Former PGY1 Residents

EAniemekeEmmanuel Aniemeke, PharmD

Texas Southern University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Position(s) after 2014-15 PGY1 Residency:

  • Clinical Pharmacist, Baylor Scott and White Health, Temple, TX

“It is difficult to summarize pharmacy residency program at UHS, but two things that stand out about this program: the amazing preceptors that are willing to push you to achieve the best and the wide array of clinical experience you are exposed to. The autonomy granted early on in training truly prepared me for future positions.”

MCurranMolly Curran, PharmD

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2014-15 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Critical Care Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

“After finishing my PGY-1 at UHS, I felt confident and ready to provide evidence-based answers & think on my feet. The department and preceptors truly facilitate your growth and independence as a pharmacist. The support the program provides is unparalleled and I can’t imagine completing my PGY-1 anywhere else.”

HDavisHannah Davis, PharmD

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2014-15 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Emergency Medicine Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

“This program pushes you to be the best person and pharmacist you can be. You have a family in your preceptors and co-residents. There is a great balance between learning skills necessary to be an efficient and effective pharmacist and knowing literature to support evidence based recommendations. The patient populations are diverse and complex allowing for a great practice site to train in. There are also many opportunities to excel in many aspects of academia and research.”

CStephensonCaleb Stephenson, PharmD

University of Louisiana at Monroe, College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2014-15 PGY1 Residency:

  • Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Lafayette General Medical Center, Lafayette, LA

ABurrisAndrew Burris, PharmD, BCPS

University of the Incarnate Word - Feik School of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2013-14 PGY1 Residency:

  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist—Cardiology, Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX

“You will learn more than you can ever imagine during your PGY1 residency at University Hospital! With the diverse knowledge and skills gained at UHS, I have been able to make a real impact on practice and patient care at my current institution. I am excited for what my clinical future holds and am truly grateful for the training I received at UHS!”

STarverScott Tarver, PharmD, BCPS

University of Illinois at Chicago

Position(s) after 2013-14 PGY1 Residency:

  • Inpatient Clinical Allergy Specialist, Parkland Health and Hospital System, Dallas, TX

“One of the most challenging, rewarding, and overall best things that ever happened to me, professionally and personally.”

AFowlerAmanda Fowler, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2013-14 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Emergency Medicine Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

“UHS provides the perfect mix of high expectations with unflinching support. This program builds you up to provide an excellent level of pharmacy service to patients with confidence and compassion. Furthermore, this hospital serves truly unique patient populations, and the experiences you gain here are irreplaceable.”

EGordonEmily Gordon Hodge, PharmD, BCCCP

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2013-14 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Critical Care Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Critical Care, University Medical Center Brackenridge, Austin, TX

“The UHS residency program provides an outstanding opportunity to learn from an experienced and motivated team who will push you to your limits and challenge you accomplish things you never thought were possible. Combined with an exceptional support system, I feel this program has allowed me to grow as a person and has given me the knowledge and tools necessary to be a well-rounded clinical pharmacist.”

CGuerraChristina Guerra, PharmD, BCPS

Northeastern University School of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2012-13 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
  • Senior Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Solid Organ Transplantation, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

"At UHS, the boundaries of knowledge are constantly being pushed, as residents are challenged to expand not only their knowledge-base, but also their perspective and clinical experience. Being welcomed into the UHS family has been a joy, honor, and experience that has helped me to grow as a person and develop a strong foundation for my clinical career."

LHernandezLauren Hernandez, PharmD, BCCCP

University of the Incarnate Word - Feik School of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2012-13 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine, Methodist Children’s Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Intensive Care Clinical Pharmacist, St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital, Baptist Health System, San Antonio, TX

"This residency provided me with a unique learning environment that was very challenging and well diverse in acute care experiences. The best part was the support and mentorship of the preceptors. After two years of training, I've gained the confidence I needed, along with friends I can now call family."

JRekJon Rek, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2012-13 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Cardiothoracic Transplant Pharmacist, Nazih Zuhdi Transplant Institute, Integris Baptist Medical Center, Oklahoma City, OK
  • Solid Organ Transplant Clinical Pharmacist, Christus Transplant Institute, San Antonio, TX

“The UHS Pharmacy Residency provides the ultimate support system to push yourself to new heights, giving you the ability and confidence to care for your patients.”

