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2021 - 2022 Residents

Keren Eagers Keren Eagers
Undergraduate Institution: High Point University
Pharmacy School: High Point University – Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy
Clinical Interests: Oncology, Psychiatric Medicine, Internal Medicine
Research Project: Pilot Expansion of Community-Acquired Pneumonia Oral Protocol to Include Amoxicillin-Clavulanate and a 5-Day Duration
Why Atrium Health Cabarrus? As a pharmacy student, I was always interested in pursuing a PGY1 residency program. After completing many APPE rotations through Atrium Health Cabarrus, it was clear that their residency program would be a great fit for me. The wide variety of rotation options offered at this facility was very appealing for a fourth-year pharmacy student like me with many different clinical interests. As someone that is considering specializing, the ability to explore all my interests during my time as a resident was essential. The work environment at Atrium Health Cabarrus is extremely supportive, encouraging, and adaptable to learners. This facility also has a very diverse patient population, which will allow me to grow into a well-rounded pharmacist instead of solely focusing on my areas of interest. This program truly has a lot to offer, and I am excited to expand upon my clinical and personal growth over the next year! 
Tori Ferree  Tori Ferree
Undergraduate Institution: University of South Carolina
Pharmacy School: Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy
Clinical Interests: Infectious Diseases, Internal Medicine
Research Project: Antimicrobial Stewardship led direct provider feedback for unsupported antibiotic use in UTI
Why Atrium Health Cabarrus? Atrium Health Cabarrus and its progressive pharmacy practice model offers a wide array of clinical experiences and opportunities for interprofessional collaboration. The two Internal Medicine rotations and the Infectious Diseases rotation were especially appealing, as these are areas of interest of mine. Additionally, the opportunities for mentorship, committee involvement, and co-precepting pharmacy students are all components I was looking for in a residency program. Lastly, even while navigating the residency search process virtually, I was able to get a sense of the collaborative and supportive environment at Atrium Health Cabarrus. I believe the program will contribute greatly to my personal and professional development and enable me to become a well-rounded clinical pharmacist. 
Miranda Green  Miranda Green
Undergraduate Institution: Troy University
Pharmacy School: East Tennessee State University – Gatton College of Pharmacy
Clinical Interests: Emergency Medicine, Ambulatory Care, Surgery
Research Project: Prevalence of Venous Thromboembolism and Use of Anticoagulation in Patients Admitted with COVID-19
Why Atrium Health Cabarrus? I wanted to begin my pharmacy career somewhere that will challenge me and make be a well-rounded pharmacist. Because my interests are broad, I wanted to experience a range of opportunities to help me decide my career path. The required and elective rotations fit my needs as a resident and gave me room to grow as a clinical pharmacist in the areas I wanted to. The pharmacy staff members showed genuine interest in my goals and value my abilities as a pharmacist. I know that I have come to a program that is going to make be better at caring for my patients and integrating into a team of healthcare providers. 
Savannah Heath  Savannah Heath
Undergraduate: High Point University
Pharmacy School: High Point University School of Pharmacy
Interests: Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Critical Care
Research Project: Evaluation of ERAS Model Multimodal Analgesia on Reducing Opioid Usage After Cardiothoracic Surgery
Why Atrium Cabarrus? As a fourth-year pharmacy student, I completed my APPE rotations at Atrium Health Cabarrus. I had the opportunity to see the impact pharmacists have on patient health and safety and their ability to improve patient outcomes. I pursued a PGY-1 residency at Atrium because it offers many things that I was looking for, including a variety of rotations that cater to my interests, the opportunity to precept pharmacy students from multiple schools in the area, and the ability to learn under the direction of preceptors who are intelligent, considerate, and motivating. Atrium Health Cabarrus is a challenging environment where I am able to develop skills as a clinical pharmacist.