Pharmacy Residency

We are proud to offer robust learning experiences that allow residents to develop their own clinical practice and leadership skills. Caring preceptors, multidisciplinary staff, and a diverse patient population make St. Elizabeth an excellent environment to build a foundation for a lifelong pharmacy career.

Come Join Our Team!

Pharmacy Residents are an integral part of our team! Throughout the residency year, residents are expected to gain increasing independence and proficiency in pharmacy practice and specialized areas. Pharmacy Residents contribute to the ongoing advancement of the pharmacy enterprise at St. Elizabeth Healthcare by providing evidence-based patient care, conducting formulary stewardship, and executing research.

For more information on our program please view the following links:

Residency Program Leadership

PGY1 Pharmacy
Residency Program Director

Deanna Fliehman, Pharm.D., BCPS

PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
Residency Program Director

Emma Hatfield Sapp, Pharm.D., BCACP

PGY2 Clinical Pharmacogenomics Pharmacy
Residency Program Director

Josiah Allen, Pharm.D.

PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy
Residency Program Director

Kristina Hesse, Pharm.D., BCOP

Application Information

The St. Elizabeth Healthcare Pharmacy Residency Programs utilize PhORCAS (Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application) for all application submissions. Application Deadline: January 2nd

Pharmacy Services

The Department of Pharmacy at St. Elizabeth Healthcare is committed to being innovative, proactive and accountable for quality patient outcomes by optimizing medication use across the continuum of care.

About St. Elizabeth Healthcare

Home to more than 10,000 associates and a Medical Staff of 1,600+ physicians and advanced practice providers, St. Elizabeth is deeply rooted in the communities in which we serve. Our patients are our family members, friends and neighbors. We come together with our unique backgrounds and expertise to serve our patients, lead our community, and honor our Mission, Vision and Values.

Pharmacy Residents stand outside St. Elizabeth Edgewood