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2019-2020 Residents

Ally Jarvi

Undergraduate Institution: University of North Carolina Charlotte
Pharmacy School: University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Clinical Interests: Internal medicine, Emergency Medicine, Neurology 
Research Project: Pharmacist Participation in Door-to-Needle Times with Tele-Stroke versus Having a Neurologist Present at the Bedside
Why Atrium Health Cabarrus?: After my fourth year of pharmacy school, I realized I wanted to complete a PGY1 residency program focused in acute care. I knew the variety of rotations offered at Atrium Health Cabarrus would allow me to build well-rounded skills during my year of training. The electives offered also catered to my areas of interest such as neurology and emergency medicine. Completing pharmacy school in North Carolina, I was already very familiar with the progressive role pharmacists have in the hospital setting. There are multiple protocols at Atrium Health that highlight pharmacists’ clinical knowledge to positively impact patient care and safety. The opportunity to co-precept and the ability to incorporate teaching into hospital pharmacy was also important to me. After meeting the preceptors at Atrium Health Cabarrus, I knew this program would provide me the challenge and support required to become a skilled clinical pharmacist in the acute care setting. I feel so fortunate to have the opportunity to complete my PGY1 residency at this institution.

Anna Lee

Undergraduate Institution: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Pharmacy School: East Tennessee State University
Clinical Interests: Oncology, Critical Care
Research Project: Dose Adjustments and Delays in Obese Patients Receiving Ado-Trastuzumab emtansine for Breast Cancer
Why Atrium Health Cabarrus?: I knew I wanted a well-rounded, progressive residency while searching through acute care programs as a fourth-year pharmacy student. Atrium Health Cabarrus has the rotation options that I wanted in a PGY-1 program which included clinical oncology, critical care, and pediatrics. The pharmacy department has a significant role in patient care and stays up to date on evidence-based practice. I really enjoy working with the nurses, providers, and pharmacists here at Atrium Health Cabarrus. I look forward to continue learning from my preceptors as they challenge and support me through this year of professional and personal growth!

Mary Bailey Jones

Undergraduate Institution: University of Georgia
Pharmacy School:
Mercer University College of Pharmacy
Clinical Interests:
Infectious Diseases, Critical Care, Internal Medicine
Research Project:
Evaluating Heparin Dosing Strategies: aPTT versus Anti-Xa Monitoring in the Critically Ill Population
Why Atrium Health Cabarrus?:
Atrium Health Cabarrus offers their residents many opportunities to complete rotations in a wide variety of clinical settings.  As a fourth-year pharmacy student, it was very important to me that I completed my residency training at an institution that would allow me to become a well-rounded clinical pharmacist and that I would be immersed in a challenging, yet supportive environment. I value that my preceptors and mentors are personally invested in me and my professional development as a clinical pharmacist. I am looking forward to a year full of learning and wonderful opportunities here at Atrium Health Cabarrus.

Randall Moore

Undergraduate Institution: Western Carolina University 
Pharmacy School:
Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 
Clinical Interests:
Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, Cardiology 
Research Project:
Prospective Evaluation of Early transition from IV Ceftriaxone to PO Cefpodoxime in Community Acquired Pneumonia
Why Atrium Health Cabarrus?:
Throughout the residency selection process I wanted to be at an institution with a diverse patient population  that would ensure I would be a well rounded clinical pharmacist in the future. I felt that the diversity of clinical rotations available to residents, and an in-house Antimicrobial Stewardship program meet my needs for what I was looking to gain from my PGY1. In the short time that I’ve been here I’ve been thoroughly impressed with the continued effort made by the pharmacy staff to improve patient care and the willingness of the preceptors to mentor and educate residents.