DTurnerDeAnna Turner, PharmD, BCPS

The University of Louisiana at Monroe college of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2012-13 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist, Emergency Medicine, Methodist Hospital, San Antonio, TX

JNelsonJoelle Nelson, PharmD, BCPS

Midwestern University College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2011-12 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Transplant Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Specialist, Solid Organ Transplant, University of Florida Health Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL

"There is a reason people do not want to leave this place once they have experienced it! I could not have asked for a more challenging, diverse, and supportive residency year. Given my training, I am excited and confident for the future."

DRamirezDebra Ramirez, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2011-12 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Transplant Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Advanced Clinical Pharmacist, Solid Organ Transplant, Intermountain Medical Center, Murray, UT

"I couldn’t have chosen a better hospital than UHS to have completed my PGY1 residency. There are so many unique clinical experiences here and the preceptors really take an active role in your learning to ensure that you are at the level you need to be at clinically when you complete your PGY1."

BDuhonBryson Duhon, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2011-12 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident, Seton Blackstock, Austin, TX
  • Clinical Assistant Professor - Internal Medicine, The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

"The PGY-1 residency at University Hospital prepared me to go forth and practice in almost any pharmacy environment at a high level, and will be invaluable to my pharmacy career. Additionally, the family atmosphere is second to none, and I still miss the people at UHS on a daily basis."

BXiaoBin Xiao, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2011-12 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Resident, South Texas Veterans Health Care System, San Antonio, TX
  • Infectious Disease Clinical Specialist, Kaiser Permanente Ontario Medical Center, Ontario, California

"UHS is where preparation meets opportunity, my PGY1 here was challenging at times but ultimately rewarding"

RSohrabyRose Sohraby, PharmD, BCPS

University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2011-12 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Critical Care Clinical Pharmacist, The University of Kansas Hospital, Kansas City, KS

"I am so thankful for completing my PGY1 residency at UHS! I was drawn by the academic environment, variety of clinical experiences, and preceptors who provide the perfect balance of guidance and autonomy. I look forward to continuing on at UHS with co-residents and preceptors who have truly become like family to me!"

christina_caballeroGloria Christina Caballero Gutierrez, PharmD, BCPS

University of the Incarnate Word – Feik School of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2010-11 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Specialist, Medical/Surgical ICU, St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

katherine_perezKatherine Perez, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2010-11 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Resident, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX
  • Clinical Specialist in Infectious Diseases, The Methodist Hospital- Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX

elizabeth_oatesElizabeth Oates Hand, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2010-11 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Resident, Audie Murphy South Texas VA, San Antonio, TX
  • Pediatric Clinical Coordinator, Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist, The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy/Pediatric Infectious Disease Pharmacist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

andrew_faustAndrew Faust, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2009-10 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident, Methodist University Hospital, Memphis, TN
  • Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, TX

"The residency leadership at University Hospital is second to none! Pam, Kay, Jim and the preceptors will push you to become a more competent practitioner and effective leader in any facet of pharmacy you choose to pursue. "

monica_munozLCDR Monica Munoz, PharmD, MS, BCPS

Texas Tech University College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2009-10 PGY1 Residency:

  • Pharmacy Officer, CDER Academic Collaboration Program US Public Health Service/Food and Drug Administration, Gainesville, FL
  • Safety Evaluator, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Division of Pharmacovigilance, Silver Spring, MD

"Long hours, countless responsibilities, and high expectations combined with awesome leadership, supportive colleagues, and an exciting environment results in great accomplishments, unforgettable stories, and ultimately… great success!"

barrett_crowtherBarrett Crowther, PharmD, BCPS, FAST

University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2009-10 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist, Christus Transplant Institute, San Antonio, TX
  • Pediatric Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

"After a yearlong residency with University Health System and the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, it is amazing to reflect on all tasks that were accomplished, the confidence that was gained, and the professional relationships that were established. "

kristi_traugottKristi Traugott, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2008-09 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Resident, Audie Murphy South Texas VA, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Diseases, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

"In this residency you will WORK hard and PLAY hard, LAUGH a lot and cry a little, meet people you will NEVER forget and those you can't wait to forget. It's a mixture of learning about pharmacy and yourself. I've done things in this residency I never thought I could have done on my own."

megan_mckeeMegan McKee Zigmond, PharmD, BCPS, BCOP

University of Arizona College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2008-09 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Oncology Specialty Pharmacy Resident, Cancer Therapy and Research Center, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Cancer Therapy and Research Center, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Oncology/Hematology, South Texas Veterans Health Care System, San Antonio, TX

"The PGY1 Residency Program at University Health System was challenging, exciting and rewarding. This dynamic program provided me with opportunities to provide advanced clinical care to a wide variety of patients in diverse practice settings. This program has prepared me to practice as a competent and skilled clinical pharmacist."

cody_allisonCody Allison, PharmD, BCPS

Ohio State University College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2008-09 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Specialist, Solid Organ Transplant, Ochsner Health System, New Orleans, LA

“The last two years at University Hospital have been more than just a great learning experience, invaluable training, acquiring grey hair, or gaining 30 pounds from the fantastic Mexican food. It’s the life-long family and cherished memories that are so beloved and will never be forgotten.”

