Meet the Preceptors

Andrea Dooley Wood

Preceptor for the cardiovascular diseases and practice management learning experiences

Andrea received her PharmD from the University of Rhode Island, College of Pharmacy. She then completed a Primary Care Pharmacy Practice residency at the Providence Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Rhode Island. Andrea is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP). She has expertise in chronic disease state management in the ambulatory care setting including anticoagulation management, high risk cardiac medication monitoring and heart failure management. Andrea’s research has focused on the areas of pharmacist-led clinics and group medical appointments. Her current position is Clinical Manager of Ambulatory Pharmacy Services.

Courtney Calamia

Preceptor for the primary care, anticoagulation, and population health learning experiences

Courtney received her PharmD from Wilkes University, Nesbitt School of Pharmacy. She completed her Ambulatory Focused PGY-1 residency at the Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center. Currently, Courtney is an ambulatory pharmacist clinician who divides her time between two practice sites: Family Medicine Twin Rose and Lincoln. She is integrated with these practices working with the providers under Collaborate Drug Therapy Management (CDTM) for various disease states including diabetes, hypertension, anticoagulation and COPD. Her interests include diabetes, anticoagulation stewardship, and the importance of continuity of care.

Matthew Eberts

Preceptor for the practice management learning experience

Matt is the Director of Pharmacy & IV Services at Lancaster General Health. He is a past president of the Pennsylvania Society of Health System Pharmacists and Western Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Health System Pharmacists. Matt is also past chair of the Practice Management Section Education Steering Committee of the American Society of Health System Pharmacists. He is also a past member of ASHP’s Commission on Affiliate Relations.

At LG Health he is responsible for pharmacy operations at Lancaster General Hospital, Women & Babies Hospital, affiliated cancer and infusion centers, community pharmacies, and ambulatory pharmacy practices.

Matt has published and presented nationally on a variety of subjects including finance, employee satisfaction and retention, departmental communications, strategy, IV preparation, and FDA issued Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies. He received a doctor of pharmacy degree from Duquesne University, an MBA from Robert Morris University, completed Six Sigma Green Belt Training from Motorola University, was awarded the Jewish Health Care Foundation’s Perfecting Patient Care Grant and is a graduate of the Pharmacy Leadership Institute at Boston University.

Lauren Enser

Preceptor for the primary care and population health learning experiences

Lauren received her PharmD from D'Youville College School of Pharmacy in Buffalo, NY. She subsequently completed her PGY-1 residency at Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy, Shenandoah University/Collaborative Ambulatory Care Clinics. She currently works as an ambulatory clinical pharmacist at three outpatient practices in both downtown and rural Lancaster: Comprehensive Care, Family Medicine Buck, and Walter L. Aument Family Health Center.

Lauren enjoys precepting pharmacy students and residents, working with the family medicine residents, and being involved on several committees at LG Health. Lauren serves as the primary preceptor for the Walter L. Aument ambulatory clinic learning experience.

Chelsea Evry

Preceptor for the anticoagulation and population health learning experiences

Chelsea received her PharmD from the University of the Sciences, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. She then completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at Lancaster General Health. After her residency, Chelsea joined the organization as an ambulatory pharmacist clinician. She primarily practices at the Crooked Oak Pharmacy Services Anticoagulation Clinic. In addition, she coordinates the Medication Therapy Management/Gaps in Care programs.

Erin Fleming

Preceptor for the primary care, endocrinology, and population health learning experiences

Erin gradated with her PharmD from the University of Maryland and completed a pharmacy residency at Lancaster General Health. Prior to obtaining her PharmD, she received her BA in Biology from Hood College and her PhD from Johns Hopkins University in the department of biology, cell, molecular, developmental biology and biophysics in which she focused on the development of small molecular inhibitors for HIV.

Erin’s clinical pharmacy experience includes chronic disease state management in the ambulatory care setting, specifically focusing in diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and asthma. She is also licensed to administer injectable medications, is a certified Medication Therapy Management provider, and is a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP). In addition, she works closely with a comprehensive team to help manage high risk patients and assist them in overcoming psychosocial barriers.

Stacie Johnson

Preceptor for the community pharmacy practice learning experience

Stacie received her BS in Pharmacy from Temple University School of Pharmacy. She has many years of retail pharmacy experience, including pharmacy management. She joined the Lancaster General Health outpatient pharmacy team in December of 2010 as a staff pharmacist, and in January 2013 assumed the supervisor position. During that time, she helped develop a desk side delivery program for employees working off-site and a Meds-to-Beds program. When the Meds-to-Beds program was ready to expand hospital-wide in August of 2017, she transitioned into the Meds-on-the-Move program pharmacist position. She enjoys all aspects of customer service and helping patients transition from hospital to home.

