PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency

This residency program was established in conjunction with the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) School of Pharmacy. The 12-month American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) accredited PGY-1 program offers the resident a robust experience through seven core rotations along with a broad range of elective opportunities. The purpose of the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital PGY-1 Residency is to develop pharmacists with advanced knowledge and skills essential for them to function as an integral member of the health care team. Though our affiliation with SIUE School of Pharmacy we offer more than fifteen unique learning experiences; thus allowing the resident flexibility to individualize their training.

Required learning experiences include: Operational Pharmacy Practice, Drug Information, Internal Medicine & Advanced Internal Medicine, Administration, Medication Safety and Ambulatory Care. Ambulatory Care experiences are longitudinal and may be selected from VA and non-VA chronic disease state management clinics.

Elective rotations available include but are not limited to Cardiology, Oncology, Mental Health, Pain and Palliative Care, Pediatrics, Infectious Disease, Informatics and Emergency Medicine.

Teaching Activities and Certificate Teaching activities are incorporated throughout the residency. The residents precept pharmacy students during the clinical rotations, provide seminars to the Saint Louis University Family Medicine physicians and present continuing education programs. To enhance the resident’s learning experience, a teaching certificate is offered through the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy. Through focused on-line instruction, leading of small-group discussions and presentation of didactic lectures at SIUE, the residents are provided a foundation of educational principles and the opportunities to apply them in various practice settings.

Visit our page on the ASHP site for more information.

St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Residency participates in the PhORCAS program and the required documents include curriculum vitae, letter of intent, official college transcripts, and three letters of reference accompanied with the ASHP residency application recommendation request form.

*Please note that this position will not provide visa sponsorship.


Meet our PGY-1 Residents

Shannon Hindahl, PharmD
Hometown: Carthage, Illinois

Dr. Hindahl earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville School of Pharmacy in 2013 where she will also serve as an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Pharmacy Practice. Dr. Hindahl is St. Elizabeth's first non-traditional resident, and splits her time between working overnights as a staff pharmacist and the clinical pharmacy residency. Her current areas of interest include psychiatry, geriatrics, transitions-of-care, and pain/palliative care. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, trivia,attending live music events, and spending time with her husband, two stepdaughters, and three cats. She hopes one day to be a contestant on Jeopardy.

Amanda Daniels, PharmD
Hometown: O’Fallon, IL

Dr. Daniels earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy (SIUE-SOP). In addition to her clinical pharmacy residency, Dr. Daniels is an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Pharmacy Practice at SIUE-SOP. Her practice areas of interest include pain and palliative care, cardiology, and ambulatory care. Outside of pharmacy, she enjoys playing sand volleyball, listening to live music, and spending time with her dog.



Emily Pettit, PharmD
Hometown:  St. Louis, MO

Dr. Pettit earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Atlanta, Georgia, in May 2008. Prior to arriving at St. Elizabeth’s in 2013, she worked in various pharmacy positions in South Georgia. Dr. Pettit is participating in the non-traditional residency program and rotates her time between the clinical pharmacy residency and her position as overnight staff pharmacist.  She also serves as an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Pharmacy Practice at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville School of Pharmacy.  Her areas of interest include pediatrics, internal medicine, emergency medicine, and critical care. Outside of the pharmacy, she cherishes time with her husband, infant son, and Australian Cattle Dog.

Kourtney Brammeier, PharmD
Hometown:  Oakdale, Illinois

Dr. Brammeier earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from St. Louis College of Pharmacy in May of 2016. As a current post graduate year one pharmacy resident, her goals are to expand her clinical knowledge and improve patient care.  Her current areas of interest are broad and include infectious diseases, internal medicine, critical care, and ambulatory care. In addition to her pharmacy practice residency, Dr. Brammeier serves as an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Pharmacy Practice at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville School of Pharmacy.  In her free time, Dr. Brammeier enjoys reading science fiction novels, taking walks, and spending time with her friends and family.

 


For more information, interested candidates may contact:

Dawn M. Dankenbring, PharmD, BCPS
Clinical Pharmacy Manager
PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program Director

HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital
211 South Third Street, Belleville, IL 62220
Ph. 618-234-2120, Ext. 1313
dawn.dankenbring@hshs.org