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    Danielle A. Griggs, PharmD, MBA

    PGY1  Administration/MS

    Education:
    • MBA - University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics
    • PharmD – University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad – University of Kentucky
    Research:
    • Pharmacoeconomic evaluation of immunologic therapy utilization: administration and reimbursement perspectives
    Why UNC?
    • I wanted to train in a location of both clinical and administrative excellence. UNC offers the best combination of both through an excellent team of clinical and administrative preceptors, managers, and mentors. The culture of UNC is that of innovative leadership and shaping the future of pharmacy through clinical and administrative pharmacy practice. Resident training is vital to this mission as residents are trained to be pharmacy practice leaders. The family environment, support of preceptors and mentors, and excellence in training provide a strong foundation for my growth and development as a practitioner.
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    Kevin Hansen, PharmD

    PGY1  Administration/MS

    Education:
    • PharmD – Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM)
    • Undergrad – Kalamazoo Valley Community College; Western Michigan University
    Research:
    • Pharmacoeconomic evaluation of immunologic therapy utilization: administration and reimbursement perspectives
    Why UNC?
    • The University of North Carolina’s pharmacy residency program contains the essential elements to develop a strong leader in pharmacy. The myriad of available rotations affords a learner a breadth of experiences guided by highly skilled and trained clinical pharmacist preceptors. There is a clear emphasis on mentorship and family which creates a positive and supporting atmosphere. The program is supported by futuristic thinkers who have a passion for research and a strong vision for the continually evolving field of pharmacy. Combining these elements into a single program creates an exceptionally sound learning experience with exponential growth opportunities. For this, I am incredibly grateful to be part of the UNC family.
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    Liz Hess, PharmD

    PGY2   Administration/MS

    Education:
    • PGY1 Program – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    • PharmD – The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad – The Ohio State University
    Research:
    • Evaluation of pharmacist error detection rate in the sterile products area
    Why UNC?
    • The excellence in clinical practice is what drew me initially to the UNC program. The family atmosphere amongst the department was also an important factor in coming to UNC. UNC was one of the few programs with volunteerism included in the residency program. It is also part of the hospital's mission. Lastly the leadership team personalizes my experiences and professional development to meet my needs. I am so thankful to be part of the UNC family where I am able to get excellent clinical and administrative training.
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    Jami Mann, PharmD, MBA, BCPS

    PGY2   Administration/MS

    Education:
    • PGY1 Program – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    • MBA - University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics
    • PharmD – University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad – Western Kentucky University
    Research:
    • UNC Medical Center Clinical Pharmacist Competency Needs Assessment
    Why UNC?
    • Coming from a clinically grounded institution, I wanted a challenging PGY1 clinical experience to accompany my administrative training. UNC preceptors are of the highest caliber and more than willing to share their knowledge with you. Coupled with a dynamic, intelligent, and progressive leadership team that is interested in developing all residents as future practice leaders, UNC is the perfect fit for my clinical and administrative growth and development.
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    David Marr, PharmD, MBA

    PGY1  Administration/MS

    Education:
    • MBA - University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics
    • PharmD – University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad – University of Kentucky
    Research:
    • Pharmacoeconomic evaluation of immunologic therapy utilization: administration and reimbursement perspectives
    Why UNC?
    • I was initially attracted to the University of North Carolina because it not only has a tradition of excellence in clinical training, but it also provides a progressive administrative experience within a growing health-system environment. With the mentors, leadership team, and other resources that are readily available, the UNC HSPA program can be individualized to meet the needs of all residents. The program’s focus on people and its family atmosphere make UNC the ideal place for my growth and development as a future pharmacy leader.
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    Daniel P. O’Neil, PharmD, BCPS

    PGY2   Administrative/MS

    Education:
    • PGY1 Program – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    • PharmD – Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM)
    • Undergrad – University of Pittsburgh
    Research:
    • The Optimization of Automated Dispensing Machines at an Academic Medical Center
    Why UNC?
    • The University of North Carolina gives me the opportunity to enhance my management skills, expand my clinical knowledge, and increase my health-system pharmacy experience. Our residency is designed to provide the resources necessary to meet each resident’s short and long term goals.
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    Halena Leah Sautman, PharmD, BCPS

    PGY2   Administration/MS

    Education:
    • PGY1 Program – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    • PharmD – Palm Beach Atlantic University
    • Undergrad – Florida Atlantic University
    Research:
    • Quality assurance and financial optimization of the 340B Program at an academic medical center
    Why UNC?
    • I wanted a program that would challenge me to solidify my clinical knowledge and mold me into a professional pharmacy leader. I felt UNC's culture of clinical excellence and innovation would afford me the greatest opportunity to do so. I've found in UNC is a learning environment with preceptors who challenge you, mentors and managers who are passionate about shaping their residents into better versions of themselves, and co-residents who truly care about each other.
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    David South, PharmD

    PGY1  Administration/MS

    Education:
    • PharmD – Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad – University of Alabama in Huntsville
    Research:
    • Pharmacoeconomic evaluation of immunologic therapy utilization: administration and reimbursement perspectives
    Why UNC?
    • My decision in choosing UNC for my Hospital Pharmacy Administration Residency was based on two key factors: clinical ability and leadership within the profession. First, completing a strong, clinically-focused PGY1 was very important to me, and I knew that I would have that opportunity at UNC. Second, I wanted to complete a residency at an institution that was truly advancing the practice of pharmacy, and UNC is doing this very well. By combining the clinical background afforded through rotations and the access to key leaders within the profession, UNC has been a phenomenal starting point for my career.

 

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