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Current Residents

Current Residents Group Photo Mike Reichert

Mike Reichert

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident

The pharmacy residency program at Wesley offers a great deal of experiences in critical care. Residents are a vital part of the team when responding to Level 1 traumas, massive blood transfusions and cardiac arrests.

School:

Purdue University

Interests:

Critical Care, Emergency Medicine

Email:

michael.reichert@wesleymc.com


Megan Fortenberry

Megan Fortenberry

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident

Wesley Medical Center is an excellent program with a strong foundation in both adult and pediatric medicine. Residents at Wesley have the opportunity to become both ACLS and PALS certified. Pharmacy is a highly respected part of the interdisciplinary team and we are strong leaders of the medical management of patients.

School:

Samford University

Interests:

Pediatrics, Critical Care

Email:

megan.fortenberry@wesleymc.com


Megan Williams

Megan Williams

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident

Wesley Medical Center offers many rotation experiences in critical care. Residents are able to learn hands on skills such as what medications you need to anticipate for trauma/codes based off of limited patient information. We are seen as an integral part of the health care team, and are relied upon for patient care recommendations.

School:

University of Missouri-Kansas City

Interests:

Cardiology, Critical Care

Email:

megan.williams7@wesleymc.com


Coty Tunwar

Coty Tunwar

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident

Wesley is an excellent place to learn because pharmacists are integrated in every aspect of patient care. From the patients’ entry into the Emergency Department until their transition to the floor, pharmacists are at the bedside. It is rewarding and speaks a lot to the culture of pharmacy at Wesley Medical Center.

School:

Chicago State University

Interests:

Cardiology, Transplant, Critical Care

Email:

coty.tunwar@wesleymc.com


Brian Gilbert

Brian Gilbert

PGY2 Critical Care

Pharmacists at Wesley are essential in the care of critically ill patients and exposes residents to numerous different disease states. The high acuity level and numerous opportunities makes Wesley a great choice for any resident looking to expand their critical care knowledge.

School:

University of Florida

Interests:

Traumatic brain injury, Hemodynamics, Infectious Diseases, Sepsis

Email:

brian.gilbert@wesleymc.com


Greg Scott

Greg Scott

PGY1 Pharmacy Pediatric Practice Resident

I love the integration of pharmacists into the medical team. Our recommendations in patient care are accepted and implemented on a regular basis. I also enjoy the learning environment where we are pushed to grow as pharmacists on a daily basis.

School:

University of Kansas

Interests:

Pediatrics (Infectious Disease, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine)

Email:

greg.scott@wesleymc.com


Jordan Snyder

Jordan Snyder

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident

A strength of Wesley’s program is the preceptors; the preceptors at Wesley truly have passion for teaching and encourage the development of skills which will be applicable in our future careers.

School:

University of Kansas

Interests:

Hematology/oncology, stem cell transplant, pediatrics

Email:

jordan.snyder@wesleymc.com