Megan Kehrli, PharmD
University of Nebraska, 2012
Bryan Medical Center
"Thanks so much for giving me code and intubation experience."
After a code at first post-residency position
Megan Bernabe, PharmD, MPH
University of Iowa, 2012
Mercy Medical Center
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
University of Iowa Adjunct Faculty
Professional Mentor to University of Iowa Pharmacy Students
"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."
Erica Hochard, PharmD
University of Kansas, 2011
H. Lee Moffit Cancer Center and Research Institute
Oncology/Hematology Clinical Pharmacist
University of Kansas Hospital
Kansas City, KS
"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
South Dakota State University, 2011
Clinical Pharmacist, Internal Medicine and ER
Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health System
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Pharmacy Student Coordinator
"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!"