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Dillons Wichita Residency Alumni

2019 - 2020
Erik Gunderson, Pharm.D., BCPS
Erik is pursuing a PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency with Providence St. Peter Family Medicine, Olympia, Washington. Upon completion of his PGY2, Erik’s career goals focus on pursing opportunities in a family medicine clinic to provide direct patient care under a collaborative practice agreement. Erik plans to accept IPPE and APPE students on rotation after establishing his practice upon completion of his residency.
Gunderson, E. G., Newell, B. J., Rohling, B. J., Melton, B. L., & Robertson, A. D. (2021). Impact of Automated Notifications on Prescription Abandonment. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. https://doi.org/10.1177/08971900211004829

2018 - 2019
Janet Pham, Pharm.D.
Janet is currently employed at New York-Presbyterian as a Transitions of Care and Ambulatory Care pharmacist. Her position also includes operations and regulatory components of pharmacy practice within the ambulatory clinics. She plans to accept IPPE and APPE students on rotation after meeting New York Board of Pharmacy requirements for preceptors.

2017 - 2018
Erica Wilkinson, Pharm.D., BCACP
Erica is currently employed as a pharmacist at Salina Regional Health Center (SRHC) Outpatient Pharmacy in Salina, KS. She will assist in building the medication therapy management, transition of care and other new patient care program innovations that the outpatient pharmacy has in the works. She will be working with current SRHC pharmacy residents and plans to accept IPPE and APPE students on rotation.
Wilkinson, E. A., Newell, B. J., Melton, B. L., & Robertson, A. D. (2021). Community-Based Pharmacy Travel Health Service Pilot Impact on Participant Understanding and Satisfaction. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. https://doi.org/10.1177/08971900211017093

2015 - 2016
Ailey Carroll, Pharm.D.
Ailey is currently employed as a pharmacist at a Quality Food Centers Pharmacy (a division of Kroger) in the Seattle, WA area. At QFC, she provides medication therapy management, health screenings, immunizations, and travel consultations under a collaborative practice agreement. She works directly with the division's current pharmacy resident and plans to start accepting IPPE and APPE students on rotation in the near future.

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