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PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Resident
Western Springs, Ill.
Pharmacy School/Graduation Year
University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2021
University of New Mexico Hospital
Required: EM1-3, MICU, Toxicology/Poison Center, Community EM/ICU, Night shift EM
Longitudinal: Clinical Staffing, Toxicology, EM Administration and Leadership, Research, Med Safety, WMS/Flight For Life
Elective: CVICU, others TBD
PGY2 Residency Project
Efficacy and Safety of Diltiazem vs Metoprolol in Acute Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with Baseline Reduced Ejection Fraction
Please select 3 words that you think best describe Froedtert Hospital
Friendly, Forward-thinking, Outcomes-focused
What attracted you to Froedtert Hospital’s PGY2 program?
Froedtert stood out to me because I enjoyed talking to the EM team during recruitment events and interviews. The biggest thing that brought me here was the people and feeling like I’d be able to learn a lot from the preceptors here and would also get the support I needed. Secondary to that, the opportunities for research and longitudinal toxicology exposure were big pluses!
Research, precepting, clinical pharmacy
In my free time, you can find me running, hiking, or reading!
Favorite Things to Do in Milwaukee
Hanging out along the lakeshore, soaking in the abundant green during summer (I moved here from the desert!), and trying new restaurants.
Advice for Potential PGY2 Candidates
Similar to when you were looking for PGY1 programs, find a program that you think will be a good fit. You’ll spend a lot of time with your preceptors and with the other people in the program, so make sure you feel comfortable with them. After that, also look for people who are enthusiastic and excited about the program and about their own work!