Pharmacy Residency Program Alumni

PGY-1 Graduates

Class of 2019

Lisa Infanti, PharmD

Current practice: Clinical Pharmacist – PICU/NICU

Norton Children’s Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky

Kaley Hughes, PharmD

Current practice: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Float

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Class of 2018

Alexandra Ferrante, Pharm.D.

Current practice: PICU/NICU Pharmacist

Children’s Hospital New Orleans

Class of 2017

Kendra Hays, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Neonatal and pediatric critical care clinical pharmacist

WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia

Sarah Timaeus, PharmD, BCOP

Current practice: Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinical Pharmacy Specialist

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt

Savannah Gulley, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Clinical Pharmacy Specialist

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt

Class of 2016

Hillary Orr, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical specialist – pediatric critical care

Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston, Texas

Deni Trone, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical staff pharmacist

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee

Class of 2015

Sarah Shields, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical specialist – informatics

Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Bethany Wattles, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist – Child and adolescent health research design support Unit

University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

Class of 2014

Christy Fisher, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist

The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Class of 2013

Jordan Klein, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric pharmacist

St. Louis Children’s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri

Anthony Zacheretti, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric clinical pharmacist

Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky

Class of 2012

Ashley Casper, Pharm.D.

Current Practice: Clinical pharmacist

Norton Children’s Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky

Lindsay Cunningham, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist

Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri

Class of 2011

Jordan Anderson, Pharm.D., BCPS

Current practice: Clinical specialist – pediatric and neonatal critical care

University of Missouri Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Columbia, Missouri

Sarah Jacobson, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist

Norton Children’s Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky

Class of 2010

Hannah Dyk, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric clinical pharmacist

Banner Desert Medical Center, Mesa, Arizona

Rachel Mathews, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric clinical pharmacist

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Class of 2009

Andrea Chamberlain, Pharm.D., BCPS

Current practice: Clinical specialist – pediatric critical care

Cincinnati Children’s, Cincinnati, Ohio

Courtney Edwards, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist

Medical University of South Carolina Children’s Hospital, Charleston, South Carolina

Class of 2008

Madeline O’Bryan, Pharm.D., BCPPS

Current practice: Clinical specialist – neonatal intensive care

Norton Children’s Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky

Class of 2007

Sarah Sobotik, Pharm.D., BCPS

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist

Methodist Children’s Hospital of South Texas, San Antonio, Texas

Class of 2006

Melissa Hunt, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric clinical pharmacist

Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children, Huntsville, Alabama

Class of 2005

Kendra Bosley, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric pharmacy coordinator

The Children’ Hospital at TriStar Centennial, Nashville, Tennessee

PGY-2 Critical Care Graduates

Class of 2018

Kendra Hays, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Neonatal and pediatric critical care clinical pharmacist

WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia

Class of 2017

Hillary Orr, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical specialist – pediatric critical care

Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston, Texas

Class of 2016

Bethany Wattles, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist – child and adolescent health research design support unit

University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

Class of 2015

Cynthia Zoeller, Pharm.D., MBA, BCCCP

Current practice: Clinical specialist – pediatric critical care

Norton Children’s Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky

Class of 2014

Jordan Klein, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Pediatric pharmacist

St. Louis Children’s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri

Class of 2012

Jordan Anderson, Pharm.D., BCPS

Current practice: Clinical specialist – pediatric and neonatal critical care

University of Missouri Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Columbia, Missouri

PGY-2 Oncology Graduates

Class of 2018

Savannah Gulley, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist – pediatric bone marrow transplant

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida

Class of 2017

Sarah Mitchell, Pharm.D.

Current practice: Clinical pharmacist – hematology/oncology

IU Health Simon Cancer Center, Indianapolis, Indiana

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The 24 offices of Norton Children’s Medical Associates, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, are keeping their normal hours for patients who need to see a pediatrician and meet either of the following criteria: […]

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Aunque los casos de coronavirus/COVID-19 han sido confirmados principalmente en adultos, los niños aún son susceptibles al virus. Norton Children’s Hospital recibe muchas llamadas de padres y cuidadores preocupados. Si le preocupa que su hijo […]

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For the second year in a row, Kentucky had the highest child abuse rate in the country — and it’s not even close. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Children’s Bureau “Child Maltreatment […]

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