MHP PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

apping and cavalieri 2021-2022

Click the boxes below to learn about current and past residents in the Memorial Hospital Pembroke PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program.

Current Residents

2021-2022 Pharmacy Residents


Caitlan Apping

Caitlan Apping, PharmD

Caitlan was born and raised in Broward County, FL. She earned her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree in 2021 from Nova Southeastern University. During pharmacy school, she worked as a pharmacy intern at Memorial Hospital Pembroke until transitioning into the PGY1 residency program after graduating. Caitlan is interested in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine. In her free time, she loves to try new foods, explore new places, and spend time with family and friends.

Research Project
“Determining the impact of Casirivimab and Imdevimab on COVID-19 management and outcomes”

Contact
caapping@mhs.net


Jennifer Cavalieri

Jennifer Cavalieri, PharmD

Jennifer was born and raised in Parkland, FL. She earned her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree in 2020 from the University of South Florida. After graduating, she worked as a per diem pharmacist at Memorial Hospital Pembroke before matching as a PGY1 resident. Jennifer is interested in Transitions of Care. In her free time, she enjoys various outdoor activities, trying new restaurants, and spending time with her large extended family.

Research Project

“Evaluating Enoxaparin (Lovenox®) prescribing practices in COVID-19 patients”

Contact
jcavalieri@mhs.net

Past Residents

2020-2021 Pharmacy Residents

Joy Kirby, PharmD, CPh

Current position: Clinical Pharmacist, Memorial Regional Hospital
College of Pharmacy: Palm Beach Atlantic University
Research Project: Evaluation of Proton Pump Inhibitor Use for the Treatment of Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis in Medical Patients


Marlon Paul, PharmD

Current position: Clinical Pharmacist, Memorial Regional Hospital
College of Pharmacy: Mercer University College of Pharmacy
Research Project: Assessing the Adherence of Empiric Antibiotic Order Sets to Optimize Antimicrobial Stewardship in an Acute Care Setting


2019-2020 Pharmacy Residents

Lisa Dang, PharmD, BCPS

Current position: ER Clinical Specialist, Memorial Hospital Pembroke
College of Pharmacy: University of South Florida
Research Project: Evaluation of Procalcitonin Levels in Managing Antimicrobial Therapy in Sepsis Patients at a Community-Based Acute Care Hospital


Katrina Capalla, PharmD

Current position: ER Clinical Pharmacist, Sentara Albemarie Medical Center
College of Pharmacy: Nova Southeastern University
Research Project: Assessing the Impact of Pharmacist Intervention on Patients Admitted for Uncontrolled Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus


2018-2019 Pharmacy Residents

Britney George, PharmD

Current position: Clinical Pharmacist, Hackensack University Medical Center
College of Pharmacy: University of Florida
Research Project: Impact of Pharmacy Services at an Outpatient Cardiology Clinic


Kenny Navarrete, PharmD

Current position: Critical Care/ER Clinical Pharmacist, Sarasota Memorial Hospital Venice
College of Pharmacy: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Research Project: Evaluation of Patients on Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) in a Community Based Setting


2017-2018 Pharmacy Resident

Jacqualine Igwe, PharmD, BCPS

Current position: Accreditation and Quality Coordinator, Specialty Pharmacy Baptist Hospital
College of Pharmacy: Florida A&M University
Research Project: Population Health: Determining the Influence of an Indigent Care Program


2016-2017 Pharmacy Resident

Carolina Gutierrez, PharmD

Current position: Clinical Pharmacist, Baptist Health South
College of Pharmacy: Nova Southeastern University
Research Project: Evaluation of the accuracy of a Sepsis Alert and the Effects on Readmission Rates, Mortality, and Antibiotic Appropriateness


2015-2016 Pharmacy Resident

Andria Brantley, PharmD

Current position: Clinical Pharmacist, Sunshine Health
College of Pharmacy: Florida A&M University
Research Project: Bridging Gaps in Healthcare Through Direct Pharmacist Involvement in Admission, Discharge, and Transitions of Care