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Syndey Goo

Dana Hackett

Hometown: Honolulu, HI

Pharmacy School: University of Washington

Major Project Topic: Implementation of a Valproic Acid per Pharmacy Guideline

Why I chose Providence Regional Medical Center Everett: From my experience in the medical ICU during my APPE rotation, I felt each preceptor genuinely cared for and invested in my learning and growth as a pharmacy student. The preceptors and pharmacy staff foster a great workplace culture that encourages their residents to learn and grow. Providence is a progressive hospital which provides a multitude of unique hands-on and clinical learning opportunities for their residents. Overall, Providence felt like home and was a place where I could grow not only as a pharmacist but as a person too.

Professional Interests: Critical Care, Oncology

Personal Interests: Cooking, Outdoor Activities, Sports

Noelani Jallorina

Jonathan Chen

Hometown: Yigo, GU

Pharmacy School: University of Washington

Major Project Topic: Optimizing ED Providers' Preference List

Why I chose Providence Regional Medical Center Everett: In school we are encouraged to practice at the top of our license, which is not always achievable at every health system. What drew me to PRMCE is the progressive approach to patient care that allows pharmacists to utilize their license to the fullest and play a critical role in the care team. Another thing that stood out to me was the supportive learning environment created by preceptors who are invested in helping residents understand the “why” behind best practices. All of the interactions I’ve had since joining the PRMCE team have confirmed that this residency program is the best fit for optimizing both my professional and personal growth.

Professional Interests: Informatics, Oncology, Critical Care

Personal Interests: Eating, football, exploring outdoors, interior design, computer programming

Ha Nhu Nguyen

Michael Adams

Hometown: Tacoma, WA

Pharmacy School: University of Washington

Major Project Topic: ED Culture Pharmacy Prescriptive Protocol

Why I chose Providence Regional Medical Center Everett: I was drawn to PRMCE because of the welcoming environment and supportive culture within the pharmacy department. With one of the busiest Emergency Departments in the state that serves a diverse patient population, PRMCE offers a variety of opportunities and autonomy necessary to build my confidence as a well-rounded pharmacist. Additionally, the progressive pharmacy practice and how pharmacy plays an integral role in patient care solidified my decision to complete a PGY1 residency at PRMCE.

Professional Interest: Emergency Medicine, Infectious Disease, Neonatal Care

Personal Interests: Travelling, eating, spending time with family and friends.

Erica Seu

Roberto Rodriguez

Hometown: San Jose, CA

Pharmacy School: Washington State University

Major Project Topic: Antimicrobial Stewardship Workflow Improvement

Why I chose Providence Regional Medical Center Everett: PRMCE offers numerous learning opportunities and a great work environment. The rotations offered aligned well with my interests in oncology as well as the chance to explore areas I have yet to experience. I am also interested in precepting students and the different types of teaching certificates available. What particularly stood out to me at PRMCE was the amicable and trusting relationship here between not only the pharmacy staff but also with the providers. I believe this dynamic, and the diversity of rotations at this progressive hospital will strengthen my learning and growth into a well-rounded pharmacist.

Professional Interests: Oncology, Cardiology, General Medicine

Personal Interests: Hiking, Cats, Food