Current & Past Residents

Current Residents (2012-2013)

Jillian Hendershot, PharmD

Jillian Hendershot went to Washington State University (WSU) where she received her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology and continued on at WSU to complete her Doctorate of Pharmacy in 2012. She was inspired by her favorite uncle while in high school to pursue pharmacy. Jillian is particularly interested in infectious disease and internal medicine. Her hobbies include cycling, hiking, running, fishing, cross-country skiing, cooking, home-brewing, knitting, traveling, learning new things and meeting new people.


Nicole Vettese, PharmD

Nicole graduated from Colorado College with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology in 2008. During this time, she gained experience in microbiology research at Emory University and the University of Colorado Cancer Center. She then attended University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and earned her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree in 2012. Nicole’s interests include infectious diseases, critical care, ambulatory care and cardiology. Outside of pharmacy, Nicole enjoys hiking, trail running, traveling and discovering new movies. 

Class of 2011-2012

Janice Louie, PharmD

Janice graduated from Washington State University’s College of Pharmacy program in 2011. Her passion for pursuing a career in pharmacy stems from the compassion Janice has for serving others. During her clinical rotations, she had the opportunity to participate in a medical mission trip to Ecuador. This unique experience strengthened her desire to work in pharmacy in order to contribute to providing optimal patient care. Janice is particularly interested in oncology, cardiology, infectious disease and pediatrics. She was hired to help implement the new Pharmacist Managed Anticoagulation Clinic here at PeaceHealth St. Joseph.

  • Residency project: Restructuring of the Pharmacist’s Role in the Multidisciplinary Team Managed Heart Failure Clinic in a New Accountable Care Organization (ACO)


Megan Goodale, PharmD

Megan graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of General Science in 2008. She then stayed at Oregon State University where she completed her pharmacy training, earning her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree in 2011. Megan’s interests include critical care, cardiology and infectious diseases. Outside of pharmacy, Megan enjoys canoeing, ballroom dancing and discovering tasty new recipes. Megan completed her residency and is now in a PGY-2 residency in Emergency Medicine at Caromont Health in Gastonia, NC.​

    • ​​Residency project: Evaluation of Glycemic Control and Insulin Use in an Adult General Medicine Population and Implementation of an Updated Adult Subcutaneous Insulin Order Set

    Class of 2010-2011

    Channa Richardson, PharmD

    Channa graduated from Oregon State University School of Pharmacy in 2010. Her areas of interest include ambulatory care, critical care, and now emergency medicine after her time participating in the ED-Pharmacist pilot program as her residency project. After residency completion, Channa was hired by the Billings Clinic in Billings, Mont., as an Emergency Department Pharmacist and student/resident preceptor for emergency medicine rotations. 

    • Residency project: Implementation of Emergency Department Pharmacy Services

    Tom Richardson, PharmD

    Tom graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology in 2007. He went on to complete his pharmacy training at Pacific University Oregon where he earned his Doctorate of Pharmacy degree in 2010. Tom’s strong interests include infectious diseases, academia, ambulatory care and critical care. Following his residency with PeaceHealth, Tom was hired as an Infectious Disease Specialist at the Billings Clinic in Billings, Mont., where he is in charge of building and implementing the hospital's Antimicrobial Stewardship Program. He was also hired as a preceptor for students and residents. Outside of pharmacy, Tom enjoys mountain biking, running, playing basketball and college football.

    • Residency project: The Utility of a 72-hour Review of Intravenous Antibiotics in the Intensive Care Unit

    Class of 2009-2010

    Matt Gebarski, PharmD

    Matt Gebarski obtained his doctorate from the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy in May of 2009.  Keenly interested in PeaceHealth’s new antimicrobial stewardship program, Matt’s residency focused on the composition and distribution of a survey to gather impressions of inpatient surveillance software marketed to antimicrobial stewardship services. This survey was distributed to the infectious diseases section of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, subscribers of the Pharmacist’s Letter and our local professional contacts. Matt went on to complete a PGY-2 in informatics at the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics.

    • Residency project: Survey to Evaluate the Utility of Stand-alone Medical Surveillance Tools for Antimicrobial Stewardship Services

    Diana Borrego, PharmD

    Diana went on to complete a PGY-2 in Oncology at Boston Medical Center.

    • Residency project: Implementation of Standardized Chemotherapy Forms

    Class of 2008-2009

    The class of 2008-2009 represents our Pharmacy Residency Program’s first graduating class. 

    Ananthe Anthes, PharmD

    Ananthe graduated from Shenandoah University School of Pharmacy in 2008. After completing our PGY-1 residency program, Ananthe went on to complete a PGY-2 in Critical Care at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He remains at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center where he is currently a Clinical Pharmacist in the surgical ICU and adjunct assistant professor.

    • Residency project: Implementation of an Intensive Care Unit Delirium Monitoring Tool in a Community Based Hospital

    Erik M. Bernhoft, PharmD, BCPS

    Erik graduated from Washington State University School of Pharmacy in 2008. He held many responsibilities in our PGY-1 program, including clinical, distributive, administrative and educational duties. For his residency project, Erik worked closely with the hospital’s intensivists, ICU nursing administrators, and a staff psychologist to implement the CAM-ICU. The CAM-ICU is an assessment tool for delirium, and a newly created, evidence-based protocol for management of delirium in the ICU. After completing our PGY-1 program, Erik spent time traveling and earning his BCPS certification. He returned to PeaceHealth St. Joseph as a float pharmacist. He now rotates throughout the hospital wards, continuing to build upon the clinical experience gleaned from the residency program. 

    • Residency project: Protocol Based Management of Delirium in an Intensive Care Setting