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Carly Barnes, PharmD

College of Pharmacy: Regis University School of Pharmacy

PGY1: Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Portland, OR

Why I chose Providence: As a PGY-1 resident rotating through PMG, I was impressed with the ability of the pharmacists to practice at the top of their license and be a part of a robust primary care team. Being able to work closely with providers and other caregivers is something I was very excited to have the opportunity to do.

Clinical areas of interest: Diabetes management, managed care

Favorite hobbies: exploring new breweries, eating all the things, spending time with my cats, and listening to true crime podcasts

Thing I want to do most while in Oregon this year: Explore all the great hiking areas around Portland and complete a coastal road trip

Dustin ClarkMaurice Tran, PharmD

College of Pharmacy: University of Washington

PGY1: Providence Portland Medical Center

Why I chose Providence: I chose Providence for PGY-2 residency training because of the longitudinal design of the rotations. Not only does this longitudinal structure provide me with abundant opportunities to hone the essential skills I need to become an excellent ambulatory care pharmacist, but this structure also provides me the opportunity to see my own professional growth. Additionally, I chose Providence because of its organizational culture. From my PGY-1 rotation and interview day, it was very apparent to me that the preceptors are deeply committed to my overall professional development.

Clinical areas of interest: Primary care, internal medicine, infectious diseases, cardiology

Favorite hobbies: Traveling, hiking, trying out new foods, improvisational comedy, volunteering with local dog rescue organizations.

Thing I want to do most while in Oregon this year: Attend Corgi Beach Day

Kasey RubinSheila Prabhu, PharmD

College of Pharmacy: Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy

PGY1: Providence Portland Medical Center

Why I chose Providence: I was drawn to Providence because of the opportunities and experiences afforded to me during my PGY-1 rotation with PMG. I also found that most preceptors were previous residents which, to me, speaks volumes about the culture of Providence. Because of the supportive environment and progressive nature of pharmacy practice, I felt that PMG would allow me to be a well-rounded clinician while practicing at the top of my license.

Clinical areas of interest: diabetes management, academia, global health

Favorite hobbies: Eating all the great Tex-Mex I can get my hands on, Netflix, hiking, cooking, karaoke, and watching football

Thing I want to do most while in Oregon this year: Go to crater lake, wooden shoe tulip festival, and finishing up my long list of hikes in the area!