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Katie Duggins, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP
Residency Program Director

katie.duggins@bryanhealth.org

Pharmacy Residency Program Preceptors & Residents

Preceptors

jerome wohleb

Jerome Wohleb, PharmD, MBA, FASHP, FAzPA,

Dr. Wohleb has more than three decades of experience in several areas of pharmacy practice. This experience includes administrative management responsibilities for four health systems over the last 20 years. He currently is on faculty for three local pharmacy universities. Dr. Wohleb graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy and completed his master of business administration from the University of Utah. He is an active ASHP member with a focus on leadership development and clinical practice development. He also is an active state affiliate member, currently serving as network chair for Hospital/Health-Systems for the NPA.

katie duggins

Katie Duggins, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP

Dr. Duggins is a critical care pharmacist in medical/surgical intensive care units, primarily at Bryan East Campus. She also serves as the PGY1 pharmacy residency director. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from Creighton University in 2011. In 2012 she completed her PGY-1 residency at Iowa Health, affiliated with Drake University, in Des Moines. She then completed a PGY-2 critical care residency at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio in 2013. She also serves as an adjunct associate professor for the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions at Creighton University, and has students every year for acute care rotation blocks. She precepts the required medical intensive care unit rotation block and also is the primary preceptor for the pulmonary/critical care and internal medicine elective rotations. Her primary areas of interest are: parenteral nutrition, neurology and infectious diseases/sepsis.

janelle crabbe

Janelle Crabbe, PharmD, BCCP

Dr. Crabbe is a clinical pharmacist who practices primarily in the cardiology units at Bryan East Campus. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center then completed a PGY-1 pharmacy residency at the Omaha VA in 2015. Dr. Crabbe serves as a preceptor for the cardiology intensive care rotation and precepts pharmacy students from Creighton University and UNMC. Her primary areas of interest include cardiology, pulmonary hypertension and anticoagulation.

Kim french

Kim French, PharmD

Dr. French practices in the neonatal intensive care, pediatric, and women’s health units at Bryan East Campus. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from Roseman University of Health Sciences (formerly University of Southern Nevada) in Henderson, Nevada in 2008. Dr. French returned to her home state of Nebraska where she practiced in a variety of settings before finding her passion in pediatrics. Dr. French serves as the primary preceptor for the neonatal intensive care elective and also precepts pharmacy students from both Creighton University and the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Her areas of interest include pediatrics and women’s health.

katie packard

Katie Packard, PharmD, MS, BCPS, AACC

Dr. Packard provides inpatient clinical pharmacy services to patients in the cardiac unit at Bryan Medical Center East Campus and outpatient services at the cardiac rehabilitation clinic at Bryan LifePointe Campus. She also teaches cardiovascular pharmacotherapy and conducts research in many areas of cardiovascular therapeutics, primary prevention, interprofessional education and related disciplines. She received her doctor of pharmacy and master of  pharmaceutical sciences degrees from Creighton University in 2001. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in cardiovascular research at the Cardiac Center of Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Dr. Packard joined the Nebraska Heart Institute in 2003 as director of research. In 2007, she returned to Creighton University as faculty in the department of pharmacy practice.

scott persson

Scott Persson, PharmD, BCPS

Dr. Persson is the clinical manager at Bryan Medical Center and adjunct faculty member at Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, and the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy.  He received a bachelor of science degree in pharmaceutical sciences and a doctor of pharmacy degree from South Dakota State University. Dr. Persson was a clinical pharmacist at Bryan Medical Center Neuro/Trauma ICU for several years, where he served as the critical care team lead before transitioning to the clinical manager. 

aaron pierce

Aaron Pierce, PharmD, BCPS

Dr. Pierce is director of pharmacy at Select Specialty long-term acute care hospital on Bryan West Campus. He received his doctor of pharmacy degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2008. In 2009, he completed a PGY-1 residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. He has worked in a variety of practice settings including being the previous co-preceptor of the internal medicine residency rotation at Bryan Medical Center. His areas of interest include geriatric medication appropriateness and falls, infectious diseases and kidney disease. 

david quach

David Quach, PharmD, MPH, BCPS

Dr. Quach is a clinical pharmacist who practices primarily in the acute care units at both Bryan East Campus and Bryan West Campus. He received his doctor of pharmacy and master in public health degrees from the University of Iowa then completed a PGY-1 pharmacy residency at North Kansas City Hospital in 2018. Dr. Quach serves as a preceptor for the professional service rotations, integrated care rotations and also precepts pharmacy students. His primary areas of interest include oncology and formulary review.

mikayla rageth

Mikayla Rageth, PharmD

Dr. Rageth practices in the neuro/trauma intensive care units, primarily on Bryan West Campus. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from Creighton University in 2014. She completed her PGY-1 Residency in Missoula, Montana at Community Medical Center, affiliated with the University of Montana SKAGGS School of Pharmacy in 2015. She also serves as an assistant clinical professor for the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions for Creighton University and precepts students in the intensive care and internal medicine rotations. She is co-preceptor for the neuro/trauma critical care elective rotation. Dr. Rageth also works as the pharmacist for the Bryan Acute Pain Service. Her primary areas of interest include pain management, trauma and mental health.

