln, Nebraska

mkehrli@live.com

 

Quote:

"Thanks so much for giving me code and intubation experience."

After a code at first post-residency position 

 

Megan Bernabe, PharmD, MPH, BCPS

University of Iowa, 2012

 

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist

Mercy Medical Center

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

mbernabe@mercycare.org

 

Extras:

University of Iowa Adjunct Faculty

Professional Mentor to University of Iowa Pharmacy Students

 

Quote:

"The residency program at LMH offers amazing learning and professional development experiences that were way beyond my expectations. Not only do you get a solid background in core knowledge areas, but you are able to experience direct patient care, can take on unique projects, develop a working knowledge in medication safety and technology, and take on multiple teaching opportunities. The flexibility allows you to shape your year how you want it, no matter how your interests change throughout the year. The preceptors and directors are phenomenal people and teachers and fully embody the idea that pharmacists should never stop learning! I feel so lucky to have been a resident at LMH."

2011-2012

Erica Hochard, PharmD, BCOP

University of Kansas, 2011

 

PGY2:

Oncology Residency

H. Lee Moffit Cancer Center and Research Institute

Tampa, Florida

 

Current Position:

Clinical Oncology/Hematology Pharmacist

University of Kansas Hospital

Kansas City, KS

erica.hochard@gmail.com

 

Extras:

KU Residency Advisor

KU PGY2 Oncology Preceptor of the Year 2015

 

Quote:

"Being a resident at LMH was truly a rewarding and unique experience. You have the opportunity to provide exceptional patient care every day and work with outstanding healthcare professionals. The effects of exceptional patient care are not only seen in the city of Lawrence, but internationally as well with the learning experiences in Thailand and Africa. I will be forever grateful to LMH and the residency program and I am extremely proud to be alumni."


Brandon Johnson, PharmD, BCPS

South Dakota State University, 2011

 

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist, Internal Medicine and ER

Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health System

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

johnsonbr42@gmail.com

 

Extras:

Avera McKennan Pharmacy Residency Coordinator

 

Quote:

"I would like to thank all of the LMH staff (not just the pharmacy staff) in making the LMH Pharmacy Residency Program a great experience for helping my patient-centered professional development. Cheers!"

2010-2011

Tyler Dieker, PharmD, BCPS

University of Kansas, 2010

 

Current Position:

Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Specialist

Stormont-Vail HealthCare

Topeka, KS

tyler.dieker@gmail.com

 

Extras:

KCHP District III Director (2013-2015)

 

Quote:

"Lawrence Memorial Hospital offers a career changing PGY1 Pharmacy Residency. The pharmacy is full of individuals with exceptional knowledge, great precepting skills, and a depth of passion for pharmacy. The clinical skills, experiences, and relationships gained were critical for my development as a pharmacist and will continue to be. I cannot count how many times that I have thought, "Thank You, LMH" after answering questions or drawing on an experience that was learned during the residency. I am forever indebted to LMH."


 

Amanda Dugal, PharmD, BCPS

University of Rhode Island, 2010

 

Current Position:

Clincal Pharmacist - Specialty Pharmacy

University of Chicago Medical Center

Chicago, IL

amanda.dugal@uchospitals.edu

 

Extras:

Pharmacist Liaison - Women's Care Center

 

Quote:

"Thank you to everyone at LMH for an awesome learning experience and for preparing me professionally and personally! A special thanks to all those who have been to Kenya, I grew exponentially while serving the amazing people of Kenya!"

2009-2010

Lisa Crosley, PharmD

University of Nebraska, 2009

 

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacist

Salina Regional Medical Center

Salina, KS

lcrosley@srhc.com

 

Extras:

University of Kansas site preceptor

PGY1 Residency Preceptor for Internal Medicine and Medication Safety/Education

Small Group Pharmacology Facilitator for the University of Kansas School of Medicine - Salina campus

KCHP District II Director (2012-2014)

 

Michele Wood, PharmD, BCPS

Creighton University, 2009

 

PGY2:

Ambulatory Care

Kaiser Permanente

Denver, Colorado

 

Current Position:

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Anticoagulation and Anemia Service

Kaiser Permanente

Denver, CO

michele.x.wood@kp.org

 

Extras:

University of Colorado & Regis University Site Preceptor

Kaiser Permanente PGY2 Preceptor

 

Quote:
"Lawrence Memorial Hospital is a gem! The pharmacy staff and preceptors are invested and committed to the resident's learning experiences. It is a great learning environment with some of the best mentors I have ever had in my professional development. LMH offers a variety of learning experiences that can be tailored to the resident's interest. I truly believe I would not be where I am today without my experiences at LMH. I cannot thank you all enough.

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