To vote, WMSHP members should fill out the ballot which has been mailed to them. Return the completed ballot via U.S. Mail (postmarked by Nov. 2nd), give it to any Board member, or take it to the November meeting.
Cherie Woodhams is a 1991 graduate of Ferris State University with a Bachelors of Pharmacy degree. She has experience as a staff and clinical pharmacist on Cardiology, Pediatrics, and the Neonatal ICU. In her current position as Pharmacy Educator, she is involved in training and orientation of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. She is also presently on the Advisory Board of Everest Career Training Institute.
Kim Melgarejo is currently a Pharmacy Manager at Borgess Medical Center and Borgess Pipp Hospital. She graduated from West Virginia University with her pharmacy degree and then pursued a pharmacy practice residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital. Soon after her residency she moved to Michigan and has worked at BMC as a clinical pharmacy specialist, clinical pharmacy manager, and now a pharmacy manager. She has been a board member of WMSHP since 2005.
Michelle Brodin graduated in 2003 with a Doctorate in Pharmacy from South Dakota State University. She completed a pharmacy practice residency at Mercy General Health Partners in Muskegon in 2004. Dr. Brodin is currently serving as the Pharmacy Education Coordinator and Residency Program Director at MGHP. She has a passion for clinical pharmacy and has presented numerous at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meetings focusing on clinical advancement of the profession of pharmacy.
Melanie Crain graduated from Ferris State University College of Pharmacy in 2006. She completed her Pharmacy Practice Residency at Saint Mary's Health Care in August 2007, and currently works at Metro Health Hospital as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist.
Adam Drzewicki graduated with his Pharm.D. from the University of Michigan in 2000. After graduation, he completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He then accepted a clinical pharmacist position in cardiology at Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo. Today his position is as a clinical pharmacist in both cardiology and pharmacy system applications.
Andrea Goodrich is a clinical pharmacist at St. Mary's Health Care in Grand Rapids. Andrea received her B.S. in pharmacy from Ferris State University in 2001 and Pharm.D. from Midwestern University in 2006. Andrea currently works on the orthopedics/neurology unit at St. Mary's Hospital. Other professional areas of interests include internal medicine and infectious disease/HIV medication therapy. Andrea has been a member of WMSHP since 2001 and is serving as a committee member for MSHP in 2007. Andrea's professional affiliations also include ACCP, MSHP, and ASHP.
Renee Marana graduated from Ferris State University with her Pharm.D. in 2003. She went on to complete a PGY1 residency at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Upon completion of her residency, she accepted a decentralized pharmacist position on the General Medical and General Care Units at Bronson, where she continues to practice. In the fall of 2006, she became the residency program director for the Bronson residency program. She has also served on the educational committee and currently serves on the residency committee for the Michigan Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Kym Moline works at St Mary's Health Care in Grand Rapids as a clinical pharmacist in the area of Drug Information and Medication Safety. Kym is an adjunct instructor for Ferris and precepts pharmacy externs and residents. She received her B.S and Pharm.D. degrees from Ferris and M.S.A. from Central Michigan University.
Jackie Morse recently completed a community pharmacy practice residency with Meijer, Pfizer and Ferris State University. She currently holds a shared position as Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice with Ferris State University and Disease Management Pharmacist with Meijer Pharmacy in Grandville. Jackie is an active member of ASHP, APhA and currently sits on the Michigan Pharmacists Association's New Practitioner Advisory Committee.
(Incumbent) Sarah Paulson attended Ferris State University and graduated with her Pharm.D. in 2005. She completed a general pharmacy practice residency at Saint Mary's Health Care in 2006. She is currently a clinical pharmacist at Saint Mary's Health Care assisting in coverage of the inpatient orthopedic unit, neurology unit, and inpatient pharmacy. Sarah has been a member of WMSHP since 2005 and has served as a board member since June 2007. She also has membership with ACCP, ASHP, MPA, MSHP, Phi Lambda Sigma, and Lambda Kappa Sigma.
(Incumbent) Bill Kriel worked at Spectrum Health Butterworth for 10 years prior to starting at Saint Mary's Health Care 7 years ago. Bill currently compounds chemotherapy medications and NICU TPNs.
Suzanne Rodgers has been a pharmcacy technician at Borgess Medical Center since February 2005. She graduated in January '05 from Olympia Career Institute with her technician degree. She became a member of WMHSP in '05 and has since attended many CE Dinners. Her outside involvement is with the jail ministry, ministry with community, retention, and nursing home ministry with her local church.