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Katlyn Etheridge

Why did I choose to complete a residency?
I choose to continue with my pharmacy career to further develop myself into a pediatric clinical pharmacist. During my PGY-1 I had the opportunity to complete many different pediatric rotations in general pediatrics, PICU, NICU, and pediatric oncology throughout the year which confirmed my passion and desire to complete a PGY-2 in pediatrics. Throughout the course of the next year, I will continue to learn and grow into a well-rounded pediatric pharmacist.

Why did I choose St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital at BayCare?
After being at St Joseph’s when I was a pharmacy student to completing my PGY-1 residency I knew right away that St Joseph’s Children’s Hospital was where I wanted to continue my career. The pediatric team of pharmacist are all very passionate about the specialty area and are amazing preceptors and mentors. St Joseph’s Children’s Hospital offers a broad variety of different rotations that will allow me to be exposed to many different health care professionals and patient populations.  With all of this will allow me to develop my skill set and grow into the pediatric clinical pharmacist I aspire to be.

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