CrystalFrancoCrystal Franco-Martinez, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2007-08 PGY1 Residency:

  • Anticoagulation Clinical Pharmacist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

"The University Hospital residency helps pave the way for an exciting career in pharmacy! It provides the opportunity to broaden you scope of practice and focus on your areas of interest at the same time. The residency committee and the pharmacy department as a whole work really hard to help you gain the most out of your residency year."

ReedHallReed Hall, PharmD, BCPS

Midwestern University College of Pharmacy, Glendale, AZ

Position(s) after 2007-08 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Transplant Clinical Specialist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

"University Health System provides residents with the support to stand, the tools to grow, and the confidence to lead."

DarrelHughesDarrel Hughes, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2007-08 PGY1 Residency:

  • Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX

“San Antonio for the climate, and UHS for the company!”

mollyMolly Adams, PharmD, BCPS

University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2006-2007 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Pharmacotherapy Specialty Resident, Midwestern University, Chicago College of Pharmacy, Downers Grove, IL
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, Harrison School of Pharmacy, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Internal Medicine, HCA Virginia Chippenham Hospital, Richmond, VA
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy, University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX

"This is the best place to start your life as a pharmacist. You will Work hard, Play hard, Learn more than you thought possible, and find the Family you never knew you needed."

beckyBecky Brady, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2006-07 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident, University Hospital, San Antonio, TX
  • Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice, Feik School of Pharmacy, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX

"This residency program is, and should be, extremely challenging and rewarding. You will identify your strengths so you can excel at them, and show your weaknesses so you can improve them. University Hospital provides invaluable training in becoming an integral team member."

alissaAlissa Raines, PharmD, BCPS

University of Utah College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2006-07 PGY1 Residency:

  • Clinical Pharmacist, Intermountain Medical Center, Murray, Utah
  • Transplant Clinical Pharmacist, Intermountain Medical Center, Murray, Utah
  • Hospital Pharmacy Operations Manager, Intermountain Healthcare, Utah

"The residency at University Hospital offers countless opportunities and trained me to be an effective hospital clinical pharmacist. "

kristinKristin Snackey Alvarez, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2006-07 PGY1 Residency:

  • Hospitalist Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, TX

"The residency at University Hospital provided me with the training I needed to start a successful career in pharmacy. The support, friendships, and learning experiences during my residency at University Hospital are priceless."

Jason Jokerst, PharmD, BCPS

University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2005-06 PGY1 Residency:

  • Primary Care Specialty Residency, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist Rosewood - Zaragosa Community Health Clinic, Austin, TX

"The mentors and learning environment make this one of the best residencies around by far."

Melinda Mrsan, PharmD

University of Arizona College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2005-06 PGY1 Residency:

  • Pediatric Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, South Texas Health System
  • Inpatient Hospital Clinical Pharmacist, JPS Health Network, Fort Worth, TX

"Three things lost while completing a 1 year residency at UH...
Sleep, Your social life, and Approximately 90-100K...
Experience and knowledge gained while completing a 1 year residency at UH... PRICELESS!"

James Cox, PharmD

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2004-05 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Hematology/Oncology Specialty Resident, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE
  • Clinical Specialist I - Oncology, The Methodist Hospital, Sugarland, TX

Steven C. Morgan, PharmD, BCPS

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2004-05 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Infectious Disease Specialty Resident, Audie Murphy South Texas VA, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Infectious Disease, Antimicrobial Management Program Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

"This residency ROCKS!"

Kathryn Sabol Dzintars, PharmD, BCPS

University of Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy

Position(s) after 2003-04 PGY1 Residency:

  • PGY2 Infectious Disease Specialty Resident, Audie Murphy South Texas VA, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Diseases Parkland Health & Hospital System and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Immunosuppression Clinic, South Texas Veterans HCS, San Antonio, TX
  • Clinical Pharmacist, Avera McKennan Hospital, Sioux Falls, SD
  • Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Diseases, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

"My year with University Health System provided an excellent foundation for a solid career in clinical pharmacy."

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