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Meet our Current Residents

Raymond ChuRaymond Chu

Hometown: Moorpark, CA

Current Resident Project: Increasing Access to Care for Untreated Hepatitis C Patients Using a Team Based Approach

Why I Chose Providence: Providence Sacred Heart’s Anticoagulation and Pharmacotherapy Residency stood out to me for 2 reasons; It’s focus on direct patient care in a one-on-one clinic setting within a large, multi-state organization with many resources for its patients and that it practiced in the state of Washington which is one of the most progressive in terms of pharmacy practice. Coming from a state in which pharmacists have only recently gained provider status, I was impressed with the level at which this clinic is able to practice and believe that the training here sets residents apart and ahead from what other practice sites are able to offer.

Professional Interests: Direct Patient Care, Public Outreach, and Process/Quality Improvement

Personal Interests: Cooking, Driving, and Fishing

Rebecca TsoRebecca Tso

Hometown: Cupertino, California

Current Resident Project: Implementing a Collaborative Care Model for Medication Management of Cystic Fibrosis in a Pharmacist-led Ambulatory Clinic

Why I Chose Providence: Having worked at an anticoagulation and pharmacotherapy clinic during my pharmacy school years sparked and solidified my passion for ambulatory care pharmacy. Through the management of a wide array of disease states and chronic conditions, this residency program truly maximizes ambulatory care exposure and training for its residents straight out of pharmacy school. The ability to manage patients and oversee their care longitudinally allows me to practice at the top of my license all the while developing lifelong patient care skills.

Professional Interests: Anticoagulation, hepatitis C, HIV, diabetes, biologic therapy management

Personal Interests: I love anything that gets in touch with my creative and crafty side— whether it be scrapbooking, bullet journaling, or cardmaking.