MGMC Pharmacy Residency

Welcome to MaineGeneral Medical Center's PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency home page.

The MGMC pharmacy department provides many services that help build the skills and abilities of a resident to become a professionally competent clinical pharmacist.

Some of the services our pharmacy department provides are:

  • Anticoagulation monitoring
  • Pharmacokinetics for vancomycin and aminoglycosides
  • Renal dosage adjustment
  • Therapeutic substitutions
  • Cost-saving and cost-reduction recommendations
  • Answering drug information inquires

Our residency program emphasizes proficiency in clinical judgement, care plan development, knowledge of drug information resources, teaching skills and the ability to function as part of a health care team.

Core Rotations

  • Orientation (2 weeks)
  • Internal Medicine I (4 weeks)
  • Internal Medicine II (6 weeks)
  • Oncology (6 weeks)
  • Critical Care (6 weeks)
  • Cardiology (6 weeks)
  • Pharmacy Management, Director of Pharmacy (6 weeks)
  • Pharmacy Management, Clinical Coordinator (6 weeks)
  • Infectious Disease (6 weeks)

Longitudinal Rotations

  • Staffing component: Every other weekend (23 weekends staffed)
  • Residency project (52 weeks)
  • Teaching certificate (52 weeks)
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship (40 weeks)


  • Rachael Elias, Pharm.D
  • Corey Elias, Pharm.D, CACP
  • Andrea Gimpel-Blanchard, Pharm.D
  • Steven Townsend, Pharm.D, BCOP
  • Gregory Wheeler, Pharm.D
  • Ashley Harris, Pharm.D
  • Nicolas Laplante, Pharm.D, BCPS
  • Madeline Archer, Pharm.D

Residency Director

  • Ellie Provisor, Pharm.D

Our program is accredited by the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP).

Residency Salary and Benefits

Our generous salary and benefits package for pharmacy residents includes the following:

Salary & Health Benefits

  • Salary stipend of $52,500
  • Health care plan
    • Health insurance
    • Dental insurance
    • Vision insurance
  • Employee Wellness Program

Other Benefits

  • Life insurance
  • Two weeks paid flex time (includes sick time, paid holidays and pre-approved personal days)
  • Professional liability insurance provided by the MaineGeneral Medical Center
  • Office space and computer access
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Full access to the hospital's medical library
  • Financial support and educational leave for ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting and Eastern States Residency Conference for presentation of project

Residency Requirements and Application

Eligibility Requirements

  • Doctor of pharmacy degree from an accredited school or college of pharmacy
  • Eligible for pharmacist license
  • Must have U.S. employment authorization for the duration of the residency program.

Download/print our residency brochure

How to Apply

  • Submit application materials using PhORCAS (
    • Letter of Intent
    • Transcripts of all college credits
    • Curriculum vitae
    • Three letters of recommendation (from college faculty, rotation preceptors and/or employers)
  • Application deadline: Jan. 3, 2022

Current Pharmacy Residents

Naomi Greenwood, Pharm.D

Naomi Greenwood, Pharm.D, MGMC Pharmacy ResidencyNaomi is from Bridgton, ME and received her Pharm.D from MCPHS University in Manchester, NH. Her interests include oncology, leadership within pharmacy, and being a preceptor to future pharmacists. She hopes to become board certified in pharmacotherapy after completing the residency program.

In her free time, Naomi enjoys visiting her family in North Conway, NH and Massachusetts. She loves animals and has two dogs, two cats and chickens. Naomi completed two APPE rotations at MGMC during pharmacy school and is excited to begin her career here as a PGY-1 resident.

Tyler Bailey, Pharm.D

Tyler Bailey, Pharm.D, MGMC Pharmacy Residency

Tyler grew up in Vassalboro, ME. He received his Pharm.D from the University of New England in Portland, ME. His interests include critical care, cardiology and oncology. He hopes to obtain a board certification in one of his areas of interest after completing the residency program.

In his free time, Tyler enjoys playing golf, skiing and rooting for Boston sports teams. He has worked in the MaineGeneral Pharmacy since 2018 and is excited for the opportunity to continue as a PGY-1 resident.

Pharmacy Residency Alumni


  • Erica Meehan, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Clinical Staff Pharmacist, MaineGeneral Medical Center, Augusta, ME
  • Erin Rogers, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Clinical Pharmacist, Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME


  • Calvin Limberg, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Clinical Pharmacist, Frisbee Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NH
  • Rachel Hanson, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Mercy Hospital, Portland, ME


  • Ellie Hall, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Transitions of Care Pharmacist, Penobscot County Health Care, Bangor, ME
  • Jacqueline Majeski, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Clinical Oncology Pharmacist, Smilow Cancer Hospital, Yale New Haven Health, New Haven, CT


  • Renee Boudreault, Pharm.D, BCPS
    • Current Position: Clinical Pharmacist, Redington-Fairview General Hospital, Skowhegan, ME
  • Nicolas Laplante, Pharm.D, BCPS
    • Current Position: Clinical Oncology Pharmacist, Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care, MaineGeneral Medical Center, Augusta, ME


  • Danielle Dunn, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Oncology Pharmacist, The Woodlands at Houston Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX
  • Ashley White, Pharm.D, BCPS
    • Current Position: Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Med-Surg Pharmacy, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY


  • Erica Wegryzn, Pharm.D
    • Current Position: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Pain Management, Stratton VA Medical Center, Albany, NY
    • PGY2 RPD for Pain and Palliative Care
    • Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Pain Research


  • Jefferson Bohan, Pharm.D, BCPS
    • Current Position: System Infectious Diseases Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Pharmacist, Ochsner Health System, New Orleans, LA
  • Zachariah Logiodice, AAS, Pharm.D, BCPS
    • Current Position: Transitions of Care Pharmacist, Heywood Hospital, Gardner, MA


  • Nathan Cookson, Pharm.D, BCPS
    • Current Position: Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator for Antimicrobial Stewardship, St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, MA
  • Thomas Frail, Pharm.D, BCPS
    • Current Position: Assistant Professor, Husson University School of Pharmacy, Bangor, ME and President / Co-Founder, The Progress of Medicine, LLC, Augusta, ME

MGMC Pharmacy Department

MaineGeneral Medical Center's Pharmacy Department provides state-of-the-art pharmaceutical care throughout the medical center and MaineGeneral pharmacists provide on-site, 24-hour pharmacy coverage for acute care patients.

Distributive services include cabinet-based unit dose medication dispensing, a robotic medication storage and inventory management system and a USP 797 compliant IV room.

Pharmacists oversee dispensing functions in the main pharmacy, as well as maintain decentralized practice in three medical/surgical units, the Critical Care Unit and Maternity and Pediatrics.

Bedside barcode scanning of medications is fully implemented throughout the medical center's inpatient units. A pharmacy medication reconciliation process has been implemented to promote patient and medication safety

MGMC Pharmacy Education Programs

MaineGeneral pharmacists serve as preceptors for APPE pharmacy student rotations in institutional, acute care and ambulatory care oncology for:

  • Albany College of Pharmacy
  • Husson University College of Pharmacy
  • Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University
  • University of New England College of Pharmacy
  • University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy
  • Other colleges as requested

MaineGeneral also provides IPPE pharmacy student rotations for:

  • Husson University College of Pharmacy
  • University of New England College of Pharmacy

Contact Us

Questions? Please contact Residency Program Director Ellie Proviser at