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Combined MS/PGY1/PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration

Nick Gazda

Nick Gazda, PharmD

PGY2 Pharmacy Administration

Moses Cone Memorial Hospital

MS Candidate 2018

Education: Eshelman School of Pharmacy; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (PharmD 2016; MS Candidate 2018)

Hometown: Elon, North Carolina

Residency Research: Implementation of Telepharmacy in Cone Health's Remote eICU/Development of Clinical Pharmacist Productivity Metrics

Practice Interests: Clinical Management, Specialty Pharmacy, Sterile Products, Infectious Disease

Publications: Gazda NP, Ferreri S. Berenbrok L. Comparison of two Medication Therapy Management Practice Models on Return on Investment. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. February 16, 2016 (Epub ahead of print).

Why Residency?: I chose to pursue an administration residency as I believe it was a necessary step in my development to achieve my goals of becoming a health-system pharmacy leader. Cone Health is the perfect practice environment for me as it combines both the benefits of a large teaching hospital and health-system with a community and caring environment. I also sought an administration program that provided residents with a strong clinical foundation and prepared their residents for BCPS certification.


Kenny Kang

Kenny Kang, PharmD

PGY1 Pharmacy Administration

Moses Cone Memorial Hospital

MS Candidate 2019

Education: Eshelman School of Pharmacy; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (PharmD 2017; MS Candidate 2019)

Hometown: Cary, North Carolina

Residency Research: Evaluation of the accuracy of different methods used to calculate ideal body weights in the pediatric population

Practice Interests: Pharmacy Operations, Supply Chain, Health Care Technology, Specialty Pharmacy

Why Residency?: I chose Cone Health because of the people. Everyone in the pharmacy team and the hospital as a whole is always so friendly. People you pass in the hallways have a smile on their face and look happy to be here. I chose the HSPA program at Cone because it is a newer program that gives me the flexibility to mold my experience and help develop the program for the future. The program also provides me a very solid foundation as a clinician during the first year. Furthermore, although this residency is very challenging and time consuming, Cone Health does a great job of supporting you and making sure you can still enjoy yourself outside the work.


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