 

amy reiner

Amy Reiner, PharmD, BCPS

Dr. Reiner graduated from UNMC College of Pharmacy in 2012. After graduation, she started out as a staff pharmacist at Columbus Community Hospital - a small, community hospital. During her time there, Dr. Reiner had the opportunity to work with patient safety, fall prevention, compounding, patient counseling and clinical review. She eventually found her way to infectious disease and antimicrobial stewardship where she implemented a stewardship program.

Dr. Reiner started working for Bryan Health in 2018. She enjoys working in many areas of the pharmacy, with special interest in critical care and hematology/oncology. Antimicrobial stewardship is still one of Dr. Reiner’s favorite areas of pharmacy practice. She has been a member of the antimicrobial stewardship program since her start at Bryan.

 

megan robinson

Megan Robinson, PharmD, BCPS

Dr. Robinson is a clinical pharmacist who practices primarily in cardiology units at Bryan East Campus. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from Creighton University, then completed a PGY-1 pharmacy residency at Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 2018. Dr. Robinson serves as a preceptor for the professional service rotation, cardiology intensive care rotation and also precepts pharmacy students from Creighton University and UNMC. Her primary areas of interest include cardiology, medication reconciliation and anticoagulation.

 

chaundra sewell

Chaundra Sewell, PharmD, BCPS

Dr. Sewell practices in the neonatal intensive care, pediatric and women’s health units at Bryan East Campus. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Wyoming and went on to complete a PGY1 residency in Missoula, Montana at Community Medical Center in partnership with the University of Montana. She serves as co-preceptor with Dr. French for the neonatal intensive care unit, and women’s and children’s health rotations. Her other areas of interest include emergency medicine, informatics and pain management.

 

nancy sloan

Nancy Sloan, PharmD

Dr. Sloan is a clinical pharmacist who practices primarily in the acute care units at both Bryan East Campus and Bryan West Campus. She received her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and completed a general pharmacy residency at the Nebraska Medical Center. She has worked in a variety of practice settings and served as preceptor for students and residents at the University of Alabama Birmingham, M.D. Anderson Hospital, The New York Hospital, the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, and Regional West Medical Center Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Her primary areas of interest include anticoagulation, formulary review and process improvement.

 

kevin sponsel

Kevin Sponsel, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP

Dr. Sponsel is the infectious disease clinical pharmacy specialist at Bryan Health, where also serves as co-director of the Bryan Antimicrobial Stewardship Program. Originally from Plato, Missouri, Dr. Sponsel earned a bachelor’s degree in biology at the University of Missouri and a doctor of pharmacy degree from Mercer College of Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia. He completed his PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Emory Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia and his PGY-2 Infectious Disease Residency at Franciscan St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana.

jeff weber

Jeff Weber, PharmD

Dr. Weber was the residency program director for the PGY-1 program at Bryan Medical Center from 2015-2018. Dr. Weber’s current areas of interest include medication safety, anticoagulation, formulary development, teaching and internal medicine. He is an active ASHP member, currently serving on ASHP’s Medication Safety Section Advisory Group. Dr. Weber graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy, and completed a residency at the Phoenix Veterans Administration. He previously was a full-time faculty member at the University of Houston College of Pharmacy; a critical care specialist at Memorial Hermann in Houston, and a clinical manager at Bryan Medical Center for 15 years.


Residents

nikki owen

Nikki Owen, PharmD

Education & Residency Project:

  • Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Class of 2019
  • Bryan Health Residency, Class of 2020
  • Residency Project: Implementation of a venous thromboembolism prophylaxis protocol for traumatic brain injury patients.
marysa wilson

Marysa Wilson, PharmD

Education & Residency Project:

  • University of Nebraska Medical Center, Class of 2019
  • Bryan Health Residency, Class of 2020
  • Residency Project: Extended-infusion versus intermittent-infusion cefepime in the treatment of microbiologically-confirmed infections. This study will evaluate the impact of extended infusions of cefepime on when compared with traditional intermittent infusions. Outcomes include rates of clinical cure, ICU length of stay, duration of mechanical ventilation, hospital readmission rates, and development of drug resistance and secondary superinfection.  
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