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Residency graduates

We are proud to spotlight some of the residents who have come through our program and gone on to do great things in medicine.

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We are proud to spotlight some of our residents who have come through our program and gone on to do great things in medicine.

Class of 2022

Gabrielle Arceo, PharmD

Dr. Gabrielle Arceo received her PharmD from the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy in Oxford, Mississippi. Her clinical interests include internal medicine and pediatrics. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Arceo accepted a clinical pharmacist position at Dell Children's Medical Center in Austin, Texas.

Laura Comalander, PharmD

Dr. Laura Comalander is originally from Fairhope, Alabama. She received her PharmD from Auburn University's Harrison School of Pharmacy. Her clinical interests include emergency medicine, internal medicine, and academia. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency at HCA Florida West Hospital, Dr. Comalander accepted a position as a clinical pharmacist at HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital. Her future plans include obtaining board certification and precepting pharmacy interns.

Caitlin Sacco, PharmD

See preceptor section for details

Class of 2021

Caitlin Bowman, PharmD

See preceptor section for details

Devan Rockwell, PharmD

Dr. Devan Rockwell earned her PharmD from the Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University after completing her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Rockwell went on to further her education with a PGY2 in ambulatory care at USA Health Physicians Groups in Mobile, Alabama.

Class of 2020

Kristen Seaux, PharmD

Dr. Kristen Seaux received her PharmD from the University of Louisiana Monroe College of Pharmacy. Her clinical interests include infectious disease and critical care. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Seaux accepted a clinical pharmacist position at a community hospital in Alexandria, Louisiana.

Meena Manepalli, PharmD

Dr. Meena Manepalli earned her PharmD from the University of Florida after completing her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Florida State University. Her professional interests include oncology, infectious diseases and emergency medicine. During her PGY1 residency, Dr. Manepalli completed the Teaching and Learning Certificate program and a longitudinal research project on opioid use disorder. Dr. Manepalli currently works as an oncology clinical pharmacist at Baptist Health South Florida.

Class of 2019

Deven Dunlop, PharmD

Dr. Deven Dunlop earned his PharmD from Florida A&M University after completing his undergraduate courses at the University of West Florida. His professional interests include infectious diseases, emergency medicine and critical care. Upon completion of his PGY1 residency, Dr. Dunlop re-located to California where he is now a director of pharmacy.

Madeline Tompkinson, PharmD

Dr. Madeline Tompkinson is a clinical pharmacist who received her PharmD from the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, following a BS in Chemistry from the University of Arizona. Dr. Tompkinson completed her PGY1 pharmacy residency at HCA Florida West Hospital in 2019 and stayed on as a clinical pharmacist; in July 2022, she re-located and accepted a clinical pharmacist position at HCA Lone Peak Hospital in Draper, Utah.

Class of 2018

Emily Bilas, PharmD, BCPS

See preceptor section for details

Kristen Woodberry, PharmD

Dr. Kristen Woodberry earned her PharmD from Florida A&M University after completing her Bachelor of Science in Biology at University of Georgia. Upon finishing her PGY1 residency, she stayed on at HCA Florida West Hospital as a clinical pharmacist and earned MAD-ID certification from the Advanced Antimicrobial Stewardship Training Program. She recently accepted a position at HCA Florida North Florida Hospital to be closer to family.

Class of 2017

Teng Eduardo, PharmD

Dr. Teng Eduardo received her PharmD from LECOM School of Pharmacy (Erie) after receiving her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing at the University of Central Florida. Her professional interests include internal medicine and ambulatory care. She enjoys direct patient interaction and empowers her patients. Dr. Eduardo moved to central Florida and is employed as a full-time clinical pharmacist at another HCA Healthcare facility.

Megan Graham, PharmD

Dr. Megan Graham received her PharmD from Florida A & M University after completing undergraduate courses at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Florida. Her professional interests include rehabilitative medicine with a focus on geriatric patients, emergency medicine and academia. Post-residency, Dr. Graham moved back to Panama City to pursue a full-time clinical pharmacist position at another HCA Healthcare hospital.

Class of 2016

Maria Bondar, PharmD

Dr. Maria Bondar is originally from Atlanta and completed undergraduate courses at the University of Georgia. She later earned her PharmD from University of Georgia College of Pharmacy in Athens, Georgia. Following completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Bondar accepted a full-time clinical pharmacist position in Georgia. Dr. Bondar is currently seeking her board certification in pharmacotherapy.

Glenn Grantner, PharmD

Dr. Glenn Grantner received his PharmD from the University of Florida (St. Petersburg) after completing his undergraduate studies at the University of West Florida here in Pensacola. Upon completion of his PGY1 residency, Dr. Grantner accepted a position as a clinical pharmacist at a local hospital in Pensacola. Dr. Grantner has achieved his board certification in pharmacotherapy and MAD-ID certification post-residency.

Class of 2015

Melissa Padgett, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP

See Residency Program Director section for details

Letha Huang

Dr. Letha Huang completed her PGY1 residency at West Florida Hospital in June of 2015, followed by a PGY2 Pediatric Residency at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital in Indianapolis. Since the completion of her PGY2, Dr. Huang has been a pediatric cellular therapy and hematology/oncology clinical pharmacist specialist at Advent Health in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Huang received board certification in pediatrics and in August 2020 became the PGY2 Pediatric Residency Program Director at Advent Health for Children.

Class of 2014

Lauren Martino

Dr. Martino completed her PGY1 residency at HCA Florida West Hospital in June of 2014. After graduating, she stayed on and continues to work at the hospital as a pro re nata (PRN) clinical pharmacist. She returned home to Mississippi to take on a role as a full time clinical pharmacist in a community hospital in Biloxi, Mississippi. She has also achieved a personal goal of becoming a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist.

Lauren Miller Kretz

Dr. Kretz completed her residency in June of 2014. After successfully finishing her residency, Dr. Kretz moved to Ohio to assume the role of a clinical pharmacist at a community hospital.

Class of 2013

Eleanor Bituin

Following the completion of her PGY1 Residency, Dr. Bituin, joined the staff of HCA Florida West Hospital as a clinical pharmacist in June of 2013. She remained an integral part of our clinical pharmacy services, becoming chair of the hospital's Medication Safety Committee and a preceptor for our Adult Internal Medicine rotation. During the summer of 2015, Dr. Bituin moved to Alaska with her family. She is currently practicing as clinical pharmacist in Alaska.

Carmen Russell, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP

See preceptor section for details

Class of 2012

Deanna Fernandes

After completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Fernandes, has completed a one-year geriatric fellowship with the University of Miami and the Miami VA. Dr. Fernandes then went on to pursue a PGY2 residency in psychiatry at the VA in Gainesville, Florida. She is currently working at the VA in Gainesville as an ambulatory care pharmacist with a focus on psychiatric care.

Shane Chordas, BCPS

After completion of his PGY1 residency, Dr. Chordas worked as a full-time clinical pharmacist at the hospital until the summer of 2015. While here, Dr. Chordas was a lead preceptor for many residency program learning experiences and led many of the clinical pharmacy initiatives with the pharmacy clinical manager; he also achieved his BCPS and MAD-ID advanced certificates, while acting as one of our lead antimicrobial stewardship pharmacists. To advance his career even further, Dr. Chordas accepted a position as the director of pharmacy at a local hospital in Pensacola.