Current Residents (2019-2020)

Cory Hamada, PharmD
University of Washington

  • Project:  The evaluation of a pharmacist's impact in the outpatient Palliative Care setting 

Huy (Gary) Tang, PharmD
University of Washington

  • Project: Pharmacist impact on bedside alteplase admixture and beyond.

Class of 2018-2019

LaMarcus Ford II, Pharm D
University of Washington
Float inpatient clinical pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center

  • Project: Evaluation of the inappropriate screening and treatment of asymptomatic bacteriuria in the emergency department

Katelyn Hancock, Pharm D
Washington State University
Float inpatient clinical pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center

  • Project: Advanced education in pain management

Class of 2017-2018

Margaret Dimpfl, Pharm D
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Outpatient Anticoagulation clinic pharmacist and inpatient pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center

  • Project: Comparison of International Normalized Ratios provided by laboratory-based venipuncture and a point of care device for results greater than 3.0.

Weiyi (Andrew) Li, Pharm D
University of Washington
PGY-2 Oncology, St Luke’s in Boise, Idaho.

  • Project: Pharmacy-driven protocol to minimize pharmacologic risk factors of hospital-acquired Clostridium difficile.

Class of 2016-2017

Chelsea Hewitt, Pharm D
University of Kentucky College
Inpatient pharmacist and outpatient oncology pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center

  • Project: Implementation of a vancomycin competency program for clinical pharmacists.

Rupi Kaur, Pharm D
Washington State University 
Clinical pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center

  • Project:  Impact of an inpatient education service for patients on warfarin. 

Class of 2015-2016

Sarah Mike, Pharm D
University of Minnesota College   
Inpatient pharmacist, Mayo Clinic Hospital in Rochester.

  • Project:  Evaluating effects of newly implemented emergency department pharmacist on patient safety, quality improvement and cost avoidance.

Nicole Young, Pharm D
University of Hawaii at Hilo
PGY-2 in Critical Care at Queen’s Medical Center
Intensive care unit (neuro), Queen’s Medical Center.  Assistant professor, University of Hawaii.

  • Project:  Implementation and evaluation of an oral antidiabetic agents to insulin protocol for glycemic management in hospitalized diabetes patients.

Class of 2014-2015

Robert Lane, Pharm D
University of Utah
Emergency room pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center

  • Project: Implementation of an updated diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperglycemic hyperosmolar state order set according to current evidence with an evaluation of patient outcomes and caregiver protocol adherence.

Julianna VanEnk, Pharm D, BCPS
Ferris State University
PGY-2 in Infectious Disease, Renown Medical Center in Reno. 
Infectious disease pharmacist at Multicare Tacoma General Hospital.

  • Project: Effects of implementing an inpatient alcohol withdrawal treatment protocol.

Class of 2013-2014

Diana Reynolds, PharmD
Idaho State University School of pharmacy.
Inpatient pharmacist at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Boise, Idaho.

  • Project: Effects of pharmacist intervention on adherence to oral chemotherapy.

Class of 2012-2013

Jillian Hendershot, PharmD
Washington State University College of Pharmacy
Clinical pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center

  • Project: Improving patient safety through implementation of a hospital protocol using pharmacist-led interventions to reduce the use of high-dose intravenous hydromorphone.

Nicole Vettese, PharmD, BCPS
University of Colorado
Inpatient clinical pharmacist and outpatient oncology pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center.  Residency program coordinator.

  • Project: Antifactor Xa monitoring of heparin continuous infusion.

Class of 2011-2012

Janice Louie, PharmD, BCACP
Washington State University
Lead Pharmacist, Pharmacist Managed Anticoagulation Clinic, 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, BCPS
Oregon State University
PGY-2 residency in Emergency Medicine, Caromont Health in Gastonia, NC
Emergency department pharmacist, Caromont Health.

  • ​​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, BCPS
Oregon State University
Clinical pharmacist, Residency Program Director, St. Peter’s hospital in Helena, MT.

  • Residency project: Implementation of Emergency Department Pharmacy Services

Tom Richardson, PharmD, BCPS
Pacific University
Clinical coordinator, St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena, MT.

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

Class of 2009-2010

Matt Gebarski, PharmD
University of Michigan
PGY-2 in Informatics, 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
University of California, San Francisco. 
Accepted to PGY-2 in Oncology at Boston Medical Center.
Oncology pharmacist at Providence Portland 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
Shenandoah University
PGY-2 in Critical Care, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Clinical Pharmacist, University of Pittsburg Medical Center 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
Washington State University.
Emergency department pharmacist, PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center.

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