Adrienne Anderson, Pharm.D., BCNSP, BCGP
Dr. Anderson precepts the core Nutrition Support experience. She holds
a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North
Carolina. She then completed her PGY-1 pharmacy residency at James A.
Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa, FL. Dr. Anderson is Board Certified
in Nutrition Support and Geriatrics. Her practice includes the credentialing
of the surgical residents from Florida Atlantic University. She serves
as adjunct faculty at Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine
where she lectures in nutrition support topics to the medical students.
Other interests include immunoglobulin therapy and geriatric polypharmacy.
Kristin Boyar, Pharm.D., BCPS
Dr. Boyar precepts the Infectious Disease elective experience. She earned
her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University. She
co-chairs the Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee, and is an active member
in Infection Prevention, Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Critical Care, and
Sepsis Committees. She also rounds and takes care of patients in the Surgical
Intensive Care Unit. Dr. Boyar is the primary clinical pharmacist that
is responsible for clinical pathways involving Infectious Diseases. She
is Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy. email@example.com.
Michael Carbone, R.Ph, C.Ph.
Michael Carbone is the Pharmacy IV Room and Operations Supervisor. He co-precepts
the General Orientation experience. His emphasis is training residents
in IV room techniques and admixture. He obtained his B.S. Pharmacy from
St. Johns University in Queens, New York. He has had extensive experience
in pharmacy administration as well as direct patient care. Michael also
holds certifications in Lab Ordering and Evaluation from Nova Southeastern
University and training in Investigational Drugs.
Kyle Mains, Pharm.D., BCPS
Dr. Mains is the Clinical Pharmacy Manager and precepts the Project Month
experience. He has been at Boca Raton Regional Hospital for seven years
and has served as OR specialist and operations supervisor before taking
on the Clinical Manager role. Dr. Mains earned his Doctor of Pharmacy
degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University and completed a PGY-1 residency
program at Saint Thomas Hospital West in Nashville, Tennessee. He received
the Boca Raton Regional Hospital employee of the month award in 2014,
being recognized for his dedication and hard work in establishing the
surgical pharmacy service. Dr. Mains is an active member of multiple hospital
and system committees and currently leads the Pharmacy and Therapeutics
Natalie Mella, Pharm.D.
Dr. Natalie Mella is the Surgical Services preceptor at Boca Raton Regional
Hospital. She received her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from the Gregory
School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2017. She then
completed her PGY-1 residency at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Dr. Mella
is an active member of the OR Committee. Her practice includes ensuring
the safe, effective, and timely administration of medications to patients
before, during, and after surgery. Dr. Mella's professional interests
include infectious diseases and cardiology.
Jade Montejo, Pharm.D.
Dr. Jade Diana Montejo is the primary preceptor for the Neurology experience
and Transitions of Care experience. She received her Doctorate of Pharmacy
from the Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University
in 2015. She then completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Boca Raton
Regional Hospital and Academia Certificate Program at Nova Southeastern
University College of Pharmacy. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency,
Dr. Montejo helped establish the Transitions of Care Program at Boca Raton
Regional Hospital where she works in a collaborative setting with attendings
and resident physicians to provide chronic disease management, polypharmacy
consultations, and cost-effective recommendations for uninsured patients
at the Florida Atlantic University Outpatient Clinic affiliated with the
hospital. She also helps facilitate the hospital discharge process by
providing discharge medication reconciliation review and making drug therapy
recommendations to improve patient care and help reduce hospital readmission
rates. Dr. Montejo's professional interests include cardiology, infectious
diseases, diabetes, and academia. She is the primary preceptor for Neurology,
where her practice includes multi-disciplinary rounding with the neurology
attendings and residents. She designs and develops clinical pathways including
medication processes for the Stroke program.
Sigal Nadulek, R.Ph., C. Ph.
Sigal is the Pharmacy Director for the Center of Hematology and Oncology,
part of the Lynn Cancer Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. She
precepts the Outpatient Oncology experience. She earned her Bachelor of
Science in Pharmacy from Long Island University College of Pharmacy in
Brooklyn, New York. Her practice includes the preparation, dispensing,
monitoring, and contracting of chemotherapy and other biological agents.
She supervises the pharmacist-run anemia protocol for erythropoiesis stimulating
agents. She is an active member of the Hematology and Oncology Pharmacy
Jayesh Patel, Pharm.D.
Dr. Patel is the Clinical Informatics Pharmacist and liaison of clinical
pharmacy to all integrated systems at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. He
precepts the Clinical Informatics elective experience. Dr. Patel earned
his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from St. Johns University in Long Island,
New York and holds an ASHP certification in Clinical Informatics. He serves
on all committees involving informatics, maintains pharmacy systems, and
provides clinical and safety data reporting to appropriate committees.
Dr. Patel is integral in assuring all aspects of the pharmacy systems
are functioning to capacity. He is currently pursuing a Master’s
in Public Health degree with emphasis in Informatics.
Stacy Sipple, Pharm.D.
Dr. Sipple precepts the core Inpatient Oncology experience. She obtained
her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Auburn University Harrison School of
Pharmacy. Her practice includes the design of chemotherapy protocols,
formulary selection, and improving the dispensing and administration of
chemotherapy and monoclonal antibodies. She is an active member in the
Tumor Board meetings. Dr. Sipple is also the lead clinical pharmacist
in the area of patient safety in Medical Oncology.
Anju Tulloch, Pharm.D., C.Ph.
Dr. Tulloch co-precepts the core General Orientation experience. She earned
her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Mercer University College of Pharmacy
in Atlanta, Georgia and then completed her PGY-1 pharmacy residency at
the Bay Pines VA Medical Center in St. Petersburg, Florida. She serves
as the Operations Manager for the Department of Pharmaceutical Care. While
overseeing operations, she is an active member in the Medication Safety
Committee. Dr. Tulloch oversees the pharmacists and the technical staff.
Nicolle Waetjen, Pharm.D.
Dr. Waetjen is the Operations Supervisor and co-preceptor of the general
orientation rotation. Dr. Waetjen is both diligent in her pharmacy practice
and committed to the profession. She joined the pharmacy profession in
2015 after seven years of serving as a pharmacy technician and later on
as an intern. She is knowledgeable in both the hospital and community
setting. Dr. Waetjen’s main area of practice is clinical pharmacy
with specialization in Transitions of Care. Other areas of interest include
ambulatory care and cardiology. Prior to joining the team at Boca Raton
Regional Hospital, she attended pharmacy school at Palm Beach Atlantic
University. She then completed her PGY1 residency at Boca Raton Regional
Hospital. During her residency, she worked on various projects involving
patient care and improving HCAHPS. She also worked with a SNF to improve
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