Community Pharmacy

Balls Foods

Laura Litwin
PGY1 Community Pharmacy

Laura is currently a PGY1 Community Practice Resident from Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Laura's practice areas of interests include ambulatory care and clinical services in community pharmacy, especially Diabetes management. After completing her residency, Laura would like to work in an ambulatory care clinic or provide clinical services in a community setting. Laura can be contacted at

Gina Luchen
PGY1 Community Pharmacy

Gina is currently a PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Resident from the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. Her practice areas of interest include community-based clinical service management, ambulatory care, teaching, and precepting. After residency, she would like to pursue a career in pharmacy administration with a strong academic involvement. Gina can be contacted at


PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Resident

Dr. Ailey Carroll is a PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Resident with Dillons Pharmacy (a division of Kroger) and The University of Kansas School of Pharmacy in Wichita. She graduated from Drake University in Des Moines Iowa with her PharmD and a Diabetes Concentration. She is the first resident of this residency program. Ailey can be reached at

Erin Graham
PGY1 Community Pharmacy Practice Resident

Erin is currently a PGY1 Community Practice Resident from the University of Kansas. Erin’s clinical interests are focused on community based chronic disease state management including diabetes and cardiovascular health. In her time outside of residency, Erin enjoys dancing with her friends, cheering on the Kansas City Royals, and playing board games with her family. Upon completion of her residency, Erin hopes to work for a community pharmacy developing pharmacist driven clinical services. Erin can be contacted at

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