CJ Wilson

CJ Wilson, PGY-2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

Pharmacists at Wesley are an integral part of the team they work with. When on rotation with a preceptor that works in a certain unit, they ensure that you are just as involved with the team, allowing you to take on the role of the pharmacist providers will come to. Even though there is a lot of autonomy, they are always around to make sure you have the support you need in order to be successful. As residents we have the opportunity to learn from incredible pharmacists, nurses, mid-levels and physicians on a daily basis.

Education and training:

University of Georgia, College of Pharmacy PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Wesley Medical Center

Interests:

Professional: Medical Intensive Care, neurointensive Care
Personal: Georgia Football (Go Dawgs!), trying new restaurants, traveling, cooking and going out with friends

 

Sophie

Sophie McEwin, PGY-1 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident

Here at Wesley Medical Center, pharmacists serve as integral members of the patient care team and significantly contribute to the quality health care. I have the pleasure of being the pediatric PGY1, which consists of greater variety of pediatric rotations, experience with a diverse pediatric patient population with still a notable exposure to adult medicine. Most importantly, the preceptors provide extensive dedication to the residents with educational opportunities tailored to the year of the resident’s interest. Through this inclusive program, the ability to transition from student, to resident, to independent clinical pharmacist becomes increasingly more achievable.

School:

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Interests:

Professional: Pediatrics, PICU and academia.
Personal: Spending time with family and friends, trying new restaurants, playing with my puppies and cheering on the Huskers!

 

Myles

Myles Carter

Pharmacists are a vital and valued part of the health care team at Wesley Medical Center. I have been interested in the residency program at Wesley since starting here as a pharmacy technician almost five years ago. I continued working through pharmacy school as an intern and now as a pharmacy resident. While on rotation at Wesley I was able to experience what it is like to be part of an interprofessional team working towards a common goal. Pharmacists at Wesley are highly involved in patient care. As a resident, with the guidance of wonderful preceptors, I will be able to take an active role in patient care. The people, culture and experience are all reasons I decided to continue to be part of the Wesley pharmacy team!

School:

University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, Wichita Campus

Interests:

Professional: Informatics, medication safety and practice management, internal medicine.
Personal: Cooking, spending time with my dog, traveling.

 

Zach

Zach Wellner

The residency program at Wesley Medical Center has been an interest for me since the start of pharmacy school. I have enjoyed working here as a pharmacy intern for the majority of pharmacy school and now as a resident. While on rotations I was able to see how integral pharmacy is with codes, traumas, and interdisciplinary rounding. Observing previous years of residents, I was able to see how much they developed throughout the year as pharmacist. This exponential growth is only achievable due to robust leadership and exceptional preceptors. All of these reasons and more make Wesley an exceptional place to complete a meaningful residency.

School:

University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, Wichita Campus

Interests:

Professional: Pediatrics, oncology, internal medicine and critical care.
Personal: Cooking, grilling, gardening, traveling, camping and spending time with family and friends.

 

Joshua

Joshua Anim Anno

When searching for a residency program, Wesley Medical Center stood out because it offers a wide variety of rotations in both adult and pediatric practice settings. Likewise, Wesley offers educational support through the Pharmacy Core Lecture Series, which ensures that residents have numerous opportunities throughout the program to increase their knowledge base. I am excited for the opportunity to be a part of a unique culture where I can grow professionally and personally. I believe the experiences offered at Wesley will shape me into a well-rounded clinical pharmacist.

School:

St. Louis College of Pharmacy at UHSP in St. Louis

Interests:

Professional: Pediatrics, Internal medicine, management and ambulatory care.
Personal: Soccer (FC Barcelona), running, traveling, cooking and spending time with family and friends.

 

Jeremy Rogers

Jeremy Rogers

Ever since I had a couple of my pharmacy school rotations at Wesley I knew that I wanted to be a part of this residency program. I was able to see how hands on pharmacists were in patient care and how they played an integral part of the patient care team. The preceptors do an excellent job of knowing how to push you to learn without going over the edge. Wesley also has a wide variety of rotations with exposure to multiple different practice settings including code blue and trauma response teams. These attributes make Wesley a great place to complete a PGY-1 pharmacy residency.

School:

University of Kansas School of Pharmacy

Interests:

Professional: Critical care, emergency medicine and infectious disease.
Personal: Golfing, hunting, any KU sport and spending time with my dog and friends.

 

Patrick Seymore

Patrick Seymore

Pharmacists at Wesley are truly a valued and integral part of the care team. Pharmacists practice at the top of our licenses at WMC. I chose Wesley because of the emphasis on having pharmacy at the bedside with a high level of focus on critical care. There are opportunities for vast patient care experiences to explore all possible interests. Everyone is willing to go above and beyond to support each other here while allowing autonomy to foster your professional practice. Having the opportunity to respond to codes and traumas provides a unique perspective to pharmacy experience.

School:

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy

Interests:

Professional: Emergency medicine, critical care, infectious diseases and cardiology.
Personal: Playing video games with the kids, shooting clays and camping with the family.

 

Sierra Miles

Taylor Schieber

I first received the opportunity to shadow the pharmacy team at Wesley Medical Center during my undergraduate studies. From then on, I knew exactly what type of pharmacist I wanted to grow into and the environment that I wanted to put myself in. Through my experience, I witnessed how much of an impact pharmacists have within this health-system and how much the pharmacy team is respected by other healthcare employees. Once graduating from pharmacy school, I knew I wanted to come back and serve the community I grew up in, as well place myself in a challenging environment where I thought I would grow the most as a pharmacist, which Wesley provides. The pharmacists at Wesley are always incorporated in patient care and leaned upon during many clinical scenarios (codes, traumas, consults, medication management). Another advantage that Wesley provides is the “family –like” atmosphere within the pharmacy team and healthcare system as a whole. The patient involvement and the overall respect that the pharmacy team has within the interdisciplinary team makes Wesley an ideal pharmacy residency program and exceptional environment to practice.

School:

University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Interests:

Professional: Infectious diseases and critical care.
Personal: Sports, food (beer) and spending time with friends and family.