Left to Right: Whitney Rohlman, Jacqueline Medina, Christopher Brown
Dr. Rohlman was born in Oklahoma City, OK. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. Her current pharmacy interests include cardiology, internal medicine and infectious disease. After completion of her residency, Whitney plans to pursue a second year of residency and obtain Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) certification. She plans to pursue a career as a clinical pharmacist in a health system. Her major residency research project is "Evaluation of Pyxis Overrides and Development of Policies to Promote Improvement."
Dr. Medina graduated from the University Of New Mexico College of Pharmacy in 2015. Her current interest areas include ambulatory care, psychiatry and transitions of care. She plans either to pursue a PGY-2 pharmacy residency in ambulatory care or to obtain a position as a clinical pharmacist upon her PGY-1 completion. Her major residency research project this year is "Development and Implementation of a Heparin-Induced-Thrombocytopenia Protocol and Implications on Patient Management and Cost."
Dr. Brown graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy in 2015. His current interests include internal medicine, infectious diseases, and leadership. He intends to obtain a clinical pharmacist position after completing the NRHS PGY-1 residency program. His major residency research project this year is "Shifting from Premixed Nicardipine Injection to Nicardipine Prepared by the Pharmacy: Is It Worth It?"