Current Residents

 

 

                  Pharmacy Residency Class 2014-2015 

 

An Pham, PharmD

Dr. An Pham is a PGY1 pharmacy resident. She serves as a preceptor to University of California, San Francisco student pharmacists and University of Pacific, Thomas J. Long student pharmacists. Dr. Pham received her bachelor of science in biochemistry from University of California, Los Angeles in 2010 and doctor of pharmacy from University of the Pacific, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2014.  She currently has memberships with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, California Society of Health-System Pharmacists, and California Pharmacists Association. APham@communitymedical.org KLai2@communitymedical.org

 

Katie Trousil, PharmD

Dr. Katie Trousil is a PGY1 pharmacy resident. She serves as a preceptor to University of California, San Francisco student pharmacists and University of Pacific, Thomas J. Long student pharmacists.  Dr. Trousil received her bachelor of arts in applied sciences and doctor of pharmacy from University of the Pacific, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2014. She currently has memberships with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and California Society of Health-System Pharmacists. KTrousil@communitymedical.org

 

 

Teresa Tu, PharmD

Dr. Teresa Tu is a PGY1 pharmacy resident. She serves as a preceptor to University of California, San Francisco student pharmacists and University of Pacific, Thomas J. Long student pharmacists.  Dr. Tu received her bachelor of arts in integrative biology from University of California, Berkeley in 2009 and doctor of pharmacy from University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy, Ann Arbor in 2014. She currently has memberships with American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, California Pharmacists Association, and California Society of Health-System Pharmacists.  TTu@communitymedical.org

  

I am grateful to have the opportunity to complete my residency training at Community Regional Medical Center because it cultivates a strong learning environment and offers diverse clinical experiences. The strongest component of this program is definitely the preceptors. Not only are all the preceptors extremely knowledgeable, but they are also very passionate about the field of pharmacy and dedicated to teaching. I know I will learn a great deal at this residency and develop all the skills I need to be an excellent pharmacist. –Dr. An Pham (2014-2015)

I chose to pursue a residency at Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC), because of the great opportunities available in critical care and to gain experience at the only level I Trauma Center in the Central Valley.  Being interested in critical care, I was excited to learn that CRMC offers rotations in general medicine ICU, surgery/trauma ICU, burn ICU, and has an 84 bed NICU.  With a diverse patient population, I knew CRMC would provide exposure to a wide variety of disease states and unique patient situations.  Community Regional Medical Center is dedicated to maintaining an environment that promotes continual education and the preceptors are enthusiastic about teaching. I am confident that this year will be an amazing experience and I am truly happy to be here at CRMC! –Dr. Katie Trousil (2014-2015)

The residency program at Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC) provides promising critical care opportunities in a Level I Trauma Center as well as a core rotation at one of the busiest emergency departments in California.  This program is well structured (e.g. research project, Continuing Pharmacy Education, preceptorship), yet flexible and supportive in tailoring to my career goals as a new practitioner. Working with passionate preceptors who are dedicated to teaching and fostering professional development is key to cultivating my own tools to become an effective clinician. I am confident that this residency will prepare me for a clinical pharmacist’s advancing role in patient care.  –Dr Teresa Tu (2014-2015)