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Corle Morefield, PharmDCorle Morefield

Hometown: Plains, MT

Pharmacy School: University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy

Current Residency Project: Evaluation and Implementation of a Dosing Protocol for Phenobarbital in Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome in the Acute Care Setting.

Why I chose Providence: I chose Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center because the residency program offered the variety of clinical rotations I was looking for in my postgraduate training experience. The hospital is a large teaching facility which allows for many opportunities to manage patients requiring a higher level of care. I also felt so welcomed from the moment I started the interview process. Everyone truly cares and wants to help the residents get the most out of their residency year. The pharmacy department is full of dedicated healthcare professionals determined to advance the profession. I am so fortunate for the opportunity to complete my PGY1 at Sacred Heart.

Professional Interests: Psychiatry, Critical Care, and Emergency Medicine

Personal Interests: Hiking, biking, paddle Boarding, and spending quality time with family and friends.


Maribel Rincon

Maribel Rincon, PharmD

Hometown: Idaho Falls, ID

Pharmacy School: Idaho State University

Current Residency Project: Implementation of a Standardized Pathway for Anticoagulation Treatment and Reversal in the Emergency Department

Why I chose Providence: I chose Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center because of the energy and enthusiasm I felt during my interview! Additionally, this program offers a wide variety of clinical rotations that will allow me to complete a well-rounded residency with ample opportunities in all my areas of interest. The preceptors are extremely knowledgeable, welcoming to the residents, and truly invested in our success as pharmacists. Pharmacy has a strong clinical presence at Sacred Heart and is a valued and integral part of the interdisciplinary medical team. I am confident after completing this residency program I will have the tools necessary to practice as a well-rounded and knowledgeable clinical pharmacist.

Professional Interests: Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Critical Care, and Infectious Disease.

Personal Interests: Camping, hiking, traveling, spending time with family and friends watching a good movie, eating good food, or exploring new things!


Cameron Yang

Cameron Yang, PharmD

Hometown: Mililani, HI

Pharmacy School: Washington State University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Current Residency Project: Implementation of a Dalbavancin Utilization Guideline for the Inpatient and Outpatient Settings

Why I chose Providence: The pharmacy residency program at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center drew me in with their established reputation and compelling rotations. They offer strong core and elective rotations as well as teaching opportunities that aligned with my professional interests. The pharmacy department, preceptors, and other caregivers are supportive, dedicated, and welcoming and I feel highly valued as a resident. Their commitment to their patients is evident in the high standard of compassionate care they provide every day. Providence Sacred Heart provides an exceptional year of postgraduate training that I felt would best prepare me to become a well-rounded, knowledgeable pharmacist.

Professional Interests: Cardiology, Critical Care, Internal Medicine

Personal Interests: Baking, reading, spending time with family and friends


Kevin Behbahany

Kevin Behbahany, PharmD

Hometown: Lake Oswego, OR

Pharmacy School: Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University

Current Residency Project: Evaluation and Implementation of Clinical Pharmacy Services in the Outpatient Pharmacy Infusion Setting

Why I chose Providence: I chose Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center because of the variety of clinical pharmacy services they offer and the welcoming personality the staff provided during all my encounters and interactions. I knew entering a large health-system like Providence, there would be a strong foundation in the presence and role of clinical pharmacists in the interdisciplinary team for patient care. I am confident that the well-established pharmacy presence and environment like Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center will allow me to advance my clinical skills to become an exceptional clinical pharmacist.

Professional Interests: Hematology oncology, solid organ transplant, cardiology

Personal Interests: Spending time with my two dogs, playing video games, and winning fantasy football


Angela Nguyen

Angela Nguyen, PharmD

Hometown: Snohomish, WA

Pharmacy School: Washington State University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Current Residency Project: Evaluation and Optimization of Antibiotic Prescribing Practices in Community Acquired Pneumonia and Skin and Soft Tissue Infections in the Hospital Setting

Why I chose Providence: I chose Providence Sacred Heart due to the wide variety of clinical rotations available as well as the supportive learning environment. As a level II trauma center, Sacred Heart is able to serve a wide variety of patients and complex cases from across the region. The opportunity to play a role in these patients’ care as part of an interdisciplinary team will allow me develop my clinical skills and knowledge. Additionally, the close proximity to the college of pharmacy allows for unique teaching opportunities that align with my interest in academia.

Professional Interests: Infectious Disease, Oncology, Academia

Personal Interests: Musical Theater, cooking, camping, video games


Maxx Nehser

Maxx Nehser, PharmD

Hometown: Woodinville, WA

Pharmacy School: University of Montana, Skaggs School of Pharmacy

Current Residency Project: Identifying and Addressing the Gaps in Treatment of Sepsis during the Transitions of Care

Why I chose Providence: I chose Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center due to the multitude of acute care experiential opportunities it has to offer. The large number of high acuity cases seen at Sacred Heart would provide me with ample learning opportunities to lay the framework for a clinical pharmacy career. The refined residency curriculum included a full year of multidisciplinary experience that allowed for multiple elective rotations to fit my pharmaceutical interests. From the day of my interview, I knew that Sacred Heart would be an ideal residency based on the entire pharmacy team's friendly demeanor. Furthermore, many pharmacy staff members previously completed residencies, which made for a very welcoming environment. Overall, Sacred Heart is a truly unique opportunity to participate in an all-encompassing practice of healthcare.

Professional Interests: Critical Care, Cardiology, and Pharmacogenomics

Personal Interests: Snowboarding, Backpacking, Soccer, and Breweries