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Featured Residents

  • Andre Fernandes-MSY2

    Health-System Pharmacy Administration Resident

    • The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

    Why did I choose to complete a residency?

    I chose to pursue residency training because I wanted to be the best pharmacist I can be for my patients. While pharmacy school provided me with a solid foundation, I knew there was much to learn, and I wanted to learn under the mentorship of experienced practitioners who shared my passion for patient care and professional growth.

    Why Ohio State?

    As a student pursing a Health-System Pharmacy Administration (HSPA) residency, it was important for my residency program to have a strong emphasis on clinical training as well as leadership development. I wanted to practice at the top of my license and I knew the collaborative practice and resident credentialing at The Ohio State would allow me to do so. With the rich legacy of the HSPA residency program I also knew I would receive the best administrative and leadership training possible. Ultimately, however, it was the people associated with the program that made me realize that this was the right place for me.

  • Morgan Forshay-MSY2

    Health-System Pharmacy Administration Resident

    • The Ohio State Universit Wexner Medical Center

    Why did I choose to complete a residency?

     I chose to pursue the MS Health-System Pharmacy Administration residency as I believe it was a necessary step in my development to achieve my goals of becoming a health-system pharmacy leader.

     Why Ohio State?

     I sought an administration program that provides residents with a strong clinical foundation in addition to extensive leadership training. As a large academic medical center, Ohio State offers residents a wide range of experiences that allow the resident to become an integral member of the patient care team and impact patient care through the management of pharmacy services.

     

  • Stephanie Salch-MSY2

    Health-System Pharmacy Administration Resident

    • The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

    Why did I choose to complete a residency?

    I decided to pursue residency because I recognized the value in pursuing additional clinical training prior to taking my first job. Residency training provides the experiences necessary for a pharmacist to become the best clinician possible and to be able to practice at the top of their license.

    Why Ohio State?

    I chose to pursue the Health System Pharmacy Administration (HSPA) Residency Program at The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center for three reasons. First, the strong emphasis on both clinical and leadership experiences. Second, the extensive history and legacy of this program. OSU has been training HSPA residents for almost 60 years, and facilitates interactions between current residents and alumni of the program. And lastly, the people. Residency can be challenging. Having co-residents, preceptors, and leaders at the hospital who are invested in your growth and support you along your journey can make all the difference.

  • Lauren Stanz-MSY2

    Health-System Pharmacy Administration Resident

    • The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

    “Why did I choose to complete a residency?”

     I chose to complete a residency for the following reasons:

    -Develop skills and tools required of the complex and dynamic work environment that is health-system pharmacy

    -Cultivate and practice situational pliability

    -Strengthen work ethic and reinforce leadership values

    -Utilize once in a lifetime networking and career planning opportunities

    -Advance goals and professional vision

    “Why Ohio State?”

    I chose The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center for the following reasons:

    -Founded on a long-standing history of excellence and ingenuity in healthcare with interventions impacting patient care as best practices

    -Creates and sustains a competitive yet supportive culture that is truly at the leading edge of pharmacy

    -Possesses an organized and structured training experience, including preceptors with a breadth of knowledge, skills, and backgrounds

    -Offers opportunity in both systems management and executive leadership as part of a multi-hospital model

    -Preserves a strong clinical foundation, which I believe is essential to leading future pharmacists