Greta L. Kemmer

Preceptor for the anticoagulation learning experience

Greta graduated with her PharmD from the University Of Florida College Of Pharmacy in 2013, where she was involved in a vigorous three-year advanced learning program with extensive clinical learning experiences. Prior to her doctoral program, Greta received her BS in Pharmacy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science and practiced 14 years as a community pharmacist, dedicating her time to the development of patient care initiatives. Greta is a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist and a certified diabetes educator.

Greta joined Lancaster General Health in 2013 as an Ambulatory Pharmacist Clinician and has been actively involved in the development of ambulatory services for the organization. Greta is the lead pharmacist at the Norlanco Pharmacy Services Clinic where she provides anticoagulation management services and collaborative drug therapy management services for five family medicine practices. Greta is licensed to administer injectable medications and is a certified Medication Therapy Management provider.

Nafisa Khan

Preceptor for the primary care, endocrinology, and population health learning experiences

Nafisa received her Doctor of Pharmacy from St. John’s University in 2008. She completed a post graduate pharmacy residency program at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in New York. Prior to joining LG Health, Nafisa held various clinical pharmacy positions from acute care to ambulatory care settings. Her past positions in the Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Philadelphia Prison has enabled her to have a strong background in the areas of chronic disease management including type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia. .

Kathy Makkar

Preceptor for the cardiovascular diseases learning experience

Kathy received her PharmD from Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, University of the Sciences. She completed a pharmacy practice residency at Mercy Suburban Hospital followed by a cardiology specialty residency at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Kathy holds board certification in cardiology pharmacy and pharmacotherapy. Kathy is actively involved as a cardiology clinical pharmacy specialist, providing a clinical focus on the CHF and mechanical circulatory support patient populations. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Kathy is also coordinator of the residency research program.

Hien T. Nguyen

Preceptor for the primary care, population health, and geriatrics learning experiences

Hien received her PharmD from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, University of the Sciences in 2017. She completed a PGY1 Pharmacy residency at Lancaster General Health and a PGY2 Geriatrics and Academia Pharmacy Residency at Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) and University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy in Asheville. Returning to Lancaster General Health as an Ambulatory Pharmacist Clinician, Hien is involved in promoting geriatrics care in the ambulatory setting. Additionally, other pharmacy areas of interest include osteoporosis/bone health, deprescribing, and mentoring/precepting future generations of pharmacists.

Nga Pham

Preceptor for the hematology/oncology learning experience

Nga received her PharmD from Temple University School of Pharmacy. She completed an Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice residency at Harbor Health Services, Inc. (HHSI) in Boston, Massachusetts. After residency, Nga joined the faculty at Northeastern University with a clinical practice site at HHSI. She joined Lancaster General in 2013, where she serves as a Clinical Oncology Pharmacist. Nga is also on the expert panel for Medscape’s Ask the Expert.

Natalia Tarasiuk

Preceptor for the primary care, anticoagulation, research, and Care Connections learning experiences

Natalia received her PharmD from Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy. She completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency at Lancaster General Health. Subsequently, she completed a PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Practice residency at Cleveland Clinic. Currently, Natalia works as an ambulatory clinical pharmacist dividing her clinical time between two different practices serving the Lancaster community: Care Connections and Downtown Family Medicine. She enjoys precepting both pharmacy and medical residents and serving on various committees throughout the health system. She also serves as the PGY-2 ambulatory care pharmacy residency program director.

Jennifer Walls

Preceptor for the Family Medicine Transitions of Care learning experience

Jennifer is a graduate of Duquesne University, where she received both her Bachelor of Science and Doctorate of Pharmacy degrees. Jennifer completed a PGY-1 residency at the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA and is a board-certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Her experience in clinical pharmacy includes practicing at York Hospital in York, PA for five years as an Internal Medicine Clinical Pharmacist specializing in ambulatory care in the areas of anticoagulation and diabetes. Jennifer also spent several years working in a regional community hospital, the Heart of Lancaster Medical Center in Lititz, PA. She joined Lancaster General Health in 2008 as the Internal Medicine Clinical Pharmacy Specialist and now is the Lead Clinical Specialist for the Pharmacy Department. Her research interests include anticoagulation, diabetes management and transitions of care.

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